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PostIcon Posted on: Nov. 02 2008,03:04  Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

this is pretty easy...trust me...

i had made the bart pe file into an img image...

so it safes alots of time when loading...just like how the microsoft's pe works

...wim image+loading...


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Hello samcsli

If I understand you right, you suggest “loading to RAM approach”

Well… yes and no in same time :)  I do agree with you if you have a “high performance” motherboard that uses “true high speed” in “DOS”-USB-mode. But how many users have this kind of motherboards ???

It’s for sure nice, as you point out, to load any “LiveXP” system to RAM and run it from there. But before you can run it from RAM you need to load it to RAM, witch may take 10 minutes depending of size of built and type of motherboard.

My son uses an ASUS motherboard that loads my 210 MB Reatogo build to ram in less than 20 sec and then starts up pretty quick :p
On my own computer with a 2-year-old FoxConn motherboard, it takes more than 10 minutes to start up “LiveXP” (Reatogo) if using “load to ram approach” :(
If I instead choose to use “minint_approach” it takes less than 3 minutes to have “LiveXP” (Reatogo) up and running.

But in the future (when most people) do have “high speed USB motherboards (in DOS-mode)”, everyone should use “RAM-loading approach as first choice :cool:

The future is already here...

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Hello balder

weird....i'd not remember that i did reply this post... infect this is a very old post.....Dec. 24 2003

well...when i sad that putting image files into a img...or compress into any form i did not mean that everything must be packed... from my 64m p2... i'd know better on how to reduce the # ram used and time used...

you just have to img the very basic(i mean very) that is enough to start bpe to the cmd screen... then use bartpe commend to load the second package while the first one is useless and being deleted...

so: xx.img+xx.im2= xxx.img

....when did i reply this post??


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PostIcon Posted on: Mar. 28 2009,03:37 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

@samcsli

Quote” “weird....i'd not remember that i did reply this post” well it just was there, so I replayed :)

Quote: “so: xx.img+xx.im2= xxx.img” Hmmm  ???  I don’t get the full picture :(

Well, I’m still unsure how this method are implemented and what benefits it have.
Could you please create some type of tutorial to describe your method?

I (and most likely) many users in this board would appreciate if you gave us hints how to use this method – please :O

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PostIcon Posted on: May 08 2012,07:25 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

Hello
I want to make 2 different BartPE versions on one DVD. Version 1 has already been inserted in EasyBoot. (Folder structure in "disk1" with boot informations as *.bif). How can I add the second version? The iso variant does not work, then I get a blue screen.

Please excuse my bad English.

Thank you very much.

regards Sebastian


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@seatfriend

Wellcome to Easyboot @seatfriend :)

Quote: "I want to make 2 different BartPE versions on one DVD"

The easiest way to solve this is to run ISO-file as it is from RAM :;):

Download my set of scripts (below in every post I write)
Read carefully 'READ_ME.html' inside folder 'balder' :O

Please copy folder 'balder' to C:\
The 'root' is always the best place to work from!
Also have ISO-file on the root (or into a folder on the 'root')
Please make sure to avoiding spaces in name to ISO-file or folder-name!
Don't use name like: bart pe.iso
Instead use name like this: bart_pe.iso or bartpe.iso (no spaces in names please)

Note: if you run Vista\Win7\Win8 or server-2008 you must lower UAC (User-Account-Control) to lowest setting while run scripts.
Script use command-line tools inside scripts which is stopped if you have UAC set to 'Normal' or higher setting :(

If run scripts is WinXP everything works smooth - no problem with that stupid UAC

Then use 'easyboot-iso.script' to integrate one of your BartPE-builds (use the smallest ISO-file)
Note: check 'Run ISO from RAM' in script, when you integrate WinPE based on NT5-systems (Windows-2000\WinXP\Server-2003 is typical NT5-systems that all uses folder I386)

You automatically receive the right menu command to use in Easyboot menu (copy and paste into EasyBoot menu and that's it!) :cool:

Attention! Above solution only works from CD\DVD-unit and not from USB device
However, I have a working solution how to run ISO-file from USB device as well, just in case you are interested to run EasyBoot from USB as well!


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Is it really possible to convert BartPE file to an image file?
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@celavey

Welcome to EasyBoot @celavey :)

Quote: "Is it really possible to convert BartPE file to an image file?"

I cannot fully follow what you mean or the purpose with the question of yours ???

You can rename a ISO-file to let's say *.ima or *.img and you can still launch such ISO in EasyBoot or with using grub :cool:

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