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[Tutorial] Graphical Bootmenu


HJW
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Hi Folks,

To share some of my knowledge concerning unattended projects I decided to release some tutorials. This is the first one have fun reading, hopefully you can learn something from it :thumbup

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Tutorial and example config file attached to this post use 7zip to open archive.

download v1.0

HJW

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That is a very well put together tutorial HJW! :thumbup

Very nice. I may use some of these ideas when I code the next release of Windows XP PowerPacker. :D

a question...

Are there any issues with any computers displaying graphic menus that you know of? I mean like older computers or something.

It would be awsome if maybe you can help me put together a new boot menu system for powerPacker. ;) I'm sure we could code it in a way where people can easily share themes and stuff.

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That is a very well put together tutorial HJW! :thumbup

Very nice. I may use some of these ideas when I code the next release of Windows XP PowerPacker. :D

a question...

Are there any issues with any computers displaying graphic menus that you know of? I mean like older computers or something.

It would be awsome if maybe you can help me put together a new boot menu system for powerPacker. ;) I'm sure we could code it in a way where people can easily share themes and stuff.

Thanks,

Your question; very old computers that don't support VGAmode by cdshell will receive an error. I assume you guys are running 'modern' machines nowadays ;).

HJW

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Hi HJW just want to thank you for your great tutorial. BTW is this can be used together with Hiren BootCD? Can you help me? Just want to have a nlited windows xp sp3 setup files and hiren bootcd. To which I can select from a dos menu upon booting what particular task I want. And burn the iso to cd. Thanks in advance.

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