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Sunil

Windows 2003 and XP multiboot cd

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Hey Guys,

Does anyone know of any guides out there that shows you how to create a windows 2k3 and xp multiboot cd, there are guides on windows 2000 and xp but not on 2K3 and Xp, please i fyou know of any please let me know....

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Been looking around with no success. Did run across a nice utility that does it all for W2K and XP. Should work with W2K3 and XP unless the kernel has a different name and location. Have a look see at this:

BootIt Next Generation

What do you think?

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The program is an excellent find, muy excellent, but it does not allow me to put a copy of windows xp and windows 2003 onto one cd and then create a multiboot environment so that i can install them from the one cd..

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Ive heard of a tool called balder multiboot, but i can find a download anywhere, its supposed to be really good..

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Ive heard of a tool called balder multiboot, but i can find a download anywhere, its supposed to be really good..

http://www.balder.ms/ :)

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Yea, I know the site but he's working on a new one and has taken the old one off his site, so thats a dead end...

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Well, if you do a little searching, pin-point the kernel and location, and rewrite the code on the BootIt disk you are in business. :rolleyes: Hey, you could have both installed by now mate. :)

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suppose you could use hidden sessions .. not exactly sure how its done but you can create multiple iso's and join them using a copy ??.iso + ??.iso to ??.iso command.. like i say im not clued up on the subject :rolleyes: saying that im not sure microsofts super strict EULA allows two copies of windows on the same cd :)

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