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How- To: Boot Windows XP Off a Compact Flash Card. By Will Wagner . Please let me know in the comments if you have found a way to get USB drives to boot into Windows XP. I used a cheap 1 gig Compact Flash card but depending on your skill level and tolerance of repeated attempts, I believe this can be done on a 5. MB card as well. Beyond. TV Link (and the associated Firefly remote software) use . Net which increases the disk usage significantly, so if you are using a different application, I think 5. MB is adequate. I also used a compact flash IDE adaptor which is pretty easy to find both online and at electronics stores.
I used two applications in the process. One I think is essential to the cause for anyone who isn’t an expert, XPLite from the Lite.
PC. com, a very handy application that will help you remove components from the Windows OS. The other is Partition Magic, which makes it easy to resize and copy one hard drive to another. I believe there are open source projects that can do some of this, but I find Partition Magic easy and dependable so it’s worth the cost to purchase it. Step 1 – Build system using a hard drive. Windows XP Home requires a minimum of 1. Gigs of hard drive space, so the first step is to build the system using a standard hard drive. I created a partition of 2 Gigs but found it inadequate to installing Service Pack 2, so I suggest putting the OS on a 3 Gigs or bigger drive to start.
I installed a fresh copy of the OS using NTFS since it has a handy “compress files” option which I use later. I then added the VIA drivers and spent a good deal of time in Windows Update getting all the latest patches. I also installed Beyond. TV Link and the Firefly Remote software. I then verified everything was working properly.
At this point, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to back everything up using a tool like Partition Magic in case you need to come back to this point (I learned this the hard way)Step 2 – Turn off Virtual Memory. The first thing you’ll want to do is turn off virtual memory so it doesn’t create a paging file on the drive. This can be found by right clicking “My Computer” and selecting “Properties”. It’s under the Advanced Tab, buried in another dialog by selecting the “Settings” button under Performance. From there, it’s under yet another “Advanced” tab and it’s labeled Virtual Memory (screenshot). Make sure that when you select “No paging file” you hit the “Set” button or it won’t actually adjust the settings.
Step 3 – XPLite from Lite. PCThe next step for me was pruning back the OS using XPLite from Lite. PC. I removed most components including those Advanced Components you can get to show up by changing the default settings (screenshot). Be careful though, since you’ll likely remove the System Restore feature which gobbles up a lot of space, but prevents you from doing something completely irreversible. Make sure you reboot a couple times afterwards to remove any system restore points.
Step 4 – Clean up. The next thing I did was to boot into Windows Safe Mode (hold down the F8 key) to do some basic clean up of the system. Make sure you have changed file explorer to show hidden and system files. This can be found in the “Folder Options” menu in the “View” tab. Your final system will likely be different from mine, but here are a few good things to remove or change to get more disk space: Delete anything in the Windows directory that starts with $NTUninstall.
Delete anything I the Windows/Software. Distribution/Download directory. On larger directories, go to the properties dialog and select the “Advanced” button and pick “compress contents to save disk space”. Note that this is only available if you formatted your drive using NTFS. I did this to the following folders: Program Files, Windows/Microsoft.
NET, Windows/. inf, Windows/system. Being more aggressive, at one point I had a working system under 5. MB. Step 5 – Resize and Copy.
I ran the floppy boot disks for Partition Magic to resize and move the OS to the compact flash card. Make sure you resize the hard drive partition small enough to fit the compact flash card, and then from within Partition Magic, copy the drive over to the compact flash drive. Final Step – Remove original Drive and put Compact Flash Drive in its place. The final step is to remove the original hard drive and switch the connectors so it puts the compact flash drive in its place.
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