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I bought 1TB Seagate Backup Plus 2.5 inch
I spit it to 3 partitions : 1st (Fat32) 10gb (save Win7, WinXPSP3,...)
                                     2nd(Fat32) 10gb (save source Win8)
                                     3rd(NTFS) (save data,music,.....)
I use EasyBoot 6.5 use method Write to USB  but EasyBoot not write data
It has stayed at Preparing Data
http://img585.imageshack.us/img585/6750/87x6.png

I think my external hdd not MBR
I test with ScanDisk USB 8Gb it work
Please help me fix it
Thank a lot
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Quote: "Please help me fix it"

Please test using guide-lines in post nr;8  :O
Then in EasyBoot, test using "Burn>>Xpress Boot>>Write New Disk MBR>>USB-HDD (and test also USB-HDD+ for best response)

Note: if you simply use "Burn>>Write (or 'Xpress Boot>>Xpress Write') then EasyBoot tries to wipe out all partitions and create only one partition (which I guess you are not interested to do) :O

So please test following tutorial in post nr;8 - and as told above - 'manually' write EasyBoot MBR-code to your USB harddisk

However there is a different solution to grab if you still having problems - but test above as first option :;):

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@balder
Thank you very much
I will test
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@ForFun

What you are interested is to have a 'EasyBoot-Boot Sector' to your USB harddisk :cool:
Problem is how to implement this without need for format (we do not want format to happen as this wipes out you data on partition one - or even worse - wipes out all partitions) :O

I notice I forgot to mention option: "Burn>>Xpress Boot>>Write New Drive Boot Sector>>EasyBoot" :cool:

Test and see if you can implement 'EasyBoot - Drive Boot sector' using some of above solutions (in this post and post nr;12) :;):

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@balder
Sorry, I'm busy.I reply late
I tested it.
It worked perfect
Thank you very much
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PLEASE, can you help me creating mutiboot dvd containing Win XP SP3 AND Win7 SP1?
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Quote: "can you help me creating mutiboot dvd containing Win XP SP3 AND Win7 SP1?"

Sure (but there already are a lot of tutorials how this is done) :;):

Test this:

The WinXP_sp3 case...

1. Copy (or extract from ISO-file) all folders and files to folder 'disk1' in EasyBoot

2. Rename setup.exe to setupxp.exe (win7 might use the same name to 'setup.exe' which isn't any good idea)

3. In EasyBoot menu use menu command:  run W2KSECT.BIN

But integrating WinXP shouldn't be any problem for you as you already have done that part read post nr;32 HERE
You can use my script 'easyboot-aio.script' to integrate WinXP (using a different folder name instead of I386 which is the original folder name)



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The Win7_sp1 case...

1. Copy (or extract from ISO-file) all folders and files to folder 'disk1' in EasyBoot

2. In EasyBoot menu use menu command:  run \bootmgr

Note: here we now have a small problem as folder name 'support' and some other folder(s) might already be used by WinXP :O
But this is no problem - simply merge files in same folder name!
For example, copy everything from Win7\support to inside of folder 'support' that you already have in EasyBoot\disk1 (you copied folder support to folder 'disk1' already when doing the WinXP case)


When creating ISO in EasyBoot don't tick any particular option (leave these unticked\unchecked) :cool:
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SUCCESS!!!!
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
I KNEW THAT YOU CAN HELP!!!
YOU ARE THE MAN!!!! BILLION THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!
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NB:

Tested only with QUEMU!
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I have tested it in VirtualBox and it works perfectly! But i have another kind of problem!
During the XP setup process, it restart 2 or three times and it's normal but it brings me always the easyboot menu and i should everytime reboot from hdd!
Is there any way to avoid this and set the process to automatic without my intervention?
Please! if you have any idea, let me know!!!!

NB: i suppose the same problem will occur in Se7en installation too!
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