|Ultimate Boot CD
|Samsung drive utility doesn't work
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|Author:||ascent [ Thu Dec 18, 2008 1:20 am ]|
Hmm too bad, I tried b6 and b7 and neither will load hutil2 which I need to check a faulty samsung drive
Tried booting it in two pcs..
It goes like:
UBCD: Error!!! missing hutil2.bat (check CD)
What anm I missing ? I boot it using a usb stick, and created it with the tool supplied in the iso
When I try to use "ubcd" to start programs, I get a
UBCD: Aborted: Cd-rom support disabled (type "cdrom" to enable).
Of course, typing cdrom doesn't solve this.
when I enter "cdrom", I get:
CDROM: Starting (version 2.21)
CDROM: Drivers are alreadyt loaded...
CDROM: File"A:\lib\cdautrun.cab" not found... autorun disabled.
|Author:||Icecube [ Wed Dec 24, 2008 1:35 pm ]|
Moved your post from "UBCD V5.0b7 is available for download" to this new topic. Don't post your problems to the download topic in the future, make a new topic instead.
The freedos image can't find your USB stick.
Use the second option when you boot the image (which will ask to install USB support).
2 Boot UMBPCI (optimal)
Or any other entry except the first one (silent, doesn't prompt for USB support).
When you see the window: Run USB or go to config?:
Use TAB or the arrow keys to move, SPACE to enable this (try also the CONFIG button for fine tuning if necessary).
Or alternatively you can burn UBCD to a CD-R or CD-RW.
When you boot the CD, you will see something like this at the end. When booted from USB the CDDRV entry can be different, not tried.
Sorry for the late reply. I first thought that it was a bug in the hutil2 package .
|Author:||ascent [ Tue Jan 06, 2009 2:42 am ]|
Thanks for your reply.
I tried enabling USB support explicitly, but it hangs on Scanning USB Devices.
When I try to fiddle with some options, it receives a few "invalid opcode at" warnings and then hangs.. Seems not to be working too good
|Author:||ascent [ Mon Feb 02, 2009 3:03 pm ]|
ah, USB support wasn't there until beta10.. lets retry.
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