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hello i m newbie and new to easyboot... i want to make a multiboot dvd in which windows 7 sp1 and eset rescue i want....
but windows 7 and eset rescue have same files..... and they replace... it.... and its working only 1 i mean only windows 7.....
can any 1 help me????
i want the easiest method to make it...
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PostIcon Posted on: Oct. 31 2013,16:41 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

@muhammad15

Wellcome to EasyBoot @muhammad15 :)  

Quote: "i want to make a multiboot dvd in which windows 7 sp1 and eset rescue"

It seems you already are clear how to fix the Win7 case, so I chose to show how to solve the Eset rescue ISO case :cool:

You are right that Eset use same folder-names as Win7 do (these two systems are both based on NT6-systems)
This makes it impossible to have both systems in the root-folder of EasyBoot (folder 'disk1' is the root in EasyBoot if you wonder)

Instead you can use the Eset rescue ISO-file as it is
(Note: you cannot use the same solution to Win7 - in that case you must have all files and folders from Win7 in folder 'disk1')

Test this to Eset rescue ISO-file:

1. Copy Eset rescue ISO-file to folder EZBOOT

2. Create menu command in EasyBoot menu and use menu command:  run eset.iso  (or whatever name you use to Eset ISO-file)

Note: Eset rescue ISO-file is basically a 'WinPE-system' and is loaded and run from RAM (which makes it possible for EasyBoot to launch ISO-file as it is)

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PostIcon Posted on: Oct. 31 2013,17:27 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

well... i tried and it works ;) thankyou!!!

and how can i have a multiboot DVD of windows xp 32 bit and 64 bit ???
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PostIcon Posted on: Nov. 01 2013,01:59 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

@muhammad15

Quote: "and how can i have a multiboot DVD of windows xp 32 bit and 64 bit "
Yes this is possible :)

Note: there are an tutorial in EasyBoot help-file how this can be done, but that tutorial works for WinXP without service-packs and only for English WinXP :O

Better up is to use my script 'easyboot-aio.script' :D
You have download below in every post I write in this forum

Download scripts (it's a zip-file) and extract zip-file to C:\
Read carefully READ_ME.html inside folder 'balder' :p

Use easyboot-aio.script to integrate different WinXP-sources :cool:

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i downloaded ur script ... and i m new at easyboot forum and software also.....
and which other iso i can use directly like eset.iso?????
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PostIcon Posted on: Nov. 01 2013,03:28 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

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Quote: "and which other iso i can use directly like eset.iso"
But your request was: "and how can i have a multiboot DVD of windows xp 32 bit and 64 bit"

You are asking two different things here ???
Note: to be clear, you CANNOT use ISO-file of WinXP to launch setup - you must have files and folders from respectively system on the root of EasyBoot (but use my script 'easyboot-aio.script' to modify source to run from an extra folder on the root of EasyBoot if your intension is to have several winxp in build).
There is also a 'help-button' in script that give some basic help how to use script :cool:

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About this: " and which other iso i can use directly like eset.iso"

You can run a lot of ISO-files as they are :)
Here you have a basic list:

All WinPE-ISO-files based on NT6-systems (NT6-systems are Vista, Win7, Win8 and server-2008) typically examples is Eset, ActiveBoot Disk (from version 5) and all versions of MsDart (MsDart60, MsDart65, MsDart70 etcetera)
It's easy to see if ISO can be run directly (run ***.iso) by open ISO-file (use UltraIso) - if you have folders like: SOURCES and BOOT and a file BOOTMGR then it is a WinPE based on NT6 which means you can launch ISO as it is

ATTENTION! You CANNOT launch setup of Win7 or Win8 from there respectively ISO-files (you need to have files on the 'root' in EasyBoot which is folder 'disk1') :O

You can launch all different Acronis-rescue-ISO-files and in most cases also paragon-ISO-files (note: paragon can be a slow process to launch)

You can also launch ERD (ERD is a WinPE based on NT5-system and NT5 is Win2000, WinXP server-2003)
However to launch such WinPE built from a NT5-source you need to use my script: 'easyboot-ISO.scrip' which creates special environment to run ISO from RAM with special driver ('firadisk) that script automatically implement in your build (you also receive correct menu command to use in EasyBoot menu by script) :;):

regards balder


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PostIcon Posted on: Nov. 01 2013,04:41 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

thanks u cleared my xp doubt....
ATTENTION! You CANNOT launch setup of Win7 or Win8 as examples from there respectively ISO-files (you need to have files on the 'root' in EasyBoot which is folder 'disk1') :O

is that means i cant make windows 7 and windows 8 multiboot dvd????

thnx...
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Quote: "is that means i cant make windows 7 and windows 8 multiboot dvd?"

Yes this is a problem as Win7 and Win8 uses same folder name on the 'root' ???
Further more, even we could solve this, you create new problems with the final size to such build :O
It seems EasyBoot have problem if final build exceeds 4.2 GB in size :(

Note: There are some limits related to the UDF-format - READ HERE

Further more if build is larger than 4.7 GB it even doesn't fit into a 'standard' DVD - you must use double-sided-DVD

Take it 'as a man' - large build (with sizes over 4 GB) creates problems - accept this :)
Better is to use USB stick in such cases
In fact - I predict that in less then 5 years DVD is used in less than 5 percent of this cases - CD\DVD is a dinosaur - USB stick\harddrive is the future

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PostIcon Posted on: Nov. 01 2013,06:32 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

yup but i m going to make a multiboot dvd like this...
1 windows7 sp1 32 bit (2.34GB)
2 windows xp sp3 with sata (700MB)
3 hiren boot (600MB)
4 ESET RESCUE (226MB)
5 boot from hdd...

it will exceed 4.2GB i think... what problems will it create??? any idea?


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Quote: "it will exceed 4.2GB i think... what problems will it create"

My guess is that it creates problem the UDF-format problem most likely pops up :(

If I where your, I would skip HIREN ???
Hiren is much overrated - instead use ActiveBoot Disk-5 (it has Ghost_v11 integrated as example)
Or have ERD-commander (ERD5) in build :cool:
Or a small Linux-distro to access files so you can save files if your system refuse to start :O

Try to keep build less than 4.2 GB in size - which may end in that you must skip some of above and only have Win7, WinXP ans ESET (if possible) in the final build :;):

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