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  1. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
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    @ChrisR...

    @ChrisR That is a Very Nice Tip you found................................ Explains why I was having such a hard time with Windows 11

    KYHI
  2. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
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    NOTE: If using a Custom Pecmd.ini - you must...

    NOTE: If using a Custom Pecmd.ini - you must delete it and Edit the Newest one.................
  3. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
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    Let the Testing Begin.... Thanks for the Explorer...

    Let the Testing Begin.... Thanks for the Explorer Fix ChrisR.... I could not get around it...

    Here is the Mega Link > Win10XPE_2021-10-27.7z
  4. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
    Replies 273 Views 50,330

    Edit and unmark in Pecmd.ini and/to use WinXshell...

    Edit and unmark in Pecmd.ini and/to use WinXshell


    _SUB LoadShell
    FIND $%USERNAME%=SYSTEM,SHEL %WinDir%\explorer.exe
    SHEL %ProgramFiles%\WinXShell\WinXShell.exe -winpe

    Else not having much...
  5. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
    Replies 273 Views 50,330

    349099

    349099
  6. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
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    Try using the Project of this topic - Win10XPE -...

    Try using the Project of this topic - Win10XPE - Bob has not been around for years.... And you are looking for support in a topic that is not related to your issues... Move your discussion over to...
  7. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
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    Bob's winpe is win10 PESE based and he altered...

    Bob's winpe is win10 PESE based and he altered the project a lot....

    Have not seen Bob around since lance can back from long vacation and completely rewrote PESE to support XPE....
    Reason -...
  8. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
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    Dang, you both had me wondering.... - The cache...

    Dang, you both had me wondering.... - The cache size is the available free space AFTER the Boot.wim is load into memory...

    I have never used B:/Temp either...

    And you can decrease the size of...
  9. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
    Replies 273 Views 50,330

    Create this Directory >...

    Create this Directory > "\Win10XPE\Projects\MoPlugins\Apps\Other" < and extract the downloaded applications there
  10. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
    Replies 273 Views 50,330

    Not comparing - just not liking the insinuations...

    Not comparing - just not liking the insinuations made about the script your using as your base......
    And I clearly do not mind the "Additions"
  11. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
    Replies 273 Views 50,330

    I compared existing script to yours... You...

    I compared existing script to yours... You renamed the setup file (which made no difference)
    And a recent change in Windows 10 to using the Notepad App - required using LegacyNotepad registry...
  12. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
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    Correction - you added Plugins and wrote some...

    Correction - you added Plugins and wrote some registry settings
  13. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
    Replies 273 Views 50,330

    The program.exe is not in the root of the program...

    The program.exe is not in the root of the program folder - most likely in a subfolder - extract the program - look in temp directory for program folder - then locate the program.exe - then edit...
  14. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
    Replies 273 Views 50,330

    The ini file is no longer included in portable...

    The ini file is no longer included in portable version so you can > // Mark Out - Line 56
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    Win Update Not sure what any disagreement would be - as you...

    Not sure what any disagreement would be - as you both kinking to the same batch file...
  16. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
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    That 100MB partition is the "Microsoft System...

    That 100MB partition is the "Microsoft System Reserved" Partition > leave it alone
  17. Thread: I cant run DISM and sfc from Win PE. by Kyhi
    Forum: Performance & Maintenance
    Replies 100 Views 5,047

    You are not showing a "Windows" directory on C:\

    You are not showing a "Windows" directory on C:\
  18. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
    Replies 273 Views 50,330

    How to Convert Dynamic Disk to GPT without Data...

    How to Convert Dynamic Disk to GPT without Data Loss?
    How to Convert Dynamic Disk to Basic without Data Loss?

    If you want to remove the system partition, and can't - then just format the...
  19. Thread: I cant run DISM and sfc from Win PE. by Kyhi
    Forum: Performance & Maintenance
    Replies 100 Views 5,047

    I'll just stay out of this - just can't believe -...

    I'll just stay out of this - just can't believe - that somebody is asking about running DISM commands in WinPE - then does not like the correct answer.... Also in WinPE you would have to verify the...
  20. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
    Replies 273 Views 50,330

    STEP 1) You will need to allow a Windows...

    STEP 1) You will need to allow a Windows Defender "Exception" for Win10XPE (ie. Project-Directory-Folder) I would suggest the same exception for any A/V software, in order to allow the Program...
  21. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
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    20GB could be a tough sell - with the Program...

    20GB could be a tough sell - with the Program itself, the Program Applications, The Source OS and the ISO - takes quite a bit of space
  22. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
    Replies 273 Views 50,330

    No it did not finish the Build - it halted during...

    No it did not finish the Build - it halted during ProductKey - in left pane select "Basic Build" then rebuild... Did it finish without errors ? Do you have a Win10XPE * .iso on the win10xpe working...
  23. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
    Replies 273 Views 50,330

    Are you using a "Local" account type or a MS...

    Are you using a "Local" account type or a MS Account - as I use local and the Public Folder is a shared local folder - my Public Folder is empty...
  24. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
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    Yeah, see where the Account Picture file went......

    Yeah, see where the Account Picture file went... Because I have both x86 & x64 (19041) installed - and I posted picture of that directory
  25. Thread: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media [2] by Kyhi
    Forum: Software and Apps
    Replies 273 Views 50,330

    What version is your Host OS

    What version is your Host OS
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