I have been trying unsuccessfully for two days to create a BartPE Boot disk on OEM Win XP Home. I have created many of these on my old computer that had the "upgrade" version of XP Home and had no problems. Now, each time I try to create an updated boot disk, a "warning" message appears at the top saying that it may not be successful when built on Windows XP OEM. The boot disks go through the creation process OK and will boot but none of the many program that should be on the disk will show on the screen. Most are the default programs that come with BartPE and I know that they should appear and run. Now, all that will come up are Wordpad, Calculator and one other program that is of little value when a boot disk is needed. I still have several two to three year old BartPE boot disks and they will run on this machine with no problems. I had no idea that the OEM XP would be crippled in some way or I would have bought the regular upgrade version. I still have my old regular version from a machine that I scrapped but I doubt that Microsoft would allow it to run on a completely different computer. Has anyone else had a bad experience creating boot disks with the OEM Win XP program?