Intel Optane Memory

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  1. Posts : 1,174
    Windows 1.00 to Windows 11 Pro 64-bit Build 22000.194
       #1

    Intel Optane Memory


    I'm waiting for an Intel Optane Memory Module to arrive.

    In the meantime I'm following up

    3 Installation Media Preperation (Recommended Optional Step) in

    https://www.intel.com/content/dam/su...stallation.pdf

    https://www.intel.com/content/dam/su...stallation.pdf

    I get as far as Mount the Windows* Recovery Image:

    dism/mountimage/imagefile:c:\Win10USB\windows\windows\system32\recovery\w inre.wim /Index:1 /mountdir:winre

    and get

    mountimage/imagefile is unknown.

    Any ideas to get this working.
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  2. Posts : 1,567
    Windows 10 Pro
       #2

    fjk61011 said:
    ...
    I get as far as Mount the Windows* Recovery Image:

    dism/mountimage/imagefile:c:\Win10USB\windows\windows\system32\recovery\w inre.wim /Index:1 /mountdir:winre

    and get

    mountimage/imagefile is unknown.

    Any ideas to get this working.
    Try mount-image instead of mountimage.
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  3. Posts : 1,174
    Windows 1.00 to Windows 11 Pro 64-bit Build 22000.194
    Thread Starter
       #3

    Word Man said:
    Try mount-image instead of mountimage.
    No luck

    error 87.
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  4. Posts : 1,567
    Windows 10 Pro
       #4

    fjk61011 said:
    No luck

    error 87.
    I believe you also need a space before all / option delimiters.
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  5. Posts : 1,174
    Windows 1.00 to Windows 11 Pro 64-bit Build 22000.194
    Thread Starter
       #5

    Ok...
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  6. Posts : 2,829
    Windows 10 Pro X64
       #6

    Hi,

    Just read the preparation steps Intel recommends for installing the Optane module.
    They sure make it very complicated. Especially considering all compatible machines are bound to support UEFI and GPT natively.
    Therefore I'd recommend skipping the creation of that recovery stuff and simply mount your Win 10 ISO and copy its contents to an empty USB stick.
    Then copy the Optane drivers to it in a dedicated folder.

    Of course, before you begin always take an image of your system using MR Free or similar.

    BTW: The correct command sysntax is shown in Intel's pdf's command prompt's screenshot. Should you want to persue that route.



    Cheers,
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  7. Posts : 1,174
    Windows 1.00 to Windows 11 Pro 64-bit Build 22000.194
    Thread Starter
       #7

    Success. I had labelled my directory "winpe" instead of "winre".
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  8. Posts : 1,567
    Windows 10 Pro
       #8

    fjk61011 said:
    Success. I had labelled my directory "winpe" instead of "winre".
    Glad you got it sorted.
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  9. Posts : 75
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit (21H1)
       #9

    fdegrove said:
    Hi,

    Just read the preparation steps Intel recommends for installing the Optane module.
    They sure make it very complicated. Especially considering all compatible machines are bound to support UEFI and GPT natively.
    Therefore I'd recommend skipping the creation of that recovery stuff and simply mount your Win 10 ISO and copy its contents to an empty USB stick.
    Then copy the Optane drivers to it in a dedicated folder.

    Of course, before you begin always take an image of your system using MR Free or similar.

    BTW: The correct command sysntax is shown in Intel's pdf's command prompt's screenshot. Should you want to persue that route.



    Cheers,
    Are there any issues creating and restoring Macrium Reflect systems images on a system with Intel Optane memory? My understanding is that Intel Optane memory remembers how you use the system. I was wondering how Macrium Reflect would restore that information.
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  10. Posts : 2,829
    Windows 10 Pro X64
       #10

    Hi,
    @radiowaves: Although I haven't actually tried it out I do not expect any problems restoring an image created by MR Free. The Optane software keeps track of what's on the Optane module and stores that on the system disk so that should work just fine.

    Cheers,
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