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19 Mar 2009
Hello

How do I install Drivers (for Windows XP, Windows Server 2003/2008 & Windows Vista) from a PE or BootCD?

Please tell me if you know of a method to install WinPcap onto the HostOS from a BootCD.

Thanks in advance,

Panarchy
26 Feb 2009
Hello

I'm a little annoyed with the Network installation part of my studies... been following both CBT Nuggets and the Official Microsoft Press study guide for the Microsoft 70-270 exam.

It seems that they glaze over the Network installation CD part. I'm very interested in which CD can be used to boot to a DOS environment, with network capabilities.

The following commands need to be usable;
  • net use
  • ipconfig
  • cls
  • cd
As well as the features which allow me to;
  • Join a domain
  • Change my computer name
  • Authenticate myself on a domain
  • Read/Write to NTFS

Please recommend to me a bootCD that will allow for the aforementioned process.

Thanks in advance,

Panarchy

NOTE: For some reason The Universal TCP/IP Network Bootdisk won't work for me. So please suggest something else!

EDIT: Just tried EtherBoot, didn't work for me (IMG:../forums/style_emoticons/default/sad.gif)

UPDATE
Found something that is very close to what I want, it's called unattended. Unfortunately, it can't seem to login to a Domain. I have requested this feature on there mailing-list.

Please recommend [another] tool that will allow me to do what I am trying to do.

Thanks in advance,

Panarchy
8 Feb 2009
Hi

I wish to either install Vista's BCD, or GRUB4DOS onto a logical partition.

I wish to do this because, well, I installed Vista x64 SP1 to a logical partition. The only way it was possible to do this was to make a Primary Active NTFS or FAT32 partition. This Primary partition is used by the Vista installer as a place to install the boot-loader.

However, the problem is, I don't have a spare Primary partition to provide Windows with. As my partitioning schema (see below) already has its fill of primaries;
(IMG:http://i43.tinypic.com/72g9z6.jpg)

Please tell me if it would be at all possible to install the BCD or GRUB4DOS onto Vista's logical partition.

Thanks in advance,

Panarchy
2 Feb 2009
Hi

I'm looking for a software solution that will allow me to boot into any partition on my hard-drive.

I have a SATA 1TB Seagate hard disk drive.

Would Grub4dos do the trick? Or would you recommend a different BootCD/LiveCD?

As I will be having around 9 operating systems on my 1TB hard-drive, and if anything goes wrong, I want to be able to access any partition via a disc (I don't have a floppy drive).

If you could recommend a BootCD/LiveCD for me to use, I'd really appreciate it.

Thanks in advance,

Panarchy

PS: I'm especially interested in using GRUB or BCD from a disc for this, as I will be booting into 9 different operating systems, especially if I were to go the GRUB route, I'd make a copy of my menu.lst and put it on the BootCD... hopefully?
31 Jan 2009
Hi

In your opinion what is the best Windows PE?

Here are the features I'm looking for;
  • Fast bootup
  • GUI
  • Driver support (So I can install custom drivers)
  • Network Support
  • Multi-Programs support (so I can add custom programs into the PE)


Please recommend a (free) Windows PE for me,

Thanks in advance,

Panarchy
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