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Posts posted by victor888

  1. Above

    I don't know how to explain it to you. What you need to do is just run the batch under pe, then you could understand everything. Certainly, the some lines under the line you asked also tell what is what.

    I have to say, my batches have been donloaded and tested by many many people, exceplt Jaclaz last bug feedback, no bug reported. Here is the reference: http://bbs.wuyou.com/viewthread.php?tid=13...;extra=page%3D4

  2. Hi, Jaclaz

    My suspiiion is right, your HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Disk\Enum has a strange value---"2"="SCSI\\Disk&Ven_Perisoft&Prod_Virtual_Disk&Rev_0001\\1&2afd7d61&1&000", a virtual disk which has no sigcode and can't be displayed by diskpart.

    To meet this special situation, I have to revise my code again. Please wait for a short time.

    Thank you for testing it!

  3. Jaclaz

    Though long time past since I have written above post, I think the problem you pointed out over and over. Finally, I think the problem comes from your ITALIAN xp system that is because of different system code.

    I found a strang letter from your feedback too--"Jí". I don't know what it is.

    I hope for a long time and again you could give your registry value of "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\MountedDevices" for me to check.

    My batch files have been downloaded by many Chinese and no bugs emerge since my last revision (same as here attached).

  4. Hi, Jaclaz.

    Thanks for your feed back first.

    The strange letter ¡ú is "→" I don't know if you can recognize it in IE.

    Do send me your registry value of "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\MountedDevices". I must make a through check.

    I have to point out that the drive letter order of a fixed hard disk is obtained by their volume offsets size ascendingly.

    ":sort" is the compare procedure, btw, IF command can compare hex values.

  5. I can understand you.

    As for me I spent nealy 3 months to fully understand the batch file USB_MULTIBOOT_10 and the principle of installin xp from usb. I think only you completely understand the principle of installing xp from hard drives that you can modify the usb stick freely.

    I wrote a post in Chinese here: http://bbs.wuyou.com/viewthread.php?tid=13...;extra=page%3D1

    which describe the installing principle and how to manually do it.

    Till now, I think USB_MULTIBOO_10 is a little complicate for a new user.

    OK, so much.

  6. Thanks to ILKO_T

    For making boot file I use bt_folder4.cmd from usb_multiboot_10, what I need to do is just add two files disk105 and disk106, both of them are renamed from disk101 or disk102-104 of boot files.

    I will try

    SetupSourcePath = "\xppro\"

    SetupSourceDevice = \device\floppydisk1

  7. I am crazy studing install xp from usb these days.

    I have tried many ways and each time failed.

    Here, I came out a way to install xp, I am not sure wether it is reliable.

    We know we can setup xp installation from floppy disk. Wether it is possilbe to chainloader setupldr.bin which is from xp boot folder (the content is same as $WIN_NT$.~LS, but need disk105 and disk106) from a usb-zip boot flash disk? i386 folder is just on the root of flash disk.

    If I made a low-level mistake, you may laugh.. :sneaky:

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