As promised, here are some screenies.
Screen 01: This is the boot menu if you choose to have Grub4Win installed. The two Linux Distros are optional, but they are good to have, especially Partition Magic clone.
Screen 02: This is VistaPE booting up. It actually loads fast … even though it’s Vista based.
Screen 03: This is the actual environment. The shell is Explorer, but you can set BS Explorer as default if you want. I am use to MS Windows Explorer, so I chose that. I have my mouse cursor over Avira.
Screen 04: The Start Menu.
Screen 05: TrueCrypt 6.0a.
Screen 06: Speaks for itself.
Screen 07: Rebooted into Parted Linux. This is the default screen.
Screen 08: The heart and soul of Parted Linux: GParted. That’s really just about all that is on this Linux Distro save for a few apps. It’s mainly used to move/resize/edit/delete/create partitions of all types including popular ones for linux and even NTFS for Windows. I made the NTFS partition with this and then installed WinXP in the Virtual Machine.
Screen 09: The bootup of SliTaz Linux. It’s a small Distro that is very fast. It detects your Sound card and it worked in the Virtual Machine without any configuration.
Screen 10 and 11: Some more SliTaz Linux.
Some of the features I show in the screen shots need the Vista DVD, like explorer, but you can make a VistaPE or XP CD with the WAIK free from Microsoft.
The size of the CD with all these features is 415 MB. I have loads of room for more apps. I just need to figure out what I want on the disc. I will have more as soon as I take some stuff off like Total Commander. It needs a license that I don’t have.
Oh, in the screen shots of the desktop where there is the GetDataBack icons, those are the scripts I made. It was relatively easy once I read the manual.
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