Windows XP PowerPacker

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  • Version: 1.0 RC9 Final
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  • File Size: 663.94 KB
  • Date: Apr 02, 2007
  • License: Freeware
  • Category:
    Boot CD
    File & Disk
Windows XP PowerPacker Download
Free Download Windows XP PowerPacker 1.0 RC9 Final

Windows XP PowerPacker was made with the BTS DriverPacks in mind. Basically it does just about everything you need to do to add a windows XP load to your MultiBoot Disk.

Windows XP PowerPacker will help a user create a Multiboot Windows XP disk with or without DriverPacks. It will do almost everything for you, even hex edit the files needed to be hexed, create the boot directory, boot menu, etc. It makes creating multiboot XP disks a breeze.

Windows XP PowerPacker will gather the needed files from your source XP CD and put them into a folder you specify. It will grab the DriverPack Files and install them. It will create a boot directory for your load and even hex edit the files that need to be HEXED to allow you to boot to it. It will put the needed info into the boot list so you can select your XP load. It makes testing the DriverPacks very easy!

* Open the program.
* Browse to your source XP files. (The directory containing the first I386 directory you want to use.)
* Browse to the directory where you want to create your "PowerPack" disk. (Make sure you have plenty of room on this hard drive because we may be using a lot of space.)
* Select Your Windows XP Version. (If your I386 folder is a XP Pro disk choose "Professional" or if it is a Home disk choose "Home".)
* Now choose your Windows XP Edition. (Corporate, Retail, OEM, or Upgrade.)
* Next... will this be With or Without BTS DriverPacks? If you select "With BTS DriverPacks" you will notice the Input boxes for DriverPacks and the next steps "Unattended" will be enabled. (You must be createing an Unattended load if you want to use the DriverPacks!) Browse to your "UWXPCD_ROOT" directory which you created using "BTS_DPs_Slipstreamer_Vxxxx.cmd". "UWXPCD_ROOT" should have a file inside of it called "RUN_ME.CMD".
* Now select whether or not this is an Unattended Install.
* If it is an Unattended install you will need to browse to the winnt.sif file you will use for this load.
* Then browse to the $OEM$ directory you want to use for this load (Optional).
* You will notice a section called "Extra Source Files". This section is disabled for now because it has not been implemented yet.
* Now that you have made your selections you can click on the button "Pack Files Now".

The license of this software is Freeware, you can free download and free use this boot cd software.

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