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JFX

WinNTSetup v3.8.7.4

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jaclaz    927

It looks like a nice tool. :thumbup

And it shouldn't be dedicated to "USB only", if I am not mistaken. :unsure:

Let's hope that whoever tests it will be so kind as to (please read as "anyone testing it please do") provide - for the benefit of the less expereinced users - some details on the various available options, and their usage.

Usual bothering request to the developer :blushing: :

  • Any chance that it will ever support command line? (or provide a pre-set in the form of a .ini file?) :whistle:

jaclaz

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JFX    63

And it shouldn't be dedicated to "USB only", if I am not mistaken. :unsure:

Well, you right, not the most correct forum section

Let's hope that whoever tests it will be so kind as to (please read as "anyone testing it please do") provide - for the benefit of the less expereinced users - some details on the various available options, and their usage.

hmm, yeah i could add tool tip/balloons for every check box

Thanks for reminding about the ini file :) Added to first Post

More command line options could be added, if requested.

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lama    0

Thanks for the link @ reboot.pro wonko, but, how come this v 2.0 was not even mentioned by original creator? Excuse me but,...Did i missed the part where JFX became "was_JFX" there? :huh:

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jaclaz    927

Thanks for the link @ reboot.pro wonko, but, how come this v 2.0 was not even mentioned by original creator? Excuse me but,...Did i missed the part where JFX became "was_JFX" there? :huh:

Evidently yes.

And however I don' t think it is part of your business.

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wimb    3

Very nice :thumbup

Handy to have XP and NT6 Installer for all versions combined in one Tool.

Thanks for creating this Power Tool, which allows also to Set User Preferences :thumbup

Everything went OK when testing Install of 32-bits XP and 32-bits Windows 7

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lama    0

Evidently yes.

And however I don' t think it is part of your business.

jaclaz

that bad huh? :unsure: not that i'm interested in some war or something... but one does get questions about disconnected news... i'm almost resident there and... could not have known (without your linking)

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JFX    63

@lama

I don't participate anymore on the boot-land forum, so sorry for not informing your guys there.

@wimb

Thank you very much for feedback.

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lama    0

Hi :huh: I tried to install XP to partition (all default settings, no tweaks, winnt.sif used) and it just... pauses at black screen (after bios) :blink:

After this I tried the old version 1.4x and it worked as usual...

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JFX    63

a black screen (after bios) would mean that MBR and /or the PBR was not updated.

Make sure you choose an active primary partition and choose to update the boot configuration (default on "Ready?" GUI)

In case you have multiple disks in your PC, make also sure you choose the boot partition on disk 0.

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JFX    63

Update: Version 2.0.3.32

  • added more GUI tooltips
  • fixed FolderBrowse not working in default WinPE 3.x
  • fixed possible duplicates in boot menu
  • fixed drive letter assignment cause error message on empty cardreader drives
  • avoid possible installation on same drive as currently running Windows
  • avoid possible installation of WinPE
  • avoid NativeVHDBoot of not supported Windows Editions
  • added VHDHelper (diskpart wrapper) to create, attach and detach VHD's (reserved for Windows 7 users only :) )
  • new commandline options -DisableVHDChecks, -VHDHelper (Hotkey: Ctrl + Shift + V)

know issue:

- Under WinPE 3.x diskpart may fail to detach a vdisk (blame Microsoft, not me.)

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maanu    0

JFX

it is VERY VERY nice to hear from you after a long time . it is good to see you again my friend . i would never have seen this if WIMB did not have mentioned your new tool on reboot....

i will test and let you know about this tool . thanks once again .

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wimb    3

Hi JFX

Your WinNTSetup2_x86.exe tool is very handy, I used it for Direct Install of Windows 7 in VHD file. :thumbup

http://reboot.pro/9830/page__view__findpost__p__123974

For the Tweaks I found that:

- Disable System Restore did NOT work to Disable System Protection in Win 7 VHD

- Show cmd icon - the context menu does not appear

The latter was easily fixed as you know and then also shows cmd icon


Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

; Open Command here - just delete the 2 keys

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell\cmd]
"Extended"=-

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Drive\shell\cmd]
"Extended"=-

Thanks again for your POWER TOOL :thumbup

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AyeHtay    0

Hi JFX,

Very nice tool as always. :thumbup

Thank you very much.

Used to come this forum for more than 5 years as a guest.

Today, I'm a new member here.

Thanks to msfn forum leads.

Wimb! Thank you as well.

K Regards,

ah

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