Maybe bcd would be better for this
Here is, what i finally have and what i need:
5 computers with 2 physical harddisk drives each. I want to restore *.sna images from the secondary harddisk to the primary harddisk using Tom Ehlert's snapshot.exe. Now i just need to create a bootcd/dvd, which mounts my ntfs drives C: and D: and simply executes a *.bat script from D:\scripts\menu.bat with a menu, where i can choose one of the available images in D:\images from. During boot no other questions should be asked, except that menu with the images to choose from. I don't need no BartPE-Windows-system loaded. This takes too much time. The *.bat menu with its entries may be hardcoded and is fully sufficient and should be able to execute
D:\tools\snapshot.exe --autoreboot:success C: D:\images\myimage1.sna
D:\tools\snapshot.exe --autoreboot:success C: D:\images\myimage2.sna
After the image was restored, i need a reboot.
[edit:] what i forgot to mention: all ide and sata drives should be supported.