Disk Management via BartPE

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  1. aigle

    aigle Registered Member

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    I have made a simple BartPE Cd. When I boot from it and click Disk Management, nothing shows up?

    Is it normal? Do I need extra plugins for this?

    Thanks.
     
  2. aigle

    aigle Registered Member

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    I have tried following,

    Windows Disk amnagement-- I clicked this option in BartPE but no response
    Put following command in Run, diskmgmt.msc--- no success
    Rt. clicked my computer and clicked manage-- no success
    Also tried to open Computer management via start menue. programmes. asministrative tools-- also failed

    Any help here.
     
  3. iceni60

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    did you compile a Disk Management program with it? perhaps Image Maker 1.1?? i haven't used BartPE, but i have compiled an UBCD4WIN cd with is based on BartPE. for that i had to make the cd with all the programs i was going to want on the cd. UBCD4WIN is one of the best things i have come across on the internet, it worth trying that out if you don't have success with BartPE by itself.

    if you search for Disk Management on the link below it mentions Image Maker 1.1. maybe try looking for that o_O
    http://www.stidyup.littlbuger.info/Plugins/pluginlist.htm

    here are the tools for UBCD4WIN -
    http://www.ubcd4win.com/contents.htm

    when i used it i had to compile it manually with my windows cd, maybe it's abit easier now o_O anyway even if you don't make the cd it's still great just having all the standalone programs. you can just use the programs on you normal computer, every program is a standalone - none install, which just run from their own folder :cool: there's firefox, DeepBurner, DrvImagerXP, HDTune, Eraser, Agent Ransack, freeCommander, Disk Investigator, AdAware, Tight VNC Viewer, RegCleaner, FileZilla, Real VNC Server, UltraVNC etc etc lol
     
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