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Aero Studio

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Anybody used Aero Studio??

if so can you point me to a decent english tutorial?? Can only find either broken english or turkish!! since my turkish is no good, need a good solid english guide!

if it helps, trying to make a multiboot USB with it, something with an easy GUI (needs to be simple so my boss can use it! :P lol!! )

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anyone got anything of help??

even if its to recommend another method!

if it helps, I want to have all XP versions (Home, Pro, MCE), my Vista/7 AIO (all x86 & x64 discs in one), seatools, memtest, bit defender, ophcrack boot cds, etc. I know it's going to be bigger than a dual layer DVD, so either a USB flash drive or a HDD will be used

TIA

Rich

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I don't get it :blink: , if you want a "multi-boot manager" you can use either grub4dos or syslinux.

If you want a "multi-boot manager" with nice graphical effects you can use grub4dos with gfxboot/gfxmenu.

See:

I don't see how "your boss" would have an easier experience with the second than with the first, it's about choosing what to boot, not "rocket science" or "brain surgery":

you choose/highlight something and press [ENTER] :unsure:

In any case, anyone actually capable of using:

all XP versions (Home, Pro, MCE), my Vista/7 AIO (all x86 & x64 discs in one), seatools, memtest, bit defender, ophcrack boot cds, etc.

won't have a problem with them.

Just for the record, the kind of "broken English" you can find here:

http://reboot.pro/forum/72/

has been anyway "good enough" AFAIK to let a few thousands (non-Chinese and non-Turkish) people be able to use AeroStudio....

If you want something "better" you can also try @DED-LEGO@

http://reboot.pro/13437/

But still you will find some not-easy parts and "broken English".... :whistle:

jaclaz

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Thanks for the reply

Cheers for the snotty reply about not understanding "broken English" not needed, but thanks anyway.

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Cheers for the snotty reply about not understanding "broken English" not needed, but thanks anyway.

You are welcome :), maybe if you hadn't mentioned it, you wouldn't have got the snotty reply at all. :whistle:

You see, a lot of people are not native English speaking or know it very well and they may have difficulties in speaking/writing in it, but since they are nice guys, they do try to share what they know in the way they can.

IMNSHO, they should be admired and thanked for their efforts... notwithstanding the fact that their English is "not decent" or "broken", and, to be quite frank, from time to time even people that is supposed to know the idiom natively write in a "not-really-Oxford" English:

jaclaz

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Yet again, another snotty reply!

TBF to those that share, I am not being thankless.

With respect to yourself ( and I mean it) a simple reply of these would be worth a try, rather than assuming I am complaining that they have not "tried". I understand most people do not fully grasp the English language (TBH not many English people do either), I'd find work even harder if I didn't, as my boss is Iranian, who has lived in the UK since the 60's, but still has a problem with English.

My original question was "if so can you point me to a decent english tutorial?? Can only find either broken english or turkish!! since my turkish is no good, need a good solid english guide!" not, " I need a decent English guide because they can't speak a word of English & may as well not have bothered."

I was hoping that maybe some-one had done a guide like the one found here http://flyakite.msfn.org/ which is done in a nice laid out manner (as well as being written fully in English). Maybe i should have mentioned it in my post, that way, you would not have assumed I was attacking those who are willing to share their knowledge.

I am thankful for your suggestions, I will look into those.

The reason I put for making it easy to go through for my boss, is the language barrier that sometimes crops up.

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Well, that's quite a strange coincidence. :w00t:

One of the most "illustrative" guys on AeroStudio is Shirin Zaban which actually is Iranian.

Have you checked his mini-guide in .chm format here ?:

http://reboot.pro/8008/

A "step by step" guide, and expecially one for "all XP versions (Home, Pro, MCE), my Vista/7 AIO (all x86 & x64 discs in one), seatools, memtest, bit defender, ophcrack boot cds, etc." does not exist AFAIK.

Guides like the flyakite ones are "easier" to do since they are more "targeted" (only XP's)

What you want to do is very ambitious, and you need to grasp the concepts and get familiar with the apps, and then develop yourself the missing "solutions" or "assemble" yourself the bits and pieces.

For grub4dos it's easier because there is a good guide (actually written in English ;), though by an Australian :w00t:):

http://reboot.pro/forum/66/

http://reboot.pro/5187/

http://diddy.boot-land.net/grub4dos/Grub4dos.htm

and by searching on the reboot.pro forum you actually have a "database" of a great number of things that can be booted with grub4dos (and how to boot them).

And yes, I'm happy to know it was unintentional :), but your innuendo did sound a lot like whining :ph34r:

jaclaz

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Hello Every one i am using Aero Studio 2007 if you need then mail me at - mehulbadhacker@live.com

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