is there a program like sardu but let me add winpe image ?

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  1. mantra

    mantra Registered Member

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    Hi

    is there a program like sardu but let me add winpe image ?

    to burn on a dvd

    i would like to add acronis disk director , active boot disk , shadowprotect 4 and paragaon winpe

    to all these on only 1 dvd


    thanks
    cheers
     
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  3. mantra

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    thanks
    but i got several iso , some are not winpe but linux based other winpe iso
    i used magiciso , it claims to built multi boot disk

    i would like to add my iso , to a software , like sardu and burn a dvd
    with everything i need

    is there one?
    thanks
    cheers
     
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    if your ok with using a usb stick instead of a dvd then try this

    it works very well, once in the program just scroll down to the bottom and select 'unlisted ISO' to add any ISO.
     
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  7. mantra

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    HI
    thanks


    i tried to use
    i want to add an acronis boot disk , disk direcotor 11 home
    active winpe w7 based
    and paragaon hard disk manager winpe vista based

    but i tried Qemu to test it before burn ,but doesn't work

    i tried a built an iso , but the porgram creates a folder with many files inside and not 1 iso file :(


    you did use it ,did you tried to add winpe and cd boot like acronis linux based?
    cheers
     
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    The XBoot works very good with USB sticks. Maximum, it handles is 1GB.
     
  9. mantra

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    in a video i can watch an user with an 8gb usb stick

    and with iso ?
    doesn't work ?

    i mean it doesn't save me an iso but a folder with many files inside
    the folder is temp*
     
  10. andyman35

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    I'm not sure why you had the issue you did.
    I created a multiboot DVD with it,containing a mixture of Linux and WinPE disks,including Macrium v5 and similar.

    Anything unrecognised I added using Grub4dos ISO emulation.It does say that sometimes there are issues with Qemu,but it should be fine using a real disc.

    I've posted a screenshot of what you should see upon booting from the created disc:
     

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    thanks
    i run it under w7 32bit
    but i can't understand why it doesn't make me an iso but a folder with fileso_O o_O
     
  12. andyman35

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    That's strange,for me it created "xboot.iso" o_O
     
  13. mantra

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    yes works! thanks

    thanks :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
    it works ->
    work everythigs outside active bood disk , that i should add my name & serial manually
    weird
     
  14. treehouse786

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    Re: yes works! thanks

    create a notepad file containing your name and key just like it says in the email then change the file name from new text document.txt to BOOTDISK.KEY

    now put the key file in the root of the usb disk and the root of your active boot disk containing folder, it should now not ask for the key every time you boot up :thumb:


    create a BOOTDISK.KEY file like this;

    Your Name
    000000-000000-000000-000000-000000-000000-000000-000000-000000-000000-000000
     
  15. andyman35

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    Re: yes works! thanks

    I'm pleased you have it running ok,I'm finding it a most useful utility.:thumb:
     
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    Re: yes works! thanks

    yes thanks :thumb: :thumb:
     
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