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About BeatZero

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    Creator of Win98LiveCD
  • Birthday 09/05/1975

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  1. hello xper Congratulations on the new look forun, very nice! Let me relate a few things I noticed ... - Does not show the images in posts (from - Is taking a long long time to load pages - Error when trying "Rate this topic" -> [# 10,345] You do not have permission to rate this topic. - Error in "Vote up this topic" -> Action failed: You have reached your quota of positive votes for the day 'll keep browsing, finding something else I report here in this topic Good work" BeatZero
  2. Upadate 11/02/2010 *Completely removed VDK, now with the BFI - thanks jaclaz! *For Windows98/ME users With some changes in scripts and the removal of the VDK, the WinBuilder + Win98Livecd Project can be generated from a computer running Windows 98/ME + KernelEX *Download here Size: 26MB *New topic BeatZero
  3. far as I can understand this happening usb driver incompatibility. USB drivers who are in the project are NUSB 3.3e you can also try to compile win98livecd without NUSB to see what happens and also have not tested booting from USB Disk, CDROM only (but I'll get there) support for USB were implanted recently, has a lot to improve it still here has been tested in some 20 different computers and worked all ... "not all computer with USB keyboard/Mouse" install a PS2 mouse or keyboard to access the device manager and verify that all USB drivers are installed correctly pls, let me know the computer you are using,, be able to describe for me to research something about it can be useful. you tried to burn to a CD/CDRW, and boot from the cdrom? Referring to the win98 version in English, not have any problem because I have win98 in English "I have little experience with Windows 98 + USB devices, maybe some member of MSFN can suggest something"
  4. I am already reviewing that failed to install the drivers, adding to the scripts that lacked these files You can try the following; get the Windows 98 CDROM, ""; extract "EC.SYS" and "Battc.sys" Then go to the root directory of WinBuilder and paste "EC.SYS" and "Battc.sys" in "Work\WIN98" dir if you have drivers for your computer, type the network card, SCSI controllers, you can try to put inside the superfloppy, they must be uncompressed (*.inf *.sys *.pdr etc...) in "Work\WIN98" dir Run the Winbuilder and compile only script superfloppy by clicking on this 'small green arrow'. Then copy the "TEMP\WIN98" file WIN98.IMG back inside the "Win98" folder of your PENDRIVE, replace it boot from pendrive and see if everything worked ... wait for feedback BeatZero
  5. @gothku for this to work, would have to rewrite the script BASE Win98LiveCD, and the image would increase to 50MB, I recommend you use the version in English.. BeatZero
  6. Sorry, but does not work with the Chinese version of Windows 98. This version has a better structure of files different from the others, in addition to 5 FONTS, so that they have a size of about 25mb
  7. but I'm finding a problem, I can not inject a folder within the image and that image contains the folders. WIN98, and DOS ... Can be solved if I rewrite my scripts and make all files will be at the root of superfloppy ... BeatZero
  8. @jaclaz you aware of any program from the command line able to edit / insert files from one disk images (.IMG, .IMA) without having to mount this image? some programs that I tested did not work, because this is a superfloppy image (16MB) and those editing programs recognized this floppy image with disk error Another tried and it worked very well until it was Winimage-8, but not free wanted to eliminate the VDK and IMDISK .. this way you can run the WinBuilder from computers running Windows 98/ME *********EDIT********* I found this: FREE the first tests that he did this to add files to superfloppy image correctly, I will now create a script for WinBuilder! BeatZero
  9. Well, no, at least for Qemu. It depends on versions and settings. I briefly tested it with Qemu Manager 6 and it seemed like working mostly fine (with some issue depending on the chosen video card). Unfortunately the Qemu Manager site is down right now. Qemu Manager V. 6 should be available here:;category=66 Qemu 0.11.1 has an unofficial supprt thread for Win98: Binary here: jaclaz of all versions of experiments that this was the only one that worked: Qemu Manager V. 6 but presented an uncomfortable situation, to emulate from the iso image, Windows not recognize the driver cdrom, only kept the driver cdrom loaded from the msdos, crashing the long file names (LNF) and many of programs that are there are unusable ... But if I burn this iso image to a CD, and select this CD into my drive, it works beautifully! This I do not blame Qemu is not the windows 98, I think it should be a deficiency in Win98LiveCD during the hardware detection. Lots of caffeine and long working hours that can be corrected
  10. with qEmu, VirtualBox or MobaLiveCD not emulate this correctly the Win98LiveCD, for this reason I even removed the qEmu script ... experiments the Virtual PC or vmware player... work fine! VMWare Player-> MS Virtual PC 2007-> BeatZero
  11. @gothku download this script and replace it by another "%basedir%\projects\WIN98LIVECD\Finish\1 Create Image\" 01_SuperFloppy_Image.7z this script need to have IMDISK installed on your computer, or download it here: BeatZero
  12. @gothku This is because the virtual drive "M:\" was not loaded, "VDK.EXE". -check the letter "M'' is available on your system, if not, change to another letter in the "Finish\1 Create Image\01-SuperFloppy Image.Script. try restarting your computer ... I also noticed that other projects based on that use WinBuilder vdk.exe, this can cause I now run this project on another XP machine .... 'm here and I look forward feedback BeatZero
  13. It is this method that I use here, but a LiveCD is designed to run on several computers, creating a larger ramdisk, I will execute them problems on computers with little RAM (128, 256). In this case, I'll edit the AUTOEXEC.BAT and CONFIG.SYS with boot screen options for computers with 1gb, 2gb or more, then starting the livecd with pre-defined RAmdisk size
  14. the method I adopted was that the Win98LiveCd Himemx.exe used in place of HIMEM.SYS system.ini config.sys this was how I used in my project, and this works perfectly, however the tab of System Properties, always displays this number: 1152,0MB RAM I am very interested in this information, because I have plans to create a LiveCD for Win95 thank's
  15. ok .. There is already a topic on this, forgive me for repeating