QUOTE (cdob @ Mar 13 2011, 01:59 AM)
I assume you did build the ISO file locally...
Actually I downloaded it from a link in a story in Windows Secrets
related to a recent personal experience.
XP install booting and BartPE booting are equal. Add a windows driver to support ISO files.
That's the clue that I needed.
title 06. Boot XP Recovery Console ISO on E:
find --set-root /rc.iso
map --mem /firadisk.gz (fd0)
map --mem /rc.iso (0xff)
This works. It's the same GRUB4DOS commands that I use for PEBuilder.iso. And I suspect that's what your link pointed to.
With my limited GRUB4DOS knowledge I thought the problem was my GRUB4DOS commands.
Thank you cdob
QUOTE (jaclaz @ Mar 13 2011, 04:32 AM)
BTW you also have "wrong" grub4dos settings, you have an unneeded closing bracket at the end of mapping line.
As a general rule unless really wanted hardcoding entries to a device is not the "best" choice, and also taking the habit of establishing root is a good idea:
Thank you jaclaz
. Nice to see you back. Hopefully you were on holiday and not ill.
Would your nonspecify device entries find the rc.iso on my E: drive without the device entries being added or the root (hd0,2) command?