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I want to create NTFS bootable image. I use NTFS4DOS for read/write access to NTFS partitions. I use it because it loads fast, in just a few seconds. Every time I load from it, the NTFS4DOS logo appears, and I must type YES. I'd like to hide the logo and/or run it without entering YES every time.

Is there any tool which can send input (send YES) to it?
Are there any versions which are hidden or don't require it?
Also, suggestions for other tools/drivers which can access NTFS drives will be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

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Ever hear of Windows AIK? Any current Linux bootable livecd or USB (Will load faster than AIK) echo YES|ntfs4dos (might work) Lets pretend you have access to the drive then what do you want to do? –  cybernard Apr 8 '13 at 21:34
@cybernard Thanks for info. I know WAIK, and bootable LiveCDs, USBs. But I'd prefer NTFS4DOS, because DOS with Ntfs4Dos loads faster than anything else (or maybe some linuxoids can be faster). –  Jet Jun 10 '13 at 13:15
you would have to have a threaded program to run ntfs4dos in 1 thread and then use thread 2 to echo YES to thread 1. 5 years ago I could have told you how to do this, but now I have forgotten it. Depending on the hardware a linux distro could come close. Try distro.ibiblio.org/tinycorelinux they have 8mb and 12mb version. If the ntfs modules is not included it can be added with minimal overhead. –  cybernard Jun 12 '13 at 4:31
@cybernard thanks. Thanks for very good infos. If your ways are working, write an 'answer' and I'll mark it as answer. –  Jet Sep 11 '13 at 18:58
I Tried "echo ...|..." in MS-DOS 6, 7, 8- did NOT help. (but works well in Win7's Command Prompt) –  Jet Jan 14 at 13:24

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