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cdshell.ini

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xphc:
cls
print c "\cXXÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ\c0F[$time $date]\cXXÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ \n\n"
print c "\cXXWindows XP POWERPACK\n\n"
print c "\cXXBrought To You In Part By The XP PowerPacker\n\n"
print c "\cXXCompiled By Professor C.P.U.\n\n"
print c "\cXXIn Association With Gigabytes Computer Repair\n\n"
print l "\cXXPress \c0BF1 \cXXfor Help";print r "\c0BPOWERPACKER@2SI.US \n"
print c "\cXXÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ \n\n"
#XPHC print " \c0E(D) \c0FCorporate Edition -Unattended -With DriverPacks\n"
#XOHC print " \c0E(U) \c0FCorporate Edition -Unattended\n"
print " \c0E(R) \c0FCorporate Edition -Regular\n"
print "\n"
print " \c0E(ESC) Main Menu\n"
print l " \c0E(Q) \c0CQ\c09uit to Command Prompt \n"
print l " \c0E(F12) \c0CR\c09eboot \n"
print c "\n"

xphc_key:
getkey 20 boot 0x80
#XPPR if $lastKey == key[d]; then chain /XPHR.DAT
#XOPR if $lastKey == key[u]; then chain /XOHR.DAT
#ROPR if $lastKey == key[r]; then chain /ROHR.DAT
if $lastKey == key[F1]; then goto Help
if $lastKey == key[q]; then end
if $lastKey == key[F12]; then reboot
if $lastKey == key[esc]; then goto menu

#ROPR if $lastKey == key[r]; then chain /ROHR.DAT

should be

if $lastKey == key[r]; then chain /ROHC.DAT

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xphc:
cls
print c "\cXXÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ\c0F[$time $date]\cXXÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ \n\n"
print c "\cXXWindows XP POWERPACK\n\n"
print c "\cXXBrought To You In Part By The XP PowerPacker\n\n"
print c "\cXXCompiled By Professor C.P.U.\n\n"
print c "\cXXIn Association With Gigabytes Computer Repair\n\n"
print l "\cXXPress \c0BF1 \cXXfor Help";print r "\c0BPOWERPACKER@2SI.US \n"
print c "\cXXÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ \n\n"
#XPHC print " \c0E(D) \c0FCorporate Edition -Unattended -With DriverPacks\n"
#XOHC print " \c0E(U) \c0FCorporate Edition -Unattended\n"
print " \c0E(R) \c0FCorporate Edition -Regular\n"
print "\n"
print " \c0E(ESC) Main Menu\n"
print l " \c0E(Q) \c0CQ\c09uit to Command Prompt \n"
print l " \c0E(F12) \c0CR\c09eboot \n"
print c "\n"

xphc_key:
getkey 20 boot 0x80
#XPPR if $lastKey == key[d]; then chain /XPHR.DAT
#XOPR if $lastKey == key[u]; then chain /XOHR.DAT
#ROPR if $lastKey == key[r]; then chain /ROHR.DAT
if $lastKey == key[F1]; then goto Help
if $lastKey == key[q]; then end
if $lastKey == key[F12]; then reboot
if $lastKey == key[esc]; then goto menu

#ROPR if $lastKey == key[r]; then chain /ROHR.DAT

should be

if $lastKey == key[r]; then chain /ROHC.DAT

Good find. ;) I will fix it. Actually there really is no such thing as Home Corporate anyways... but an advanced user can modify setupp.ini to make a corp version of Home Edition.

But you are not correct on how to fix it... Here is what needs to be done:

Change:

xphc_key:
getkey 20 boot 0x80
#XPPR if $lastKey == key[d]; then chain /XPHR.DAT
#XOPR if $lastKey == key[u]; then chain /XOHR.DAT
#ROPR if $lastKey == key[r]; then chain /ROHR.DAT

To:

xphc_key:
getkey 20 boot 0x80
#XPHC if $lastKey == key[d]; then chain /XPHC.DAT
#XOHC if $lastKey == key[u]; then chain /XOHC.DAT
#ROHC if $lastKey == key[r]; then chain /ROHC.DAT

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In fact i wanted to say another thing.

I included a HOME Corporate.

My first bug report for #ROPR, second for /ROHR.DAT

#ROPR if $lastKey == key[r]; then chain /ROHR.DAT
should be
if $lastKey == key[r]; then chain /ROHC.DAT

PS:

This app is awful

PS2:

BOOTFONT.BIN should be in cd root.

U can use Setupldr.bin files instead of ROHC XOPC...

So main root will be clear.

For unattend installs.

I use modified setupldr.bin file.

replaced all winnt.sif to setup.sif.

and renamed it to setup.bin,

winnt.sif renamed to setup.sif

So i still have original files :D

If i choose normal windows install, loading setupldr.bin

if i choose unattend windows install, loading setup.bin (with setup.sif)

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In fact i wanted to say another thing.

I included a HOME Corporate.

My first bug report for #ROPR, second for /ROHR.DAT

#ROPR if $lastKey == key[r]; then chain /ROHR.DAT
should be
if $lastKey == key[r]; then chain /ROHC.DAT

PS:

This app is awful

PS2:

BOOTFONT.BIN should be in cd root.

U can use Setupldr.bin files instead of ROHC XOPC...

So main root will be clear.

For unattend installs.

I use modified setupldr.bin file.

replaced all winnt.sif to setup.sif.

and renamed it to setup.bin,

winnt.sif renamed to setup.sif

So i still have original files :D

If i choose normal windows install, loading setupldr.bin

if i choose unattend windows install, loading setup.bin (with setup.sif)

Umm... there are many correct ways to make an all-in-one disk. There are also a lot of changes being made to powerpacker as well. Just cause it does things in a different way than you do it doesn't make it an awful app. But hey... geuss you can't please everyone can you. There's allways someone who wants to make a complaint... even when there isn't much to complain about. ;)

BTW Thanks for the reports. They will be fixed in RC8.

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"PS:

This app is awful"

@ eryen I totally disagree! That's child's play to someone who really knows how to edit the cdshell.ini file.

"Umm... there are many correct ways to make an all-in-one disk. There are also a lot of changes being made to powerpacker as well. Just cause it does things in a different way than you do it doesn't make it an awful app. But hey... geuss you can't please everyone can you. There's allways someone who wants to make a complaint... even when there isn't much to complain about."

@Siginet. I totally agree with you, it's just a fact of life. btw, how's the coding coming along?

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It would be nice if I could load a header with title information in CD Shell, but I'm probably better off doing everything manually.

I currently have 5 full feature menus in CD Shell. By the time I'm done with it there will be 11 or 12. =/

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Actually if someone can make up a better cdshell.ini to be used in powerpacker I will add it. But I would need the cdshell.ini asap. Don't worry about making it compatable with powerpackers sceme... cause I am thinking of changing it anyways.

So if you have a really nice cdshell scheme and you think it would fit powerpacker better please submit it.

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Bootable CD Wizard.

Very simple interface wit sub menus.

Only arrow buttons are enought to use.

img1nx.th.jpg

kopyas305img5uk.th.jpg

worth to try

http://rapidshare.de/files/15350316/BOOT.rar.html

It allready compitable with PowerPacker iso builder.

Very nice! I like it a lot! It actually fit's the powerpacker better... and it looks much better and easier. :D

Thanks.

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That screenshot looks very nice! I wonder where the code is.

Looks much like the Windows Setup autorun screens.

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I like it as well... so if someone finds the code and posts it here I will try my best to implement it.

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I think I was fooled.

With bcdw it is possible to show a gif file. So I guess they just created a simple gif file to start with....

(like here)

Contacted both authors, see if they reply..

edit:

I found some other screenshots. It must be possible te create such an interface. I can't get into contact with someone who allready made one. Google didn't help me so far :s

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