My notebook (Toshiba M205 tablet) has the problem described at KB307545 which means it won't boot the installed Windows XP Tablet edition.
This notebook doesn't have a CD / DVD ROM drive (except a USB attached one that it can't boot from) not does it have a floppy disk. However it does have an SD card slot which can be made bootable in the following weird way :
1. Format the SD card in FAT16 format
2. Create a 1.44MB bootable floppy disk image in .VFD file format
3. Copy it to the SD card with a specific name "$TOSFD00.VFD" which is recognised by the M205 BIOS.
When the SD card is selected as the boot device the BIOS interprets the contents of the $TOSFD00.VFD file as being the A: Drive contents and the remainder of the contents of the SD card are shown under the C: drive. I have been able to copy the contents of my BartPE disk to the SD card and when booted I can change to the C: drive on the SD card and see the files contained there like eg i386\EXPLORER.EXE, i386\NTDETECT.COM etc etc.
My problem is that when I try to start any of these programs they say they cannot run under DOS so can anyone please tell me how I can boot a BartPE installation on my C: drive from the DOS prompt on the A: Drive ?