Multi OS Disc

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Multi OS Disc

Postby arlec » Fri Jan 25, 2008 11:23 am

Hello, I'm new here and I've been sitting down for 15 hours to try to make a multi OS installation disc (XP Home OEM and XP Pro Corp) with PowerPacker 1RC9,
and I have searched the forums here and on for a normal guide,
but not even your own homepage has one "Coming soon..", or even a help file with the software?

By the way: I'm using Vista, and sometimes it doesn't give me the full file names.. like the "i386" folder gets renamed to only "386".

It looks great but please help me out!! =)
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Postby rollcage » Fri Jan 25, 2008 2:17 pm

I was also thinking about this,

i am making my nlite personal slipstream but dont know how to go on to make
a dual OS .. with mirror filing

any link for tutorial

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Postby lilies34 » Wed Feb 13, 2008 5:22 am

..same here. looks like we're in the same path guys. i haven't found a tutorial yet. :( gotta keep searching then.
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Postby rowdony » Tue Oct 26, 2010 10:22 am

Why not use a USB memory stick? and configure one for each OS.....look online how to configure.

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Postby vinodh » Sun Dec 05, 2010 6:10 am

Use a ISO program like UltraISO, PowerISO etc to extract ALL the files from you untouched XP ISO's into separately named folders eg. XP_PRO_OEM and XP_HOM_OEM. Open XP Powerpacker and one of these folders eg. XP_PRO_OEM as source/input. Create a empty folder eg. XP_AIO and then select this folder in Powerpacker as output.

Regardless of the version and edition of XP that PowerPacker auto selects, manually click on the appropriate version/edition. If you don't do this it will give you that annoying "check you version" error.

The click on "Pack these files..." and wait for it to finish. Then select XP_HOM_OEM as source/input and XP_AIO as output. Manually select editions again and click "Pack these files...". Then click "package ISO". Burn the new ISO with Nero or similar.
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