Balubeto, one easy way to dissect a Windows setup iso or esd and its constituent parts is with 7-Zip.
Not only can it open Iso, Wim, Cab and other image and archive files nested within the parent archive , it can also expose files in some exe and msi compressed executable files. The properties exposed within the archive show the xml details that accompany the parent and child archives.
Windows PE systems contain many familiar executable files in common with the Windows operating system files and share a common structure.
Windows PE always loads into ram
then since it is being used for windows setup - it loads the files needed for windows setup..
Basically that boot.wim was customizied for windows setup
If you where to load a standard PE - PE loads and run the DOS command shell
If you load WinPESE - PE loads and starts the custom SE shell
If you load a Macrium Boot disk - PE loads and then runs the Macrium program shell
WinPE is very customizable - PE is the boot environment - the Shell PE runs after loading is what is customized
why would it be ? CD/DVD would use same boot files...
Windows setup would use the same files..
what is it you really want to know ????
As you really do not even seem to have any knowledge about what your asking...
other then by asking more questions..
This is an on going issue with you since 2009 in NOW several different forums
First of all, the boot.wim of the Windows PE 10.x ADK contains the Microsoft Windows PE image volume and is configured to display the "Command Prompt window;First of all, the boot.wim of the Windows PE 10.x CD contains the Microsoft Windows PE image volume and is configured to display the "Command Prompt window;
the boot.wim of the WindowsRE is configured to display the advanced options menu, thus allowing you to select different options..
So the question now is > What CD are you talking about ???
As windows setup media will not fit on a CD...
If what you are saying about how the CD is booting - then the CD contains the standard version of WinPE ( ADK Version)
Windows Preinstallation Enviroment (WinPE) is how the PC boots... Period....
What happens after that depends on what WinPE was told to run after booting the PC....
Using only Windows ADK 10.x, someone is able to create a standard CD of Windows PE 10.x 32/64 bit with the system diagnostics and memory utilities (32/64) fully-working on all types of firmware of a computer? If so, what is the proper procedure to create this CD?
Knowledge of the creation of that system diagnostics and memory utilities shell...If so, what is the proper procedure to create this CD?
as that is the customizations that YOU would have to add the standard PE image....
I am done here...
As your questions are not very pointed and seem to go round and round in great circles, just to get to the end, that leads no where....
No need to keep quoting what was said in your response, as this to is not needed..
We can follow along just fine without re-reading what was said in a post or two above...