Well... it is finally here! Windows XP PowerPacker v1.0 RC7.1
PowerPacker will help a user create a Multiboot Windows XP disk with or without DriverPacks. It will do almost everything for you, even hex edit the files needed to be hexed, create the boot directory, boot menu, etc. It makes creating multiboot XP disks a breeze.
This program was made with the BTS DriverPacks in mind. Basically it does just about everything you need to do to add a windows XP load to your MultiBoot Disk.
It will gather the needed files from your source XP CD and put them into a directory you specify. It will grab the DriverPack Files and install them. It will create a boot directory for your load and even hex edit the files that need to be HEXED to allow you to boot to it. It will put the needed info into the boot list so you can select your XP load. It makes testing the DriverPacks very easy!!!
Fixed in this release:
1. Fixed the error in my code that became an issue when trying to compile an iso.
1. I think I may have fixed the issue where people had trouble creating the iso.
2. Fixed bug where when clicking "Pack These Files Into The Destination" nothing would happen if you had not clicked on the "Tri-Pack" or "Custom Pack Name" buttons at all.
3. Thanks to XPero of MSFN.ORG there have been some new professional looking graphics added to Windows XP PowerPacker. He created a new Icon, a new Boot Screen and a new Header Logo for the program... Also a new avatar for me to use at MSFN.ORG! Thanks a lot XPero!
Please post bugs and requests in this thread... and be nice... this is my first Public App!
Default Boot Screen
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Or download it from these mirrors:
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This post has been edited by Siginet: 17 May 2006 - 12:04 AM