Windows 10: Create an bootable ISO from folders System and Windows
Create an bootable ISO from folders System and Windows
How would I go about creating an bootable USB ISO from the System and Windows folders? I have a sysprep'd Windows 10 Pro with my applications and settings created. Now I wanted to create an ISO so I can boot from it, install the OS as well as install the Windows folder that has all my applications and settings.
This ISO would be used for multiple installs on rebuilt p.c.s.
Thanks for any help you can offer!
Finnish but not finished
First you capture your reference installation to a install.wim file, then create an ISO using that install.wim file. See this tutorial, Part Four to capture install.wim, Part Five to create ISO: Windows 10 ISO image - Create from Existing Installation
Since beginning of Windows Insider program we geeks have had a possibility to convert the ESD file of new upgrade build to an ISO image (tutorial). With it we could create DVD / USB install media to be used in clean, in-place and repair installs.
How to Create Bootable ISO from Windows 10 install.esd File
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