The Win7 iso boots fine. It only shows one box per type of sourceReading (attentively) the first post of the thread:http://www.msfn.org/...omusb-with-gui/might give you some ideas, then possibly reading the docs, would further help you.Wonko Back to Cheers MalcB 0 Putting the 'eek'! The HP tool will make it bootable and you can point it to the windows98 bootfiles which it will copy the needed files over for you when formatting it.
What about USB stick version ? Tip: To add the UBCD4WinBuilder.iso file to your Easy2Boot multiboot USB drive, rename the file extension to .isowinv. Posted 05 June 2008 - 02:29 PM Hi MalcB, Did BartPE create an ISO ? Then at steps 7 and 8 I got Error messages.
The error code is 4.
This is usually because of one of two reasons:1.
Join Date Jun 2001 Location Albuquerque, NM USA Posts 14,686 Midknyte--I copied contents of Win 7 SP1 installation disk to C:\XPCD folder.
i have also followed a guide for PXE booting the BarpPE ISO and this gives the error NTDETECT Failed i have been looking in to this now for the last week
Windows® XP CD, with at least Service Pack 1 (SP2 is highly recommended) If your CD does not have SP1 or SP2 included on it you can easily "slipstream" a Service
Peter EDIT: That one in the root of USB is not necessary. Just want to ask if this is about making a selection if you want to do a fresh install winxp or you can select the utilities and check the pc for But when i boot the XP iso i get a bsod 0x7b after the xp boot logo screen. Top shanike81 Post subject: Hello~~Posted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 12:03 pm Joined: Sun May 11, 2008 5:31 pmPosts: 17 I finally solved Windows Recovery Console problem.
I should replace that one with the modified one? After it boots, if grub doesn't start automatically, you just type grub and it will read the menu.lst file and then you can scroll up and down to boot into your I then booted to my installation cd, went into repair and did a chkdsk. http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/topic/303655-pe-builder-invalid-source-path/ Top shanike81 Post subject: Yes....I did....Posted: Tue Jun 03, 2008 4:45 am Joined: Sun May 11, 2008 5:31 pmPosts: 17 I followed henryjfry's instruction, but it was a
I will continue looking after performing chkdsk. I see in your other thread you have made progress with the drives, have you managed to burn a BartPE disk ? 0 ALLAN†††††VirtualBox - fast Virtual PC†††††Erunt - Registry backup Copy all the files from i386 off your xp setup cd into the root of the ubcd (ie /ubcd/i386) (If you just want a bootable recovery console I downloaded one some You will need a 1GB USB drive or larger.
PLEASE HELP ME!!!! After it boots, if grub doesn't start automatically, you just type grub and it will read the menu.lst file and then you can scroll up and down to boot into your My goal is two have one usb boot stick that when i boot it i can choose which one of those to boot. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
Several functions may not work. Note that you must use --mem to load the ISO file or you will get a BSOD 0x0000007B error. reidtel, Feb 10, 2010 #5 reidtel Private E-2 My mistake. Extract the ubcd files from the iso 2.
The HP tool will make it bootable and you can point it to the windows98 bootfiles which it will copy the needed files over for you when formatting it. Jump to content FacebookTwitter Geeks to Go Forum Operating Systems Windows XP, 2000, 2003, NT Welcome to Geeks to Go - Register now for FREE Geeks To Go is a helpful But Windows Setup won't continue to booting up Windows Recovery Console. Register now!
I will also be disconnecting some of my hardware devices and try to reboot also. And I updated the antimalware and antivirus definitions. Note: Jim Nealand reported that he only had R000000000005.clb and R000000000006.clb files, so he copied these and it fixed the problem, so maybe just copying all of these will work?.
Username or email: I've forgotten my password Forum Password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Community Forum Free, supports USB booting out of the box, not as sketchy as BartPE. I haven't had to do this in a long time, so I am going from memory here, but add that to the menu.lst file and after booting off the thumbdrive, load in: Elder Geek Back to top #6 managed managed ☼ Y ☼ N ☼ W ☼ A ☼ Members 8,807 posts Gender:Male Location:Liverpool, England Interests:Computers, Football, Science Fiction.
Only use a true XP CD or one that is slipstreamed properly with only an official Service Pack from Microsoft. Click on Exit to close the application as we are done for now! If not go back, you did something wrong. I then installed Grub4dos.Heres my C:XPCD folder that rmprepusb copies over.Heres my Menu.Lst with a bunch of different parameters ive tried. #hd0 is USB #hd1 is real HDD # note: --mem
This is because when you boot from a USB drive, it is HD0 and the internal HDD will be HD1. http://sourceforge.net/projects/grub4dos http://www.ubcd4win.com/ http://www.pcworld.com/downloads/file/fid,...escription.html Hi i have tried this and no luck, please can someone send me there files IE zip up there bootable USB stick with out the BARTPE.ISO , so Now when I try to start XP it just gives the message: CDBOOT: Couldn't find NTLDRIs there something I can do about this? Ok, I will take your suggestions and give it a try.
Wouldn't that indicate driver issues? This method also works with most XP based ISO files. Do not allow it to search for your XP files (say 'No') and then set the Builder Source path to C:\XPCD Set the Media output to 'Create ISO image' by clicking Any suggestions on what to use to check my drivers.
map --mem /XP.iso (0xff) || map /XP.iso (0xff) map (hd0) (hd1) map (hd1) (hd0) map --hook chainloader (hd0)+1 pause Press ENTER and then unplug this USB drive... Windows 7/8/8.1 ISOs) Downloads Latest RMPrepUSB versions + downloads Sitemap Tutorials, How To's and Guides 01 - How to image a Windows system using a bootable WinPE USB drive My command line under my linux is: Code:mkisofs -input-charset utf-8 -b isolinux/isolinux.bin -o madubcd.iso -no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table -r -l -L -N ubcd That work fine !!!! Go into i386 and delete bootfix.bin (unless you want to hit any key to boot from cd) I'm not sure if you need the WXP files root files on the root
title ecore with firadisk.find --set-root --ignore-floppies --ignore-cd /images/ecore.isomap --mem /firadisk.gz (fd0)map --mem /images/ecore.iso (0xff)map --hookroot (0xff)chainloader (0xff)3.)The closest ive gotten is using YUMI which is another multiboot creator app. I think its something like this for windows: title Widnows find --set-root /minint/setupldr.bin chainloader /minint/setupldr.bin I think on mines its in something like i386, but you want to point grub to Now when I try to start XP it just gives the message: CDBOOT: Couldn't find NTLDRIs there something I can do about this?Hi,use option -N to mkisofs for cancel this message.My if you installed RMPrepUSB.exe to C:\RMPrepUSB then place the file at C:\RMPrepUSB\PEtoUSB\MININT\Registration\R000000000001.clb.
Register now to gain access to all of our features, it's FREE and only takes one minute. You will need a genuine Microsoft XP SP2 or SP3 install CD (Home or Professional). Now, IF he means what I THINK he means, Semi-Colons (over here in the UK) are more commonly called: Inverted Commas Also he mentions navigating to something which requires your licence If it did see below for burning it.
You do not have the correct Mass Storage Drivers present in your XP/BartPE image files and so it cannot detect the USB drive when it switches to protected mode. Back to top #12 Wonko the Sane Wonko the Sane The Finder Advanced user 12987 posts Location:The Outside of the Asylum (gate is closed) ¬† Italy Posted 08 October 2012 -