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BootPart is an easy tool for adding one partition in the Windows NT multi boot menu (by samples, OS/2 boot manager or Linux partition).
Bootpart is compatible with Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows XP. BOOTPART lets you add partitions in the Windows NT/2K/XP Multiboot menu. Usually, you only have an MSDOS or Windows 95 entry and one (or several) entries on the Windows NT multiboot.
With BOOTPART, you can add any partition on the menu. You can add OS/2 Multiboot, or Linux Partition (with Lilo) in the menu. You can also restore the Dos, Windows 95/98/Me or NT Bootloader boot sector on Fat partition.
BOOTPART creates a 512 bytes file which contains an image of a boot sector that loads the boot sector of the partition. After, this file is declared in C:BOOT.INI (a text file used by Windows NT boot menu). The boot sector comes from FDFormat and WinImage.
Repairing the Windows NT/2k/XP boot sector on a Fat partition
Windows NT installs a boot sector that launches NTLDR and displays the Windows NT boot menu. If you lose this boot sector, BootPart can restore it.
Boot under MS-Dos (this can be a copy of MS-Dos 6.22 on your hard disk, on a MS-Dos bootable floppy, or the “MS-Dos 7.0” included in Windows 95 (you can obtain it by pressing Shift+F5 when Win95 loads). Then, enter the command :
BOOTPART WINNT BOOT:C:
If you want to remove the WinNT boot sector, you can replace it with the command “BOOTPART DOS622 BOOT:C:” or “BOOTPART WIN95 BOOT:C:”
How to have both MS-Dos 6.22 and Windows 95 in the NT menu (forget F4 !)
The standard situation for a computer that multiboots to Windows NT, Windows 95, or MS-Dos 6.22 is : the user selects a “Windows 95” entry in NT menu, and, then must press F4 if he wants to boot MS-Dos 6.22. If you don’t have this situation (i.e. : you don’t have both Win95 and MS-Dos 6.22 on your system, but want to have both), see the next section.
Just enter these BootPart commands :
BOOTPART DOS622 C:BOOTSECT.622 “MS-Dos 6.22”
BOOTPART WIN95 C:BOOTSECT.W95 “Windows 95”
BOOTPART REWRITEROOT:C:
The last line (REWRITEROOT:C:) MUST BE EXECUTED UNDER MSDOS, and moves the MS-Dos IO.* and MSDOS.* files to the beginning of the root directory, which is required for successful operation.
You may visit the page : http://www.bcpl.net/~dbryan/directboot.html for obtaining more information on triple booting WinNT/Win95/DOS.
If you have WinNT & Win95 and you only want to add MS-Dos
Take an MSDos 6.22 floppy, copy the files IO.SYS, MSDOS.SYS, and COMMAND.COM to C: as IO.DOS, MSDOS.DOS, and COMMAND.DOS (warning : these files may be hidden, but you can tweak some settings to make File Manager or Explorer to make them display hidden files). Then follow the instructions in the section section “How to have both MS-Dos 6.22 and Windows 95 in the NT menu”
If you have WinNT & MS-Dos and you only want to add Win95
Install Win95 in a new directory (start the install under MS-Dos 6.22 or Windows 3.1) and then follow the instructions in the section “How to have both MS-Dos 6.22 and Windows 95 in the NT menu”
How to add OS/2
Unfortunately, I can’t directly add an OS/2 partition by itself (if you have a workaround or fix, I’d be happy to hear about it !). Install the OS/2 Boot Manager (you need 1 MB free on your first hard disk), add the OS/2 partition in the boot menu with automatic startup (0 seconds wait time), and then add the OS/2 Boot Manager partition to your NT menu with BootPart. Sometimes, when you install the OS/2 Boot Manager, it becomes the active partition of your first hard disk. You can use FDISK to set the partition with NT boot manager as the active partition later.
How to add Linux
For Linux, you must install Lilo at the beginning of the Linux partition (as is the case with the OS/2 boot manager) and then add the Linux partition with BootPart:
When you install Linux or run liloconfig, select “Superblock of the root linux partition” as the location for Lilo. On my own Linux box, this added the line “boot=/dev/sdb4” into the file /etc/lilo.conf
If you want mount your NTFS partition under Linux, visit the NTFS for Linux page.
For more info about mutlibooting, you may take a look at http://www.bcpl.net/~dbryan/directboot.html or at a modified version. There is also a tutorial to use NT loader to boot into BeOs.
There are also several interesting HowTo articles on this subject. Look at NT OS Loader + Linux mini-HOWTO. There is also another howto here.
Microsoft has also several KB article about the boot process : Q102873 describes Boot.ini, Q289022 describe how modify Boot.ini, Q101787 describes the boot process itself.
What’s New in This Release:
· repair Windows NT loader boot sector on Fat partition (but Bootpart cannot the repair under Windows NT/2K/XP),
· easily add both MS-Dos 6.22 and Windows 95 in boot menu,
· support FAT32 and disk over 4 GB, and LBA addressing.

 

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· easy to use : just add a partition,
· add any partition (including OS/2, Lilo or Linux),
· restore Windows NT/2K/XP boot sector if lost.
How to use BootPart (for DOS/Windows):
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BootPart is a DOS program, you can start it with DOS (insect.com or MS-DOS 6.22)
and run BootPart from DOS prompt (DOS only).
In Vista, BootPart is an OS/2 program, you can start it with OS/2. You should start BootPart using the OS/2 Boot Manager.
How to run BootPart (any OS):
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You can start BootPart manually by using BootPart.exe
where bootpart.exe is the same program than BootPart. You can also add it on NT menu.
How to start BootPart (Vista)
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First, you must set your NT menu as the active menu (I suggest using Diskpart as explained in How to set default disk as boot disk in Windows XP). Then, you can start BootPart by using BootPart.exe.
BootPart Preferences:
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BootPart comes with several parameters, that can be modified, to make it works better in your computers. These parameters can be changed easily via the NT menu.
You may use these parameters
To: MSDOS address, or BOOT1 (the default), C:BOOT1, or 0.
reboot option (included in all Boot Part).
Exclude this Boot partition from the boot menu.
AutoStart (optional).
Delay time before boot, in seconds
How to use BootPart (SpartaGNU/Korn shell):
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You can also run BootPart from a terminal emulator (examples are comterm.com, minicom, screen, etc..) :
BootPart [DOS or Win] (Windows NT menu).
Example (DOS):
Start the BootPart with DOS prompt (with new line at the beginning)
BootPart DOS C:BOOTSECT.DOS
Now you should change into the C: directory, in the command line :
BootPart REWRITEROOT:C:
You must do this for each partition you want to add in the NT menu.
After that, you can add them one by one:
BootPart DOS622 C:BOOTS

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Bootpart Crack For Windows is a small utility. It is independant of Windows NT/2K/XP. It is a utility to add one partition in the Windows NT/2K/XP Multiboot menu. Usually, you only have an MSDOS or Windows 95 entry and one (or several) entries on the Windows NT multiboot.
Bootpart Torrent Download lets you add partitions in the Windows NT/2K/XP Multiboot menu. You can add OS/2 Multiboot, or Linux Partition (with Lilo) in the menu. You can also restore the Dos, Windows 95/98/Me or NT Bootloader boot sector on Fat partition.
BOOTPART creates a 512 bytes file which contains an image of a boot sector that loads the boot sector of the partition. After, this file is declared in C:BOOT.INI (a text file used by Windows NT boot menu). The boot sector comes from FDFormat and WinImage.
Repairing the Windows NT/2k/XP boot sector on a Fat partition
Windows NT installs a boot sector that launches NTLDR and displays the Windows NT boot menu. If you lose this boot sector, BootPart can restore it.
1. boot under MS-Dos (this can be a copy of MS-Dos 6.22 on your hard disk, on a MS-Dos bootable floppy, or the “MS-Dos 7.0” included in Windows 95 (you can obtain it by pressing Shift+F5 when Win95 loads). Then, enter the command :
BOOTPART DOS622 BOOT:C:
If you want to remove the WinNT boot sector, you can replace it with the command “BOOTPART DOS622 BOOT:C:” or “BOOTPART WIN95 BOOT:C:”
2. Using Windows 95 (support F4), reboot the system.
If you want to add an OS/2 Partition
Boot under MS-Dos (this can be a copy of MS-Dos 6.22 on your hard disk, on a MS-Dos bootable floppy, or the “MS-Dos 7.0” included in Windows 95 (you can obtain it by pressing Shift+F5 when Win95 loads). Then, enter the command :
BOOTPART OS/2 BOOT:C:
Add some instructions :
For example :
BOOTPART OS/2 “OS/
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The BOOTPART utility provides a simple and fast way to add partitions to the Windows NT/2K/XP multi-boot menu.
You can add a partition, a boot sector, or a bootloader. By default, it adds a partition with the MSDOS boot sector on a disk formatted with MBR or the Windows NT bootloader on a disk formatted with FDISK. It can also add a partition with the boot sector of a Windows NT/2K/XP partition on a FAT partition, or an OS/2 boot record. You can repair a boot sector for Windows NT and 2K/XP as well. If you have no entry for the current WinNT/2K/XP and want to add it, just add the partition with the OS/2 or Linux boot sector.
The BOOTPART utility includes a text file called C:\BOOT.INI that contains information about the partition that it added to the NT menu.
BOOTPART adds the partition boot sector into the C:\BOOT.INI file. This file is used by the NT multi-boot to display the boot menu. If the BOOT.INI file is not found, the default entry for the current Windows NT/2K/XP will be displayed instead of the partition’s name. If you have two MSDOS entries (for example DOS and DOS6.22) in the NT menu, the default entry will be the first entry, because the default entry in the NT menu is stored in the BOOT.INI file.
The BOOTPART utility creates a 512-byte file that consists of a boot sector image that loads the boot sector of the added partition. This file is added to the root directory of your hard disk and declared in C:\BOOT.INI. The boot sector comes from FDFormat and WinImage.
If BOOTPART does not work, try the following order :
· Boot Partition,
· RewriteBoot, and
· RepairBoot.
· NOTE : BOOTPART WILL NOT WORK UNDER WINDOWS NT/2000/XP, because these boot procedures are using internal boot.sys file which will not work under windows. And BOOTPART is also not able to repair the boot sector when you are under Windows NT/2000/XP. So please boot your system with dos (or with FDISK) before repairing the boot sector.
· If you want to change the location of the added partitions in the boot

What’s New In Bootpart?

1- BootPart is a Windows NT/2000 boot loader for adding, editing and removing your Windows NT/2K/XP multi-boot menu. In the past, BootPart requires you to burn floppy or load EXE or BIOS file. Now, BootPart can boot from DOS or Windows 98/Me/2000 to add/edit/remove Windows NT/2K/XP multi-boot menu without burning/loading floppy disk or loading EXE or BIOS file.
2- BootPart also can repair Windows NT/2K/XP boot loader boot sector on Fat partition. In addition, you can easily add another partition to your MultiBoot menu.
3- When you remove a partition in your NT/2K/XP MultiBoot menu, BootPart can repair your NT/2K/XP bootloader boot sector. If you change the size of the partition, BootPart can repair your NT/2K/XP bootloader boot sector.
4- Just enter these BootPart commands :
BOOTPART DOS622 C:BOOTSECT.622 “MS-Dos 6.22”
BOOTPART WIN95 C:BOOTSECT.W95 “Windows 95”
BOOTPART REWRITEROOT:C:

How to read Boot.ini
The Boot.ini can be accessed by: Windows 9x with EnableBoot – Disk Properties (Unicode Layout)
Windows NT with Windows NT OS Loader (Download the exe here)
Windows 2000 with NT Loader (Download the exe here)
Windows XP with XP Loader (Download the exe here)
You can also read the format of the Boot.ini from MS-DOS. Read the documentation here: for more information.
Why use Boot.ini?
The simple reasons to use the Boot.ini are to easily create the boot menu, to quickly access the files on the disk, to easily repair the Boot.ini if something goes wrong, and for debugging the boot process.
Using Boot.ini to add OS/2 Partition to Windows NT boot menu
You can use Boot.ini to add an OS/2 partition to your Windows NT boot menu. These steps will add the OS/2 partition with an automatic start to the boot menu.
This is a very simple sample which doesn’t support customization of the WinNT/2k

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