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EasyBCD: The Ultimate Tool for Creating Windows XP Bootable USB Drives

The .NET Framework Repair Tool provides an option to repair the versions of .NET Framework that are installed on the computer (step 3 of the process in the "Repair Tool options" section). The tool requires the redistributable files of those versions to be available at the time of repair. By default, the tool downloads these packages from the internet during the repair. If your computer has limited or no internet connectivity, you should use Offline mode for the repair. To do this, specify the /addsource option together with the path of the folder that contains the redistributable files, as in the following example:

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NetfxRepairTool.exe /addsource \\SHARE_PC\SHARE_FOLDER If the Repair Tool does not find the required redistributable in the specified folder, it will try to download the file from the internet. The Repair Tool cannot do this if the required file cannot be downloaded. The following table lists the .NET Framework redistributable files.

Hi!!I looking for someone utility how EasyBCD but for Windows XP..I wish add to my XP bootloader my Ubuntu, Kubuntu and Edubuntu (and yes Iam Ubuntuadict!! =P) but with East BCD I need the Boot vista filesits correct?? or i can add my linux Distros to my XP boot loader with EasyBCD??Greetings!! =PAldus

EASYbcd properties in VISTAThere is one entry in the Vista Bootloader.Bootloader Timeout: 30 seconds.Default OS: Microsoft Windows VistaEntry #1Name: Microsoft Windows VistaBCD ID: currentDrive: C:\Bootloader Path: \Windows\system32\winload.exeWindows Directory: \Windows

i actually have to disagreeim a novice and i just installed vista onto an xp machinewhat i did first may have been why though, i ran vista from desktopi clicked on install,,now interestingly it downloaded and installed files (my guess would be the bootmgr files needed )then it asked for it to then be ran from disk,ie reboot and installi did this and it all went fine,,,she has vista running on her xp machine without me taking files from my vista machineso yer ,maybe xp users could give this a try also

I have installed windows 7 on c: drive and XP on D: drive. Now the pc loads only the XP by default. I have downloaded EasyBSD and installed it on using XP partition i.e. D: drive. But when I click on the the icon start EasyBSD, it says failed to load the application. How can we install EasyBSD on XP and then change the boot files? Please help.

hi maybe ur funny tool has changed a bit since 2008 against ur instructions here. am trying to install it on windows xp only machine, following ur instructions. i.e. it has .net 2.0, it runs, and it has on ide drive c: a valic ntldr, and valid and booting windows xp install. likewise, i copied the \boot directory with contents to the windows directory.the whole drive c is ntfs.upon first start, the tool will by no means ask to repair a boot install for vista. it will have the backup/repair button, which will only return the error message it is only available on vista and windows 7. ahathen it will have bootloader setup, where u can install bcd (to c does not work because it is the instance in use, and i suppose it is only for external media anyway), plus u can write a vista/win7 or an xp bootloader to mbr. the choice of the vista /win 7 boot loader will mess up the mbr, saying bootmanager missing on boot, meaning it has to be returned to normall using fixboot from recovery console.the write win xp bootloader to mbr has no effect on an xp install.either way, if then i try to edit boot menu, which may show windows 7 / vista, to the effect that i am using add new item, for windows xp, it will both on automatic and on selection of C: claim it cannot find a valid windows nt/xp2003 install (regardless of wheter i wrote a vista 7 loader, none or am certain the current xp loader is intact.

Hello! Got a big problem: I have Vista on my Pc, and tryed to install Xp and Win98 on it too. Started with Xp on a second Partition of the same hard disk. It got well untill the install was finished. Now i cant boot any Windows. I erased the second partition again, but nothing chanced. so i checked the internet and downloaded easybcd on a boot-CD. But i dont know how to use it! I boot from the CD and get to dos. Now i dont know what to do. Can someone help me,please.

The Media Creation Tool can can be used to just download the ISO image of Windows 10, which can then be used with something like Rufus to create the bootable USB drive. This offers the advantage of being able to keep a backup of the ISO image, as well as create multiple boot drives without having to download the image each time. If you run into problems with the Media Creation Tool when it comes to creating the bootable flash drive, you can use the following method.

This was mentioned previously in the Windows 10 section, but if you are creating a USB boot drive for Windows 10 and your 64GB drive is only showing 32GB available, then you need to recreate your boot drive with Rufus. The Media Creation Tool (MCT) only supports drives up to 32GB, and anything larger will have a second partition made, which Windows can not detect normally (but is still available if you plug it into a Linux machine for example). So download the ISO with MCT, then flash it with Rufus.

Dependency Walker is part of several Microsoft products, such as Visual Studio, Visual C++, Visual Basic, Windows 2000/XP/2003 support tools (on the Windows CD), Windows 98/NT/2000/XP/2003 Resource Kits, Platform SDK, Windows DDK, Windows SDK, and MSDN. There are also several places on the Microsoft web site that it can be downloaded from for free. This site was created in order to distribute the latest version of Dependency Walker for testing.

Or course, that being said, I have seen external drive manufacturers combining a GPT loader in with their drives which will allow Windows XP x86 I/O on a drive greater than 2TB, this may be the case in your situation. The GPT loader I have come across is called Paragon GPT loader. I would imagine this would cause lag on I/O as it is another stack process.

The utilities page contains useful programs that provide extended capabilities for application development and manufacturing support. Engineers should take care to validate output from these utilities. Extreme vigilance should be exercised when dealing with programming/download utilities so that device contents are not erroneously deleted or corrupted.

COMPort_Assignment is a free utility that is used for assigning the COM Port numbers of FTDI devices. It runs under Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7. COMPort_Assignment utility is available for download as a .zip file by clicking here.

A version of USBView is available for Linux from -usb/. As with the Windows version, this displays a connection tree of all the USB devices connected to the PC. A version compiled for x86_64 Linux can be downloaded here.

This free Windows based software package will run on Windows XP or later. RL-Loader is used to configure and download data from the RainLog. Data is displayed in both text and graphical formats and can be printed or exported directly into Microsoft Excel. The device info window gives you vital information about the RainLog, such as time, date and amount of memory used. The text window displays daily totals or the list of rainfall events as they occur. The graph window displays a bar chart of the daily rainfall totals with a configurable graphing range.

Microcontrollers are usually programmed through a programmer unless you have a piece of firmware in your microcontroller that allows installing new firmware without the need of an external programmer. This is called a bootloader.

To burn the bootloader, you'll need to buy an AVR-ISP (in-system programmer), USBtinyISP or build a ParallelProgrammer. The programmer should be connected to the ICSP pins (the 2 by 3 pin header) - make sure you plug it in the right way. The board must be powered by an external power supply or the USB port.

Make sure you have the right item selected in the Tools Board menu. Then, just launch the appropriate command from the Tools > Burn Bootloader menu of the Arduino environment. Burning the bootloader may take 15 seconds or more, so be patient.

The current bootloaders (i.e. the ones included in Arduino 0009) are almost identical for the Diecimila and NG (with ATmega168). They both run at 19200 baud and take up 2 KB of flash memory on the ATmega168. The only differences is the time the bootloader waits for a new program to arrive and the number of times it flashes the pin 13 LED when it starts. Because of the automatic reset on the Diecimila, its bootloader only waits a very short amount of time (less than a second) - to save time, it also flashes the pin 13 LED once. The NG bootloader waits about 6-8 seconds and flashes the LED three times.

The bootloader that actually shipped on the Arduino NG is slightly different. It enables the internal pullup resistor on pin 6, and doesn't enable the internal pullup on the RX pin. Nor does it timeout upon receiving invalid data, so if you send data to it immediately after it resets, your sketch will never start.

The ATmega8 bootloader only takes up 1 KB of flash. It does not timeout when it receives invalid data, you need to make sure that no data is sent to the board during the 6-8 seconds when the bootloader is running.

Some ancient versions of the bootloader run at 9600 baud (instead of 19200). In order to successfully upload sketches to boards with this bootloader, you'll need to change the serial.download_rate in your preferences file to 9600.


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