As my "noob" contribution here, for those users of Paragon Software who may prefer building their own Windows Preinstallation Environment (WinPE) multipurpose "rescue disks", I have created and uploaded two Winbuilder scripts. They have been tested with both x86 and x64 builds using the current Win7PE project release (available at http://reboot.pro/12427/ ) but they should work with any Winbuilder PE1 (WinXP), PE2 (Vista), or PE3 (Win7) project. The two scripts that I've made available initially have been designed for including Paragon's Backup and Recover 2012 and/or Hard Disk Manager 11 Suite in your own WinPE build. They can be downloaded by logging into the Winbuilder web site here (preferred). Alternatively, I've also made them available for download from my own web server (compressed in 7-Zip format) as Paragon-BR2012.7z and Paragon-HDM11.7z (temporary). PLEASE NOTE: To use either of them, the "Path to Files" entry must be set within the script to point to the properly licensed and installed Paragon application. They won't work otherwise and that requirement applies even in the case of free editions for home users that require an installation key from Paragon. The two scripts are almost identical except for interface cosmetics. Because they will be used in a self-booting WinPE environment anticipating no requirement for live disc "shadow copying", no provision has been made for installing Paragon's "Hotcore" service driver. Nor is it necessary to include Microsoft's VSS service in your WinPE build unless you want it for other reasons. Both scripts do include an "Install Universal Image Mounter" option (derived from Paragon's freely available CNET download package) although its usefulness is also questionable in the circumstances and that option is unchecked by default. Because Paragon (unlike Acronis, EaseUS and some others) does not use clunky device class filters to bypass the operating sytem's own hardware abstraction layer, these scripts should support any storage device that is supported by your OS natively. User comments and questions on the scripts themselves are welcome, of course, but please do not ask me to provide instructions on bootable WinPE creation with Winbuilder. It would require more space than this board provides and much more free time than I have available. All kinds of info and help can be found on the Winbuilder web site.