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Need help to get an iso work grub4dos usb stick

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Hi,

I download from the internet XPsp3_Recovery_Console.iso

my menu.lst ...

title Window XP sp3 Recovery Console\n

find --set-root /XPsp3_Recovery_Console.iso

map --mem /XPsp3_Recovery_Console.iso (hd32)

map (hd0,0)+1 (hd0)

map --hook

root (hd32)

chainloader (hd32)

when I boot it from usb i get blue screen error msg

*** STOP: code: 0X0000007B (0XF780A63C, 0XC0000034, 0X00000000, 0X00000000)

Perhaps my code is wrong, please advice and thank you.

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Hi,

I download from the internet XPsp3_Recovery_Console.iso

my menu.lst ...

title Window XP sp3 Recovery Console\n

find --set-root /XPsp3_Recovery_Console.iso

map --mem /XPsp3_Recovery_Console.iso (hd32)

map (hd0,0)+1 (hd0)

map --hook

root (hd32)

chainloader (hd32)

when I boot it from usb i get blue screen error msg

*** STOP: code: 0X0000007B (0XF780A63C, 0XC0000034, 0X00000000, 0X00000000)

Perhaps my code is wrong, please advice and thank you.

The code is right, the .iso is not, and - besides - you are in the wrong place. :w00t:

This is "Install Windows from USB", although some of the methods do use grub4dos, it is NOT titled "grub4dos" or "grub4dos support forum" or "since a few guys that use grub4dos hang around here feel free to ask any questions about grub4dos".

You:

  1. FORGET about getting an XP recovery iso from the internet
  2. go here: http://reboot.pro/

Where you will find SEVERAL different threads/ways/methods to boot a XP recovery .iso from USB ("flat", as ".iso" and as ".img") after having MADE yourself the Recovery Console.

This is one (that contains also several links to related threads):

http://reboot.pro/5316/

BEFORE it, please read these two:

http://reboot.pro/8944/

http://reboot.pro/5041/

jaclaz

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Hi jaclaz,

After reading all of those links my brain is informations overload : (

But I just realized by pressing F10 when the F6 msg appeared in unattended installation of xp it will boot to xp recovery console.

Just a request can you provide me a detail instructions on how to convert my big XPsp4.iso to a small xp recovery console.iso.

Thanks.

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After reading all of those links my brain is informations overload : (

Yep, those are the side effects of taking the RED pill....

But I just realized by pressing F10 when the F6 msg appeared in unattended installation of xp it will boot to xp recovery console.

Yes. :)

Just a request can you provide me a detail instructions on how to convert my big XPsp4.iso to a small xp recovery console.iso.

No.

Meaning that in order to provide (hopefully) any detailed instruction (or more likely pointing you to an already available resource suited for your needs), I need to understand what you are up to.

And of course since last time I checked the Service Pack of XP was #3, I doubt that my crystall ball will be able to understand what you have in your SP4 .iso...

Most probably you are after this ;):

http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?showtopic=24880

but it's not an .iso (it is an .img - which gives a couple advantages) and it's not about SP3 or SP4 :w00t: (BTW, there is no actual reason AFAIK/AFAICR for wanting a SP3 Recovery Console, in the sense that nothing has changed that has a relevance in recovery console).

jaclaz

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And of course since last time I checked the Service Pack of XP was #3, I doubt that my crystall ball will be able to understand what you have in your SP4 .iso...

lol

I have original dell sp3.iso and update the iso as follows = sp4.iso ...

make it unattended

ryanvm integrator to integrate post sp3 update

driverpacks base to integrate only the DriverPack Mass Storage 12.06 for Windows 2000/XP/2003 (x86)

ryanvm integrator to create the new iso.

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Okee-Doke! The ISO you downloaded is OOOOOLD version of XP Recovery Console.

If you REALLY want an "individual" one, suggest creating one with those contents with your DELL by replacing the files with the newer ones. I'm not sure if this will work or not. Why not just stick with the one you have? Or check out jaclaz' link for a better alternative.

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