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?
To make Bart PE work on your PC, there are a few additional tweaks you must make to load the network interface and a DSL (or other Internet) connection.
Configure A DSL Connection
Configuring DSL: Enter your user name and password for access
If you want to use Bart PE to access the Internet, you must activate the freeware PPPoE plug-in and configure it for your DSL connection. Create a folder named "C:\Program Files\pebuilder313\plugin\pppoe_xp and extract the contents of the pppoe_xp.cab (Freeware) into that folder. To establish a PPoE connection, after you boot Bart PE you must also start the Network service and the PPoE service. Select "New Connect..." from the available options, accept the connection name you're granted, then provide your username and password as prompted.
- 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?