Multiboot 2k10 DVD / USB / HDD v.3.0.5
Multiboot 2k10 DVD / USB / HDD v.3.0.5 | 3.07 GB
Multiboot disk system administrator based on the loader BOOTMGR (Windows 8), Isolinux / Syslinux v.4.06 and Grub4Dos v.0.4.5c. The disc consists of a large number of products, unification of the shell, with vozmozhnost boot c CD / DVD, USB Flash Drive, USB-HDD and conventional HDD.
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How to create a bootable CD or DVD USB-Flash/USB-HDD
1. For CD / DVD:
You will need a program for recording images - for example, Nero Burning ROM. Run the program, Recorder -> Burn Image, specify a file with a way to make sure that was marked "Finalize Disc" and the method of recording "Disc-At-Once (DAO)". Disc with other recording settings will not boot! Nero also recommended to "Enable generation of short Lead-Out" (File -> Options -> Expert Features), this reduces the recording time, speed up the recognition time compact and slightly increase the "capacity" blanks. Write speed - the minimum within reasonable limits. I recommend 8-16x for CD-ROM drive or 4 - for the DVD. Principle is slower write -> faster (reliable) read out.
You can also use other programs that can record images (for example, UltraISO, Alcohol 120, ...).
2. Setting build on the stick:
Attention! Many utilities (for example, the standard windows format) are not fully formatted USB flash drive, they see that it is, and do not touch the areas that they appear to be correct. Therefore, it is advisable to clean the USB flash drive, for example by using RMPrepUSB, HDD Low Level Format Tool or run a test on record any of the utilities FlashNull, Check Flash, HD Tune Pro, Flash Memory Toolkit Pro, it's guaranteed to kill the layout and formatting will cause the program to make everything from scratch . After cleaning necessarily "distort" the stick, but after formatting it to perform validation using CheckDisk (2k10 Programs-2k10 HDD-Utilites ). When bugs repeated cleaning stick and formatting. If you use formatting with BootICE -> Parts Manage -> ReFormat USB disk, then it is an extra operation. BootICE formatting automatically does the cleaning.
2.1 USB flash drive, you must first format (Note: All data on the flash drive will be erased). It is necessary to flash drive was seen as Bios USB-HDD, with which you can boot the operating system. If the flash drive / propeller has been used as a boot, this step can be skipped. The USB flash drive is recommended to format a FAT32 (in this file system, it lasts longer and more stable), but, if necessary, you can use NTFS (faster "kills" the stick, requires a "safe removal", but it supports files larger than 4GB). This is best done using RMPrepUSB (is in the assembly on the way 2k10 Programs-2k10 Flash-Utilites RMPrepUSB or from the menu P2Start.exe "Programs 2k10 USB-Flash utility"). This utility creates as close as possible to the screw geometry on a flash drive. If you check Boot as HDD (C: 2PTNS), the flash drive will be created two partitions (half the minimum for maximum simulation screws). But I do not recommend using this option, this flash drive will "hang" household appliances (TVs with flash player, players, etc.). It is enough to do, as shown.
Alternative methods of formatting the flash drive (instead of 2.1)
2.1.1 Format the USB flash drive using HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool (is in the assembly by way of Programs-2k10 Flash-Utilites HPUSBFW), you can use the quick format. Some PCs may not work (on a flash drive is connected properly boot). If it works, can be used for FAT32, and for NTFS.
2.1.2 Format the USB flash drive using BootICE (2k10 Programs-2k10 Flash-Utilites BootICE ) ... Recommended format so: BootICE (select flash) -> Parts Manage -> ReFormat USB disk -> USB-HDD mode (Single Partition) - Align to sectors: 2048 -> Next -> FAT32 (NTFS) -> OK. The same does not always work, I have - the loader is connected correctly only under NTFS.
2.1.3 Using FBInstTool (Programs-2k10 Flash-Utilites FBInstTool or in the menu under USB-Flash utility.) Utility for non-standard formatting flash drives, creates a framework of a special type (USB-HDD + USB-Zip). Select USB flash drive (focus on size!), Noted in the formatting options:-raw-force, to format.
2.2 After formatting, remove the USB flash drive and connect again.
2.3 Using WinRar, 7-zip, UltraISO, or even FAR or Total Commander to unpack the contents of the image on a USB flash drive / USB-HDD (all of the above is in the assembly). Just copy the folder 2k10, P2Start.exe and if you want MobaLive.exe.
Faster the first extract the contents of the image to a temporary folder on the screw, and then copy all of it on a flash drive - have been tested experience. You can also mount the image as a virtual CD-ROM and copy of it - the effect is the same. If the establishment of the stick is made under the loaded assembly, convenient to mount the image using ImDisk (RMB on the way, "Mount ...").
2.4 The use of flash drives to boot Syslinux:
Need to make a bootable USB flash drive. Go to the folder 2k10 on the flash drive and run MakeBoot_SYSLINUX.bat. This batch file will make the drive bootable. Please note that MakeBoot_SYSLINUX.bat need to run it from a flash drive (he defines on the drive letter). After working batch file your flash drive ready for operation.
Under Windows Vista/7/8, if enabled UAC, must be pre-set in the properties file attrib.exe (2k10 SYSLINUX attrib.exe) Run as administrator! After working batch file your flash drive has a boot (in the folder 2k10 Syslinux to create a boot file ldlinux.sys (attributes: hidden / system).
"Syslinux.exe" is not an internal or external command, operable program or batch file - when you try to run the batch file under the x64 version of Windows. For proper working out need 32-bit version (Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/W7). One possible solution - to make on other computer or burn the image to a CD, boot from it and do everything out of LiveXP.
2.5 Using Grub4Dos loader for flash drives:
Need to make a bootable USB flash drive. Go to the folder 2k10 on the flash drive and run MakeBoot_GRLDR.bat. This batch file will make the drive bootable. Please note that MakeBoot_GRLDR.bat need to run it from a flash drive (he defines on the drive letter). After working batch file your flash drive ready for operation.
Under Windows Vista/7/8, if enabled UAC, must be pre-set in the properties file BSmod.exe (2k10 GRUB4DOS BSmod.exe) Run as administrator!
This is not the only way to install the boot loader Grub4Dos, but one of the most "compatible" for downloading. The loading is identical to that used for Bootmgr (Vista/7/8), a boot sector using the same registration (only adjusted under the name GRUBMGR to avoid overlap with other assemblies / installer / ...).
2.6 The use of flash drives to boot BOOTMGR:
Need to make a bootable USB flash drive. Go to the folder 2k10 on the flash drive and run MakeBoot_BOOTMGR.bat. This batch file will make the drive bootable. Please note that MakeBoot_BOOTMGR.bat need to run it from a flash drive (he defines on the drive letter). After working batch file your flash drive ready for operation.
Under Windows Vista/7/8, if enabled UAC, must be pre-set in the properties file BootSect.exe (2k10 GRUB4DOS BootSect.exe) Run as administrator!
This is the standard way to connect the loader from using MicroSoft c BootSect. However, if desired, the loader can also be connected via BootICE.
3. Installation on USB-HDD/HDD:
3.1 Screw you want to format any program on the breakdown of HDD, create a primary active / boot partition is the right size (at least 2GB). Choose the file system FAT32, but, if necessary, you can use NTFS, if you use the boot Grub4Dos.
If the HDD is used for parallel data transfer, which is break it down as follows: make two primary partitions (if needed - can be more partitions, but certainly the first and the last, for assembly - primary, in the middle can be logical). The first format the partition to fit their needs in FAT32/NTFS / ..., the size of the screw container minus 3-5GB. The second (or last section, for assembly) - be sure to make an active / bootable under FAT32. This section establishes the assembly. Why so? The preferred - if you need to delete the partition with the assembly, or, conversely, to increase the space under this section, the operation will be faster to do with almost any manager disks without data loss in the first sections.
3.2 is copying the assembly to the active partition HDD (similar to 2.3) and connect the loader (pp.2.4-2.5).
Connecting the HDD to boot Syslinux done in a second pass makeboot.bat (in the first - only the stick), read the hint!
Under Windows Vista/7/8 run a batch file with administrator privileges!
Alternative methods of using boot Grub4Dos with BootICE (2012) for flash drives / HDD:
1. Loader WEE. Is placed fully in the MBR (PBR ignored) is 63 sectors (nestandartno!). There is a built-in menu (you can edit at installation), which allows to find and load NTLDR, BOOTMGR, GRLDR, ... In connection with the non-standard is not recommended for universal flash drives, but very convenient, for example, as a Boot-manager on the system drive.
2. GRUB4DOS in the MBR (PBR ignored) is 18 sectors (nestandartno!). Immediately starts GRLDR. In connection with the non-standard is not recommended for universal stick.
3A. USB-HDD + in an MBR, registration GRUB4DOS in the PBR. Not a bad option, and placed works on most flash drives, especially suitable for FAT32.
3B. USB-HDD + in an MBR, NTLDR residence in the PBR. When installing or rename the boot rough in the root directory on the NTLDR, or specify the name of GRLDR for registration in PBR (see the picture). Not a bad option, similar to 3A.
3C. USB-HDD + in an MBR, BOOTMGR residence in the PBR. When installing or rename the boot rough in the root directory on the BOOTMGR, or specify the name of GRLDR (or GRUBMGR for assembly) for registration in PBR. Not a bad option, similar to 3A.
4B. Windows NT 5.x MBR in an MBR, NTLDR residence in the PBR. When installing or rename the boot rough in the root directory on the NTLDR, or specify the name of GRLDR for registration in PBR (see the picture). A good option for bootable on different hardware, but rarely works on a flash drive (depending on the flash chip?), Especially under FAT32.
5C. Windows NT 6.x MBR in an MBR, BOOTMGR residence in the PBR. When installing or rename the boot rough in the root directory on the BOOTMGR, or specify the name of GRLDR (or GRUBMGR for assembly) for registration in PBR. A great option for bootable on different hardware, for some stick may not work under FAT32 (depends on the chip flash?). Implemented in a batch file builds 2.6.0/2.6.1.
My recommendation: for flash drives, unless you want to transfer files larger than 4GB to try to install batch file, check the boot in MobaLive. If you do not work - use NTFS + batch file or the option to install using BootICE - 3C (3A, 3B - they are practically the same) for FAT32.
List of programs in assembly
USB-driver PLOP v.5.0.11
SV-Micro-PE (@ SV2004) Plus Pack 2k10
RusLive (@ NIKZZZZ) Special Edition 2k10
WinPE 7x86 Live (@ Xemom1) Special Edition 2k10
WinPE 7x64 Live (@ Xemom1) Special Edition 2k10
WinPE 8x86 Live (@ Xemom1) Special Edition 2k10
WinPE 8x64 Live (@ Xemom1) Special Edition 2k10
Parted Magic 2013.02.28 / Linux Live-CD /
Linux-version of Acronis DDS v.10.2169 (rus)
Linux-version of Acronis DDH v.11.0.2343up2 (rus)
Linux-version of Acronis TIES v.9.7.8398 (rus)
Linux-version of Acronis TIH Plus Pack 2013 v.16.0.5551 (rus)
Linux-version of Acronis B & RW v.11.5.32308 (rus)
Linux-version of Acronis Snap Deploy 4.0.540 (rus)
Linux-version of Acronis Align Tool / WD, Hitachi / v.2.0.154 (eng)
Linux-version of MiniTool Partition Wizard Technician Edition v.7.8 (eng)
Linux-version of Paragon HDM 12 v.10.1.19.16240 (rus)
Linux-version of Paragon HE 2009 v.9.00.009.8667 (rus)
Linux-version of R-Studio Emergency Network v.5.4.506 (eng)
Linux-version of R-Drive Image v.4.7.4737 (eng)
Linux-version of TeraByte Image for Linux v.2.79 (eng)
DOS-version of Acronis DDS v.10.2169 (rus)
DOS-version of Acronis TIES v.9.7.8398 (rus)
DOS-version of Paragon HDM 12 v.10.1.19.16240 (rus)
DOS-version of Hiren's Boot CD 15.1 (rus)
Wide range of different DOS-utilities and much more.
17.04.2013 Changes in Version 3.0.5:
Added version of PE-assembly based 8h64 (repak assembly Xemom1 from 01.04.13). Updated kernel and software unit cartoon. Improved again reference section 2k10-FAQ.chm/Flash-Boot-FAQ.chm/Migrate-OS-FAQ.chm.
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