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2 Files Needed

I read how to make BartPE launch from USB but I also read that u need the Windows 2003 SP1 for 2 files. Since I have dialup its impossible for me to download the whole file (c.350mb) so can someone please send me those 2 files needed only pleeeease????

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two files do you need?

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Yes

Yes i need the files setupldr.bin and ramdisk.sy_ . These allow u to boot BartPE from your USB Drive.

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It

seems that they should be on your XP setup CD. If you havent got that I'll send them to you.

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No, I think he said he needs the ones from the Server 2003 SP1 CD, not XP.

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Those files may be on the XP CD but it is the 2003 files that are indeed needed. XP when booting from a USB device resets the USB Bus during its boot sequence. To get around this limitation you can boot it off a USB device by using the 2003 files which don't actually reset the BUS and leave it open so all of the XP boot files and such can be fully accessed.

I have not played around with this yet myself but know it can be done as it is discussed frquently on UBCD4Win.com

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Ah

fair enough, I'll start downloading.

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Have

you got an e-mail address that I can send them to?

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Hey 10x

Sure, My email is md@chriscrossmt.com

BTW thank u very much for downloading it for me. :->

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No

problem it was downloading at 750KB/Sec, Microsoft have nice fast servers.

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Woah!

750 kilobytes? What the heck kind of blazing broadband do you have, anyway? Let's see... 750KB * 1024 bytes * 8 bits = 6.144 Mbps? Oh, and not all of Microsoft's servers are that fast... I downloaded the DirectX SDK last night and it never got much better than 50KB/sec. I usually get ~190KB/sec (1.5 Mbps).

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Supposed

to be 8Mbps but we're too far away from the exchange!

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