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    Posted 27 December 2010 - 03:40 PM

    Sorry (again) for 3 weeks off the charts, everybody.

    So, to answer the questions:
    I run Windows 7 x64 Ultimate EN.
    I have ESET Smart Security 4 installed (protection).

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    As for testing purposes:
    Run diskpart: select USB drive, clean disk and create a primary partition, format partition
    Compare: Step 3: Prepare the UFD http://technet.micro...0(v=WS.10).aspx


    After this, disk is not bootable. This is the sector 0 of it:


    Log:
    27-Dec-10 14:43:51 - UBUSB Version 1.0.51
    
    27-Dec-10 14:43:51 - Windows 7/Server 2008 R2  (6.1.7600)
    27-Dec-10 14:43:51 - Platform ID = 2
    27-Dec-10 14:43:51 - 64-bit
    
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - Current Options...
    
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - [Options]
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - Don't Modify MBR Boot Code=1
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - Don't Modify Partition Table=1
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - Don't Format Partition=0
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - Filesystem=Fat32 - LBA
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - BootLoader=Grub4dos
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - BartPE-Folder=D:\_AcroTemp\UBCD4Win\BartPE
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - Don't Copy BartPE Folder=0
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - Create CD Image for USB Boot with No Bios Support=0
    
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - Drive Type  : Removeable Drive
    Total Cylinders are      : 253
    Tracks per Cylinder are : 255
    Sectors per Track are   : 63
    Bytes Per Sector are   : 512
    
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - WARNING!!! YOU ARE ABOUT TO WIPE OUT ALL DATA ON DISK 
    
    \\?\usbstor#disk&ven_gyration&prod_gyrotransport&rev_#8&2e40967f&0&000000006dca&0#{53f56307-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}
    \\.\PhysicalDrive6
    Drive Letter: G:
    
    The partition table will not be modified
    The boot code in the MBR will not be modified
    G: will be formatted as Fat32 - LBA
    Grub4dos bootsector/bootloader will be used
    All files/folders from D:\_AcroTemp\UBCD4Win\BartPE will be copied to G:
    
    ARE YOU SURE YOU WANT TO CONTINUE ???
    
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - Updating cached partition table...
    
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - Partition Table Successfully Updated.
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - Running D:\_AcroTemp\UBCD4Win\touchdrv.exe
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - Extracting mkdosfs.exe
    
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - Formatting volume G: as Fat32 - LBA
    
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - D:\_AcroTemp\UBCD4Win\mkdosfs.exe -v -F 32 -n UBUSB G: 0
    
    27-Dec-10 14:44:03 - Copying files/folders from D:\_AcroTemp\UBCD4Win\BartPE to G:
    
    27-Dec-10 15:33:22 - Renaming G:\i386 to G:\minint
    27-Dec-10 15:33:24 - Creating G:\winbom.ini
    27-Dec-10 15:33:27 - Running D:\_AcroTemp\UBCD4Win\touchdrv.exe
    27-Dec-10 15:33:28 - Using existing G:\syslinux directory.
    27-Dec-10 15:33:28 - Extracting G:\syslinux\vesamenu.c32
    27-Dec-10 15:33:29 - Extracting G:\syslinux\chain.c32
    27-Dec-10 15:33:29 - Deleting existing G:\syslinux\UBCD4Win.bss
    27-Dec-10 15:33:29 - Creating G:\syslinux\UBCD4Win.bss from current boot sector
    27-Dec-10 15:33:31 - Extracting G:\grldr
    27-Dec-10 15:33:31 - Extracting D:\_AcroTemp\UBCD4Win\grubinst.exe
    27-Dec-10 15:33:31 - Running D:\_AcroTemp\UBCD4Win\grubinst.exe (hd6,0)
    27-Dec-10 15:33:54 - Deleting D:\_AcroTemp\UBCD4Win\grubinst.exe
    27-Dec-10 15:33:55 - Copying emptyregdb.dat to G:\minint
    27-Dec-10 15:33:55 - Copying C:\Windows\Registration\*.* to G:\minint\Registration
    27-Dec-10 15:33:59 - Copying D:\_AcroTemp\UBCD4Win\UBUSB.exe to G:
    27-Dec-10 15:34:14 - Finished!
    
    

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      Posted 27 December 2010 - 04:45 PM

      Here's a fun fact: I just downloaded XBoot to see how that works and there's this little option:


      I did that and my stick from previous post (unchanged) became bootable and even boots into Windows now! Although Windows crashes into BSOD 0x7B at some point in VMWare (but doesn't crash in QEMU, so maybe that's just VMWare glitch).
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        Posted 28 December 2010 - 09:00 AM

        View Postasmodeus, on 27 December 2010 - 03:40 PM, said:

        I run Windows 7 x64 Ultimate EN.
        I have ESET Smart Security 4 installed (protection).
        Something may prohibit full access to USB drive.

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        After this, disk is not bootable. This is the sector 0 of it:
        Compare link again. Set partition active.
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