Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media

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  1.    #481

    Kyhi said: View Post
    The key word there is - YOU can only Boot from DVD
    So NOT an Issue with the XPE Build.....

    I suspect that you are not waiting long enough for the USB to be read..
    Once you direct the Boot to the USB you should see read activity on the USB stick...
    Depending on how fast it reads the USB - you should soon see "Loading Windows" progress bar across bottom of screen...
    Then a delay as it loads PE into memory - then a background image as configuration is happening
    Then a Desktop.....
    It may take a while depending on USB read speed to get to the desktop....
    So hard to believe "Nothing Happening"
    Kyhi thank you very much for all your dedication, your generosity, your great work with this tool.

    And as if it were not enough to make it available to all of us for free, very few people do what you do.


    P.S. Also my thanks to Ztruker, Vineet Garg, Matthew Wai.

    This speaks very well of the forum and the community, there are always people willing to help others, this is the fundamental pillar of every good community.

    Greetings to all.
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  2.    #482

    Kyhi said: View Post
    and type> ipconfig
    Does it display the Username and Password used to access the modem
    On my Win10XPE device, I have never entered the username and password for a connection because there is no way to do so, so it is impossible for the OS to know the username and password. See the attached screenshot taken on Win10XPE.

    I am now using Linux. When I run "ifconfig", my username and password will not be displayed although I have already set up a PPPoE connection.
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  3.    #483

    lacruelrealidad said: View Post
    Kyhi thank you very much for all your dedication, your generosity, your great work with this tool.
    I am thinking about posting a thread on a Chinese forum, introducing this excellent tool to my compatriots.
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  4.    #484

    @Matthew Wai
    I have asked Author if do-able with PENetwork... Still waiting on response...
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  5.    #485

    Something is wrong with HD Tune. Most of the right pane is invisible as shown below. When I click on "X" in the top right-hand corner, nothing will happen. The program cannot be closed unless I shut down Win10XPE.
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  6.    #486

    There is a Monitor Icon in the System Tray - try the AUTO option to adjust screen resolution
    As My Results Vary
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  7. Posts : 24
    Windows 10 Professional x64

    I love you Kyhi ..
    Your Image-Health app/script has really been a life-saver for me...
    I kept on getting Windows 10 errors about corrupted OS, after the recent win 10 updates, and the source location not found, cause windows refused to use the location i defined/OEM recovery.. (online/automatic/offline did not work.. same error)
    but your nice little app found the installation media automatically and fixed it. :)

    For the record... Windows own automatic troubleshooter claimed there is no problems with the updates and once it found some errors it just said they can not be repaired. :P
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  8.    #488

    Kyhi said: View Post
    There is a Monitor Icon in the System Tray - try the AUTO option to adjust screen resolution
    Done as you said, but most of the right pane remains invisible. Other programs such as AOMEI and Defraggler have no such problem.
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  9.    #489

    try with and without the "Display Drivers" checkbox enabled on "Build Core" interface
    You can also try integrating your "Hosts" display driver
    It is clearly an issue with display resolution...
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  10. Fafhrd's Avatar
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    Windows 10 x86 14383 Insider Pro and Core 10240

    Not mentioned in the first few posts on this thread that I could see, so could you comment if this is a known issue please?

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    or is it a malware attack?

    I discovered 4 dubiously named files from the time of the warning in C:\Users\<myusername>\AppData\Local\Temp folder, deleted them and a subsequent Windows defender scan came up clean.
    Repeated the download five minutes later with no such problem!
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