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9 Aug 2007
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Saving Changes to LiveXP Image
I'm looking for a way to save any changes made during a LiveXP (or nativeEx) boot 'session'. So, for example, after booting to an ISO with qEmu Manager (or qemumenu.bat) I make some configuration changes, install some app's etc. and then close the session; ALL those changes are lost, even though the OS is perfectly capable of saving my changes! There must be a way to save those changes to a new ISO so that the next time I boot this project, I'm not back to square 1. I suppose the real question is, how do you create an ISO 'backup' image of the current state OS as it exists on the virtual disk? If I can get that piece of the puzzle, the rest is easy thumbsup.gif

2 Aug 2007
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Opera crashes in nativePE!
I have a nice nativePE_RAM build, everything working great; I added Intel driver script to enable my net adapter and everything looks good in device mngr, PE mngr, ipconfig pings fine etc. Problem seems to be Opera; whenever I open the browser, I see Google load for 1 second and then Opera closes. I'm looking at trying a differant browser but thought I'd post here to see if anyone has any ideas wink.gif

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31 Jul 2007
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USB mouse drivers for nativeEx
I have a working nativeEx project with full network support (thanks to Peter) but doesn't recognize my cordless USB mouse when booting from CD sad.gif . For anyone who has one of these technological marvels, you know it's not just a frivolous extravagance: it's a necessity! rolleyes.gif. So I would like to find a script to add the necessary drivers to get this mouse movin'! I'm sure this is doable as I have many other boot CDs that support this mouse and the cordless keyboard (same cordless USB setup) works fine! Even my floppy boots recognize it! I think it's just a matter of finding or modifying a script for these drivers; something I would love to be able to do myself but don't know where to start. So if there's anyone with any knowledge of how to modify or build a script of this type that wants a challenge, I'll be the hardware tester! cheers.gif

Here's the drivers that this baby uses:
Attached File  hidmsdrvrs.JPG ( 43.8K ) Number of downloads: 19

Any thoughts, ideas, links, direction, advice (positive) is welcome! Thanks all thumbsup.gif
24 Jul 2007
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LiveXP BSOD w\ No Errors in Log
OK, first post (please don't flame me unsure.gif ) I'll try to include pertinent info and a little background... I'm trying to build a LiveXP CD w\ WinBuilder072 on a Dell P3, 933MHz w\ 512MB RAM, running WinXP Pro SP2 on a Fat32 C: drive but I've also tried it on an NTFS (non Active part w\ same results - Does it have to be Active?). I'm currently using SP2 source files that I've patched with SP1 (retail CD's) This, along with minor script edits has eliminated all errors from previous logs (see log1 & 2 attached) but, alas has brought me full circle to the same BSOD that I've received so many times before with other attempts. "STOP: c000021a {Fatal System Error} The Session Manager Initialization system process terminated unexpectedly with a status of 0xc0000034 ... " I don't know where to go from here as there are NO errors in the latest log! (see log3 attached) I could give a LOT more info but I'll wait for questions and ANY help or suggestions will be GREATLY appreciated! Thanks in advance.

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