Bart's PE Builder 3.1.10a
Make a bootable Windows CD-Rom/DVD from the original Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 installation/setup CD.
Bart's PE Builder helps you build a "BartPE" (Bart Preinstalled Environment) bootable Windows CD-Rom or DVD from the original Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 installation/setup CD, very suitable for PC maintenance tasks.
It will give you a complete Win32 environment with network support, a graphical user interface (800x600) and FAT/NTFS/CDFS filesystem support. Very handy for burn-in testing systems with no OS, rescuing files to a network share, virus scan and so on.
This will replace any Dos bootdisk in no time!
PE Builder is not a Microsoft product and does not create Microsoft Windows Preinstallation Environment ("WinPE"). Using PE Builder does not grant you a license to Microsoft WinPE or to use the Windows XP or Server 2003 binaries in a manner other than stated in the End-User License Agreement include in your version of Microsoft Windows XP or Windows Server 2003. Microsoft has not reviewed or tested PE Builder and does not endorse its use.
Please do not contact Microsoft for support on the preinstallation environment that has been created by PE Builder!
Microsoft does not provide support for PE Builder or for the preinstallation environment created by PE Builder.
The PE Builder program (pebuilder.exe) runs on Windows 2000/XP/2003/BartPE. It does not run on Windows NT4/ME/9x.
To avoid any confusion, the bootable media's generated by PE Builder should be called by it's nickname "BartPE".
Changes to pebuilder.exe:
- Made the plugin and build dialog bigger, now you can "see" more.
- When adding a custom folder, the build log showed "Error: Adding custom
directory: <path>", while everything was fine. Fixed it.
- pluginstarwind, forgot to add it in previous version.
- plugindeepburner, forgot to add some files in previous version.
- langenglish.lng: updated, the following language numbers: 24
- langdutch.lng: updated to reflect change to english.lng
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