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Live XP minor findings & addings for contribution, lancelot livexp tracker :)
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MedEvil
post Yesterday, 03:41 PM
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Thanks, will try it out.

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post Yesterday, 05:01 PM
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QUOTE (MedEvil @ Oct 8 2008, 03:21 PM) *
Peter in case the /minint switch is present, fbwf will automaticly protect the %systemdrive% no matter where it is. Cdrom0, 1, 2 or HDD does not matter.

in my sample first cdrom is protected. i will remove \Device\Cdrom0.
maybe %systemdrive% is protected in that case.

QUOTE (MedEvil @ Oct 8 2008, 03:21 PM) *
The only way i see, that fbwf using fbwf.cfg can work across different computers, is if it would use drive letters to indentify the volumes to protect.

will try to add X: to protection, but it works across different computers for Cdrom0.


QUOTE (MedEvil @ Oct 8 2008, 03:21 PM) *
Could you try booting your PE from a second CD-ROM?

you are right , the second cdrom (=X:) is not protected, but the first is, no matter what drive letter is.
so first cdrom is always protected. i will also try to add CdRom0..3 to config file.

btw
we needn't this method , because in the majority of cases 128MB with /minint is ok.
maybe it is possible to add pagefile to X:

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post Yesterday, 05:15 PM
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QUOTE (fxscrpt @ Oct 8 2008, 07:01 PM) *
will try to add X: to protection, but it works across different computers for Cdrom0.

Interesting, this would imply that yet a 3rd way of identifying a drive is used.
Just for the record, the different computer you've tryed, don't happen to have by accident the same CD-ROM drive as cdrom0?


QUOTE (fxscrpt @ Oct 8 2008, 07:01 PM) *
we needn't this method , because in the majority of cases 128MB with /minint is ok.
maybe it is possible to add pagefile to X:

I have also never seen a reason for more than 128MB.
What do you hope to accomplish with a pagefile on X:? It's just using up the fbwf cache.

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post Yesterday, 06:25 PM
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QUOTE (MedEvil @ Oct 8 2008, 07:15 PM) *
What do you hope to accomplish with a pagefile on X:? It's just using up the fbwf cache.

At current state, i cant create a page file (6mb) on x: with
SetPageFile script http://www.boot-land.net/forums/?showtopic=5610
for now i needed this only for
Adobe Photoshop 55
http://www.boot-land.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=5493
Which needs a pagefile to run.

Maybe a utility out there needs a pagefile too, who knows, It wont harm we to have an option of creating a pagefile.

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Thanks for anything you have done.
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post Yesterday, 08:13 PM
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But why waste lots of energy to have fbwf work with more than 128MB if one can simply put the pagefile on a ramdisk which can be as big as one wants, without having to fiddle with it?

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post Yesterday, 10:04 PM
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QUOTE (fxscrpt @ Oct 8 2008, 11:42 PM) *
fbfw.cfg starts with :

Thanks for the information! You've done some good research to provide the details of the undocumented format.

Unfortunately it seems no dynamic way of setting the size is possible using config file at boot as the driver seems unable to accept a percentage of available ram to use. Hence with using the config file, only fixed size is possible to be set at build-time.

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In have found discrepancies in CreateISO.script v.32:
1. needless registration of fbwflib.dll at boot time (no DllRegisterServer in dll)
2. if fbwf is started via runonceex why TXTSETUP.SIF is modified?

Thanks for pointing this out. The only reasons are historical, with no functional use as you indicate. Version 33 is now on the server.

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