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Dear Madar Thanks for your topics (Run several OS setups from one DVD) and (Run Hiren's BootCD 9.9 by EasyBoot) i tryed to make a DVD contains Hiren's bootCD and an english version of windows XPSP2 and other Customized windows XPSP2. The hiren's works but, the two windows didn't works, so please i need ur help with all my thanks .

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Dear shahgul

1.using "ntdetect.com" and "setupldr.bin" from only win 2003 sp1 is essential.
2.use uper cases in names of folders and files you make or change.
3.be sure you have placed files below in root of your dvd :
WIN51
WIN51IP
WIN51IP.SP1
WIN51IP.SP2
note that you should put the above files in in assosiated folders
that you have made for eack xp version.for example in
my example in tutor in ..\\SYS\XPEN\

hope you will do successfully


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Hello,

please see post#2 in http://www.ezbsystems.com/cgi-bin....l=hiren


Quoting xoben between lines:

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>>Adding Windows XP Pro

Here is a step by step instruction for adding Windows XP (English version):
1) Make a folder named 'xpen' under 'c:\easyboot\disk1'
2) Copy 'win51' and 'win51p' (from root directory of original CD) to 'c:\easyboot\disk1'
3) Copy I386 folder to 'c:\easyboot\disk1\xpen'
4) Copy wxp.bat from 'c:\easyboot\resource' to 'c:\easyboot\disk1\xpen', and run it there
5) Copy w2ksect.bin in 'c:\easyboot\disk1\ezboot' to a new file xpen.bin
6) Start EasyBoot, click 'Tools'->'Replace Text', browse file 'c:\easyboot\disk1\ezboot\xpen.bin', and specify 'I386' as "Text to Replace", 'XPEN' as "Replace to", then click 'Replace', 1 occurence should be replaced
7) Do step 6 to 'c:\easyboot\disk1\xpen\setupldr.bin', and replace 'i386' to 'xpen', 4 occurences should be replaced
8) Open 'c:\easyboot\disk1\xpen\txtsetup.sif' by NotePad (or UltraEdit), search for 'SetupSourcePath', and change [SetupSourcePath = "\"] to [SetupSourcePath = "\XPEN"] (not include [])
9) Set the menu item's command as 'run xpen.bin'
10) Save menu file
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which I tried today - and is working.


2 notes:

Note1:
Since I have WinXP+SP2, step 2 is this:

2) Copy 'win51' and 'win51p' and 'win51ip.SP2' if SP2 is included) (from root directory of original CD) to 'c:\easyboot\disk1'

Note2:
I have used Hex-Ed.zip
(http://www.pendriveapps.com/hex-ed-portable-hex-editor/)

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Thank you for your tutorial!

I have one big Problem:
I cannot install both OS from one iso because of formatting issues! :(

- When i create the DVD WITHOUT UDF i can install ONLY XP, but NOT Vista (or Win7) (CDBOOT: Couldn't find BOOTMGR)

-When i create the DVD WITH UDF i can install Vista (and Win7), not NOT XP (NTLDR not found)

I tried different settings for Joilet and all other settings also (in Ultraiso), but none installs both Windows versions.
What are the correct setting for both??
Is there anything else i'm missing?

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Dear shahgul

Please be sure you have done as below:

1_ It is essential using "NTDETECT.COM" and "SETUPLDR.BIN" from just
 sp1 version of  win 2003 ,not other versions.

2_ "NTDETECT.COM" and "SETUPLDR.BIN" should be UPERCASE

3_ Folders ,you make for using XP should be UPERCASE

4_ Files below should be copied to (Root of DVD)  and (Root of all
  folders you make for using XP
)
WIN51
WIN51IP
WIN51IP.SP1
WIN51IP.SP2

5_ If you use XP sp3 you shoud add "WIN51IP.SP3" to files above.

6_ Please make and test each step seperatly


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PostIcon Posted on: Jul. 20 2009,07:17 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

Hello all,

I created MultiBootDVD with the following apps:

Paragon Drive Backup 8.5
Boot from Hard Disk
Insert 1.3.9b
Hiren's Boot CD v9.8
WinXP_SP2_SATAint_SP3int

booting+runnnig of each is ok

But after I added:

Paragon HD Manager 2008 Suite
Ubuntu 9.04

neither Insert nor Paragon Drive Backup 8.5 can run.
It seems as if Ubuntu somehow spoiled the whole DVD.
Can somebody give me a hint?

Thanks and regards,

bozon42


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1. As i know When adding linux based  system,the loader looks
for lowercase names in root. please check Ubuntu 9.04 and paragon
folders to be sure they are lowercase

2.There is a very nice and almost complate notes about linux based
systems by "billonious" in link below:

http://www.ezbsystems.com/cgi-bin/ikonboard.cgi?act=ST;f=1;t=2071


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(madar @ Jul. 20 2009,16:08)
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1. As i know When adding linux based  system,the loader looks
for lowercase names in root. please check Ubuntu 9.04 and paragon
folders to be sure they are lowercase

2.There is a very nice and almost complate notes about linux based
systems by "billonious" in link below:

http://www.ezbsystems.com/cgi-bin/ikonboard.cgi?act=ST;f=1;t=2071

Hello Shirin,

thanks for having look at my mail.

Actually these two sw should not interfere, since

Paragon HD Manager 2008 Suite was running from only one file
paragon.img from ezboot dir
(according to http://www.ezbsystems.com/cgi-bin....aragon)

and ubuntu was copied to disk1 and only ubuntu.bif was put to
ezboot dir.

see: http://www.ezbsystems.com/cgi-bin....=ubuntu

As for paragon Drive Image I followed:
http://www.ezbsystems.com/cgi-bin/ikonboard.cgi?act=ST;f=1;t=1825

and for Insert I followed the same link you mentioned.
==
Remove Tools dir from InsertCD and rename isolinux dir to inslinux.
Copy content of Insert CD to \disk1
use:
bcdw /inslinux/isolinux.bin /inslinux/vmlinuz initrd=/inslinux/miniroot.lz init=/etc/init nomce noapic dma boot_image=insert

+check Joliet
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Hmm, I should maybe repeat the steps once again.

Anyway thanks again.
bozon42


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1_ It is essential using "NTDETECT.COM" and "SETUPLDR.BIN" from just
 sp1 version of  win 2003 ,not other versions.

Hi Madar,
Thank you, i must have overlooked this info.
Unfortunately i don't have access to win2k3 SP1 (Only without SP or with SP2) because we did a complete upgrade of all our server a few weeks ago and the old things where deleted.

I assume it doesn't work with SP2, because i get the message "NTLDR is corrupt." when i try to use the files from SP2. Even with the NTLDR form W2k3 SP2.
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Dear madar,

I tried ur help file to create 1 vista+XPEN+MYXP, i do what is in ur help file 100% but unfortunately i cant boot the two xps, its showing the ntldr is missing.And where i can get the vistaldr.bin, i am searching in ezboot root directory and vista cd and all vista folders.In vista cd only bootmgr only.

so can you help me ASAP.If i do something in wrong step pls let me know. My step by step creating the iso i attached here .
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