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5 May 2010
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Help with FreeDOS config.sys menu
Just a quick FreeDOS boot menu question.

In MS-DOS config.sys I can create a boot menu using submenus with the following:
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[menu]
submenu=IDE, Load PATA CD-ROM support
submenu=SATA, Load SATA CD-ROM support
submenu=USB, Load USB CD-ROM support
menuitem=1394, Load 1394 CD-ROM support
menuitem=SCSI, Load SCSI CD-ROM support
submenu=ELTO, Load El Torito CD-ROM support
menuitem=NOCD, No CD-ROM support.
menudefault=IDE,30
menucolor=7,0


Is there a similar ability to have submenus in FreeDOS? I've looked around google and all the examples I can find don't have submenus but no one flat out says it can't be done.

Thanks!
9 Sep 2009
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Partition Wizard Bootable CD
Partition Wizard was just updated to v4.1 and with that came a bootable cd.



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Limitation and Important notice
* Do not use Partition Wizard Bootable CD to create/delete partion BEFORE system partition under Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003.
* Do not use Partition Wizard Bootable CD to move system partition under Windows Vista, Windows 2008 and Windows 7.

Get it here: http://www.partitionwizard.com/partition-w...ootable-cd.html

Its easy to multiboot...only two files (or just the iso)!

Cheers
31 Jul 2009
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EASEUS Todo Backup v1.0 (Freeware)
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EASEUS Todo Backup can backup your system partition to quickly get the system up and running in the event of a system crash or hardware failure. It allows you to backup and restore disk or partition after viruses attack, unstable software download, hard drive failure, etc. Meanwhile, EASEUS Todo Backup is useful if you want to upgrade the older smaller hard disk without reinstalling the operating system and applications once again.



A free TrueImage/Ghost Alternative from the same people who make Partition Master.

Get it here: http://www.todo-backup.com/

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