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There's no floppy image in WD Diag504fCD.iso

Yes, there is no file.
It's included as EL Torito part. http://en.wikipedia....D-ROM_standard)

7-zip list it at [BOOT] directory.


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Yes, there is no file.
It's included as EL Torito part.

Anything I can try? I'm out of ideas...

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Anything I can try? I'm out of ideas...


7-zip list it at [BOOT] directory.

Run 7-zip http://7-zip.org/

Open the file Diag504fCD.iso, select directory [BOOT].
There is something listed as "Bootable_1.44M.img".
Extract this and assume: that's a bootable 2880 sectors floppy image
Rename this to Diag504.ima

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7-zip list it at [BOOT] directory.

ups, yes sorry, I didn't understand that line. :blushing:
Thanks a bunch really. By inspecting the ISO through Winrar I never thought there was anything else hidden (BOOT folder) inside. Right now also checked with uniextract and could also retrieve the folder.
Thanks again.

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ups, yes sorry, I didn't understand that line. :blushing:

...and overlooked this one :whistle: :

But again the memtest86+-4.20.iso.zip simply contains an El-Torito floppy image 1.44 Mb (and El Torito floppy emulation images can be easily extracted from .iso with 7-zip among other tools).


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Everything is solved you don't need to come back to show how right you were, after all I managed to do it by reading other posts (it wasn't THAT complex as you said and made it look) and lastly cdob's help, and well a waste of 2 days.
So thanks a lot for being around while having the answers although ultimately decided to look at how funny is to joke and make fun of someone struggling for an answer during 2 days.

(and El Torito floppy emulation images can be easily extracted from .iso with 7-zip among other tools).

among other what kind of tool? because I use a very similar and extended one (Winrar) and you know, it happens to don't find that right away. Why not use 7-zip? Why yes? I wonder...



7-zip list it at [BOOT] directory.

ups, yes sorry, I didn't understand that line. :blushing:

...and overlooked this one :whistle: :

It's not my fault if after 2 days I'm a bit dull and couldn't read "7-zip lists it at [BOOT] directory", it could have made a change. No pun to cdob whom I'm grateful for.

Edited by Dogway, 24 August 2012 - 08:35 AM.


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(heh..) WinRar (even the latest) only opens the CD and doesn't reveal the ElTorito boot image. Hence the suggestion of 7-Zip. If you'd have just used it as suggested, you'd have seen it. BTW, "Universal Extractor" uses 7-zip as well (look in the folders) - doesn't even include WinRar for opening RAR's - uses 7-Zip. ;)

Interestingly (slightly OT), WinImage will also "dump" the Boot.IMA as well.

Sorry for your wasted time, but valid info WAS given.

Any other problems (beyond all of above) let us know... and read any assistance posts thoroughly. If an "expert" steers you wrong (DOH!), another "expert" will surely correct them.

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among other what kind of tool? because I use a very similar and extended one (Winrar) and you know, it happens to don't find that right away. Why not use 7-zip? Why yes? I wonder...

Tools capable of opening .iso files, typically .iso editors, like Isobuster, MagicIso, PowerIso, or programs dealing with filesystem images such as Winimage, etc., most of them Commercial/Shareware.

7-zip is free (as in free beer and also as in freedom) so everyone can have it, which is a good reason to choose it as a suggested app.

Though it doesn't support creation of .rar files it is a very good archiver with some interesting additional capabilities as it can open most .iso's (including the file used as boot sector, be it a an El-Torito floppy or a no-emulation bootsector) and also most .ima's and .img's).

As a side note (and shameless plug :w00t:) there is also my - as usual - half-@§§ed batch that uses ISOINFO (cdrtools) and DSFO (DSFOK tools) that should do :unsure: :
http://reboot.pro/12406/


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There's a big difference between:
(and El Torito floppy emulation images can be easily extracted from .iso with 7-zip among other tools).
and
(and El Torito floppy emulation images can be easily extracted from .iso with 7-zip).

Adding "among other tools" lessen the importance of using 7-zip, which just equals or put it lower on the importance list than for example winzip, or winrar which are WAY more popular, used, known, and famous (thus likely to be used)
The second line is a straight how-to that doesn't assure succes if you use tools aside those specified.

Talking (or writing) is an art way different than the subject dealing with. Valid info WAS given in an unhelpful way. I, whenever I help, I DO help, straight to the user's needs, not way more (to show off or create confusion) or way less (to make fun in an pseudo-(low-social)-intellectual fashion).

Anyway, most of the wasted time was related to seatools, the thing with dlgdiag was only today.

edit: @jaclaz: and why should I suppose that winrar is only capable of opening half-isos? It's like asking to open .zip files with winzip instead of winrar... As good as 7-zip is, it's not very convenient to use for daily usage, I have it as portable only. There's a misconception in applications that if something is free and deliver good results then it must be used. You know, you ignore things like speed or convenience...

Edited by Dogway, 24 August 2012 - 10:09 AM.


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(sigh...)

Screwdriver not= Hammer

Screwdriver not= Rock

Although a Screwdriver will "screw", it can't "drive" a nail.

Screwdrivers and Hammers cost $ but a Rock does not and does a Hammer's job just as well.

You are free to make 7-Zip ("rock") faster if you wish.

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There's a big difference between:
(and El Torito floppy emulation images can be easily extracted from .iso with 7-zip among other tools).
and
(and El Torito floppy emulation images can be easily extracted from .iso with 7-zip).

I guess beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Reading:

(and El Torito floppy emulation images can be easily extracted from .iso with 7-zip among other tools)

I would say that there are three possibilities:
  • TRY using the mentioned 7-zip
  • ASK which other tools can do the same (should the reader not already know such a suitable tool)
  • ASSUME that WinRar or Winzip, since they are "WAY more popular, used, known, and famous (thus likely to be used)" would do the same
Still 66.66% probabilities of doing the "right thing" :whistle:.
You are not lucky. :(

On the other hand another approach:

use EXCLUSIVELY 7-zip to extract the El-Torito floppy emulation image

would have been likely to raise protests either on the "rude attitude" or by anyone knowing that several other tools capable of doing the same exist.
I guess one can never find a way to make all people happy :( .

Talking (or writing) is an art way different than the subject dealing with.

Sure :), so it is reading and interacting with people, some are more capable than others at it.

edit: @jaclaz: and why should I suppose that winrar is only capable of opening half-isos?

Well, noone (if not you) talked about Winrar, since you were able to suppose that Winrar would do the same as 7-zip, you made a wrong guess, that's all.

As good as 7-zip is, it's not very convenient to use for daily usage, I have it as portable only. There's a misconception in applications that if something is free and deliver good results then it must be used.

And again it all depends on personal opinions, I personally find 7-zip so convenient that I also use it as dual pane file manager, but never said that it is "very convenient" or "more convenient" than WInrar, Winzip or *any* other "WAY more popular, used, known, and famous (thus likely to be used)" app.
I simply stated that it was convenient to do the specific task of extracting the El-Torito floppy emulation image from the .iso.
Additionally I never stated that "if something is free and deliver good results then it must be used", I stated how (evidently) free apps are freely available.

You know, you ignore things like speed or convenience...

Yeah, I am working on them, should I need some help in learning about them I will ask you some.

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Still 66.66% probabilities of doing the "right thing" :whistle:.

You are again ignoring the influence weight of each of the options (assuming even importance). Which leads to the next paragraph:



Talking (or writing) is an art way different than the subject dealing with.

Sure :), so it is reading and interacting with people, some are more capable than others at it.

That's basically the same I said, talking ability is a communication (interaction if you like it) skill.



edit: @jaclaz: and why should I suppose that winrar is only capable of opening half-isos?

Well, noone (if not you) talked about Winrar, since you were able to suppose that Winrar would do the same as 7-zip, you made a wrong guess, that's all.

Obvious now, a wrong guess, but totally natural guess. You suggested me a file archiver, I used "among others" file archiver (the most popular actually). Had you suggested a strict ISO application, I'd had used one.

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That's basically the same I said, talking ability is a communication (interaction if you like it) skill.

Yes, this means that we basically agree. :)

You suggested me a file archiver, I used "among others" file archiver (the most popular actually). Had you suggested a strict ISO application, I'd had used one.

No :no: , I never suggested "a file archiver", and not even 7-zip :w00t: , I simply stated how 7-zip was capable to do the specific task (easily) and that it was not the only program in the world capable of doing that, without specifying any "category" to which either 7-zip or the other tools capable of performing the task belong or should belong to.

You assumed that 7-zip is "a file archiver" (which is not, or not only, being also a file manager and actually sporting this in it's windows title):

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and then further assumed that the "file archiver" WinRar, being "most popular" could do the same task.
As said, you made a wrong guess, it happens to everyone, not a problem as I see it :) , and as soon as you actually asked for clarifications cdob :thumbup promptly provided them.

BTW, I didn't know that Winrar was the "most popular" file archiver, have you got some data about this?

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We are basically discussing the nuances of language communication here.
To demonstrate that using a file archiver* "among others" is capable of doing a determined action, it's implicitly a suggestion of using that tool or one among the same kind.
At least at the eyes of whoever is asking which (kind of) tool to use. Because if otherwise with "among others" you referred to among ALL THE APPLICATION EVER MADE FOR ANY KIND, then you are being very mean and vague with the expression, in which case you would have better omitted those unnecessary and unhelpful words that only create confusion.

You don't have to be very clever to assume winrar is the most popular. There's where the "reading" part of communication comes from. Just google them to have an approx. idea.

*head to http://www.7-zip.org/ and read the very first sentence at the top.

Edited by Dogway, 24 August 2012 - 09:49 PM.


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You don't have to be very clever to assume winrar is the most popular.

But you should have some sound data in order to state it.... that's a nuance in language communication.

I read "the most popular actually" as a statement, and not as an assumption.

Similarly, if I write 7-zip, usually it is because I mean 7-zip.

If I wanted to write "a file manager" or " a file archiver" or "a popular file archiver", I would have most probably wrote that :unsure: .

I try my best to be as accurate as I can and try to avoid misunderstandings but evidently my attempts are not good enough to prevent free interpretation/assumptions.

To me:

El Torito floppy emulation images can be easily extracted from .iso with 7-zip among other tools


still means plainly:

There are several tools capable of extracting from a .iso the El-Torito floppy emulation image, of all them I will name just 7-zip which can do that easily.

which seems to me like the accepted and acceptable meaning of the expression "among other(s)":
http://dictionary.re...d/among other(s)

You use expressions like among other things or among others to indicate that there are several more facts, things, or people like the one or ones mentioned, but that you do not intend to mention them all.


"tools" seem to me like a non-specific enough name that means generically "tools" and not particularly "file archivers" or "tools inherently similar in nature and usage paradigm to 7-zip".

You have to take into account also that English is not my mother tongue and more generally I was writing a post on a technical board and not writing a novel.

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But you should have some sound data in order to state it.... that's a nuance in language communication.

Anything I say is a statement, at most a statement alike opinion. Statements are illusions of individuals who think to own a truth, but that's only my opinion, it's how languages work. Anyways, isn't google proof enough (without declare it a statement)?

BTW language is not something you can explain or demonstrate like in science, it's hard to explain why blue is a relaxing color, while red is a hot, passionate color, but everyone agrees to that for reasons human beings can't yet explain. I'm not going to write a thesis on how everything I say has an evidential proof when it is assumed that human beings have a sense we usually call common sense and refer to the above things, it's like trying to demonstrate the obvious, or let's call it plausible.

I'm not saying that what you said was wrong, it's just that don't expect everyone to think things you already know. That's why despite how much knowledge an individual could own about something, being a teacher is another different matter, you need an empathic sense of what the pupil might or not think, reverse thinking, that is.

and at last:

...more facts, things, or people like the one or ones mentioned...

what do you understand by "like" here?
whatever? or something alike?

English isn't either my mother tongue, actually I barely talk it nice, but languages are more similar than one might expect (I talk a 3rd language too).

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Anyways, isn't google proof enough (without declare it a statement)?

How exactly google is a proof of popularity of Winrar (or of any other program)? :unsure:
I mean how exactly did you probed Winrar popularity through google? (with which search terms, with which options, etc.)

Be aware that count results might represent a meaningless metric:
http://web.archive.o...ess-metric.html


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"WinRar"
77,400,000 results
"7-Zip"
15,800,000 results

I don't think your linked page has nothing to do with this. Anything in this life is absolute, it's just an indication. But if you still want to think that blue is a hot, passionate color, that's fine with me.

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"WinRar"
77,400,000 results
"7-Zip"
15,800,000 results


"gzip"
About 154,000,000 results :whistle:

BUt what do you expect from pigeons? :w00t: :unsure:
http://www.google.co...pigeonrank.html

Some more meaningless metrics:
www.winrar.com
http://www.alexa.com...reener&p=bigtop
Alexa Traffic Rank: 237,224 Traffic Rank in US: 182,306 Sites Linking In: 428

www.winzip.com
http://www.alexa.com...reener&p=bigtop
Alexa Traffic Rank: 4,317 Traffic Rank in US: 2,481 Sites Linking In: 22,726

www.7-zip.org
http://www.alexa.com...reener&p=bigtop
Alexa Traffic Rank: 12,040 Traffic Rank in US: 10,078 Sites Linking In: 21,138

www.gzip.org
http://www.alexa.com...reener&p=bigtop
Alexa Traffic Rank: 109,516 Traffic Rank in US: 90,913 Sites Linking In: 2,033

I don't think your linked page has nothing to do with this. Anything in this life is absolute, it's just an indication.

I am not sure to get the double negation :unsure:

But if you still want to think that blue is a hot, passionate color, that's fine with me.

Opinions are free :thumbup .
Statements should be IMHO however backed up by some substantial data.

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Edited by jaclaz, 25 August 2012 - 02:52 AM.


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"gzip"
About 154,000,000 results :whistle:

gzip is too short and unpeculiar to be fooled. If you still wonder, go to bing, or yahoo.
I wouldn't call the official webpage traffic as an accurate evidence of popularity compared to search engines. By no means actually, it's like determining Call of Duty popularity by it's webpage traffic.



I don't think your linked page has nothing to do with this. Anything in this life is absolute, it's just an indication.

I am not sure to get the double negation :unsure:

I already told you, first English is not my mother tongue, second, by only being a native English speaker doesn't mean you can understand me any better if you lack the "reading" component of communication. By your words you also seem to lack that component since for the given context it clearly reads; Nothing is absolute. After having you read this little explanation let me tell you that you are not cooler by playing dumb, I can "read" you being cynical.


But if you still want to think that blue is a hot, passionate color, that's fine with me.

Opinions are free :thumbup .
Statements should be IMHO however backed up by some substantial data.

Again I already told you, no such things as statements do exist, not even this line, maybe is a bit hard for you to understand if you don't open more your mind.

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I wouldn't call the official webpage traffic as an accurate evidence of popularity compared to search engines. By no means actually, it's like determining Call of Duty popularity by it's webpage traffic.

That's good, again we basically agree.

Cnet downloads:
http://download.cnet...le-compression/
Winzip seems like being more popular than Winrar, what gives?


I already told you, first English is not my mother tongue, second, by only being a native English speaker doesn't mean you can understand me any better if you lack the "reading" component of communication. By your words you also seem to lack that component since for the given context it clearly reads; Nothing is absolute. After having you read this little explanation let me tell you that you are not cooler by playing dumb, I can "read" you being cynical.

Look, I could not understand the sense of your sentences, which I now understand were meant as simple negation:

I don't think your linked page has nothing to do with this. NoAnything in this life is absolute, it's just an indication.

You see, I wasn't sure about something, I asked about it and you clarified the meaning. :thumbup
We won't become friends through this process, let alone change our respective opinions, but at least we are communicating :).

Again I already told you, no such things as statements do exist, not even this line, maybe is a bit hard for you to understand if you don't open more your mind.

Hmmm.
If that line doesn't exist, how can I open my mind by reading it and understanding how statements don't exist?
It looks like a nice Catch 22.

I would have liked to make a few more statements, like:

and

besides:

but now it seems pointless...

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"The only thing certain in life is death"

I just want to say that there is nothing such as black or white, it's just shades of grey.
And sometimes your eyes can't even see if one grey tone is lighter than another. There are methods to try to play it safer and test (with also shades of greys accuracy) that one color is lighter than another. At the end you have a likely, a founded opinion, but never a statement.
With this being said, if you are going to turn down everything because lack of evidence or proof, then things are gonna be really tough for you, because living is an act of faith. When I visit wikipedia, rest assured I don't check every one of the references to know whether it's correct, I assume it's very likely to be correct and get going.

Finally I don't think you are being true to yourself, you are just trying to justify a forced position in an awkward way in order to don't agree with me.

If that line doesn't exist, how can I open my mind by reading it and understanding how statements don't exist?

Because everything said by everybody can't be certain, thus statements hardly exists. As I do with wikipedia, assume its implicit subjectivity and get going. It seems to work.

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"The only thing certain in life is death"

I just want to say that there is nothing such as black or white, it's just shades of grey.
And sometimes your eyes can't even see if one grey tone is lighter than another. There are methods to try to play it safer and test (with also shades of greys accuracy) that one color is lighter than another. At the end you have a likely, a founded opinion, but never a statement.

You see, again we basically agree:
http://reboot.pro/15878/


With this being said, if you are going to turn down everything because lack of evidence or proof, then things are gonna be really tough for you, because living is an act of faith. When I visit wikipedia, rest assured I don't check every one of the references to know whether it's correct, I assume it's very likely to be correct and get going.

Naaah, I have a lot of faith, but I tend to keep it separate from statemnts (and also from facts).

On some unrelated news, apparently the good guys at Corel are not telling the truth (or maybe they have a lot of faith):
http://www.winzip.co...n/en/empopp.htm

We are located in Mansfield, CT, and offer WinZip, the world's most popular Zip utility for Windows used by thousands of organizations, government agencies and Fortune 500 companies, as well as millions of home users.

or possibly Winrar is not a ZIp utility :unsure:
Surely, the expected target in mid-september of 1 billion (as in 1,000,000,000) downloads:
http://www.marketwir...ads-1693830.htm
http://www.winzip.co...way-landing.htm
is impressive, though since probably even downloads don't exist, I doubt they can reach anyway the popularity of Winrar, as certified by google hits.
Wait does google (and it's results) exist?

Finally I don't think you are being true to yourself, you are just trying to justify a forced position in an awkward way in order to don't agree with me.

Actually I have no particular position, and rest assured that when I talk or write :w00t:) to myself I tend to undestand myself.


If that line doesn't exist, how can I open my mind by reading it and understanding how statements don't exist?

Because everything said by everybody can't be certain, thus statements hardly exists. As I do with wikipedia, assume its implicit subjectivity and get going. It seems to work.

Interesting.
Though I still fail how can WIkipedia actually exist (since it is made mainly of statements).
Maybe there are existing statements (the ones in Wikipedia) and non-existing ones (all the rest).
I'll have to think a bit about the implications of this approach. :unsure:

And I cannot even put my new footwear on :( :
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hahahaa, are you joking? faith is in the opposite position of what you relate on the winzip line.
They are a company and just conveniently lying to you to sell a product, it's you who must or not have faith towards them. I naturally don't.

Wikipedia is not made of statements, is made of (statements alike) opinions, made out of (statements alike) opinions, made out of (statements alike) opinions... Or do you really think maths ever existed? It's fantasy man. You can't tell something is true if somebody made it, because you (as a human too) can unmake it if you want, or reinterpret it. Nothing is steady, everything is subjective, but still you need to ground on something, so believe, but be aware nothing is 100% sure, even that thing you try to look for and don't find. Just believe according to the hints and trusting guides ridden by your common sense, because there's nothing else.

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hahahaa, are you joking? faith is in the opposite position of what you relate on the winzip line.
They are a company and just conveniently lying to you to sell a product, it's you who must or not have faith towards them. I naturally don't.

So you have less faith in them than I have?
I don't really understand the concept, since they already sold a huge numebr of licenses, someone should buy more from them?
It would be illogical, exactly because they already sold a big number of licenses, I would rather personally give my money to some new, smaller company that actually needs it, as long as the product is (IMHO) worth the money.
I mean I do understand popularity as a consequence of merit, but I fail to see how popularity would constitute merit....
BTW, I told you how I cheap I am, but these guys to celebrate 1 billion download (if I recall correctly the Winzip division makes around 20 Million US$/year) put as prize for the draw:
http://www.winzip.co...edraw-rules.htm
(besides a number of useless licenses for a previous version of an useless app) a single large screen TV? :w00t:

"Grand Prize" - one (1) Samsung® 60" 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV (approximate retail value of two thousand dollars ($2,000CAD)). If Sponsor determines that it cannot fulfill the stated Grand Prize to the potential winner, for whatever reason, Sponsor reserves the right (in its sole discretion) to substitute the stated Grand Prize for another prize of its choosing of equal or greater value.

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Wikipedia is not made of statements, is made of (statements alike) opinions, made out of (statements alike) opinions, made out of (statements alike) opinions... Or do you really think maths ever existed? It's fantasy man. You can't tell something is true if somebody made it, because you (as a human too) can unmake it if you want, or reinterpret it. Nothing is steady, everything is subjective, but still you need to ground on something, so believe, but be aware nothing is 100% sure, even that thing you try to look for and don't find. Just believe according to the hints and trusting guides ridden by your common sense, because there's nothing else.

I know that. :yes:

Unfortunately it seems like .....
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