Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media


  1. Posts : 19
    Windows 10
       #2731

    Has anyone used Samsung Magician to update an NVME's firmware from WinPE?

    Unfortunately Samsung's own bootable NVME update utility doesn't work on my system (just hangs at 'Press any key to continue') so I thought Samsung Magician might work - I believe it lets you update drives so long as they aren't the boot drive.
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  2. Matthew Wai's Avatar
    Posts : 5,997
    Windows 10 Home 20H2
       #2732

    Makiko said:
    PENetworking is waiting too much before startup.
    If you have a CMD/batch script that will run at WinPE startup, try adding the following line:

    Start "" "X:\Programs\PENetwork_x64\PENetwork.exe"
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  3. Posts : 50
    Windows 10 64bit
       #2733

    Kyhi said:
    Build Core Interface - Lower Right - Add Host Net Drivers - Host & Build Arch must match...
    You can also "Export" host drivers - then copy the required "Driver Folder" into the "Copy Drivers Here"
    Enable "Integrate Drivers" - Rebuild
    1. Hi @Kyhi if i want to put some files like wlandriver.exe under windows/system32... then which directory i have to copy this before build so that when i boot , file will show under system32 folder.. Thanks

    2. I have iso sergei sterelec iso. Inside have folder wireless drivers, wn i open here so many drivers like intel, atheros, Broadcom, realtek in .7zip format. I want to copy this folder to my win10xpe... so that multiple drivers work most of the pc. Should i extract .7zip to custom/64/driver folder or can we also use .7zip files directly integrate for driver purpose ??
    Last edited by Rahulkmr; 19 Jun 2021 at 17:44.
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  4. Posts : 63
    windows 7 /10
       #2734

    first test with WinXShell ok but with StartIsBack++ no ,
    ...
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  5. Kyhi's Avatar
    Posts : 3,667
    Windows 3.1 to Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #2735

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  6. Posts : 63
    windows 7 /10
       #2736

    tested with StartIsBack++ but not compat with win 11
    also explorer reg key needed to be updated ...
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    the good news that the gfx patcher still work
    and my old star menu too (needed to be updated, but i cant remember the author ...)
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  7. Kyhi's Avatar
    Posts : 3,667
    Windows 3.1 to Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #2737

    also explorer reg key needed to be updated ...
    Cretino, Thanks for your progress report... Although, It would be nice if you shared your findings for benefit of all..
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  8. Posts : 50
    Windows 10 64bit
       #2738

    Hi please guide and advice me how to do that...

    1. If i want to put some files under windows/system32... then which directory i have to copy this before build.

    2. I have some other iso file. Inside have folder wireless drivers, wn i open here so many drivers like intel, atheros, Broadcom, realtek in .7zip format. I want to copy this folder to my win10xpe... so that multiple drivers work most of the pc. Should i extract .7zip to custom/64/driver folder or can we also use .7zip files directly integrate for driver purpose ??
    Thanks
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  9. SIW2's Avatar
    Posts : 1,991
    trying to install win10
       #2739

    folder wireless drivers, wn i open here so many drivers like intel, atheros, Broadcom, realtek in .7zip format.
    @Rahulkmr

    are you making a bootable usb?

    You could put your drivers on the usb stick and then install them after booting pe.

    If you have wlandrivers.7z on the root of the usb and you know the usb is Y:

    something like this: (which assumes you have dpinst64.exe and 7zip files in system32, otherwise you need to tell pecmd where they are )

    Code:
    _SUB 7z
    
    IFEX Y:\wlandrivers.7z,!EXIT _SUB
    ENVI WLANDRV=Y:\wlandrivers.7z
    EXEC =!7z.exe x %WLANDRV% -mmt4 -slp -o%temp%\PE\7zDrivers 
    EXEC =!DPinst64.exe /S /F /SH /SA /SE /SW /Path %temp%\PE\7zDrivers
    FILE %temp%\PE\7zDrivers
    WAIT 100
    
    _END
    Last edited by SIW2; 22 Jun 2021 at 03:01.
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  10. Posts : 50
    Windows 10 64bit
       #2740

    SIW2 said:
    @Rahulkmr

    are you making a bootable usb?

    You could put your drivers on the usb stick and then install the matching ones after booting pe.

    If you have wlandrivers.7z on the root of the usb and you know the usb is Y:

    something like this:
    Code:
    _SUB 7z
    
    IFEX Y:\wlandrivers.7z,!EXIT _SUB
    ENVI WLANDRV=Y:\wlandrivers.7z
    EXEC =!7z.exe x %WLANDRV% -mmt4 -slp -o%temp%\PE\7zDrivers 
    EXEC =!DPinst64.exe /S /F /SH /SA /SE /SW /Path %temp%\PE\7zDrivers
    FILE %temp%\PE\7zDrivers
    WAIT 100
    
    _END
    Hi @SIW2 Thanks for reply..
    Yes i am using bootable usb. I am also thinking extract all wireless .7z driver files to \Custom\x64\Drivers location. Hope it also works and autodetect matching drivers..
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