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Plz anyone write the correct steps

thanks in advance


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Quote: "Plz anyone write the correct steps"

WinXP is described all over EasyBoot forum so it really is not that hard to find :O
Anyway use these simple steps:

1. Copy all files and folders from source of WinXP_sp2 (or extract from ISO-file) to folder disk1

2. Use menu command in EasyBoot menu:  run W2KSECT.BIN  
Note: check that you do have file 'W2KSECT.BIN' in folder EZBOOT it should be there

Don't tick anything when creating ISO in EasyBoot (I mean don't tick Joliet' etcetera as it isn't needed)

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The  Win8_X86_X64 case

You must find a 'complete source' (a ISO-file that we usually call AIO All-In-One) that already has Win8_x86 and Win8_x64 slipstreamed together

Read typically example HERE

1. When ISO-file has been correctly created, you simply copy all files and folders (or extract from ISO-file) to folder disk1

2. Use menu command in EasyBoot menu:  run /bootmgr

Don't tick anything when creating ISO in EasyBoot (I mean don't tick Joliet' etcetera as it isn't needed)
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PostIcon Posted on: Mar. 03 2013,07:08 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

plz give me complete step

i m novice about easyboot


can we delete all file present in ezboot folder first or not becoz it contain bootmgr & win8 iso also contain bootmgr


my xp sp2 iso doesnot contain w2ksect.bin where it present

i dont understand what balder script contain


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Quote: "can we delete all file present in ezboot folder first"
No you cannot
Sorry, I was  a little bit confused :p  when I wrote tutorial in post nr;2
I have changed to the correct procedure (it's to folder 'disk1' you copy files and folders when creating 'setup'-procedure to WinXP and Win8)
This also means you don't need to delete anything inside folder EZBOOT :;):

Quote: "i dont understand what balder script contain"

You don't need my collection of script to solve this issue - so leave those for the moment :cool:

You are recommended to read the excellent 'missing manual' written by @AltairAC
Read HERE

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I have succsessfully built win8 + win xpsp2 multiboot dvd

its not /bootmgr for win8 it only run bootmgr i delete the previous bootmgr which is present in ezboot folder then cut the bootmgr from disk1 folder then paste it in ezboot folder & i succeded



what will be written run ....... for win xp sp3

I want to make multiboot of winxpsp2 + winxpsp3+ win7


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Quote: "its not /bootmgr for win8 it only run bootmgr"

Hmmm... I disagree ???
You can for sure use folder EZBOOT and use menu command:  run bootmgr
But recommended is to copy files and folders to folder 'disk1' and use menu command:  run /bootmgr

Note: I tested for a couple of minutes ago Win8 and it worked correctly :cool:
Anyway - most important is that you solved it your self - well done :;):
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Quote: "I want to make multiboot of winxpsp2 + winxpsp3+ win7"

Yes this is possible to achieve

You already know how to solve Win7 (read in post nr; 2)

To solve WinXP I recommend to test my script 'easyboot-aio.script'

Read carefully 'READ_MEhtml' in folder 'balder' before you start using scripts

Important note: if run Win7 or Win8, then set UAC (User-Account-Controll) to lowest level - otherwise scripts halts (it is well described in 'READ_ME.html')
You can also push to 'Help' in script for more information...

Scripts automatically creates a new setup-folder with the name you set in textbox in script
You don't need to use the 'manually section' (only used if you decide to do the whole process manually as described in 'The missing manual' HERE

Note: avoid using spaces in name to files and folders (or to any path or location) as scripts can not work correctly if it finds a space in such path or name to file\folder

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The PCLoginNow case
I have a solution for that as well - but by some reason you removed that request while I was looking for a solution ???
If you still are interesting I do have a solution for PCLoginNow :)

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if u know how to add pc login now then tell the step

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Quote: "if u know how to add pc login now then tell the step"

That PCLoginNow_Full.iso I have found is close to 60 MB in size (to make sure we use the same ISO-file)

Easiest way to include this ISO is to use 'frugal solution' which is this way:

1. Open PCLoginNow_Full.iso with your favourite ISO edit-program (I use UltraISO to open such files)

2. Extract files; 'LIVECD.' and file 'ROOT.DAT' to folder disk1 (folder 'disk1' is the root in EasyBoot if you wonder)

3. Copy PCLoginNow_Full.iso to folder EZBOOT

4. Use menu command in EasyBoot menu:  run PCLoginNow_Full.iso

5. Create ISO as usual in EasyBoot

Optionally you can delete file 'ROOT.DAT' inside ISO-file as we now have that file on the 'root' in EasyBoot
This makes ISO-file much less in size - not needed - only an option :;):

Note: PCLoginNow_Full.iso has some peculiarities ???
It didn't work when run in 64-bit hardware - but worked correctly when run in 32-bit hardware
Perhaps my 64-bit hardware has some ' peculiarities ' and is an exception - I don't know :p
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DEAR BALDER

NOW ALL WORKS GREAT

BUT PCLOGIN NOW NOT RUN

I TEST IT ON MICROSOFT VIRTUAL PC


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Quote: "XP SP3 NOT WORKING WHILE XPSP2 & WIN7 WORKS PERFECTLY"

What method did you use to include WinXP_sp3 ???
Did you do it manually or using script ???
Note: script never fails :O
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