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Newcomer's Tutorial - LiveXP w/ Optional BootSDI!, Read the TUTORIAL here!
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Newcomer's Tutorial - LiveXP with Optional BootSDI!

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LiveXP is a stable, highly configurable booting platform; based on Windows XP and uses your XP SP2 installation CD as source. This tutorial features builds with BootSDI (image run from RAM) which ensures that LiveXP will out-perform anything else out there! Fast booting, very quick response time, readily customizable, simple to add/remove programs, drivers etc. Once you get the feel for it, easy to create your own scripts for programs, additional drivers etc. Bootable from CD/DVD, UFD, USB or even as multi-boot option from HDD! Fully suited for 'newcomers' and advanced users alike. I personally use these boot disks daily in my work and at home. I'm hoping this tutorial helps get you started enjoying these great tools and that you will post your questions and suggestions here in the forum for others to learn from as well.

Before getting started, please, backup your hard drive! - DriveImage XML works fine and is free! Remove as many program icons from your system tray as possible while running WinBuilder, these 'background' programs can interfere with the build process. Please follow the instructions here exactly as given, this will really help us, help you, if you should get stuck; once you have a successful run or two under your belt, you can get more creative and start trying different options, adding programs etc.

Note: LiveXP requires a valid Windows XP SP2 (Home or Pro) installation source, it is recommended to copy the contents of the XP Install CD to a folder on your hard drive first and use that folder as your source (Windows Server 2003 also works). Simply insert your installation disk, open/explore to view the contents. Select all files and folders on the CD and copy these to a folder on your hard drive named 'XPPSP2' (or similar). This will be the folder you browse to and select as your source in WinBuilder.

Print this tutorial ahead of time to have it as a reference guide for setting up your project, choose Options - Print this topic from the upper right menu on this page to display a printer friendly layout (just print the pages you need). Now, there are two methods below that you will want to consider before starting; the 'Pre-Setup Method', I highly recommend trying first. This is a special, custom built, LiveXP with BootSDI option which is largely pre-configured for you. Just choose your Source folder and run! I have pre-tested all the builds for stability and included additional features not found in the 'live' download version. Note: do not change any settings or options in these pre configured builds! until you know what you are doing. Just define your source in the WinBuilder main menu, that's it. If you have any questions, by all means, ask! (IMG:../forums/style_emoticons/default/wink.gif)

Here's a look at just some of things you can do in LiveXP:
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Have fun and happy booting!


Pre-Setup Method:

Start here and follow along step by step...

Download the pre-packaged project below and save it to your desktop...

lx101408min Basic build for testing and learning - DL 28MB (100MB ISO)

Alt. download: lx101408min md5: 2ef8f43d8439dd7f049ba7f50550e524

Note: It is highly recommended to run this stable, minimal build first to determine if any issues exist with your particular hardware setup. If issues are found i.e. NIC (network interface card) not supported or similar, now is the time to catch it and fix it before moving on to more advanced projects. Due to the nature of the WinBuilder program, this may involve changing settings, adding additional drivers etc. and re-running the build process (perhaps repeatedly - see notes in tutorial on re-running builds). It is much easier and less time consuming to do this with a minimum build. Good luck and if you do run into trouble, be sure to post your issue in the forum along with your log.html (zip it first), you find this log in your base directory (in the same folder as WinBuilder.exe).

Once the archive is downloaded, double click it and extract contents to your active drive (C:)
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The extracted folder is your base directory (%BaseDir%) and includes WinBuilder.exe:
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Note: Don't change anything in this directory or the build won't work!

Double-click WinBuilder.exe to open the project interface:
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Click on the Paths tab and choose your source path - This will be either your install CD or the folder you copied its contents to on your hard drive (recommended). This is the folder that contains everything you copied from your Windows installation CD (Example: "E:\XPPSP2"). Note: there should be a sub-folder named I386 in this source folder.
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Now, sit back, relax and hit the big blue PLAY button. Build times can vary depending on your computer (allow at least 10-15 minutes). There are times when the build process seems to 'stall', especially during DPs_Mass_Storage_Drivers and NET drivers install/setup but this is normal so don't panic and start hitting buttons, just relax, go have a snack and come back later, there's nothing you need to do until the build finishes up and you see the virtual boot screen showing what your project will look like when booted. Good luck and if all goes well, you should see a desktop like this when your ISO boots up:
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Except, it'll be your wallpaper, not mine (IMG:../forums/style_emoticons/default/wink.gif)

Note: Qemu is extremely slow!! (can take a few minutes for desktop to fully build)! Just use it to confirm your build boots without errors. When you're done checking in Qemu, close the window and wait for ImgBurn to prompt for a blank disc, CD or DVD, -R or -RW (I recommend -RW for testing). If you don't want to burn the disc now, close ImgBurn and wait for the build to finish; you can burn it later from the ISO, automatically saved for you, in %BaseDir%/ISO directory.

When the build is done, you can view the final results in the Log window (takes a few seconds for the results to appear).
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If you do have any errors or warnings in the log, zip up a copy of the log.html (auto-saved in your base directory) and include this, along with your question to the forum here. The information saved in this log will help us to know what went wrong and, hopefully, how to help you correct it.
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If no errors, you're ready to try a real boot by re-starting the PC with your LiveXP media in the drive and hitting any key at 'Boot to CD' prompt. (If you don't get the prompt, it probably means your BIOS isn't setup to boot from your CD drive. Post a question on this and I or someone will walk you through it.) If you haven't burned the CD yet or need to burn it again manually from the ISO created, you'll find it in
%BaseDir%\ISO (C:\(folder containing winbuilder.exe)\ISO).


Notes on running projects again if changes are required or for general testing purposes; save the original (pre-build) project folder (or the SFX archive you downloaded) to use as a starting point for new builds. Start fresh with this same folder at your root drive (C:) and make any changes needed before running the project again; in this way changes/updates are better controlled. Keep notes and backups of everything you do to be able to reproduce desired results in the future.


Additional Options:

Screen resolution settings, I've set the default to 1024x768; this is the resolution LiveXP will default to when booted and should be fine for most system setups but if you want to change this setting, it's easy to do (before the build). To get to these options, expand the tree view under 'XP Live CD' on the left side of the WinBuilder interface, go to Basic - Tweaks - Display Properties and choose a different screen resolution**. You can confirm if the resolution setting is appropriate for your needs in the Qemu (virtual) boot before burning to a disc.
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**SetResolution, in the tree view above, also allows for changing defaults in LiveXP and lets you choose virtual boot resolution settings as well. This is nice but has some side effects which are being worked out (screen flickers at boot up etc.). Any changes like this must be done prior to building your project for the options to take effect. Of course, you can also change resolution after booting (rt-click desktop - Properties - Settings) but this setting change will be lost at next boot.

Adding additional files to your build, There is an option in BootSDI script to 'Include' user defined files at the root of your CD/DVD. Just point to a directory on your host machine and all files, including sub-folders, will be included for easy, portable access from PE! This means backup image files for use with backup tools (like Acronis, Ghost etc.); DriverPacks and I386 source folders etc. This allows for easy, unattended installs, Universal Restore solutions etc. The beauty of this option is that it allows you to carry all your files on one disc and doesn't increase the size of the BootSDI image! i.e. the files that load to RAM and boot your PC are the same, regardless of how many files you 'include' on your CD/DVD so it doesn't increase load times or the demand on limited RAM resources. You get to this option by expanding the tree view on the left, under 'XP Live CD'; browse to Finish - Create Image - BootSDI and highlight the script to see its options panel (script UI):
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In the Include section above, browse to the directory you've setup on your host machine containing any files, folders and sub-folders you want to include on your boot disk. Your only limitation is the size of your media; so, subtract the size of your boot image (usually ~100-200MB) from the total capacity of your media (CD=~700MB; DVD=~4.7GB; DVD/DL=~8.5GB etc.) to determine how much space you have available for these files. There's even an option to add a shortcut to your PE desktop if desired.

Add-Remove Programs, Drivers Etc. You can add your own, favorite program scripts to any 'base' build and have them included in your boot disk! Obviously, removing ones you don't want is just as easy and in this way you customize your boot environment the way you want it. First, get the scripts! You can download scripts from many sources; you're looking for scripts that purport to be compatible with LiveXP (or nativeEx); here's a few places to get started: Boot-Land, LiveXP, Updates, Galapo's, NativeEx, Pedrole, Thunn, Carfan, Edborg, Lancelot amalux. Of course, you can also download directly through WinBuilder's interface to get the latest updates included in any given project and then pick and choose what you need from there. Wherever you get them, check a couple things before adding them to your build; open the script in Notepad++ (free) or any good text editor and confirm in the top, [Main] section of the script, the following values (if different, change them): Level=5 (for Programs); =6 (for Drivers); =10 (for Tools). These are the most common types of scripts you'll be adding or removing in your build. You can look at one other item in this same section, Selected=True (this means it's selected to run in the build); this refers to the check-box of the script in WinBuilder's tree view; =False means box with NO check (NOT selected to run in build) and =None means NO BOX at all!, only used for Tools that run independently of the build. The directories where you'll add-remove these scripts is "%BaseDir%\Projects\LiveXP\Apps", for programs; "\\LiveXP\Drivers", for drivers and "\\LiveXP\Tools" for tools! (go figure). Under Apps you'll find sub-folders for each category of program; these folders often contain more than one program and are used for organizing the different types of scripts rather than as individual 'Program Folders' (although a single program or program group can have it's own folder). These folders will also affect how the program is listed in the LiveXP, Start Menu if no 'Start menu sub-folder' is specified in the script.

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Just add new driver scripts, virtual or hardware, to the appropriate folder (see above, should be self-explanatory but if confused, just ask); check in the driver script's [Main] section that Level=6 in all of them and make sure that they're checked in WinBuilder's tree view (Selected=True) so that they'll be included in the build. With both drivers and programs, you need to confirm that the scripts are compatible with your project; the tried and true method is to run the project with a few new scripts and see which ones work. Just because a script says that it's compatible doesn't mean it's going to work in every build; run it and see is the only way to know for sure. If you get some errors in your log, try to track down what lines in the script are causing trouble and if needed, post your log.html and question in the forum for help. This should be enough to get you started customizing the build the way you want it and allow for adding or removing scripts as needed.
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More Advanced Options:

Setting up a UFD boot disk - In addition to the usual CD and DVD boot media; if your machine allows it, you can also boot from a 'UFD' (USB Flash Drive); these are the little 'Key' drives that look more like a key chain ornament than a boot disk. They come in different sizes from a few MB's to 8Gig's or more. For a LiveXP bootable, your going to need at least 256-512MB, depending on the size of your build. It's nice to have the extra space available for backup images; drivers etc. You will need PeToUSB tool for this, run it from Windows after your LiveXP project has completed. You'll need the 'Target' folder created in your base directory as the source files for this tool to setup your device. Plug in your UFD (don't use an extension hub) and make sure it's recognized by Windows (you should see it in My Computer). Note: all data will be lost when you format the drive with PeToUSB, you must format with LBA (FAT16X) enabled for most computers to boot from this type of disk:
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Setup your options as above, make sure your UFD is listed as Destination; browse to your %BaseDir%\Target\LiveXP folder as Source and hit Start. After PeToUSB completes, open your UFD in My Computer and make sure your files look correct:
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One of the files above, ntdetect.com, needs a little 'modification' (easy to do); you'll need a special hex editor, like TinyHexer (free) and the simple instructions provided here (thanks to ilko and, of course, Dietmar Stölting!). Just highlight all the text within the code box (on the web page), rt-click and Save. Now open your ntdetect.com file in TinyHexer by selecting File, Open and Browse to ntdetect in your UFD device's root directory (not in sub-folder!).
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Rt-click anywhere in the text, choose Select All and hit Backspace to clear all text; should look like this:
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Now, rt-click in the empty field and choose Paste to enter the new text you saved from the web-site; choose Save (check the box for 'Hex text' in 'Select data format' pop-up) and exit; confirm your new file is exactly 47,596 Bytes in rt-click properties (just confirms you entered the correct text) and you're done. If your PC won't recognize the UFD as a boot device, it either means your PC doesn't support USB booting or you need to make some changes in your BIOS settings. Specifically required for this are USB Emulation toggled ON and HDD Sequence set to USB Device (the fact the option is there means it recognises the USB drive at least). Remember, the UFD must be plugged in for these options to appear in BIOS setup!
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Setting up an external USB HD - This requires a different setup and PeToUSB won't work here. You need to be using a USB 2.0 hard drive with the first, bootable partition formatted FAT16 (max 2GB) Primary/Active. Remainder can be NTFS or anything you want. The following files/folders must be setup on this first partition:

minint = Renamed I386 from NON-BootSDI CD (or ISO)
Program Files = PROGRAM FILES from same CD
Windows = WINDOWS (if exists) from same CD
PROJECTINFO.INI (from same CD)
MODELRAM.EXE (from same CD)
plus:
ntdetect.com = Dietmar's mod from ilko's post here (original ntdetect can be from any source)
NTLDR = Renamed SETUPLDR.BIN (from your XP, I386 source folder)

Remember, the first five items listed must be from a NON-BootSDI, LiveXP CD (or ISO). These first five go together for any given build, so when you want to update the build on your USB drive, get all five of these together from your new LiveXP source CD/ISO. The modded ntdetect.com and NTLDR are interchangeable across projects and can be left from one projecrt to the next. If you need further instruction on this, see here.
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For additional options, including booting LiveXP from an internal HDD with multi-boot setup, please see the excellent tutorial by wimb here. Have fun (IMG:../forums/style_emoticons/default/cool.gif)
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Advanced Builds:

When you're ready, you can try your hand at some of these more advanced projects (IMG:../forums/style_emoticons/default/wink.gif)

lx101408cxs Lite setup and recovery tool set with no frills - DL 42.5MB (131MB ISO)

lx101408cx Complete recovery build with advanced tools - DL 107MB (247MB ISO)

lx101408mx 'Media Edition' for movies, music and more! - DL 78MB (207MB ISO)


That's it! (for now), please post questions, concerns, suggestions etc. If all went well as expected, let us know that too! If you're ready to try the very latest updates and improvements that Boot-Land has to offer (without the training wheels); feel free to try the 'Live Method' below and best of luck! Keep on booting!

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Live Method:

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This is the regular method of downloading and running WinBuilder, it has the advantage of including the latest updates and improvements to the LiveXP build but doesn't have the customizations included in the pre-packaged version above and, by its very nature, may be less stable.

1) Download WinBuilder 074 and place it, alone, in a folder at the root (not in a sub-folder) of your active drive (usually C:). This is your base directory - (%BaseDir%) and should look like this:
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2) Run WinBuilder.exe (double-click it) - Go to 'Download' Tab (upper left) - Go to 'Servers' Tab (lower right) - UNcheck all servers listed except 'livexp.boot-land.net' (leave that one checked) Note: If the 'Download' button is grayed out and no servers appear in the list, you may need to hit the green refresh button a couple times (circled in red below)
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Leave everything else alone and click 'Download' button in the bottom left corner. After WB finishes downloading, it re-opens in a new window (if you had any troubles downloading, it's probably your firewall or anti-virus blocking the downloads) The new window that opens looks like this:[attachment=4597:lx074stup2.JPG]


OPTIONS:

'BootSDI' - By far, the most important option is BootSDI, in addition to normal booting from CD/DVD, allows for booting from a USB drive or even a hard drive (if wanted) and, most importantly, makes the booted PE much faster and responsive (because it isn't having to constantly access the boot disk); everything is loaded into your RAM! You can even remove the boot disk after loading and still use the PE unhindered, very useful if you boot with a CD/DVD and only have one removable media drive available. Highly recommended and the only tough part is getting the right files! I've included an easy, mini-guide for downloading them at the end of this tutorial; if you don't have these files already, check it out! One way or the other, copy the following files, 'ramdisk.sys' and 'setupldr.bin' (just these two are needed) into the following directory which you will create inside your build folder: %BaseDir%\Workbench\Common\BootSDI and should look like this:
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Note: Be careful when clicking on and 'expanding' the tree view sections below, it is possible to accidentally cause unwanted changes by clicking outside of the box you want.

To setup BootSDI, first expand the tree view by clicking the '+' to the left of 'XP Live CD'. Now expand the 'Finish' section and then '2 Create Image' in the same way and UNcheck 'Create ISO' script. Then check 'BootSDI' script instead and in the options that appear in the right pane, select 'Free Space' under Image section and leave the 24 (MB) default. Make sure you check the 'I provide the files' section at the bottom (scroll down to see it) but leave the path as it defaults; this automatically points to the folder you created above. The .iso label is optional and it can be re-named after it is created.
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In this same 'Finish' section, you have some other options that need a bit of explanation as well.

'3 Emulation' - These are your virtual PC 'boot' options that can, after your build is successfully completed, open a window that looks like your booting from the boot disk you just made. If all goes well, you'll see a desktop just like the one you'll see when really booting from a removable disk and you can even browse around and open programs etc. Even with a fast machine, responsiveness is slow but this can give you important information regarding the success or failure of your builds. Of the two options your given I recommend Qemu (VMWare requires a large download, registration etc. and is a bit more complicated to setup). Start with just Qemu checked and the only change I'd make to the default settings is to enable (check) the kQEMU option (faster boot).

'4 Burn Image' - If you have ImgBurn (free ISO creation, burning tool) installed on your PC (you should, it's a great program), then UNcheck this option and just burn the ISO, when you want, the way you normally would with ImgBurn. If you leave this option checked it can alter custom settings to your host ImgBurn installation. If you don't have ImgBurn installed then you might want to leave this checked (unless you have another ISO burner you prefer). It will prompt you for a blank CD-R at the completion of the build - you can just cancel if you don't want to burn the CD now and the build will still wrap up normally.

OK, moving on; leave everything else as it defaults (for now) and go on to the Paths Tab (second tier of tabs, to the right of the Script Tab)...

4) Set your Source directory, this is your XP SP2 installation files, you can point to the CD in your drive but it's better to first copy the contents of the CD to a folder on your hard drive, name this folder something like 'XPPSP2' to tell you what it is and then browse to that folder as your source in WinBuilder (see my example below) faster, cleaner file copy during setup and you don't have the installation CD clogging up your drive! Note that you don't include the I386 folder in the path, you only browse to the folder that contains the I386 folder (in this example, 'XPPSP2'). Don't touch the other two directory options, leave them as they default.
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5) One more thing, save your log! When your build wraps up, you'll see a final window that tells you how everything went. The default setting in WinBuilder is for the HTML version of this log to open upon completion of the build. If it doesn't you can save it and open it later by going to the 'Log' tab and clicking on the 'Save as log.html' button. The section circled in red below shows you the final results of your build and shouldn't have any red 'X' Errors. If you do get errors, you will want to save the log to post with your question in the forum (helps us know what went wrong).
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OK, now you're ready to sit back, relax and press that big, blue 'Play' button! Allow a good 20 minutes or so for this baby to run; if all goes well you should have a slick, working boot disk that rivals anything else out there! Good luck and ENJOY!

Please post your questions, concerns or suggestions regarding this little tutorial or any issues you might have with your build here in the forums; I (and many others) will look for your comments and try to help in any way that we can. Happy booting! (IMG:../forums/style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif)

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Mini-Guide to Downloading W2003 SP1 'BootSDI' Files

Download the W2003 SP1 Update here (328MB download!), run the "WindowsServer2003-KB889101-SP1-x86-ENU.exe" self-extracting cab file and when the pop-up warning informs you that your trying to install to a different version of Windows; DO NOT 'OK' or close the pop-up window! First, search/browse for a new i386 folder (406MB) that was just unpacked to a temp folder somewhere on your hard drive. Its probably named something like "52f701a951c256bcb42d25" and will be located at the root of the drive with most space available; something like: "E:\52f701a951c256bcb42d25". Copy the i386 folder inside to somewhere else, like your desktop. Now you can close the setup by clicking OK on that warning pop-up which will delete the temp folder (but not the one you just copied to your desktop) and close the setup. You should now have a folder on your desktop named i386 which contains all the files you will need!

Inside this i386 folder are a lot of files, set your folder view to list and scroll to each of the files you need, 'ramdisk.sys' and 'setupldr.bin'. Note that one of the files, 'ramdisk.sys' is in a compressed form with an extension .sy_ (I'll deal with that in a moment). Just copy both files to a temp folder on your desktop and confirm it looks like this:
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Now we need to expand the one file, ramdisk.sy_ using a simple run command. First, move the file to the root of your C: drive (C:\ramdisk.sy_) then go to Start - Run and copy (or type) the following text "expand c:\ramdisk.sy_ c:\ramdisk.sys" (without the quotes) into the text window. Hit OK to expand your file (you can close the Run window now). In your C: root you will find the expanded version of the file we want, 'ramdisk.sys', move this expanded version back into the temp folder on your desktop (still containing 'setupldr.bin') and confirm your files now look like this
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You can delete the files ('ramdisk.sy_' and 'ramdisk.sys') in your C: root as they are no longer needed. Backup the two files in your desktop 'temp' folder and then copy them to:
%BaseDir%\Workbench\Common\BootSDI, this is the directory inside your build folder.
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The folder with the files should look like this:
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FYI, you can show/hide the file extensions (.sys etc.) by going to Tools - Folder Options - View tab and check/uncheck the 'Hide extensions for known file types' option. You can show the files version in details view by right-clicking the 'details bar', choosing 'More...' from the menu and then checking 'File Version' from the Details list (near the bottom). This helps to insure you've got the right files; you should also confirm the Date Modified as 3-24-05.


Disclaimer: It's your choice to use this free help AT YOUR OWN RISK and no matter what happens, you'll always be able to restore your hard drive back to exactly the way it was before. You did make that hard drive backup as I asked you to, right?
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QUOTE (ispy @ Mar 12 2008, 11:25 AM) *
Hi all (IMG:../forums/style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif) ,

Yes doveman is far to clever for the starters section! (I'm trying not to say/type "Newbie" as it is derogatory term, darn it I've gone & done it again - thats another pound for the swear-box LOL!)

Observation: doveman is what we would call a ringer in UK, all the appearances of a "N" by title, but in fact very advanced!

Good on ya matey, wish I was like you!

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Tutorial has been updated, including new method for building stable, pre-configured build!

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Due to the great popularity of this thread, it had little by little become an "Everything here" thread, making it difficult to read/understand.

I have splitted the thread in THREE more ones:

Newcomer's Tutorial - LiveXP with Optional BootSDI!
Thank you's and suggestions thread

http://www.boot-land.net/forums/?showtopic=5225
If you just want to say thank you to Amlux for his work and/or give some suggestions for improvements, post here.

Newcomer's Tutorial - LiveXP with Optional BootSDI!
Bug reports and troubleshooting thread

http://www.boot-land.net/forums/?showtopic=5226
If you have any problem STRICTLY related to Amalux's Tutorial, post here.

LiveXP Troubleshooting
Various questions and answers

http://www.boot-land.net/forums/?showtopic=5224
If you have any problem that is not STRICTLY related to Amalux's Tutorial, but rather more general and peculiar to the LiveXP project, post here or start a new thread in the appropriate Forum section:
http://www.boot-land.net/forums/?showforum=52

Please (exception made for Amalux, of course (IMG:../forums/style_emoticons/default/wink.gif) ) DO NOT POST in the present thread, use one of the other ones linked above.

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