Hmm, interesting. I would be keen to see how it only loads the used bits into memory. How much memory would a 'normal' W7 boot require? What happens when it runs out of memory? Does it work on an individual file level? i.e. when the os reads a file, does the driver put it into memory first and redirect the 'read' to memory??
Depending on how it works I think I would still be interested in loading a whole VHD into memory at the GRUB menu point.
Will tight integration with vboot be possible? Is this a free or paid product?
I have never tried booting a windows VHD on a Mac. I just assume it would work as you can boot linux which uses GRUB and because Vboot uses GRUB it works right? To clarify: I don't have OS X installed on my Mac, I purely run W7. The Mac mini is the best hardware and W7 MC is the best software for the HTPC job.....
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and would be keen on writing about Vboot/RAM booting if you are interested.
Keep up the innovative work.