Hi, when I started looking for a UBCD solution for myself, I checked a lot of project sites, including BartPE, which impressed me greatly at the time. BUT, I use W2KSP4 as my only os, and Bart PE needs to be built on an XP box, because W2K kernel doesn't support the "/minint" switch, can't boot from readonly media, according to Bart.
Once the Bart PE ISO is burnt on a CD, however, I understand it is booted by NT4/W2K/XP/W2003, thus functions as an ERD for all those Windows systems. Am I correct?
I'm under the impression, maybe wrong, that UBCD4Win can be down- loaded, installed, burned to CD on a non-XP machine. Am I correct in this? Because if not it requires me up upgrade to XP, defeating my desire to postpone that upgrade as long as possible by having this brilliant tool. I'm not an "early adopter" & don't consider dealing with early unstabilities of an os a fun hobby. But having a single extremely comprehensive ERD/ maintenance tool seems like my idea of computer use heaven.
Wd someone set me straight about my impression that I can build and burn UBCD4Win on a W2K machine? And if I can't with this product, is the best solution to my wish simply to buy the hard CD? Because I'd be happy to do that. Many thanks!