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Windows 7: Recovery CD for paragon free, win or linux

17 Jun 2012   #1
vlsi99xx

win 7 64
 
 
Recovery CD for paragon free, win or linux

Hello:

I have been testing Paragon free and it looks promising. However, a lot of people like me are experiencing problems using the recovery CD Linux based that it is created with the free version of Paragon. It is basically unusable.

Does any one know how to build your bootable CD using WINPE or Linux?
I understand that WINPE is not free and you need to build it from your own windows environment. However, I know people build their own with many different applications. Does anyone have instructions how to do this with WinPe or Linux.

I can buy the paid version and do it. I just want to customize the recovery CD and I am only planning to use Paragon for one function.


thanks


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17 Jun 2012   #2
karlsnooks

MS Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-bit
 
 

WinPE stands for Windows PreExecution Environment and is part of downloadable Win 7 software, the WAIK (Windows Automated Installation Kit).

For much, much more info on customizing winPE and related topics. I recommend Reboot.Pro: I also recommend that you sign up for their RSS feed and their newsletter.

Google: REBOOT.PRO

You will be interested in WinPEBuilder

The reboot.;pro forum is the best place for you to ask winpe questions.


We only scratch the surface here, although we have a couple of very versed members.
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