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[Released] Windows XP PowerPacker v1.0 RC5

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Dude

If you can make program with cd-switching and intergrated wpi. It will be so cool. It is a suggestion.

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Yes I do want to implement something like that. I am pretty busy coding Windows XP PowerPacker itself right now... but anyone is welcome to write a plugin for WinXP PowerPacker to do something like what you have requested. Once I get the program fully released I should have more time to create plugins. ;)

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Attached File  Trojan1.JPG   26.71KB   131 downloadsSiginet,
I just downloaded your powerPacker from a link in your original post in this thread and it seems that you have a TrojanDropper in the file.

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this is a great sounding app im gonna get some time this weekend and give it a shot, :)

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Attached File  Trojan1.JPG   26.71KB   131 downloadsSiginet,
I just downloaded your powerPacker from a link in your original post in this thread and it seems that you have a TrojanDropper in the file.

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That is definatly a false positive. Some applications have false readings... especially on programs that are fresh and new... like Windows XP PowerPacker. What program is that, that gave that reading? I use Symantec Antivirus and I have no problems.

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I get the trojan warning from TrojanHunter 4.2 (build 908).

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I get the trojan warning from TrojanHunter 4.2 (build 908).

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I sent them an email to fix this false reading. ;)

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Hi Siginet

Got some time today too test PP for the first time. And I think I´m in love.
The tri-pack was created in a few minutes and I tested all 3 in VmWare and it worked whitout any flaw. Still have to confirm that BTS DP works in reality, but I have no doubt that it will.

I´ll stay tuned :thumbup

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Hi Siginet

Got some time today too test PP for the first time. And I think I´m in love.
The tri-pack was created in a few minutes and I tested all 3 in VmWare and it worked whitout any flaw. Still have to confirm that BTS DP works in reality, but I have no doubt that it will. 

I´ll stay tuned  :thumbup

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:D Glad you enjoy it. It will only get better... I'm just getting started! :thumbup

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Hi,

I just downloaded your utility and have a problem. I have created a pack, which went fine, but when I try to package the iso, there is a status screen which comes up too quickly for me to read, then I get a dialog with the header "Sorry ISO not compiled correctly" and the message "Please check your settings and make sure you have enough space on your HD".

I have over 100G free on the drive I am using for this, and I do not know what other settings I should be checking.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks
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Hi,

I just downloaded your utility and have a problem. I have created a pack, which went fine, but when I try to package the iso, there is a status screen which comes up too quickly for me to read, then I get a dialog with the header "Sorry ISO not compiled correctly" and the message "Please check your settings and make sure you have enough space on your HD".

I have over 100G free on the drive I am using for this, and I do not know what other settings I should be checking.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks
Nii

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Can you post some more info about your stuff. You shouldn't have an issue. Is there a chance that the iso you are trying to create allready exists and the file is in use? What is the path you are putting your iso in? The more info you give me the easier it will be for me to figure out your problem. Usually this isue is caused by not enough room on the HD... but you stated you have 100GB free space.

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Hi,

I just downloaded your utility and have a problem. I have created a pack, which went fine, but when I try to package the iso, there is a status screen which comes up too quickly for me to read, then I get a dialog with the header "Sorry ISO not compiled correctly" and the message "Please check your settings and make sure you have enough space on your HD".

I have over 100G free on the drive I am using for this, and I do not know what other settings I should be checking.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks
Nii

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Can you post some more info about your stuff. You shouldn't have an issue. Is there a chance that the iso you are trying to create allready exists and the file is in use? What is the path you are putting your iso in? The more info you give me the easier it will be for me to figure out your problem. Usually this isue is caused by not enough room on the HD... but you stated you have 100GB free space.

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Try rebooting your computer and try again.

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Hi,

I downloaded CDImageGui from this site, and used that to create the iso from my Package Directory. The ISO worked when I tested it in VMWare, but I still cannot get your utility to create the ISO.

Apart from the creation of the ISO, everything else seems to work fine.

Nii

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Weird that you are having an issue. No one else has claimed to have had this issue. Please check you PM I sent you. I need some more info from you so I can better troubleshoot your problem.

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I cannot use this; keeps telling me:

Please check your settings and make sure you have enough space on your HD.

- I have 7 gb on the output and 3gb on my C: (system) drive

?

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I cannot use this; keeps telling me:

Please check your settings and make sure you have enough space on your HD.

- I have 7 gb on the output and 3gb on my C: (system) drive

?

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Do you have your BOOT folder at the root of the destination? It looks for a BOOT\loader.bin file.

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I get the trojan warning from TrojanHunter 4.2 (build 908).

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I sent them an email to fix this false reading. ;)

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Thanks Siginet! The false reading is now gone.
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That's good to hear. :)
Thanks for letting me know! :thumbup

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:(

Now I get a warning of TrojanDropper.Tesys.100 when I execute PowerPacker!

:(

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Man this sux! I will email them again. :realmad:

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@Siginet

I had the same problem I couldn't make ISO file but I give up... I want to know about your program what it does. I think I am new to this field.

By the way would you let me know something. I followed your instruction about BTS DB I have add all the drive but when I use ur program to intergrated it comes 450 MB. Unfortunate the drive itself 700 MB + windows xp 500 MB I am wonder why it so small.

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@Siginet

I had the same problem I couldn't make ISO file but I give up... I want to know about your program what it does. I think I am new to this field.

By the way would you let me know something. I followed your instruction about BTS DB I have add all the drive but when I use ur program to intergrated it comes 450 MB. Unfortunate the drive itself 700 MB + windows xp 500 MB I am wonder why it so small.

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Make sure you have your OUTPUT: PowerPack Destination pointing to your files. They should have a folder called BOOT in it... and in there should be a file called loader.bin ... If it isn't there ISO creation will fail. Also if you haven't got enough HD space it will fail.


As for the size of the files... That is because stuff at the root of your disk is not copied by default. They are files you will probably not miss. ;) And if you selected to Exclude WIN9XUPG or LANG folders that also saves a lot of space.

Hope I answered your questions. I am not sure if I understood you exactly.

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@Siginet

what about the Driver that I download from BTS it will intergrated with my powerpack xp.

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You should have more than 1 DP file. You need the base and the driverpacks.

There is a help file with windows xp powerpacker. And you may want to look at the tutorial for the dps as well.

I am working on a way to make it a little simpler... but for now basically all you have to do is what is in the help file.

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