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Hiren's BootCD 10.0 and ERD Commander 2005


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I'm trying to boot Hiren's BootCD 10 with this:

kernel /systems/memdisk
initrd /systems/Hirens/HBCD/boot.gz

It's booting fine and i can run stuff like memtest. But when i am trying to launch a bigger program like P Partition Manager it gives me a Error when all drivers are loaded that no CDROM is inserted or something.

I'm also trying to load ERD Commander with This:

find --set-root /grldr
chainloader /systems/ERD/setupldr.bin

And That is not working.

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hello sigge

this is how my hirens is set up and works

title Hirens 10

kernel /hirens/HBCD10/memdisk

initrd /hirens/HBCD10/boot.gz

title Hirens 9.9

kernel /hirens/HBCD9.9/memdisk

initrd /hirens/HBCD9.9/boot.gz

title Hirens 9.8

kernel /hirens/HBCD9.8/memdisk

initrd /hirens/HBCD9.8/boot.gz

title Hirens 9.7

kernel /hirens/HBCD9.7/memdisk

initrd /hirens/HBCD9.7/boot.gz

perhaps you didn't map out menu.lst correctly

boot.gz and memdisk in same folder might or might not matter

i do use erd commander rarely and will attempt to add to multipass

hope it helps

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hello sigge

this is how my hirens is set up and works

title Hirens 10

kernel /hirens/HBCD10/memdisk

initrd /hirens/HBCD10/boot.gz

title Hirens 9.9

kernel /hirens/HBCD9.9/memdisk

initrd /hirens/HBCD9.9/boot.gz

title Hirens 9.8

kernel /hirens/HBCD9.8/memdisk

initrd /hirens/HBCD9.8/boot.gz

title Hirens 9.7

kernel /hirens/HBCD9.7/memdisk

initrd /hirens/HBCD9.7/boot.gz

perhaps you didn't map out menu.lst correctly

boot.gz and memdisk in same folder might or might not matter

i do use erd commander rarely and will attempt to add to multipass

hope it helps

Are you sure that everything works on youre Hirens?

I can start some things, like memtest but i can't start stuff that drivers must be loaded. You know that when you get questions like "Load xyzscsi.bin?" They fail on my computer.

EDIT: I have a sandisk 16GB cruzer micro and it's formatted as NTFS does it make any difference?

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try this

title Start Hiren's BootCD

find --set-root /HBCD/boot.gz

map --mem /HBCD/boot.gz (fd0)

map --hook

chainloader (fd0)+1

rootnoverify (fd0)

map --floppies=1

boot

/HBCD/ is the directory where I have it, in your case I guess it should be

/systems/Hirens/HBCD/boot.gz

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try this

title Start Hiren's BootCD

find --set-root /HBCD/boot.gz

map --mem /HBCD/boot.gz (fd0)

map --hook

chainloader (fd0)+1

rootnoverify (fd0)

map --floppies=1

boot

/HBCD/ is the directory where I have it, in your case I guess it should be

/systems/Hirens/HBCD/boot.gz

I have already tested that and it gives me the same problem..

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