was further improved.
Filling of the USB-stick with files was analysed with WinHex using 1stSector column.
The MakeBS3.cmd was moved such that the Bootsector file SETUPLDR.bs gets a position
close to BOOT.INI in the beginning of the drive, instead of being the last written sector.
$OEM$\CMDLINES.TXT can be used for making UserAccounts and install of Registry Tweaks at T-12
If $OEM$ folder is present in usb_prep2 folder, then it will copied now to the right position
in the temporary drive.
On first logon the Extracted BTS DriverPacks are deleted, which normally takes a long time,
because SystemRestore copies them to System Volume Information folder.
The Disable_SystemRestore.reg Registry Tweak prevents this action, so that first logon is much faster.
Personally I am using only the 5 smallest BTS DriverPacks with Mass Storage text mode enabled.
So I do not integrate the 5 large Sound and Graphics DriverPacks, but use these Packs manually
when Updating Drivers. The extraction and deletion of these 5 large DriverPacks is taking a lot of time.
The file winnt_sif.txt can be used for making your own winnt.sif file to be placed in the xpsource\I386 folder.
If an appropriate USB-stick Format Program like PeToUSB.exe is present in the usb_prep2 folder,
it will be launched automatically at the beginning of the usb_prep2.cmd batch program.
The usb_prep2 folder is given as Attachment.
A Guide for making MultiBoot USB-stick with boot.ini Menu including other boot options like MS-DOS and Linux
is given here http://www.911cd.net...showtopic=20089
Edited by wimb, 30 August 2007 - 03:46 AM.