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Bumbastik

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  1. WinPe 4 uefi mode on usb key

    Hello , yes right .. echo format fs=fat32 label="WinPE" quick >> "%DISKPARTSCRIPT%" Bye AnyB
  2. WinPe 4 uefi mode on usb key

    Hello Guys , all the specs are confirmed UsbKey -> Fat32 +WinPe 4 x64 -> Works fine UsbKey -> Fat32 +WinPe 4 x32-> Doesn't work UsbKey -> NTFS +WinPe 4 x32-> Doesn't work UsbKey -> NTFS +WinPe 4 x64-> Doesn't work How to build WinPe 4 Uefi mode - start with admin privilege DandISetEnv.bat - run copype.cmd amdx64 x\yourforlder - mount -> customize and commit your boot.wim present inside media/sources/boot.wim - copy ALL the content of the media folder on the root of your usb key Fat 32 That 's all ...enjoy BRs AnyB.
  3. WinPe 4 uefi mode on usb key

    Hello , i will try and we will clarify all dubts ...as usual Official info should be file system fat or fat32 and WinPe x64 version Bye AnyB
  4. WinPe 4 uefi mode on usb key

    Hi Guys , i made progress .... @ Tripredacus boot from fat /fat32 should be a UEFI spec /requirement @ Johnhc Probably i found the solution but i need to test my usbkey and if work fine i will post here the steps for other guys Bye AnyB .
  5. WinPe 4 uefi mode on usb key

    Hi Johnhc , thanks so much for you prompt answer , My question is a bit different , I'm trying to build an usbkey ( fat\fat32) with uefi structure and WinPe4 BRs Bumbastik
  6. WinPe 4 uefi mode on usb key

    Hi Guys , i have a quick question for you ...Is possible create a bootable usbkey with WinPe4 IN UEFI mode ? I'm trying to search this info but without success . Thanks so much in advance for your input . BRs AnyB.
  7. WinPE 2.0 simple Ghost Menu HTA

    YES , i confirm that all work fine with WinPe 3.0 environment Bye AnyB.
  8. Hi guys, I have a quick question for you . Is possible create a wim file with imagex or dism and protect it with a password ? Thank so much for your help Bumbastik
  9. Deploy Linux from within WinPE / WDS?

    HIi , you can see here http://www.deployvista.com/Home/tabid/36/E...US/Default.aspx Bye
  10. Multi Boot and TFTP32

    Hi , I have tried but the result is the same -- > desn't work This is my script ( 2 items ) Rem Creates BCD (boot configuration data) for three Windows PE 2.0 images set BCD-File=c:\PXEServer\Tftproot\Boot\BCD del %BCD-File% Bcdedit /createstore %BCD-File% Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /create {ramdiskoptions} /d "Ramdisk options" Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /set {ramdiskoptions} ramdisksdidevice boot Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /set {ramdiskoptions} ramdisksdipath \boot\boot.sdi for /f "tokens=1-3" %%a in ('Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /create /d "WinPE x86" /application osloader') do set guid1=%%c Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /set %guid1% systemroot \Windows Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /set %guid1% detecthal Yes Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /set %guid1% winpe Yes Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /set %guid1% osdevice ramdisk=[boot]\Boot\winpe_x86.wim,{ramdiskoptions} Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /set %guid1% device ramdisk=[boot]\Boot\winpe_x86.wim,{ramdiskoptions} BCDedit /store c:\PXEServer\TFTPRoot\Boot\BCD /set %guid1% description "WinPe1" for /f "tokens=1-3" %%a in ('Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /create /d "WinPE x86 2" /application osloader') do set guid2=%%c Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /set %guid2% systemroot \Windows Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /set %guid2% detecthal Yes Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /set %guid2% winpe Yes Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /set %guid2% osdevice ramdisk=[boot]\Boot\winpe_x86_2.wim,{ramdiskoptions} Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /set %guid2% device ramdisk=[boot]\Boot\winpe_x86_2.wim,{ramdiskoptions} BCDedit /store c:\PXEServer\TFTPRoot\Boot\BCD /set %guid2% description "WinPe2" Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /create {bootmgr} /d "Windows VISTA BootManager" Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /set {bootmgr} timeout 60 Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /set {bootmgr} displayorder %guid1% %guid2% Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /enum all I have an error C:\PXEServer>Bcdedit /store c:\PXEServer\Tftproot\Boot\BCD /set {bootmgr} displayorder {d4c3277e-af2e-11dd-83c2-0002b3cc4b18} {d60c2c02-af2e-11dd-83c2-0002b3cc4b18} [b]An error occurred while attempting to reference the specified entry. The system cannot find the file specified.[/b] C:\PXEServer>Bcdedit /store c:\PXEServer\Tftproot\Boot\BCD /enum all Windows Boot Loader ------------------- identifier {d4c3277e-af2e-11dd-83c2-0002b3cc4b18} device ramdisk=[boot]\Boot\winpe_x86.wim,{ramdiskoptions} description WinPe1 osdevice ramdisk=[boot]\Boot\winpe_x86.wim,{ramdiskoptions} systemroot \Windows detecthal Yes winpe Yes Windows Boot Loader ------------------- identifier {d60c2c02-af2e-11dd-83c2-0002b3cc4b18} device ramdisk=[boot]\Boot\winpe_x86_2.wim,{ramdiskoptions} description WinPe2 osdevice ramdisk=[boot]\Boot\winpe_x86_2.wim,{ramdiskoptions} systemroot \Windows detecthal Yes winpe Yes Setup Ramdisk Options --------------------- identifier {ramdiskoptions} description Ramdisk options ramdisksdidevice boot ramdisksdipath \boot\boot.sdi Now If I run tftp32 the system return a BCD error 2 test - Run CreateBCD.cmd ( original file ) - Create a second cmd file only for change ID BCDedit /store c:\PXEServer\TFTPRoot\Boot\BCD /set {453c05f8-af1a-11dd-83c2-0002b3cc4b18} description "WinPe1" BCDedit /store c:\PXEServer\TFTPRoot\Boot\BCD /set {467b8114-af1a-11dd-83c2-0002b3cc4b18} description "WinPe2" Run Tftpd 32 and client . In this case Winpe works fine but I have the menu with identical items - Ram Option - Ram Option Any Suggstion Thanks a lot Ciao Bumbastik
  11. Multi Boot and TFTP32

    Hi Jaclaz , no problem , here my little how to : I following your link -> http://www.deployvista.com/Default.aspx?ta...&EntryID=27 1) Create your server structure and - create your wim1 image - create your wim2 image - create your wim3 image 2 ) Install and configure your TFTPD32 server 3 ) Create your BCD file with CreateBCD3.cmd ( cut & past ) - copy CreateBCD3.cmd in the C:\PXEServer folder - copy bcdedit.exe - Run CreateBCD3.cmd Now you have new BCD file in the c:\PXEServer\TFTPRoot\Boot 4 ) Run your TFTPD32 server and boot the client Wow works fine But we have a menu' with 3 identical ites - Ramdisk Option - Ramdisk Option - Ramdisk Option If you change this parameter in to CreateBCD3.cmd from Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /create {ramdiskoptions} /d "Ramdisk options" to Bcdedit /store %BCD-File% /create {ramdiskoptions} /d "WinPE" Now you have menu' with 3 items - WinPe - WinPe - WinPe I would change this menu' !! For example - Winpe1 - Winpe2 - Winpe3 Any suggestion Ciao Ciao Bumbastik
  12. Multi Boot and TFTP32

    HI , ok now all works fine !!! I can boot two different WinPe 2.0 ( with a menu' ) an only session of TFTPD32 But I have another little problem . When I see the menu' item this has the identical name On my example -Ramdisk Option -Ramdisk Option If possible change this menu' ? For example - WinPe 1 - WinPe 2 Thanks a Lot Bumbastik
  13. Multi Boot and TFTP32

    HI Jaclaz , thanks a lot for your suggestions I will try next time Ciao Ciao Bumbastik
  14. Multi Boot and TFTP32

    Hi guys , I have a question for you . I have 2 differents version of BartPe and 2 different version of WinPe 2.0 . If I use TFTPD32 with a single " image " ( BartPe or WinPe ) all works fine . But I don't know the way for use with TFTPD32 and a menu for select an "image" to run . Can you help me with example o link ? Thanks for your collaboartions Bumbastik
  15. Diskpart question !

    Hi Thanks for your fast answer !! Can you post any example ? My WinPe version is 2.0 Thank a lot for your help AnyB
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