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How To Customize Hiren Boot Cd Using HBCD Customizer [BEST]



The default option of MBR partition scheme for BIOS or UEFI is fine. Select FAT32 for the file system. Check the Quick Format box, then change the option next to Create a bootable disk using to ISO Image. Select the little CD icon next to this box and browse to the location of the ISO file in the HBCD folder. Give it a new name if you like, and click Start when ready.




How To Customize Hiren Boot Cd Using HBCD Customizer


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Hi guys. I downloaded the zip file (Hirens.BootCD.15.2.) I unzipped the file using winRAR. I burned the ISo image file onto a CD & flash drive. Then I switched off my PC (windows 7 Professional 64 bit), put my flash drive on, switched on the PC. After boot set up, I selected flash drive option & then the PC started reading the flash & selected Offline NT/2000/XP/Vista/7 Password Changer option. Then there comes a prompt screen with this 'boot: _'. Next I pressed enter. Normaly a screen telling me I need to select the partition where Windows is located should appear but in my case this didn't happen; a screen with numbers & information appears instead, it just stuck there, I pressed enter several times but doesn't accept the command. The same thing happens when I used the CD. Could you please explain why this is happened? Do you guys know any other similar bootable rescue disc solutions?


get hiren's Iso into your HDD. insert your USB pendrive or whatever, download rufus and proceed with burning the hiren.ISO file into the USB.once you succeeded, you need to restart your pc and check that your BIOS is configured in such a way that your boot order has your harddrive as the last thing to boot from.Also make sure, that as you reboot your pc again, and you have your USB burned and plugged, you dont have anything else that your pc might boot from.Hope it helps (btw, i just did this 30 minutes ago...) Cheers!


The step-by-step process below demonstrates booting into WinRE using the Windows 10 installation media. Depending on your Windows installation version, the screenshots or steps may differ from what you will see in this example.


Before you can customize WinPE, you need to have a WinPE image to work with. If you don't have a WinPE image to work with, see WinPE: Create USB bootable drive and follow the steps to create WinPE working files.


What if you lost your Windows 10 password? Password is not accepted after upgrading to Windows 10? In this tutorial we'll show you how to reset forgotten Windows 10 password using the Swiss army knife toolbox - Hiren's BootCD. Hiren's Boot CD puts all the diagnostic, repair, and recovery tools you need on one convenient bootable disc.


Listed here are 4 methods to edit the Windows registry keys using a bootable CD. Although you are being shown how to repair the userinit registry key, these methods can obviously be used for any other keys in the registry that need to be edited.


This option (when on) will additionally try looking for a resource with its name truncated if the resource's original name was longer than 64 chars and not found on a first try. I recommend leaving this option always checked if you are booting/installing Linux or derivatives using Serva's HTTP service.


Ubuntu LTS 20.04/18.04/16.04/14.04/12.04 Desktop Live requires \NWA_PXE\ offered as MS share NWA_PXE_SHARE with user=serva password=avres. Ubuntu LTS 18.04 to 18.04.4 Desktop Live requires complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N11.2.4.GZ (10 KB) providing customized init script. Ubuntu LTS 16.04.2 to 16.04.4 and up Desktop Live requires complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N11.2.2.GZ (10 KB) providing customized init script. Ubuntu LTS 14.04.3 to 16.04.1 Desktop Live requires complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N11.2.1.GZ (97 KB) providing customized init script. Ubuntu LTS 14.04 to 14.04.2 Desktop Live requires complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N11.GZ (95 KB) providing customized init script. Ubuntu LTS 12.04 to 12.02.5 Desktop Live requires complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N02.3.GZ (124 KB) providing additional drivers and a customized init script. Ubuntu-xx.yy.zz-desktop-amd64.iso older than 18.04 requires renaming \casper\vmlinuz.efi to \casper\vmlinuz When using Serva as proxyDHCP the external DHCP server must be able to answer to BOOTP requests; if it fails try replacing ip=bootp by ip=dhcp.


Ubuntu LTS 20.04/18.04 Live Server requires \NWA_PXE\ offered as MS share NWA_PXE_SHARE with user=serva password=avres. Ubuntu LTS 18.04 to 18.04.4 Live Server requires complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N11.2.4.GZ (10 KB) providing customized init script. When using Serva as proxyDHCP the external DHCP server must be able to answer to BOOTP requests; if it fails try replacing ip=bootp by ip=dhcp.


Ubuntu 19.10/17.10 Desktop Live requires \NWA_PXE\ offered as MS share NWA_PXE_SHARE with user=serva password=avres. Ubuntu 17.10 ubuntu[kylin]-xx.yy-desktop-amd64.iso requires renaming \casper\vmlinuz.efi to \casper\vmlinuz Ubuntu 17.10/19.10 Desktop Live requires complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N11.2.3.GZ (10 KB) providing customized init script. When using Serva as proxyDHCP the external DHCP server must be able to answer to BOOTP requests; if it fails try replacing ip=bootp by ip=dhcp.


Ubuntu Mate Desktop Live requires an MS share NWA_PXE_SHARE user=serva password=avres. Ubuntu MATE 16.04 to 18.04 Desktop Live requires complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N11.2.4.GZ (10 KB) providing customized init script. ubuntu-mate-xx.yy-desktop-amd64.iso before 18.04 requires renaming \casper\vmlinuz.efi to \casper\vmlinuz When using Serva as proxyDHCP the external DHCP server must be able to answer to BOOTP requests; if it fails try replacing ip=bootp by ip=dhcp.


Lubuntu Desktop Live requires an MS share NWA_PXE_SHARE user=serva password=avres. Lubuntu 16.04 to 18.04 Desktop Live requires complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N11.2.4.GZ (10 KB) providing customized init script. lubuntu-xx.yy-desktop-amd64.iso before 18.04 requires renaming \casper\vmlinuz.efi to \casper\vmlinuz When using Serva as proxyDHCP the external DHCP server must be able to answer to BOOTP requests; if it fails try replacing ip=bootp by ip=dhcp.


Xubuntu Desktop Live requires \NWA_PXE\ offered as MS share NWA_PXE_SHARE with user=serva password=avres. Xubuntu 17.04 to 18.04 Desktop Live requires complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N11.2.4.GZ (10 KB) providing customized init script. Xubuntu LTS 16.04.2 Desktop Live requires complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N11.2.2.GZ (10 KB) providing customized init script. Xubuntu-xx.yy.zz-desktop-amd64.iso before 18.04 requires renaming \casper\vmlinuz.efi to \casper\vmlinuz When using Serva as proxyDHCP the external DHCP server must be able to answer to BOOTP requests; if it fails try replacing ip=bootp by ip=dhcp.


LXLE Desktop Live requires an MS share NWA_PXE_SHARE user=serva password=avres. LXLE Desktop Live requires complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N11.2.2.GZ (10 KB) providing customized init script. The 64bit iso requires renaming \casper\vmlinuz.efi to \casper\vmlinuz When using Serva as proxyDHCP the external DHCP server must be able to answer to BOOTP requests; if it fails try replacing ip=bootp by ip=dhcp.


Mint Live requires an MS share NWA_PXE_SHARE user=serva password=avres. Mint 18.3 to 19.3 Live requires complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N11.2.3.GZ (10 KB) providing customized init script. Mint 18 to 18.2 Live requires complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N11.2.1GZ (97 KB) providing customized init script. Mint 17.3 Live requires complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N11.GZ (95 KB) providing customized init script. When using Serva as proxyDHCP the external DHCP server must be able to answer to BOOTP requests; if it fails try replacing ip=bootp by ip=dhcp.


KDE Neon Live requires an MS share NWA_PXE_SHARE user=serva password=avres. When using Serva as proxyDHCP the external DHCP server must be able to answer to BOOTP requests; if it fails try replacing ip=bootp by ip=dhcp.


Elementary OS Live requires \NWA_PXE\ offered as MS share NWA_PXE_SHARE with user=serva password=avres. Elementary OS Live 0.4.1 requires complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N11.2.3.GZ (10 KB) providing additional drivers and a customized init script. When using Serva as proxyDHCP the external DHCP server must be able to answer to BOOTP requests; if it fails try replacing ip=bootp by ip=dhcp.


Debian 10/9/8/7 Live requires \NWA_PXE\ offered as an MS share NWA_PXE_SHARE user=serva password=avres. Debian 10 Live requires a complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N10.3.3.GZ (457 KB) providing additional drivers and a customized init script. Debian 9 Live requires a complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N10.3.2.GZ (2.46 MB) providing additional drivers and a customized init script. Debian 8 Live requires a complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N10.2.1.GZ (1.58 MB) providing additional drivers and a customized init script. Debian 7 Live requires a complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N10.1.GZ (540 KB) providing additional drivers and a customized init script. Debian 10/9 please rename: \live\vmlinuz-w.x.y-z-arch to \live\vmlinuz \live\initrd.img-w.x.y-z-arch to \live\initrd.img Debian 8/7, when installing i386 ISOs please rename: \live\vmlinuz1 (586/486) or \live\vmlinuz2 (686-pae) to \live\vmlinuz \live\initrd1 (586/486) or \live\initrd2 (686-pae) to \live\initrd When using Serva as proxyDHCP the external DHCP server must be able to answer to BOOTP requests; if it fails try replacing ipby=bootp by ipby=dhcp.


Kali Live requires an MS share NWA_PXE_SHARE user=serva password=avres. Kali Live 2020 requires a complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N14.6.GZ (4 KB) providing customized scripts. Kali Live 2018 requires a complementary initial ram disk INITRD_N14.5.GZ (333 KB) providing additional drivers and a customized init script.When using Serva as proxyDHCP the external DHCP server must be able to answer to BOOTP requests; if it fails try replacing ipby=bootp by ipby=dhcp.


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