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Hey, just trying to find what you suggested her in Ireland so I'm no waiting for shipping. Can you tell me is this the same thing?

http://www.komplett....aspx?sku=435016

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Live CDs for the most part load entirely into RAM. Bart PE does not need harddrive space.

All you do is download the .iso and burn it to a CD just as you did above. Then you run from it, and its like running a cheap version of windows entirely off a CD. Using that you can access the harddrive and delete stuff you don't need to free up space. Best of all is its free, quick and easy.

Edited by NeonFx, 14 June 2009 - 06:10 PM.

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That's true. Worth a shot.

http://www.komplett....aspx?sku=435016 <-----that's it.
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Thanks Broni.

NeonFX

So what exactly do I do? As in, what's different to what I tried earlier? How do I make a live CD & what is Bart PE...excuse my ignorance!
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Thats alright :) a Live CD is one which contains an operating system entirely on the CD without the need to install anything on the computer you load the CD into. You stick it in, say you want to boot from the CD and you boot into the Bart PE operating system.

For everything you will need go here:
http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/


EDIT**

When it is asking you for the Windows Installation files, you will get scared because you said you don't have your CD. No worries, if you have installed Service Pack 2 or 3 on the computer on which you are making the CD you will find these files in C:\Windows , C:\Windows\Service Pack\i386 , C:\Windows\Options\Cabs or in C:\i386


EDIT#2**

If you still have problems, use this following guide (has pictures!)
http://www.optimizin...ual_bartpe.html

Edited by NeonFx, 14 June 2009 - 06:32 PM.

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Thanks, downloading that PE Builder now. Quick question...it says that as part of the process it will ask me to search for windows installation files. Does it matter that the laptop I'm using now to build this CD is Windows Vista whereas the laptop I'm trying to fix is Windows XP?

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See my previous post again.

There might be a problem though with that. I didn't know you were using Vista on the other system.

There are other live CDs you can use. Check these out:
http://lifehacker.co...e-best-live-cds

Linux live cds require nothing else other than what you download.

Edited by NeonFx, 14 June 2009 - 06:35 PM.

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Thanks, I'll give all that a go!
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Next time you get an Operating System CD make sure you save it somewhere. All of this could be easier if you just knew someone who had the XP CD
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