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17 Feb 2008
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Small ISO for Imaging
Hello All,
First, I'd like to say what a great site this is and an excellent utility WinBuilder is. Thank you for putting this out there!

I have a very specific need for a PE build and I've been trying the different build to try and compile what I will need, but without success. I was hoping someone could point me in the right direction.

I need to be able load a small PE build (or ISO) with networking enabled, into a Ramdisk, and simply for running Ghost 8.x or PQDI, on two particular POS machine types: either a machine with 256 MB RAM and an IDE drive, or a machine with 512 MB RAM and a SATA drive.
Because of the clients with 256 - I'm looking for the smallest network enabled build I can make, and also have SATA drivers in it as well.

The intent is to put build or ISO onto a machine and enable booting to it as though it were a Virtual Floppy, with the PQ VF enabler. This will be delivered to the target machines by a client management tool.
I played with the nativeEx builds, the XP Live CD, the BartPE Core, and the v52 Standard build, all to get to know this tool and learn about the PE environment as well.
Has this ever come up before. Any direction would be great.
Thanks Again !!
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