Showing posts with label win PE. Show all posts
Showing posts with label win PE. Show all posts

Thursday, March 10, 2011

A tiny PE3 Winbuilder project without an installation source!

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Win7PE source!

Only AIK 3 is needed:
Download and mount the ISO with a mounting tool like Daemon Tools or MagicDisc for example.

Note: This aik needs to be installed:
Can also be used as source!

And the small 10MB project:
Or here:
Unzip, start Winbuilder.exe, point to the mounted AIK3 iso and click on the big blue “play”.

It is based on the Vistape project by Nightman, JonF and many other script developers.
Optimized and updated with latest Runscanner25v42 and Common_Capi v25rev61.

Note: No Internet included!
512MB Ram is enough on the running machine!

Building time with no app scripts: ~ 2 minutes.
Building time with all 20 app scripts: ~ 5 minutes.
Booting (UFD) time with 20 apps: ~ 3 minutes

It’s made as small as possible but have some system app scripts included and checked by default:
FreeCommander 2009.02b
CloneDisk 1.8.3
USBDeview 1.83

Result is a 95MB bootable ISO.

With optional app scripts included:
Avira Virus scanner. Will add about 60MB to the build.
EASEUS Partition Master Home Edition = 12MB
CPUID-HardwareMonitor 1.17
Recuva 1.39
AgentRansack 762
NTPWEdit 0.3
Sala-PasswordRenew 1.1beta
FastStoneViewer 4.3
Autoruns 10.06
ProduKey 1.46
HDDScan (latest)
Topalas Sysinfo (latest)

Result is a 200MB bootable ISO

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

mixing Win PE 3 and Linux.

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The last days I enjoyed myself by

mixing Win PE 3 and Linux

I wanted to use these o/s simultaneously,so this is the result.

1) Get the ISO image file of WInPE 3.0 and open it
2) On the root of the ISO image put these file and folders :
a) Colinux
a1) Colinux-0.7.8 from here :

a2) Compressed Linux filesystem from here :
Unzip the the file to C:\coLinux. This will take a while (unpacked it will be 1G). Unzipped, the file will have the name Ubuntu-9.04.ext3.1gb.fs.
The images that coLinux provides may not be big enough for our needs, especially if we plan to install Gnome or KDE. Here's a nifty little program we can use to increase the size of the image file: Toporesize can be found on Colinux Image Tools.
a3) Edit the colinux.conf file like this :
b) tools
b1) 7z files from here :
b2) NXclient client / server for Windows / Linux files from here :
b3) Wincap-nmap-4.11.exe file
c) script.bat
edited script.bat like this and put it on the root of the ISO image
@echo off
set tagsource=\colinux
for %%i in (c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z) do if exist "%%i:%tagsource%" set cddrive=%%i:
set tagdest=\"autoexec.bat"
for %%i in (c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z) do if exist "%%i:%tagdest%" set drivedest=%%i:
echo %cddrive%
echo %drivedest%
cd \tools
winpcap-nmap-4.11.exe /s
cd \
if exist %drivedest%\colinux echo You already have an old installaion of Colinux,starting...
if exist %drivedest%\colinux goto start_colinux
mkdir colinux
cd \colinux
xcopy *.* %drivedest%\colinux /S
cd \tools\7z
copy 7z*.* %drivedest%\colinux
cd \colinux
7z e
cd \colinux
colinux-daemon.exe --remove-driver
colinux-daemon.exe --install-driver
start /MIN colinux-daemon @colinux.conf
cd \tools\nxclient
start nxclient
that's all. I attached a screenshot to show how works WinPE and Linux together,some time ago enemies,now friends :)