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thanks and i really appreciate ur thinking but hiren has windows password reset... live xp  and many softwares... and many more features..... and i didnt used Active boot or erd or linux (ubuntu) ever... and what is udf format problem???? i know the iso format :p
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Quote: "it will exceed 4.2GB i think... what problems will it create"

You need UDF to large builds and if you need to tick 'Joliet' (needed if having knoppix in build) 'Joliet' doesn't work :(

Accept that large builds create problems as long as EasyBoot doesn't have full support to the UDF-format :O

As you can notice; The need of UDF 'kills' the 'Joliet-switch' - it's a kind of moment-22 ???

Some interesting notes:

HERE and HERE

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what does joliet means??? how it works????
as i said i m new at easyboot... is there any video or anything... i m looking for instructions for every option how to use :(
i know i m asking for really very hard work......
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PostIcon Posted on: Nov. 01 2013,12:38 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

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Well you really don't need to know everything in detail about 'Joliet' but basically you must tick 'Joliet' if having Knoppix in build :cool:

But some basic knowledge about 'Joliet' is its primary focus with the relaxation of the filename restrictions inherent with full ISO 9660 compliance.

Or with an simple language: Joliet makes it possible (or easier) to use longer filenames :cool:
Compare with DOS that accept only 8 letters to a file or folder name ???
If you use longer name in DOS name is truncated (tail-docked)

Example: If you want a long file name to a folder in DOS - let's say 'muhammad15' it is showed in DOS like this: 'muhamma~' (as you can see 7 letters plus '~' that makes it 8 letters in total length)

About Joliet...
The role is; use 'Joliet' if having knoppix (or similar linux-build) in your build
And remember that 'Joliet' most likely fail to function if using UDF (which must be used when having size over let's say 4.2 GB or something) :cool:

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ok thank you very much... look like my all problems are completely solved.....
incase in future i got any problems... i'll contact u... or come to this topic... thnx...
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i made a multiboot
1. windows xp sp3 ( 650MB)
2. Windows 8.1 pro (2.7GB)
3.Ubuntu 12.4 (704MB)
total = 4.03GB
all is working fine... but when i boot windows 8.1 by pressing 2 and enter....
error comes:-
CD BOOT memory overflow Error...

xp and ubuntu is booting... only 8.1 error....? whats that ?
i extracted all files of ubuntu and 8.1  and xp only i386 folder and winip files...
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PostIcon Posted on: Dec. 07 2013,07:32 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

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Quote: "CD BOOT memory overflow Error..."

This can be caused by a lot of different parameters - hard to tell from where I'm sitting :cool:

However some basic questions:

1. Have you run setup of Win8.1 from the 'original' DVD (did it worked then?)

2. Test with only having Win 8.1 in build (to reduce size of build)

3. And test suggestion-2 with and without ticking 'Joliet'
Note: you can use DVD-RW to not spoil anything

4. Use a USB stick (you need 4GB or larger stick) and reboot
Note: you can interrupt setup of Win8.1 to not destroy your OP-system on harddisk
This is only to see if problem is solved when run from USB stick :O

What happens with above suggestions?

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PostIcon Posted on: Dec. 07 2013,09:40 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

yes i have run setup of Win8.1 from the 'original' DVD it worked nice... and i make multiboot dvd also with using magic iso... but when i make multiboot with easyboot
error comes.... CD BOOT memory overflow Error..."


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2. Test with only having Win 8.1 in build (to reduce size of build)



yes i test with only having Win 8.1... still same problem.... its not making a bootable also...
and i didnt ticked that joliet because u told me not to use...

and i m not formating my own pc.... i m using that image file on VMware-workstation-full-10.0.0-1295980.exe

is anything that i forgot to mention???
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PostIcon Posted on: Dec. 07 2013,10:09 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

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Quote: "is anything that i forgot to mention?"

No that's enough information for the moment :;):

Test this (I know it sounds odd ??? ):

1. Create your build as you did in post nr;16 (push only 'Save' in EasyBoot but don't create ISO)

2. Launch UltraISO and create ISO (using all files from inside of folder 'disk1' in EasyBoot)
Note: use 'loader.bin' from folder EZBOOT as boot-file in UltraISO

How did that works out :cool:

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i did as u told me.... but same error occured
cdboot: memoryflow error
i think easyboot cant make windows 8.1 bootable...

but i tried magic iso ( made in 2009) its working with multibootable too....
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