Page 2:Expanding The Role Of USB Flash Drives
Page 3:Set The System's Boot Device Sequence
Page 4:Test Your Settings
Page 5:Add Service Pack 2
Page 6:Adding Utilities
Page 7:Ad-Aware SE Personal
Page 8:More Tools
Page 9:Adapting Hardware
Page 10:Install Windows
Page 11:Using Your USB Flash Drive
Page 12:File Rescue
Page 13:RAM Disk For Boot Problems
Page 14:Glossary: What Does It Mean?
HTML file with install data: You can see here how the imaging plug-in ghost is installed. Click to see a larger image.
Install folders for numerous other PE Builder plug-ins are pre-defined. In each such folder, you'll find an HTML file. Double-click each one to open it in your Web browser. There, you'll find information and instructions on how to add that program into PE Builder.
Warning: The more tools you add, the more storage space you'll need on the USB flash drive. The collection of items we've documented so far will fit on a 256 MB flash drive. If you've got a bigger device at your disposal, you can expand your portable rescue system. For example, you might also decide to include a data recovery tool, a disk partitioning tool and a software firewall.
Use your favorite search engine to look for "PE Builder plug-ins" to rummage around in hundreds of sites where additional plug-in information is indexed and described (our exploratory search on Google turned up over 74,000 hits; everything on the first few results pages looked pretty useful and interesting). Of these, Svenska's XpPe Boot CD site (www.xppe.com) looks like a great place to start hunting down plug-ins and information about how to use them.
- Expanding The Role Of USB Flash Drives
- Set The System's Boot Device Sequence
- Test Your Settings
- Add Service Pack 2
- Adding Utilities
- Ad-Aware SE Personal
- More Tools
- Adapting Hardware
- Install Windows
- Using Your USB Flash Drive
- File Rescue
- RAM Disk For Boot Problems
- Glossary: What Does It Mean?