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  1. I've used WinBuilder (Win8.1SE v82) to build a custom PE/RE multiboot USB and I've added 4 ISOs to it and installed grub4dos (tried with bootice as well as RMPrepUSB), however I cannot get certain ISOs to boot as they hang at: (hd0,0) FAT12 BPB found with 0xEB (jmp) leading the boot sector. probed C/H/S = 80/2/18, probed total sectors = 2880 I've searched for hours on Google, however I can't find anything that references the cause of this. I'm getting this error with a custom repair iso, and gparted (most recent amd64) is hanging, eventually kicking back to bootloader command line after ~5min or so. PartedMagic (most recent from 2015.05.04) boots fine, as does the Comodo Rescue ISO. The Win8.1SE build is setup to boot to BCD with an option for Win8.1SE, WinRE, and grub4dos. Grub4dos then has several entries, 4 of which are ISOs added during the build. All menu.lst entries are mapped to (hd32), which would be right for a CD and I was curious if this would be the cause of the issue since it's a flash drive. I've tried partitioning the flash drive every which way, both through Win8.1SE and RMPrepUSB, but I can't seem to get gparted and the custom recovery iso, which contains both dos and linux utilities, to boot.
  2. With Windows XP finally reaching what is essentially a finalized state, I'd like to put together a "Final" CD for usage on old computers. So the challenge is, how can I shove XP Pro, Home, and Media Center onto a single CD (650 MB, 700 if you wanna push it), along with the latest updates(ideally OnePiece packs, perhaps minus Windows Search). I'd also prefer it if I could at least get Mass Storage and LAN drivers onto the CD, with WLAN drivers being an added bonus. Finally, I'd like to add in MrSmartyPant's OEM Activation to the XPs, for legal activation purposes only. Since WinNTSetup recently added support for XP from a WIM, I'm thinking it may be a good solution for compression. However, I'm not sure if it'll make up for the cost of throwing a PE onto the disc. Anyway, does anyone have any ideas how we can get all that onto a single disc?
  3. Hi, FAQ: Is there a way to bring the with YUMI http://www.pendrivelinux.com/yumi-multiboot-usb-creator/ created Multiboot-USB-Flash-Drive-Content (= different Linux ISOs, Hiren's CD, Windows Install) on my internal Partition/Harddrive, to boot from there too? thx
  4. Windows 8 Boot info

    hello, I was trying to capture boot sector info to change my win8.1PE from a usb bootable to a iso. Not sure which file is the boot sector, or if it is multiple files. Can someone please shed some light on the windows 8 boot process? thanks
  5. Hi there, just try to use grub4dos and mkisofs to make my nlite-compiled XP-CD multiboot-ready. Problem: The Grub4Dos of the boot-record is looking for /menu.lst (written in lowercase!) but all files on the DVD appear in uppercase. Maybe this is because of some ISO9660-standard. Anybody knows what do I have to change to allow lowercase-filenames? Right now, the DVD is ISO9660+Joliet3. I'm sure grub4dos and/or mkisofs need some specific dvd-format at early state of boot-process. Propably grub4dos' search for menu.lst is hardcoded in the boot-record and not editable.
  6. Hope you find this useful... An easy2boot USB drive will boot most linux ISO files just by copying over the linux iveCD ISO files. To add a Win98SE Install ISO, you need to delete all unnecessary folders and rename the ISO file to have the .isoDOS01 file extension. You can then boot directly from the USB drive and choose the Win98SE ISO from the menu. For more details see here. The same principle should work for most DOS-based Install ISOs (as long as you keep the files numbers down by pruning!).
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