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Need Help: Create a USB device to setup many OSes


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congnt92

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Hi everyone  :)

I followed this link to created a USB can be use to setup many OS: Windows 7, windows 8, vista....

But I was not getting repair windows option when setup windows 7.

It must be look like this if we setup windows 7 from DVD

image006.jpg?w=450&h=335

 

So can you tell me why and what should I do to enable this repair windows option when setup windows 7. Thanks  :thumbup  :thumbup  :thumbup




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jaclaz

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Why don't you ask for help to Steve6375, which is the Author of that tutorial/guide?

He's usually active on Reboot.pro, which is the SEMI-official support forum for RMPREPUSB and related.

http://reboot.pro/

 

BTW, the tutorial you linked to is #02 and IT IS CLEARLY STATED on that page how it is SUPERSEDED/REPLACED by tutorial #43 AND on the linked  page it CLEARLY refers to bootland (now reboot.pro):

http://www.boot-land...indpost&p=68050

for discussion about that method

 

You may to want to try the updated #43, first:

http://www.rmprepusb...ials/firawiniso

 

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Thanks jaclaz  :thumbup  :thumbup

#43 is very helpful but I want to resolved my problem when trying #2. Booting boot.wim file in original DVD setup Windows 7 look like windows 7 startup. But booting boot.wim file after modify at #2 look like booting windows PE. Maybe that cause repair option not enable?



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But booting boot.wim file after modify at #2 look like booting windows PE. Maybe that cause repair option not enable?

Most probably, yes. :yes: :unsure:

 

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Thanks Jaclaz. And I added some lines in mysetup.cmd

If exist X:\sources\recovery\startrep.exe then run startrep.exe and I was successful. But still I want to creat a modified boot.wim file and it can booting look like start windows 7 to enable repair option. Can I do it? It's impossible ?


Edited by congnt92, 18 August 2013 - 05:37 AM.


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Can I do it?

Who knows?
You do it, and you have the answer, you fail at it and you have as well an answer.
 

It's impossible ?

Who knows?
In theory nothing is impossible.
 

 

In theory there is no difference between theory and practice, but in practice there is.


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Thanks jaclaz.Maybe there only one the way is edit mysetup.cmd to enable repair option.






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