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> WinBuilder v72a Full Setup [BartPECore], WinBuilder v72a Setup with BartPECore
thunn
post Nov 4 2007, 04:55 AM
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File name: WinBuilder v72a Full Setup [BartPECore]
Description: (IMG:http://bartpe.boot-land.net/images/bartpecore_logo.gif)

This 61 MB. installer contains winbuilder v72a with the entire BartPECore project.
After download and a quick install you're ready to build a customized pe image from your XP/2K3 source. All scripts are pre-configured. Please enable a network connection to download two required files at runtime. The final ISO runs in VBox pc emulator.

While the winbuilder setup process doesn't get much easier, even seasoned pe users should find something of interest in this project which processes PEBuilder .inf plugins with winbuilder scripts.

The setup adds the same registry entries as found under WinBuilder's 'Options' and may be uninstalled in add/remove programs. Use a " /SILENT" or " /VERYSILENT" switch for automated deployment.

--Enjoy, -t
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post Nov 4 2007, 08:39 AM
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Beautiful layout and everything seems well organized. WoW!

The project listing for VistaPE is not anymore
http://vistape.boot-land.net/project/

The new address is
http://vistape.net/project/

Questions:
In order to use BartPE plugins we have. We would need to modify the inf file or can we just add them and they should work. Some detail would help others interested in switching plugins to be used within youre Winbuilder Project.

For Winbuilder Scripts should the new API Scripts work with this project.

In the Create ISO Script there is recomendation to use the FBWF Driver. But there is no Option in the Project to include it in the build. I used the option to Use the Window 2003 Files to Create RAMBoot but I get errors when Some of the Programs are trying to write back to the X drive.
How can I activate the FBWF Driver so I wont get those errors when Using the Create ISO option.
Drivers - Filesystem - FBWF Driver

Thanks for the New release. (IMG:../forums/style_emoticons/default/cheers.gif)
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post Nov 4 2007, 09:15 AM
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Tested with XP SP2 PRO portuguese and worked great! (IMG:../forums/style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif)
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post Nov 4 2007, 08:46 PM
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I added a source wizard with suggestions for the user, thx for the comments! (IMG:../forums/style_emoticons/default/smile.gif)
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post Yesterday, 09:05 PM
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thunn,

Your BartPECore setup works beautifully...I have only one question:

I have created portable versions of ALL programs I want on the BootCD.

When I create the iso file, the programs I copied to the \BartPE\Programs folder do NOT appear
in the compiled ISO.

I also tried copying all portable files to the \Projects\Tools\CorePlugins folder - it still did not appear in the ISO.

How do I copy portable applications so they are included (and unchanged) in the final compiled ISO?

Jpeni
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