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 [project] NaughtyPE, The Multimedia PE!
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post Jan 4 2009, 04:04 PM
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In my LiveXP project in this script:
\Projects\LiveXP\Drivers\5 Other\
usb_keyboard_mouse_hotplug.script
Version=001
downloaded from the server: livexp.boot-land.net
at the section [Process] right at the start I can see this line:
IniDelete,"%target_win%\txtsetup.sif","HardwareIdsDatabase","USB\Class_03"

but in TXTSETUP.SIF can see these lines:
[HardwareIdsDatabase]
USB\Class_03&SubClass_01&Prot_02="hidusb"
USB\Class_03&SubClass_01="hidusb"

This post has been edited by dera: Jan 4 2009, 04:13 PM
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post Jan 4 2009, 04:13 PM
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QUOTE (dera @ Jan 4 2009, 05:04 PM) *
In my LiveXP project in this script:
\Projects\LiveXP\Drivers\5 Other\
usb_keyboard_mouse_hotplug.script
Version=001
downloaded from the server: livexp.boot-land.net
at the section [Process] right at the start I can see this line:
IniDelete,"%target_win%\txtsetup.sif","HardwareIdsDatabase","USB\Class_03"

IniDelete cannot work here, because it deletes the EXACT key, in this case 'USB\Class_03', but not the keys starting with 'USB\Class_03', like 'USB\Class_03&Rev ...'
A wild card in IniDelete is not provided.

Peter


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post Jan 5 2009, 04:14 AM
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Version 2 of the Hot-plug USB keyboard and USB mouse script is now on the LiveXP server. Script now correctly deletes USB\Class_03* entries.

Regards,
Galapo.



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Recommended steps to build LiveXP:
1) Download suitable WinBuilder.exe from here and run it;
2) Update through the Download Center by clicking the 'Download' button; and
3) Then build LiveXP by pressing the 'Play' button.
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post Jan 28 2009, 03:24 AM
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Hi All.
A neat looking project.
I tried Winbuilder fairly recently and it did some odd things that looked like it's server was
down, and after a while I gave up and used BartPE instead...
Speaking of such things - I wonder:
Is there a way to put this NaughtyPE onto a hard disk and run it from there like the way
it can be done with BartPE ?

Best Wishes,
smallhagrid
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post Jan 28 2009, 01:04 PM
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Sure, you can put NaughtyPE on a HDD, just like you've done with BartPE.

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NaughtyPE - The Multimedia PE!
Requirements: WB072 or 077RC2, XPSP2/W2k3SP1 source, Pentium CPU, 128MB RAM (256MB to use video players)
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post Mar 1 2009, 11:06 AM
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QUOTE (MedEvil @ Jan 28 2009, 01:04 PM) *
Sure, you can put NaughtyPE on a HDD, just like you've done with BartPE.

Hi!!!
Please excuse me, I'm totally newbie....
Where may I find this procedure to get Bartpe/NaughtyPE bootable on a HDD?
Maybe is it enough add a script in the NaughtyPE project?
Thanks in advance... ;-)

Danrevella
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post Mar 1 2009, 12:54 PM
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Well, if you wanna put a plain NaughtyPE on a HDD, it can't be on the same partition as your other Windows, because the two will mesh. In that case you will need to put an image on the HDD.

You can read about it here:
http://www.boot-land.net/forums/index.php?...ost&p=37112
http://www.boot-land.net/forums/index.php?...ost&p=47006
http://www.boot-land.net/forums/index.php?...ost&p=41696

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NaughtyPE - The Multimedia PE!
Requirements: WB072 or 077RC2, XPSP2/W2k3SP1 source, Pentium CPU, 128MB RAM (256MB to use video players)
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post Mar 10 2009, 02:39 AM
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BartPE is simplicity itself to get onto a HDD with a boot menu entry - see:
http://nu2.nu/pebuilder/faq/

Where you will find:
'Here is how to use peinst (PE Builder v3.1.3 and higher):

* Run PE-Builder and build as normal (no need to create an ISO image).
* After building, goto the <pebuilder>\plugin\peinst folder and run peinst.cmd <path> c:
Where <path> is the PE Builder output folder (default <pebuilder>\BartPE).
* Select option "5) Install BartPE to c:" and "2) Install PE-loader in c:\boot.ini".
This will add a line to your boot.ini for loading BartPE and is done is just a second. This action is only needed once, you can skip this next time.
* Select option "5) Install BartPE to c:" and "1) Install BartPE files to c:".
This will install the BartPE files in c:\minint and c:\programs. This will take a few minutes.
* When peinst.cmd has succesfully finished, reboot your system and select "Boot BartPE (by PE Builder)" from the boot.ini menu.'

So:
QUOTE (danrevella @ Mar 1 2009, 06:06 AM) *
Where may I find this procedure to get Bartpe/NaughtyPE bootable on a HDD?


That answers the first part of your query - and building BartPE can be totally great too !

I see no such simple answer to getting NaughtyPE fully/easily/quickly onto HDD as with
the peinst procedure above though - and read the suggested posts with no further light
shed upon what should be a simple/clear procedure ?


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smallhagrid
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post Mar 10 2009, 02:47 AM
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Cool.
QUOTE (MedEvil @ Jan 28 2009, 08:04 AM) *
Sure, you can put NaughtyPE on a HDD, just like you've done with BartPE.


And where might one exactly find the nice, easy, quick procedure for this, please ?
(Direct to HDD - not any fancy RAM booting/GRUB4DOS/imaging or whatever...)


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Best Wishes,
smallhagrid
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post Mar 10 2009, 03:22 AM
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smallhagrid

what you learned is always seems to you simpler than learning new things.
"copying 4-5 files to C:\"+"1iso file"+"1line" to boot.ini can not be too complex. smile.gif.
also method you mentioned is not adviced, i guess medevil may write the reasons.


medevil

reminding (i believe you already know) "9 - ProgramFilesPE.Script" for livexp, now it is available for users like smallhagrid to install the method mentioned. But i dont have any desire to write a nice tutorial about this "not nice" method smile.gif. Here is a short tutorial for smallhagrid with your lead: *change %programfiles% with "9 - ProgramFilesPE.Script", make a build, copy target to empty bartpe directory smile.gif, than do peinst instructions smallhagrid wrote.)

good night to all.


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