QUOTE (jaclaz @ Jun 21 2009, 01:19 PM)
If the partition is formatted as NTFS you can use hardlinks allright.
could be handy.
There is no such thing as a "Bart UBCD", there is UBCD:http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/
If you mean two versions of UBCD4WIN, I would be curious to know why you need two copies.
In any case, how BIG are them, if two do not fit into 2 Gb they must be HUGE, and why should they fit in 2 Gb if you have a 4 gb stick?
Each copy of Bart is just over 1G and I also have a copy of Windows System recovery on the flash
1 copy boots without NTFS disk drivers and then unmounts those drive letters, so I have no NTFS Hard drives after it loads. That way the harddisk are more or less protected.
The other copy has all drives supported.
So the Flash needs to be fat or fat32 format to run with out NTFS drivers.
I have a handfull of 2g micro sd memorys that I would like to use and They can fit in a very small keychain usb reader.
I like to try new ways of doing things, doing the same thing gets old fast for me.
Thks 4 your fast reply.