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  1. In Topic: Richcopy / Robocopy

    Posted 26 Dec 2009

    View Post rlpowell, on 25 December 2009 - 01:43 AM, said:

    The EULA seems to not allow third party redistribution.  Pretty certain about that, actually.  Lame.



    what about a system of creating these plugins on the fly from a vista installation?
  2. In Topic: Add Google Chrome (A Portable Version, Of Course)

    Posted 22 Dec 2009

    View Post dirkgently42, on 22 December 2009 - 12:34 AM, said:

    View Post Justin-Goldberg, on 22 December 2009 - 12:26 AM, said:

    see topic


    Google Chrome sucks!!
    ... crap, I'm responding to a BOT with 18 posts :wacko:

    Hi, i'm that bot. :lol:

    anyway, got google chrome from portableapps.com running off the hard drive. It started up extremely quickly, considering this was on a 900 mhz p3 laptop. But I guess on my desktop machine having chrome load the previous sessions tabs, plus all the onebox history and malware url lookups, etc............. bogs things down.

    here's a screen shot of it running:

    Posted Image

    or a direct link,

    http://img189.images... echromeubcd.png
  3. In Topic: Infamous Disk Read Error Occurred on XP

    Posted 12 Jan 2009

    View Post pcuser, on Jan 10 2009, 06:33 PM, said:


    I'd recommend everyone stay far far away from Western Digital
    Sorry but I strongly disagree with that statement.

    Can you see your files from UBCD4Win? Does HDTune show any bad sectors or SMART errors? Have you tried a repair install?

    I retract what I said about Western Digital.

    I ran western digital datalifeguard diagnostics on the drive, and there were no smart errors. I even did chkdsk /r.

    Partition Magic 8.0 showed partition error #108 (Partition doesn't end at end of cylinder), although it should be noted that PM didn't support XP until 8.01, but otoh, it was lucky for me, as it pointed out this error, whereas 8.01 may not have. Since I've had good experiences with Acronis Disk Director in the past in cases where PartitionMagic had errors/failed/gave up, I resized each partition in Acronis DD to be smaller by leaving space after both. After rebooting, the system finally booted up and the (superfluous but waiting to be run) repair install started. Also the second partition was storing .gho images from the ghost backup trial version that comes preinstalled on many computers.

    I hope this illustrates the partition before and after:
    |----59.97GB----------||-- --20GB------|EndOfDisk

    |----59.94GB---------| |----19.95GB-- |EndOfDisk

    And sorry for being so verbose but I didn't find this solution anywhere on the internet, even on Microsoft's site.

    You know, someone should put all the intelligence of us pc technicians into a single, quick diagnosis program, and make a lot of money. Is there such a program? It would save me some headaches.

    You could probably get a similar result by using the GNU Parted LiveCD, YMMV.
  4. In Topic: Reinstall xp from UBCD

    Posted 8 Dec 2008

    Looks like a neat project, Nuno.

    I recently saw some floppy disk image that boots from a standard floppy, and then can boot from a usb, and possibly, from an optical drive. I can't remember the name, but it would have solved the problem of the original poster pretty easily. Was it GNU Grub? :wall:
  5. In Topic: Support Ctrl-Escape or Winkey

    Posted 15 Nov 2008

    Does a win2k ubcd4win boot faster?

    If I built a windows 2000 ubcd4win cd would the kernel support the newer ntfs in XP and later?

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