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    Just burned his ISO
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    Default boot options?

    Cant find any documentation on boot options for bt2.

    I want to load everything into ram if possible, instead of reading from the cddrive all the time.

    cheers

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    theduke
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    Good question. I would like to know this as well. If you're just trying to avoid the slow seek latencies, you have the option to emulate the .iso with VMware. IronGeek has a pre-configured VMX if you're interested. As if you didn't already know, there is an easy to follow Dual-Booting BT2 tut in the Tutorials & Guides thread. That's my 2 cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asil-jinn View Post
    Cant find any documentation on boot options for bt2.

    I want to load everything into ram if possible, instead of reading from the cddrive all the time.

    cheers
    See the wiki!
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