Hmmmm....it did not ask me to make an iso. It stopped when it asked if I was to "add another PBR or HDM or XX"...I typed "n" as I only had PBR installed. That was it.
I repeated the procedure this time I used the ver2 (deleted the elements of the previous ver1)now there is a C: PARAGONPEver2. But the thing is it did not ask again to make an iso...anyway, I was also able to make an iso from the,
using 'Deployment Tools Commad Prompt' of my installed WAIK. See image attached. [IMG]http://s12.**************/4z5iv8249/WAIK_Comman_Line_Deployment_Tool.jpg[/IMG]
I was able to burn it with Imageburn. But when I booted to cd there was an error "CANNOT BOOTMGR". I rebooted again to be sure but the error was the same. Kindly see the contents of the cd/iso file. [IMG]http://s10.**************/c5cxvwspx/boot_cd_contents.jpg[/IMG]
The Oscdimg string is:
oscdimg -n -bc:\PARAGONPEv2\ISO\BOOT\ETFSBOOT.com C:\PARAGONPEv2\ISO\BOOT C:\PARAGONPEv2\ISO\sources\BOOTx86.iso
Is there something wrong I am doing here...? I Hmm is the string correct?
In addition I was lucky to make an iso of the BOOTx86.WIM because I chanced upon I had WAIK installed, how can I make the BOOTx86.WIM to an iso file if I had not used WAIK? That "asking me to make an iso file" is great but sadly it did not push through...
Can I repeat all of that by just deleting the whole C:\PARAGONPEv2 and start over again?
I'd like to see that "ask me to make an iso file" function because that's a nifty addition there. Very nice!
Incidentally during my search for how to make an iso file from the .wim, I formerly opened cmd.exe and pasted the string there but i said,
"...'oscdimg' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file."
Thanks and will wait for your reply