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Thank you for that, Alex!With a view to assisting a friend, I've downloaded the Zip file and opened same.I now have an ISO Disk Image file which I'm fairly sure I can burn to a CD.If I do this, and my friend places same in his computer with a view to booting from the disk, will it simply 'work' and give him access to the tools?I have a vague notion that another step is required! Advice on this matter will be much appreciated.
Download Hirens Boot Cd Older Versions
If a boot disk .iso is not 'properly' burned, you will end up with an .iso file-containing data disk instead of a bootable CDSo, the necessary ingredients are a proper .iso, which in the case of Hiren's would optimally be obtained from one of the reliable Hiren's sources. There are many sources of Hiren's some of which are 'evil', since Hiren's has a rep for containing a 'mixture' of freeware and copyrighted ware, it has been considered 'fair game' for nefarious sorts, just like other pirated ware.Hiren's today is mostly freeware, much less copyright ware than earlier versions.I don't know which Hiren's sources are just healthy 'alternates' and which Hiren's sources are evil -- but I do know that I consider a reliable way to download Hiren's and I consider Hiren's info source a reliable source of info about Hiren's might compare the md5 for the files you have against thos at the .org siteFilename: Hirens.BootCD.14.0.zipFilesize: 495.14 MB (519189647 bytes)ISO MD5: 69F36D88FD971CF6A7EDA9286D5E19F0ZIP MD5: 38CF0B054E5846489D2B8AC60B6783CF... but the .info site doesn't have any info about where to dl from. The .info site just has other freeware tools not Hiren's.
You might diagnose a wrpmg burn condition if you look at the disk with your Win and just see one big .iso file on it.I don't have a Hiren's 14; but my bootable Hiren's 10.4 directory shows an autorun.inf, BootCD.txt, Windows Menu.cmd, and a HBCD folder-- Mike Easter
Ah! That might be where I went wrong. There were a number of files contained within the .zip file downloaded. I just selected the single 'iso file and burned that. I'll try again and see if I can burn the whole folder.Thanks, Mike.D.
>> Ah! That might be where I went wrong. There were a number of files>> contained within the .zip file downloaded. I just selected the single>> 'iso file and burned that. I'll try again and see if I can burn the>> whole folder.
> > I don't have a Hiren's 14; but my bootable Hiren's 10.4 directory shows> > an autorun.inf, BootCD.txt, Windows Menu.cmd, and a HBCD folder > Ah! That might be where I went wrong. There were a number of files > contained within the .zip file downloaded. I just selected the single > 'iso file and burned that. I'll try again and see if I can burn the > whole folder.
Hi Guys!I started over using my XP desktop from scratch - including the download .Long story short - I've now got a bootable Hirens CD - tested on Mrs BD's laptop too!I appreciate your help everyone. Many thanks. :-)Dave
The YUMI App has been considered by many to be the Best Bootable USB Creator. It replaces our old Multiboot ISOS tool and is also the successor to the singular Universal USB Installer (UUI). Tools that were amongst the first ever made for the purpose of creating a bootable flash drive. For the most part, files are generally stored within the Multiboot folder. This makes for a nicely organized Portable Multiboot Drive that can still be used for traditional storage purposes.
Once the drive has been prepared, you can use the front end Installer to learn more about, find, or download distributions and tools to put on a select drive. The front end will create an organized folder structure and copy each ISO to the drive for you (recommended if you want to the tool to keep track of your installations for removal). It can also create persistent storage files for you and the related .json entry. For example, each Ubuntu based distribution can have its own persistent storage up to 10GB. ;)
Other Notes: If MultibootISOs was previously used, you must reformat the drive, and start over. The Legacy variant uses Syslinux directly, and chain loads to grub only if necessary, so it is not compatible with the older Multiboot ISO tool.
The Legacy variant does not natively include files to make it UEFI Boot from USB. However, it is still possible to boot and run your Windows Installers from UEFI. To switch between added Windows versions, navigate to the multiboot/win-directory (replacing win-directory with the Windows version you want to boot) on your USB. Once there, move the bootmgr, bootmgr.efi, and entire boot folder to the root of your USB drive. Then reboot, booting your computer from the UEFI compatible USB. If all went well, it should boot straight into your chosen Windows Installer.
Most added distributions are stored within the multiboot folder. This is also the root directory set for syslinux. In some cases, the Volume Label of your USB drive must be MULTIBOOT in order for OpenSUSE, CentOS and several other distributions to boot. YUMI will attempt to automatically create this Volume Label, however it can sometimes fail. So please ensure that the Volume Label of your USB remains MULTIBOOT if you expect your distributions to boot.
Legacy only:From the multiboot folder on your flash drive, delete the hidden file ldlinux.sys and then rename the libcom32.c32 file to _libcom32.c32. Then use YUMI to install any menu item. The installer will notice that the file is missing and will then attempt to reinstall syslinux and repair the master boot record. Once finished, rename _libcom32.c32 back to libcom32.c32.
I also downloaded the old Hirens.BootCD isos that include Ghost but those iso won't mount. Appears that I can't install from iso direct to bootable USB, I need to buy a blank CD and burn to that first.
Many products canned by Symantec were originally produced by companies they acquired, and the Symantec policy seems to have been to extract as much revenue as possible out of each product line and then can it. Staff that did the original development inevitably moved on to other employers and skills were lost, leading to new releases having more bugs than the older versions, and thus to user unhappiness.
The drive is about 6 months old. It has Windows XP Pro SP3 installed on the first of three partitions. Trying to boot to it gets a flash of BSD too fast to read and a black screen. CMOS lists the drive. Booting to a different hard drive with Windows 7 and the WD15EARS is not listed. I downloaded the WD diagnostic CD for this drive and it says it is not for this drive with Code 0202.
The hard drive was bought new in Dec. 2011 and the Diagnostic software program I downloaded was 5.04. I would think that would be the correct one. Where do I find the older version if that one is not correct?
Note that the NTLDR loader used in Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows 2003 Server was supplanted by a newer BOOTMGR loader since Windows Vista, so this error should not normally appear on newer systems. It can, however, still be encountered if the older NTLDR bootsector code is written to the partition with a newer version of Windows. This is usually caused by errors made while configuring the boot loader manually.
Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 use a newer version of loader called BOOTMGR, but this error can still appear if the older NTLDR-compatible master boot code is applied to the bootable partition. That is usually caused by errors made while configuring the boot loader manually.
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