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 PostPost subject: Make your own NT OS Loader (NTLDR+SetupLDR)!        Posted: Mon Oct 06, 2008 10:02 pm 
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This is what you need to do:
1. Extract Setupldr.exe/osloader.exe from XP or W2k3 Source.
2. Customise the setupldr.exe/osloader.exe to your liking. (Resource Editing)
3. When done you need to type this in a cmd prompt window.
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copy /b stpboot.bin+setupldr.exe setupldr.bin

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copy /b stpboot.bin+osloader.exe ntldr

4. Use it in your ISO/OS!
StpBoot.bin can be found here: http://aeroxp.boot-land.net/SetupBoot/StpBoot.bin


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Tue Oct 07, 2008 1:38 am 
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Where did StpBoot.bin come from? Is it from Microsoft, or is it some sort of native NT executable to launch the composed file in textmode? I'll give this a try in a Virtual Machine. I can think of a few uses it may help out with.


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StpBoot is the code before the MZ header. In other words it came from MS.


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What exactly is customizable?


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You said 2k and XP. What about Vista? It's still NT. But it's NT6 and not NT5 or NT5.1. I'm just wondering. :^)

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Vista is no longer using the NTLDR.
Thats why.

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You said 2k and XP.

It's for Windows XP and Server 2003 (all SP Levels)


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Tue Oct 07, 2008 10:14 pm 
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How exactly Am I extracting the files??


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Tue Oct 07, 2008 10:57 pm 
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Your setup CD-ROM


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Tue Oct 07, 2008 11:11 pm 
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I'm sorry, but the link is broken. If it's a file, could you please reupload it?

EDIT: I tried accessing the "SetupBoot" directory instead of directly downloading the file and was actually able to access the file from the directory rather than directly from the link.

Here's the link to the directory:
http://aeroxp.boot-land.net/SetupBoot/


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Fri Oct 10, 2008 7:54 am 
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Couldn't I use a hex editor to edit the boot message text like the boot/advanced boot options menu in files like ntldr or bootmgr?

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Couldn't I use a hex editor to edit the boot message text like the boot/advanced boot options menu in files like ntldr or bootmgr?

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This allows you to add longer strings than what's already there.


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Rob Jansen wrote:
Vista is no longer using the NTLDR.
Thats why.

That's funny. Right now I'm running 7, and one time, it said, NTLDR missing, press Ctrl+Alt+Delete to restart.

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gammainfection wrote:
Rob Jansen wrote:
Vista is no longer using the NTLDR.
Thats why.

That's funny. Right now I'm running 7, and one time, it said, NTLDR missing, press Ctrl+Alt+Delete to restart.

7 doesn't use NTLDR neither does Vista. End of. They use BOOTMGR.


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 PostPost subject: Re: Make your own NT OS Loader (NTLDR+SetupLDR)!        Posted: Wed Dec 16, 2009 9:15 am 
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Can you do something similar with Vista/7/2008 Server's bootmgr? Longhorn alpaha's used NTLDR, I wonder what happened to NTLDR...

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 PostPost subject: Re: Make your own NT OS Loader (NTLDR+SetupLDR)!        Posted: Fri Jan 01, 2010 1:53 pm 
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where is osloader.exe? i cannot find it


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 PostPost subject: Re: Make your own NT OS Loader (NTLDR+SetupLDR)!        Posted: Sat Jan 16, 2010 7:58 am 
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when ye divide up ntldr, ye get a 16-bit boot strap size 20090 bytes, and the balance is a 32 bit code hight "os2loader".

Code:
copy ntldr ntloader.com
copy ntldr osloader.exe
copy setupldr.bin setupldr.exe


Load these into a hexeditor, and search for the ascii "MZ". For the first, delete MZ and everything after it, and save. For the second and third, delete everything before, but not including MZ, and save.


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