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How to create the UltraBootCD

After receiving the ZIP file extract the Ultra Boot CD Image file from ZIP file. Then burn the image file in to a CD using any CD Burning software support ISO image or you can download Free ISO Burner From Here.

For different keyboard layouts please type “keyb XX” where XX will be your country code at bootcd command prompt.

How to Create Bootable USB Flash Disk From UltraBootCD

After burning the UltraBootCD image in CD goto “USBDisk” folder. Read the Readme file for bootable flash drive creation with UltraBootCD utilities.

How to add Norton Ghost

Open the ISO Image file using an ISO image editor and insert your ghost.exe file in to UBD\Tools folder. Now you can load the Norton Ghost from DOS menu program.

How to add Partition Magic / Partition Commander

Create a folder named “pqpm” in your pc and copy the Partition Magic DOS files in to the folder. For example DOS files for Partition Magic 8.05 will be,

1. pqmagic.exe5. pqpb.rtc
2. pqmagic.ovl6. vmhelp.dat
3. pqmagic.pqg7. zabout.pqg
4. ptedit.exe

Compress the “pqpm” folder using “rar” utility provided with UltraBootCD and insert the compress file in to UBD\Tools folder using ISO Editor.

For Partition Commander create a folder named “partcmdr” and copy the Partition Commander DOS files in to the folder. DOS files will be,

1. checkmbr.exe7. scosw_a.sys13. scosw_w.msg
2. dos4g.exe8. scosw_b.sys14. vdata.sav
3. pcstart.exe9. scosw_c.sys15. z437.cpi
4. pcstart.sys10. scosw_d.sys16. z850.cpi
5. mice.exe11. scosw_f.msg17. layout.cfg
6. scosw.exe12. scosw_m.msg 

Compress the “partcmdr” folder using “rar” utility provided with UltraBootCD and insert the compress file in to UBD\Tools folder using ISO Editor.

How to add SCSI / OEM mass-storage drivers

Download the OEM drivers from manufacture for your SCSI / mass-storage controller and extract the files. Uncompress the downloaded UltraBootCD 2 zip file and open the iso file using your favorite ISO editor program and replace following files as instructed,

  1. Extract or copy answer.txt file from UBD\Tools\Windown folder to your Desktop
  2. Edit following sections in answer.txt file,

    “string that identifies the controller in the [scsi] section of TXTSETUP.OEM” = “OEM”

    For Example,
    “Intel(R) 82801HEM SATA RAID Controller (Mobile ICH8M-E)” = “OEM”

    add all the devices listed in the [SCSI] section of TEXTSETUP.OEM as above

    Note If you also use this same answer file on computers that have IDE controllers that start by using the in-box drivers (drivers that are included with Windows), add the following code line to the [MassStorageDrivers] section:

    “IDE CD-ROM (ATAPI 1.2)/PCI IDE Controller” = “RETAIL”

    If you do not add this code, you may receive an “Inaccessible Boot Device” Stop error message during the text mode portion of Setup.

    In the answer.txt file, Under [OEMBootFiles] section and list the driver files that downloaded from manufacture. This typically includes an .inf file, a .sys file, and for Windows XP/2003 a .cat file. For example,

  3. Replace answer.txt file in CD with modified one
  4. Replace driver files in UBD\Drivers\Intel\SATAAHCI with downloaded drivers