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byrdman



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byrdman
I am working on a project to replace ghost. I need to be able to copy and restore an OEM partition. My thought is that fasm may be a suitable method but I could use a little help with Disk access. Also, is there any difference in WinPe. If anyone can lend some assistance I would appreciate it.
Post 15 Sep 2011, 13:18
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Post 15 Sep 2011, 15:57
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Dex4u



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I written some win32 code, to do (raw I/O), if you want to see the code let me know.
Post 15 Sep 2011, 18:26
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byrdman



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Dex4u yes I would appreciate it
Post 17 Sep 2011, 16:59
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byrdman wrote:
Dex4u yes I would appreciate it
Here you go http://www.dex-os.com/DexOSv5/DexUSB.zip

Its coded to test for USB drive and fat16, but you can change that.
It writes DexOS to a usb fob eg: MBR etc.

NOTE: For the user to use that code in win7 they need to Admin rights
Post 17 Sep 2011, 19:58
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