Just Another Joe wrote:
Okay, maybe a dumb question. I don't know the underlying fundamentals of the Ultimate Boot CD; it seems to boot and load the menu, then with each choice it loads something else--something that could itself have been loaded directly at boot, almost like it is rebooting.
Now the question: can a full-blown Ultimate Boot CD be placed on a hard drive, so that it can be booted from the hard drive and allow running all (or selected) programs, such as Ranish Partition Manager?
Yes. Its possible, I doubt it is posibble with the default windows xp vista bootloader..you will probably have to install grub or another boot loader. Maybe icecube will find this post and give you a hand.
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