The Windows Install menu is tightly integrated into E2B.
It is mainly created from the \_ISO\e2b\grub\MenuWinInstall.lst file.
You can control the menu as follows:
MyE2B.cfg file settings that affect the Windows Install Menu:
set NOWINMAIN=1 - No Windows Install menu entry in the Main Menu
set NOWMENU=1 - Always load the Main menu instead of the Windows Install menu
set NOWINXP=1 - No 'Boot to first HDD', 'List Disk Ctrl PCI IDs' and CPU 64\32-bit entries (v1.79+)
set NOF7HDD=1 - No 'Boot to first HDD' menu entry - all menus
set NOF8B=1 - No 'Back to Main Menu' entry - all menus
set NOF9R=1 - No 'Reboot' entry - all menus
set NOF10H=1 - No 'Power off' entry - all menus
NOWINXP removes these three menu entries.
If any of the \_ISO\WINDOWS\xxxx folders contains no .iso files or .imgPTN files, then no menu entries will be listed
If \_ISO\WinMenu.g4b exists then code in here will be called first when MenuWinInstall.lst runs
If \_ISO\WinMenu.bmp exists and \_ISO\WinMenu.g4b does not exist, then the bitmap will be loaded as the background for the Windows Install menu
The 'Install XP using WinPE' menu entry can be supressed by deleting /_ISO/Windows/XP/WINPE_INST.TAG file (note: an E2B update will restore this file!)
The menu entries and menu heading strings can be found in the language STRINGS.txt file. If you want to change them, create a new 'language' folder.
For any other changes, I suggest that you edit the \_ISO\e2b\grub\MenuWinInstall.lst file (but if you update your E2B version, remember that this will be ovewritten).
You can create your own Sub-Menu folder and Sub-Menu entry in the Main menu, and add .mnu files to make your own menu. Use NOWINMAIN and NOWMENU to suppress the E2B Windows menus.
Follow this page as a guide, but place the .mnu files in your new menu folder (e.g. \_ISO\MYWININST).