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PostIcon Posted on: Jan. 29 2006,10:07  Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

Dear Xoben,

I had a question which I cannot get any correct answer from anywhere will you please tell

Do you how to add more data to a bootable iso image with not making the ISO currupt, but still making the CD bootable.

I had a bootable 160mb ISO to which i want to add more data to 650 and to burn it on a CD but want the CD bootable.

Is it possible with NERO

Please reply

Thanks in advance :)  :D

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You can do it with an ISO file editing / creating program such as UltraISO for example :
open the file, and the add new one either by drag-and-drop or via the menu, then save it ( best is to save as new file, rather then save, so in case something goes wrong original file is not corrupted !)
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I am also having this problem with images that use ISOLinux, namely memtest86+.  Has anybody been able to fix this problem?

Try to make a floppy image, its works for me  :laugh:

Tell me how to make a floppy image of Memtest86+ 1.65 from Windows? Keep in mind with are dealing with an ISOLinux loader.


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For Acronis products, you can load it by BCDW 2.0:
1) Download a simplified version BCDW 2.0 from http://dw.ezbsys.net/bcdw20.zip
2) Create a new directory at c:\easyboot\disk1, name it as bcdw
3) Open bcdw20.zip, extract bcdw.bin and bcdw.ini to c:\easyboot\disk1\bcdw; extract bcdwldr.bin to c:\easyboot\disk1\ezboot
4) Make an ISO image from bootable CD-ROM by UltraISO, save it to c:\easyboot\disk1\bcdw\mycd.iso
5) Use 'run bcdwldr.bin' to load this ISO

Instructions for adding a secondary ISO entry:
1) Create a new directory BCD1 (exactly 4 characters length) under disk1
2) Extract bcdw.bin and bcdw.ini to this folder, put your ISO image there and modify bcdw.ini as needed
;========================
\BCD1\MYCD1.ISO

[Options]
RootMenu=\BCD1\BCDW.INI
;========================
3) Copy "disk1\ezboot\bcdwldr.bin" to "disk1\ezboot\bcdwldr1.bin"
4) Click 'Tools'->'Replace Text' to replace '\bcdw\' to '\bcd1\' in file "disk1\ezboot\bcdwldr1.bin" (there should be only one occurrence)
5) Use 'run bcdwldr1.bin' to mount

Hello,

I have a problem using Acronis True Image and BCDW utility.
When I add a SECONDARY iso entry, the FIRST and second images of TrueImage not boot, and this error appear:

Error: Cannot load file (code 5555h)
\bcdw\bcdw.bin
(for the first trueimage)

Error: Cannot load file (code 5555h)
\bcd1\bcdw.bin
(for the second one)

Sorry for my bad english...
HELP!!!!  :(

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Hello,

I have a problem using Acronis True Image and BCDW utility.
When I add a SECONDARY iso entry, the FIRST and second images of TrueImage not boot, and this error appear:

Error: Cannot load file (code 5555h)
\bcdw\bcdw.bin
(for the first trueimage)

Error: Cannot load file (code 5555h)
\bcd1\bcdw.bin
(for the second one)

Sorry for my bad english...
HELP!!!!


If you don't mind me suggesting, Just create bif files from the Acronis images you want to use and then use Easyboot to load them.

I am running three different Acronis program files without any issues.

'bootinfotable; run xxxx.bif' would be your run line.

Replace xxxx with bif file name and you will be set.

Tmod


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Thanks Tmod  :D

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I found a little diffirent solution for acronis recovery iso image

Disk director 10 and true image 9.1 server versions boths are installed.Media builder can make one recovery iso image with multi boot.True image full and safe version and Disk director full and safe version.Build one and rename "acro.iso"

I've made one folder for easyboot.name is "boot"
I had downloaded and extracted "bcdw20.zip" file to any folder.Hex editing "bcdw.bin"- "bcdwldr.bin",changing lines "bcdw" to "boot".And editing bdcw.ini like that;

\BOOT\acro.iso

[Options]
RootMenu=\BOOT\ACRO.INI

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Rename  bcdw.ini --> acro.ini
bcdw.bin --> acro.bin
bcdwldr.bin --> acroldr.bin

Copy all files and "acro.iso" to boot folder.iso.Its already contained easyboot files.
Make iso and test.Its working for me without any errors.Except Acronis Startup Recovery Manager.True image can't find "Recovery Manager" folder.I don't know why?


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Ny one try Minipe Xt how to boot in ezb my cd test in virtual PC its show that Cdboot: Could not find ntdlr any idea that problemes
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I am also having this problem with images that use ISOLinux, namely memtest86+.  Has anybody been able to fix this problem?

Try to make a floppy image, its works for me  :laugh:

I want to create bootable USB Flash from DVD/ISO with UBCD4Win, Hiren's Boot CD and many others. I suppose it is not possible because it uses "no emulation mode" is there any easier way than to use GrubUtil (http://www.ezbsystems.com/cgi-bin/ikonboard.cgi?act=ST;f=1;t=2480) ? BTW do you have any experience with adding Paragon Drive Backup to Easy Boot project?
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Hello it.center.eu

You have several options to start acronis products.
The easy way: Start “Bootable Rescue Media Builder” and create ISO file. Copy this to USB device\ ISO folder. Read here about different grub commands: http://www.ezbsystems.com/cgi-bin/ikonboard.cgi?act=ST;f=1;t=2480 (credits to heureka). Command in your case is this:

timeout 0

    root (hd0,0)
    find --set-root --ignore-floppies /iso/acronis.iso
    map /iso/acronis.iso (hd32)
    map --hook
    chainloader (hd32)
    boot

    or loading to memory (run gzip to ISO to speed up loading)

timeout 0

    root (hd0,0)
    find --set-root --ignore-floppies /iso/acronis.iso.gz
    map --mem /iso/acronis.iso.gz (hd32)
    map --hook
    chainloader (hd32)
    boot

Another alternative here: this is used in internal easyboot.iso in my script, download here: http://www.ezbsystems.com/cgi-bin/ikonboard.cgi?act=ST;f=1;t=2576

If using floppy image method you need to practice this:

1) Start Acronis Media Builder and insert your first empty floppy. Let the media builder finish the first diskette and copy the files from the floppy drive to a temporary folder named SOURCE. The thing you will notice is that Windows still have those files in memory so there is no actual reading of the floppy! Ultra reliable and fast!
2) Do the same for the rest of the floppy required for your Acronis product.
3) Use EasyBoot to create a floppy image of the FIRST diskette
4) Use EasyBoot to create a floppy image to the size required by the number of diskettes and use the floppy image you created at step 3 as the SEED image.
5) Open this new oversized floppy image (empty) with WinImage
6) use the INJECT option and add all the files from the SOURCE folder
7) save
8) Now you can run this .IMG with EasyBoot using the following command: RUN XXX.IMG

that's it! No more tampering with diskettes.

             Credits to Incroyable HULK or read here: http://www.ezbsystems.com/cgi-bin/ikonboard.cgi?act=ST;f=1;t=473


The future is already here!

Best wishes from balder


Edited by balder on Oct. 23 2008,16:40

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