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Shaieb

Winsetupfromusb

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Hi every body

I`m a new member to MSFN  i`m working with multiboot usb using

winsetupfromusb which is considered one of the best programs

to make multiboot usbs but my Question today is there any possibility

to add a background image for the menu list, doing so will give a nice

presentation to the program menu list.

My best regards to all of you.

Shaieb

 

 

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Hi Shaieb

I`m a old member to MSFN, welcome, my new blue centered friend

As you should know, winsetupfromusb uses as boot manager grub4dos

and you can add a background image to the grub4dos menu.lst alright, actually

there are two ways, to add such an image, "plain" bitmap (splashimage) or GFX

http://diddy.boot-land.net/grub4dos/files/splash.htm

http://diddy.boot-land.net/grub4dos/files/gfxmenu.htm

My best regards to you will be delayed until you will post normally,

there is no actual reason for the fancy formatting...

jaclaz


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Hi Shaieb

I`m a old member to MSFN, welcome, my new blue centered friend

As you should know, winsetupfromusb uses as boot manager grub4dos

and you can add a background image to the grub4dos menu.lst alright, actually

there are two ways, to add such an image, "plain" bitmap (splashimage) or GFX

http://diddy.boot-land.net/grub4dos/files/splash.htm

http://diddy.boot-land.net/grub4dos/files/gfxmenu.htm

My best regards to you will be delayed until you will post normally,

there is no actual reason for the fancy formatting...

jaclaz

 

 

:hello:

Edited by Shaieb

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Hi there


Thanks for replying me , with your help i could find what


i was looking for thanks again and my best regards to you


Shaieb :hello: 

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Hi I would like to know the deference between WinSetupFromUSB_1-4 & WinSetupFromUSB_1-6


:} What is new. thanks Shaieb


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Hi there


I `m asking if there is a possibility to add the feature


of ( ISO file maker ) to the Winsetupfromusb next version .


Thanks a lot


Shaieb


 


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Hi there

I `m asking if there is a possibility to add the feature

of ( ISO file maker ) to the Winsetupfromusb next version .

Thanks a lot

Shaieb

 

 

No, you are not asking anything :no:.

Noone can understand what is "ISO file maker" or whatever "feature" you are talking about.

You are just babbling something meaningless :w00t: and doing so AFTER you have been told (possibly not clearly enough :dubbio:):

PLEASE, DO NOT use CENTERED alignment, DO NOT use any kind of "special" formatting of your posts.

Write in plain, normal text UNLESS you want to highlight a specific part of your post, like a single word or a particular sentence, see also Rule #11:

http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?app=forums&module=extras&section=boardrules

Please, if you have any suggestion, bug report or feature request do try to explain IN DETAIL what it is, the reasons why, etc., etc.

jaclaz

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