Found bug on 3.3 basic

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rmanal
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Found bug on 3.3 basic

#1 Post by rmanal » Sat May 28, 2005 1:43 am

I have tried your 3.3 basic and seen the following:
1/ Is it possible to write on a NTFS partition?
2/ If I boot just with freedos, then I launch VC which bugs when I try to read T: and U:.
3/ When I launch "Offline NT password ...", I just get the message "ISOLINUX 2.00 2002-10-25" and then it hangs. I use successfully this option on an old version (2.x) of UBCD.

My PC is a DELL.
Rmanal

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#2 Post by Victor Chew » Sun May 29, 2005 7:35 pm

1/ Is it possible to write on a NTFS partition?
No, the free version of NTFSDOS is read-only.
2/ If I boot just with freedos, then I launch VC which bugs when I try to read T: and U:.
Do you have problems doing a "dir t:" or "dir u:"
3/ When I launch "Offline NT password ...", I just get the message "ISOLINUX 2.00 2002-10-25" and then it hangs. I use successfully this option on an old version (2.x) of UBCD.
Do you think it is possible to jump to the console at the main menu and try "bcdw boot /images/offline.iso"?

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#3 Post by rmanal » Tue May 31, 2005 8:54 am

1/ Do you think that one day someone will develop a NTFS writter driver?

2/ Yes I can, but I see very strange characters. In fact the bug is linked with the use of lfn and ntfs reader. In this case the PC freezes when I launch VC on T or U.
Furthermore what is T and U, why twos directories?

3/ I have done that on my first PC and it hangs when I launch bcdw, instead it is a very basic one (IDE ATA drive, 256Mo RAM, simple motherboard, ...)
On my second PC, I am able to launch directly in the menu the offline software. But when I try to do what you said in the console, I launch insert and the LINUX, but not offline.
I don't really anderstand what happens.

Thank you for your help

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#4 Post by Victor Chew » Tue May 31, 2005 7:30 pm

Do you think that one day someone will develop a NTFS writter driver?
The payware version of the same driver can write to NTFS. Or you can master Linux and use INSERT.
Yes I can, but I see very strange characters. In fact the bug is linked with the use of lfn and ntfs reader. In this case the PC freezes when I launch VC on T or U.
If you disable LFN, does it work then?

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#5 Post by rmanal » Wed Jun 01, 2005 9:35 am

Yes, when I don't use lfn, it works but still have very strange characters on T:

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#6 Post by rmanal » Sat Jun 18, 2005 2:48 am

Up - please answer me.

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#7 Post by Axz » Mon Mar 27, 2006 10:52 pm

kewl topic guys :) :)

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