Topic: Win7, Win-XP SP3, & WIn Ghost In One DVD
started by: Mirfanghori
Posted by Mirfanghori on Apr. 30 2012,03:30How to make one Bootable DVD For Win7, win xp & winghost
Please help me for this issue
can any one send me iso image for this solution
thanks & Regards
Muhammad Irfan ghori
Posted by balder on Apr. 30 2012,07:01@Mirfanghori
Welcome to Easyboot @Mirfanghori
Quote: "How to make one Bootable DVD For Win7, win xp & winghost"
Well if you used 'Search' in the upper right corner (search both to 'Older' as Newer' to find as many hits as possible you would easily find solution to Win7 and win xp)
Anyway, as this is your first post I'll give some basic help
However, this 'Win Ghost' seems to be a win32 bit-program and must be run in 32-bit environment (may also work in 64-bit environment)
This means you cannot run such application from EasyBoot
I'm also pretty sure you cannot launch setup of 'Win Ghost' as the setup-file I have found so far, is a 32-bit-application that must be launched in a Windows OP-system by simply double-click to setup-file.
Let's get back to Win7 and WinXP
Copy all files and folders from your Win7-source (or extract from ISO-file) to folder disk1 in EasayBoot
Note: folder disk1 is the 'root' in EasyBoot if you wonder
Use menu command in Easyboot menu: run /bootmgr
Copy folder I386 and ident-files (Win51 etcetera depending on what service-pack you have integrated into WinXP) to folder disk1 in EasyBoot
Use menu command in EasyBoot menu: run W2KSECT.BIN
Note: open folder EZBOOT and make sure you have file 'W2KSECT.BIN' in there, it should be in place in folder EZBOOT.
When creating ISO, only check 'Joliet'
Quote: " can any one send me iso image for this solution"
I strongly suggest you create menu entries your self as this is such a easy task - or read @AltairAC awesome tutorial 'The missing manual' (you find it in *Important Topics)
Anyway the link is < HERE >
When you are a more 'sophisticated' user of EasyBoot, you will be happy to find out yourself what can be done (and what cannot be done).
Posted by nikkil on May 01 2012,22:09"When you are a more 'sophisticated' user of EasyBoot, you will be happy to find out yourself what can be done (and what cannot be done)."
We want to make this transition nice and slow.