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Redeemed
05-23-11, 12:27 PM
Sooo... it's been a while since I've messed with this but am looking to start using it again.

At my old job we used the UBCD for virus removals, p.word recovery/resets, and other such services. At my current job we have our own in-house software based off of BartPE for the exact same purposes.

I'd like to have my own disc for the exact same usage. However, it seems BartPE is lacking in current and up-to-date support (adding virus removal tools to the disc, other tools), and I've never used WinPE.

Firstly, I'd like ya'lls opinion- BartPE vs. WinPE?

Secondly, I'd much appreciate it if ya'll could help me get a disc setup. Ultimately I'd like a disc that has multiple virus removal tools (AVG, AVAST, MBAM, etc), p.word recovery/removal tools, file manager for data backup/transfer/retrieval, hardware diagnostic tools (memtest, Prime95, HDDTune, etc), registry editor, etc.

I'm wondering which is better suited for these tasks- BartPE or WinPE? Also, would you guys be willing to at least point me in the direction of how to create a current disk with either? It seems, from what I've been reading, that WinPE can do all of this and more in a current and updated Win7 GUI... is that correct?

Thanks again ya'll. I seldom do any repair/troubleshooting out side of work as if I do it outside of work it's done for free and thus only for really close friends and family members. However, my frequency of doing this seems to be increasing so I'd like to "update" my toolkit. :)

Thanks ya'll! :)

Redeemed
05-25-11, 12:34 AM
Nobody here knows anything about BartPE or WinPE? :(

DiscipleDOC
05-25-11, 08:10 AM
Try googling win7 and usb. I created a auto install usb a while back and don't remember where I got the steps from....:o

HiCZoK4
05-25-11, 08:48 AM
I like to use Ultraiso. It makes bootable usbs easiest way possible. Just like burning a disc

Redeemed
05-25-11, 02:07 PM
Try googling win7 and usb. I created a auto install usb a while back and don't remember where I got the steps from....:o

I like to use Ultraiso. It makes bootable usbs easiest way possible. Just like burning a disc

I'm not so concerned with it being on a USB. More or less just being able to customize it, add programs for virus removals and such. I've never used WinPE other than what is on the Windows install disc when you boot from it, so I'm just curious if that'd be a more powerful tool than BartPE.

I tried posting this question on the Technet forums but it didn't get posted. :( Maybe I'll try again. :)