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FiraDisk (0.0.1.22)
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QUOTE (erwan.l @ Jun 16 2010, 03:38 AM) *
it reallly looks like my disk image loads my local windows.

Long shot, try a
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map (hd0) (hd1)
map /win.img (hd0)
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Hirens Boot CD and NVIDIA nForce Ethernet Driver
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Posted on: Jun 13 2010, 08:53 AM


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No warez support.
  Forum: Windows PE · Post Preview: #102218 · Replies: 2 · Views: 125

RAM load part of a file
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QUOTE (maanu @ Jun 5 2010, 08:57 PM) *
you mean a windows pe iso can also be booted to ram PARTIALLY ? but i suppose it got to be simple PE , not the WIMBOOT based or BOOTSDI based , because the pe is packed all in one file in this . or am i missing something ?

Idea was a flat file ISO image.
RAM load core boot file (I386), run PE, mount full CD/ISO image (programs) and read files from CD/ISO image next.

What about a disk image with empty sectors at end?
RAM load only first part with used sectors.


Actually RAM loading parts offers a lot of possibilities.

Random ideas:

Basic usage: Burn ISO image to CD. Boot from CD.

RAM load part of CD. Boot from RAM. Mount whole CD, continue booting.
Or RAM load part of CD. Boot from RAM. Mount programs from USB. Continue booting.

Boot from USB:
much RAM: load whole PE to RAM
low RAM: load core boot part to RAM. Mount missing parts at boot.

Load filesystem and data part independent.
Turn a real CD to a hard disk image in RAM
Create a file containing a fake FAT filesystem. RAM load CD. dd filesystem file to RAM.

Boot the loop 2: use two ISO9600 filesystems.

Or Kansas City Shuffle without a image file at USB1.1 speed BIOS.
Partition and format a USB stick. Copy sorted files to USB stick, copy boot files first.
RAM load first part of USB stick. Chainload setupldr.bin.
First part are read from RAM disk, USB 2.0 drivers are loaded.
Booting finish using USB stick at USB2.0 speed.
  Forum: Grub4dos · Post Preview: #101780 · Replies: 9 · Views: 539

RAM load part of a file
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QUOTE (tinybit @ Jun 1 2010, 12:19 PM) *
In this example, even no virtual cdrom is required. Only a piece of memory at 32M is used as a temp space for the ISO.
Thanks, that's awesome. Yes, this works.

Addional there are examples with a virtual cdrom.

General approach: continuous or fragmented ISO file, low RAM usage.
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title Slax\n Slax Core 6.1.2 - partial map --mem
write 0x10000 0
map /slax/slax-6.1.2.iso (0xff) || write 0x10000 1
#4x 3727 cd sectors = 14908 md sector = 7632896 bytes
read 0x10000 && map --mem (md)0x10000+14908 (0xff)
map --hook
read 0x10000 && dd if=()/slax/slax-6.1.2.iso of=(0xff) bs=7632896 count=1
root (0xff)
kernel /boot/vmlinuz from=/slax/slax-6.1.2.iso ramdisk_size=6666 root=/dev/ram0 rw autoexec=xconf;telinit~4
initrd /boot/initrd.gz


And there are virtual cdrom drivers firadisk/WinVBlock.
Idea: load PE part to RAM. Boot PE and mount whole disc.

Anyway the dd RAM approach offers a lot of possibilities.
Thanks to the Finder.
  Forum: Grub4dos · Post Preview: #101597 · Replies: 9 · Views: 539

RAM load part of a file
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Posted on: May 31 2010, 08:49 PM


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Given a sorted image file: all boot data are in front of media.

Example:
Slax 6.1.2 boot directory use 3727 sectors.
First level booting use 3727 sectors.

Imagine a fragmented file slax-6.1.2.iso at USB stick
'map --mem slax-6.1.2.iso' does load whole file to RAM.
Kernel and initrd are read from RAM disk.
But next file slax-6.1.2.iso is read from USB stick. That's a waste of time and waste of RAM.

At ISO file boot there is no need to load whole ISO image to RAM.
It's sufficient to load 3727 sectors to RAM.

Given a continuous file (working example loading 3727 sectors):
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map /slax/slax-6.1.2.iso (0xFE)
map --hook
map --mem (0xFE)+3727 (0xFF)
map --hook
root (0xFF)
kernel /boot/vmlinuz from=/slax/slax-6.1.2.iso ramdisk_size=6666 root=/dev/ram0 rw autoexec=xconf;telinit~4
initrd /boot/initrd.gz



How to RAM load first part of a fragmented file?

This fails
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map --mem (/slax/slax-6.1.2.iso)+3727 (0xFE)
Error 23: Error while parsing number


Or a special fake multi session file, load middle part of a file
CODE
map --mem (multi_session.iso)1234+3727 (0xFE)
  Forum: Grub4dos · Post Preview: #101291 · Replies: 9 · Views: 539

A tool like this exists ? (more like clonedisk)
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Posted on: May 19 2010, 08:37 PM


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QUOTE (maanu @ May 19 2010, 08:35 PM) *
i got the idea now i guess, dont stress the failing hdd

Yes, this is the main idea.
First decide: are there any importand files to recover?

No: just thrash the broken hard disk.

Yes: imagine there is ONE possiblity to read the files.
Purchase a second hard disk, boot Knoppix and launch dd_rescue.
http://www.forensicswiki.org/wiki/Dd_rescue
http://paulski.com/zpages.php?id=1913
Clone the hard disk. Rescue data at copy hard disk.

  Forum: Windows 2K/XP/2003 · Post Preview: #100579 · Replies: 8 · Views: 672

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Posted on: May 17 2010, 08:03 PM


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Yes, adjust ENUM permissions to get access at all machines.
Or ask a WB developer to adjust WB.

No tested: copy permissions from ControlSet001 to ENUM.

Sunincal can do this:
Compare, slightly different conditions:
http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?s=&...st&p=159987
http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?showtopic=23424
  Forum: NaughtyPE · Post Preview: #100385 · Replies: 9 · Views: 507

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QUOTE (MedEvil @ May 17 2010, 12:57 AM) *
then it should be impossible to edit any hive on another machine and use it during boot on the original machine again. Shouldn't it?

ControlSet001 get permission to group admin and user system, owner group admin.

ENUM is a special branch: default windows set special permissions
At WB permissions goes to current local user and user system, owner current local user.

At another machine a user with admin permission may open ControlSet001, but ENUM is protected.
A booted PE with system permission can open ENUM.
  Forum: NaughtyPE · Post Preview: #100378 · Replies: 9 · Views: 507

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Posted on: May 16 2010, 09:23 PM


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QUOTE (MedEvil @ May 16 2010, 09:49 PM) *
How can some keys have this problems an others don't? They are all created by WB. Shouldn't that mean, that they are all created with the same permissions?

Do you have some ENUM examples?
How do you add ENUM keys?
Do you add .reg files? Do you process .script files?

Did you used temp files from a previous build?

How does WB create ENUM keys?
Does WB use a windows api?
Does windows api set permission defaults to a local account?
Which permissions does exist at ENUM key?

@Sha0
At XP machines I prefer sc.exe to launch application at system account
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%SystemRoot%\system32\sc.exe delete SystemCmd >nul
%SystemRoot%\system32\sc.exe create SystemCmd binpath= "%SystemRoot%\system32\cmd.exe /c pushd %~dps0 & start Builder.exe" type= own type= interact >nul
%SystemRoot%\system32\sc.exe start  SystemCmd >nul
%SystemRoot%\system32\sc.exe delete SystemCmd >nul
  Forum: NaughtyPE · Post Preview: #100317 · Replies: 9 · Views: 507

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A admin dosn't have full permisssions.
But a admin may grant permissions himself.

Take ownership of ENUM keys first.
Change permisssions next.
  Forum: NaughtyPE · Post Preview: #100296 · Replies: 9 · Views: 507

Error booting LiveXP and UBCD4Win in a multiboot dvd
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QUOTE (Dr.Lo @ May 14 2010, 09:26 PM) *
I havent asked any "warez" support

Naming is a advertisement and a kind of supporting warez usage.

QUOTE (Dr.Lo @ May 14 2010, 09:26 PM) *
nor I'm using any "warez" stuff.

Well, read your previous post again.
  Forum: The Syslinux Project · Post Preview: #100169 · Replies: 10 · Views: 611

Error booting LiveXP and UBCD4Win in a multiboot dvd
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No Warez support. mad.gif
  Forum: The Syslinux Project · Post Preview: #100152 · Replies: 10 · Views: 611

Error booting LiveXP and UBCD4Win in a multiboot dvd
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Yes, file system ISO9660:1999 and Rock Ridge without permissions is prefered at a multi boot DVD.
Joliet does limit file name length at a PE.

The missing setupdd.sys may be another reason.

Which ISO image file size do you get?

Which multi boot parts do you add to DVD?

Which folder and files does exist at DVD root?

You may use mkisofs version from LiveXP or UBCD4Win too.
UBCD4Win does create a sorted ISO image. Use this a as a sort example.

In addition official mkisofs version ignore case a sort nowadays too.
AN-2.01.01a78
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- Schily fnmatch() now supports FNM_IGNORECASE
  Forum: The Syslinux Project · Post Preview: #100119 · Replies: 10 · Views: 611

mkISOfs fails to make .iso [resolved, that problem...]
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Why do you use a full path now? All previous examples did use a relative path.
Use a relative path.

Read the manpage
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-b eltorito_boot_image
Specifies the path and filename of the boot image to be used when making an "El Torito" bootable CD. The pathname must be relative to the source path specified to mkisofs.


And remember: \ is a special char. / does differ a directory
Do NOT use \ at eltorito_boot_image name.
  Forum: Win7PE · Post Preview: #98561 · Replies: 55 · Views: 3,944

mkISOfs fails to make .iso [resolved, that problem...]
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QUOTE (M. Safdar)
Is there any issue of mkisofs.exe version? I am using the downloaded version of Windows 7 DVD containing both x86 and x64 bits.
Which version did you download? Do you have a link?
Which project do you use? Name one example and a link.

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-b"boot\ETFSBOOT.COM"

The name is importand. This includes the path.
Does exist a directory boot, Boot, BOOT or another one at hard disk?

\ is a special char. / does differ a directory

According to manpage there is a space after -b

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-boot-load-size 4
That's a design error.
A Windows 7 boot sector is 4kb, that's 8 virtual sectors to load.
-boot-load-size 4 does load the half file only. Hence the "CDBOOT: couldn't find NTLDR".
Just remove the -boot-load-size option. Mkisofs load whole file by default.

If exist a directory and file boot\ETFSBOOT.COM, then use
CODE
-b boot/ETFSBOOT.COM


QUOTE (psc)
To your question of mkisofs version: I do not know what version you have.
This raise another question: Which mkisofs.exe version does nativeex distribute?
Do you use a GPL verison without sources still?
http://www.boot-land.net/forums/?showtopic=4919

Version seems to be http://bbs.wuyou.com/viewthread.php?tid=121213

Sources could be a mix from
http://ftp.riken.go.jp/pub/pub/Linux/turbo...-2.01-1.src.rpm
and
http://www.wolfgang-brinkmann.de/bcdw_e.html
or
http://fy.chalmers.se/~appro/linux/DVD+RW/...tcd.ru-src.diff

Anyway I haven't found used source code. Can another user help?

QUOTE (psc)
Trial #1: can you post a (complete) log of an unsuccessful build?
Yes, a complete log file would be nice.

And can you redirect mkisofs output to a file. Output display nice error messages.
Or write log messages to a file:
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mkisofs -log-file log.txt
  Forum: Win7PE · Post Preview: #98444 · Replies: 55 · Views: 3,944

mkISOfs fails to make .iso [resolved, that problem...]
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QUOTE (M. Safdar @ Apr 14 2010, 07:20 PM) *
here is the 4-iso.script file I am using, It answers all of your questions.

Well, some files are based on windows source files.
A default Windows 7 use file name etfsboot.com.
A edited Windwos 7 (OEM?) may use ETFSBOOT.COM.
Local used source files makes a difference.

QUOTE
please help to make this script work.
Any script developer out there to step in?

QUOTE
Again, My created script 11-oscdimg.script is working fine.

Thanks, that's fine. I don't doubt this.
However oscdimg is part of WAIK, not part of a installation Windows 7 DVD.

Which project do you use at all?
  Forum: Win7PE · Post Preview: #97967 · Replies: 55 · Views: 3,944

mkISOfs fails to make .iso [resolved, that problem...]
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QUOTE (M. Safdar @ Apr 14 2010, 07:14 PM) *
FileRename,%TargetDir%\%BootSect%,%TargetDir%\%BootSect% in [NormalCD] and [CompatibleCD] sections bu still it is not working. again 34kb ISO file..... sad.gif
Did you rename file?
Does exist a default %BootSect% "Boot/etfsboot.com" ?
Which setting do you use at %TargetDir% ?
Which setting goes to %BootSect% ?
Does exist relating file?

Which mkisofs command line do you use?
Which file names dose exist at hard disk?
  Forum: Win7PE · Post Preview: #97949 · Replies: 55 · Views: 3,944

mkISOfs fails to make .iso [resolved, that problem...]
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QUOTE (M. Safdar @ Apr 13 2010, 10:10 PM) *
after mucch research i found that mkisofs.exe works only with Windows XP builds using bootsect.bin as boot loader.
No, that's not true. Other boot loaders are possible.

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but when it is used with Windows7/Vista builds using ETFSBoot.Com is creates a 34kb ISO file.
Windows7/Vista eftsboot.com is possible at mkisofs.
However as indicated already: NAME IS CASE SENSITIVE: ETFSBoot.Com and etfsboot.com are different names.
Adjust file case at hard disk, or adjust file case at command line: use the same name.

EDIT by psc: made important information BOLD and UPPERCASE.
  Forum: Win7PE · Post Preview: #97897 · Replies: 55 · Views: 3,944

livexp and dvd UDF
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QUOTE (schumy @ Apr 7 2010, 11:25 PM) *
udf not works
Did you start the udf driver?
Or configure script to automatic start?

@Lancelot
The BartPE plugin was created in december 2003. http://www.911cd.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=4004
Works as designed still. But may be not too end user friendly.

A more end user approach
CODE
[SourceDisksFiles]
UDFS.SYS=4

[SetValue]
"txtsetup.sif","SourceDisksFiles","100,,,,,,,4,0,0,,1,4"
"txtsetup.sif","FileSystems.Load","udfs", "udfs.sys"
"txtsetup.sif","FileSystems","udfs", """Universal Disk File System"""
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CloneDisk
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QUOTE (erwan.l @ Mar 28 2010, 10:26 PM) *
Can you explain more : "set MountedDevices\DosDevices, previous windwos drive letter and USB DosDevices value".

A example: current windows use letter D:
Copy the previous posted batch to %SystemRoot% at offline windows: setDrive.cmd

Run the batch:
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setDrive.cmd D:
  Forum: Project forge · Post Preview: #96643 · Replies: 124 · Views: 16,806

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Or write a unicode string to make it more (less) readable.

CODE
title bootmgr "BC1"
map --mem /bootmgr (rd)
write --offset=0xE28 (rd)+1 \xEB\x03
#write unicode BC1
write --offset=0x54B68 (rd)+1 B\x00C\x001\x00
chainloader (rd)+1
root ()

title bootmgr "\\Boot\\BC1"
map --mem /bootmgr (rd)
write --offset=0xE28 (rd)+1 \xEB\x03
#write unicode \Boot\BC1
write --offset=0x54B5C (rd)+1 \\\x00B\x00o\x00o\x00t\x00\\\x00B\x00C\x001\x00
chainloader (rd)+1
root ()
  Forum: Grub4dos · Post Preview: #96560 · Replies: 61 · Views: 10,466

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QUOTE (steve6375 @ Mar 30 2010, 03:17 PM) *
I am trying to patch bootmgr using grub4dos write command.

Write to a (RAM) disk. Compare http://www.boot-land.net/forums/index.php?...ost&p=84534

CODE
title bootmgr
map --mem /bootmgr (rd)
write --offset=0xE28 (rd)+1 \xEB\x03
chainloader (rd)+1
root ()
  Forum: Grub4dos · Post Preview: #96349 · Replies: 61 · Views: 10,466

CloneDisk
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Posted on: Mar 28 2010, 08:46 PM


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QUOTE
About the usb boot patch, i set start key = 0 for usbhub, usbstor, usbohci, usbehci, usbuhci.
I also set the service dependency (group key) based on what I have read on this forum.
What happens if you add a new USB drive?
Does windows PNP read usbstor.inf and restore start key=3?

QUOTE
Although, since the files are copied to a usb key, I could indeed edit the registry from the usb key as you suggest!


Well, I wrote the code in the past at offline correcting.
The offline windows is the file cloned USB drive.

As for cloning:
remember current windows drive letter, this may be C: or another letter.
remember current MountedDevices\DosDevices value to target USB drive letter
clone drive at file level
open offline windows registry
delete MountedDevices
set MountedDevices\DosDevices, previous windwos drive letter and USB DosDevices value
close offline windows registry
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CloneDisk
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QUOTE (erwan.l @ Mar 28 2010, 07:07 PM) *
Reading a lot on this forum on how to boot from USB, I introduced some changes in latest version (1.6) :

-clone a disk using FileCopy mode.
-patch registry to perform a boot from a usb device.
-backup registry files.
That's great.

Can you edit usb.inf, usbport.inf and usbstor.inf too?

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3-Use the deleted mounteddevices registry key to force windows to rediscover my drives at next reboot (this runs under the 'system' account)
Next reboot may set correct drive letter by chance.
Can you adjust mountedevices?

Example, copy batch to %SystemRoot% at offline windows. Run the batch
CODE
@echo off
setlocal EnableExtensions EnableDelayedExpansion

rem home dir: old %SystemRoot%

pushd %~dp0
set CurrentDrive=%~d0

set Letter=
rem manual command line
if not %~1.==. set Letter=%~1

set Value=
FOR /F "skip=2 tokens=1-2*" %%a IN ('reg query HKLM\System\MountedDevices /v \DosDevices\%CurrentDrive%') DO set Value=%%c
if %Value%.==. (echo Error: Letter settings %CurrentDrive% not found & goto :EOF)

copy system32\config\system system32\config\system.%random%

reg unload HKLM\offline_System >nul 2>&1
reg load HKLM\offline_System system32\config\system


rem automatic
if not defined Letter (
reg unload HKLM\offline_Software >nul 2>&1
reg load HKLM\offline_Software system32\config\software

FOR /F "skip=4 tokens=1* delims=\" %%a IN ('reg query "HKLM\offline_Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon" /v Userinit') DO set Letter=%%a
set Letter=!Letter:~-2!

reg unload HKLM\offline_Software >nul 2>&1
)

if not %Letter:~-1%.==:. (echo Error: Letter %Letter% unclear &goto :eof)

reg delete HKLM\offline_System\MountedDevices /f

echo on
reg add HKLM\offline_System\MountedDevices /v \DosDevices\%Letter% /t REG_BINARY /d %Value% /f
@echo off

reg unload HKLM\offline_System >nul 2>&1
popd
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Help for universal menu.lst entry for several Ubuntu versions
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QUOTE (ilko @ Mar 28 2010, 12:38 AM) *
works for both 9.04 and 9.10
Thanks for clarify.

What about a display change:
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ls /casper/initrd.gz && initrd /casper/initrd.gz
ls /casper/initrd.lz && initrd /casper/initrd.lz

ls display /casper/initrd.gz at ubuntu 8.
ls display /casper/initrd.lz at ubuntu 9.
That way the used initrd file is displayed.


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