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  1. In Topic: HOWTO: Installing UBCD4Win to a Flash Drive

    Posted 8 Mar 2009

    I would advise every one to start using pcuser's UBUSB. It automates the steps from my first post and he includes a Kicker CD which is great for computers that can't boot from USB. Shortly, I'm going to stop hosting the zip file in the first post.
  2. In Topic: HOWTO: Installing UBCD4Win to a Flash Drive

    Posted 24 Dec 2008

    View Post nin, on Dec 1 2008, 06:43 AM, said:

    View Post dummptyhummpty, on Aug 17 2008, 03:08 AM, said:

    On another note, I noticed that UBCD4Win now comes with some kind of USB bootable utility. I haven't had a chance to test it and don't know how or how well it works, but I was curious if there was any reason for me to continue with my developments. I did have some new ideas in mind and was planning to release some new utilities to help with using my method.

    This guide has been very helpful to me, and i would love to see continued developments. If you can get it working an 8 GB or larger flash drive, that would be AWESOME!!. Aside from pe2usb, i wasn't aware that UBCD4Win came with a USB utility.


    Thanks, Iím really glad I could help out. I'm not able to come on here as often as I would like as school and work keep me busy. I've been trying to work on an update that makes my method easier. The last version of UBCD4Win came with Joshua's ubcd4winToUSB utility which uses my files (What no credit? :threaten2:) and automates most of my process. It looks like the latest version (3.22) has menu support built in. I'm doing a test build right now to see how it works. I'm not really sure if my work is need any more, but I don't mind continuing if it will be useful to others. I hope to have something out in the next month or so, but it will most likely do the same as the utilities that currently come with UBCD4Win.
  3. In Topic: HOWTO: Installing UBCD4Win to a Flash Drive

    Posted 27 Sep 2008

    View Post Ianhacker, on Sep 24 2008, 03:35 PM, said:

    Has anyone had any issues installing to a large space usb stick? I'm having issues loading to a GXT 16gb usb memory stick. Anyone else had this issue?


    What problems are you having? I'm going to see about getting this working with NTFS (needed if you want to store files over 2gb).
  4. In Topic: HOWTO: Installing UBCD4Win to a Flash Drive

    Posted 17 Aug 2008

    View Post Statick, on Aug 16 2008, 09:35 AM, said:

    just wanted to add my experiences to this thread :

    after following the instructions given in the first post, the USB stick would boot, i'd see the black DOS screen "now loading etc etc" with the white progress bar... then after that hit 100%, it would pause for about 30 seconds, then complain that a file was corrupted, and it would be a different file each time

    so i downloaded the server 2003 service pack 2, extracted it and copied the 3 files as instructed, and now it boots fine. there's a minor DLL error when the shell starts, which seems to make the task bar look a bit odd, but apart from that everything works properly. and its FAST too, much faster than booting off a disc!


    I'm glad to hear that you got it working.

    On another note, I noticed that UBCD4Win now comes with some kind of USB bootable utility. I haven't had a chance to test it and don't know how or how well it works, but I was curious if there was any reason for me to continue with my developments. I did have some new ideas in mind and was planning to release some new utilities to help with using my method.
  5. In Topic: HOWTO: Installing UBCD4Win to a Flash Drive

    Posted 28 Jul 2008

    View Post mtc, on Jul 24 2008, 06:29 PM, said:

    another question is How do i add "Ghost" in the menu when it first boots up?
    thanks


    I don't have the answer to this as I have no experience with ghost. Hopefully someone else can help you out.

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