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21 Oct 2007
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I began my search for creating a multiboot USB stick a few weeks ago and came across Winbuilder. Winbuilder seems like it will be perfect for what I am ultimately trying to do which is have up to 5 OS's on a 1GB stick(VistaPE, 2 DOS, 2 Linux partitions). However I'm stuck on babystep one... creating a working VistaPE CD. I've tried to creating my CD using both VistaPE and VistaPE-BETA and I have not been able to see a desktop when I use VirtualBox or if I go ahead and burn my ISO images all I get after selecting VistaPE at the GRUB menu is a mouse pointer after the "Windows is loading files" finishes. I am at my wits end. I'm hoping that if I can get a working CD that I'll be able to transfer my CD content to my VPE partition on my USB stick then simply populate my other USB partitions with my other OS's. here are my stats:
The OS's I've tried this on has been WinXP SP2 and Vista Ulitmate
I've tried this on 3 machines (notebook Dell E1405, Dell optiplex GX620, and Dell server SC400)
I've tried using my Vista DVD as my source and I've tried WAIK.
Lastly I've attached my log file from my minimum VistaPE build

Thanks for any help. I'm very excited about Winbuilder and have been spreading the word about this tool.
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