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Win7 & MSDart Combination?

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I have my Win7 a-i-o that I made myself.

I also have MSDart and would like to ask for assistance with 2 things:

How can I combine MSDart 86 and MSDart 64? it seems do-able.

Then is it possible to add msdart into my win7 all-in-one?

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I have my Win7 a-i-o that I made myself.

I also have MSDart and would like to ask for assistance with 2 things:

How can I combine MSDart 86 and MSDart 64? it seems do-able.

Then is it possible to add msdart into my win7 all-in-one?

Which version of MSDART?

There are quite a few, AFAICR.

Anyway, anyone using BOOTMGR and .wim booting should work fine as ".iso" from grub4dos.

http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?showtopic=24602

jaclaz

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Then is it possible to add msdart into my win7 all-in-one?

Which files are inside msdart CD?

Does exist

\boot\

\sources\boot.wim

Bootmgr can load win7 and msdart.

Rename \sources\boot.wim from msdart x86 and copy to win7 \sources\. Configure bcd to load this *.wim file.

Repeat this to x64 *.wim file.

Example \sources\boot_7PE.wim.

Edit the 'call :add_PE' line to your needs. Add a second line for x64 .wim file.

ADD_PE.cmd

@ECHO OFFRem Add Windwos 7 PE to Windows 7 installset DVD_root=%~1if %DVD_root%.==. set DVD_root=DVDset boot_mode=BIOSset BCD_store=/store "%DVD_root%\boot\bcd"call :add_BCDBCDedit.exe %BCD_store% /enum allset boot_mode=UEFIset BCD_store=/store "%DVD_root%\efi\microsoft\boot\bcd"call :add_BCDoscdimg.exe -o -u2 -udfver102 -yo.\bootorder.txt -bootdata:2#p0,e,b"%DVD_root%\boot\etfsboot.com"#pEF,e,b"%DVD_root%\efi\microsoft\boot\efisys.bin" "%DVD_root%" AIO.ISOgoto :eof:add_BCD ===========================================================BCDedit.exe %BCD_store% /set {default} description "%boot_mode%: Windows Setup"rem Unify ramdisk settingsBCDedit.exe %BCD_store% /create {ramdiskoptions}BCDedit.exe %BCD_store% /set {ramdiskoptions} ramdisksdidevice bootBCDedit.exe %BCD_store% /set {ramdiskoptions} ramdisksdipath \boot\boot.sdiif %boot_mode%.==BIOS. call :add_PE \sources\b7PE_x86.wim "Windows 7 PE x86"call :add_PE \sources\b7PE_x64.wim "Windows 7 PE x64"goto :eof ==== create_BCD =============================================:add_PE ============================================================== for /f "tokens=1-3" %%a in ('BCDedit.exe %BCD_store% /create /application OSLOADER') do set guid=%%c BCDedit.exe %BCD_store% /set %guid% description "%boot_mode%: %~2" BCDedit.exe %BCD_store% /set %guid% osdevice ramdisk=[boot]%1,{ramdiskoptions} BCDedit.exe %BCD_store% /set %guid% device ramdisk=[boot]%1,{ramdiskoptions} BCDedit.exe %BCD_store% /set %guid% systemroot \windows if %boot_mode%.==BIOS. set winload=winload.exe if %boot_mode%.==UEFI. set winload=winload.efi BCDedit.exe %BCD_store% /set %guid% path \windows\system32\boot\%winload% BCDedit.exe %BCD_store% /set %guid% detecthal Yes BCDedit.exe %BCD_store% /set %guid% winpe Yes BCDedit.exe %BCD_store% /displayorder %guid% /addlastgoto :eof ==============================================================
bootorder.txt

boot\bcdboot\boot.sdiboot\bootfix.binboot\etfsboot.comboot\memtest.efiboot\memtest.exeboot\fonts\chs_boot.ttfboot\fonts\cht_boot.ttfboot\fonts\jpn_boot.ttfboot\fonts\kor_boot.ttfboot\fonts\wgl4_boot.ttfefi\microsoft\boot\bcdefi\microsoft\boot\efisys.binefi\microsoft\boot\efisys_noprompt.binsources\boot.wimsources\boot_7PE.wimsources\b7PE_x86.wimsources\b7PE_x64.wim
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Sorry, approach uses winload.exe for BIOS and UEFI. It's winload.efi at UEFI mode.

And use Windows 7 x64 at UEFI mode, not x86

if %boot_mode%.==BIOS. call :add_PE \sources\b7PE_x86.wim "Windows 7 PE x86"

call :add_PE \sources\b7PE_x64.wim "Windows 7 PE x64"

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