Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media

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  1.    #501

    I have just downloaded and extracted Win10XPE_ADDON-2019-07-19.7z.
    Should I copy everything in \Win10XPE\Projects\ into \Win10XPE_2019-07-20\Win10XPE\Projects\?
    Yes Sir.

    I am having trouble running my portable applications from w10PE
    @lacruelrealidad : You have to go a long way ahead!

    1. Use good portable programs. Actually, an ideal / good portable program is one that have all the required things already included in the folder or executable. If not, portability is not practical but there are such programs.
    I used some portable programs packed by PortableApps.com & they came out to be good enough but you never know.
    I am planning to give them a try : Turbo Studio Express & VMware ThinApp

    2. Try to make plugins with your portable programs. Its quite easy.
    Create Portable App Packed Plugins
    Why ? Because once you make your plugin, you can analyze your plugin with an inbuilt Utility :
    Check Target Sys Files
    Besides, you should always have a look on logs after performing anything to watch for Warnings & Errors
    To get a plugin integration log, one need not run the whole project. Just run the plugin / script by clicking the Green Play Button & go to logs.

    For eg.

    Run the Green Play Button to Integrate DISM++64

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    After the runing completed, the logs are written for DISM++64. To see the related log, immediately go to the logs. If you run / do something else, the logs will be changed & updated for that.

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    3. Try to include / check some essential items in the Project Interface to make sure that your programs dependencies are automatically met. It may increase the size but you have to try out the things!
    Theortically : As many things you include, the more chances that you have a sufficient registry & everything there to run your portable programs. I think many things are shared between different apps.
    But on other side : it may create some problems & conflict.

    ( To say again : Go through the logs after doing anything! )

    I would suggest consider adding :

    (i) Build Core > Main Interface > Network Additions, Microsoft .NETFx4, Switch to Admin
    ( & You may want to increase WinPE Cache Size to 2048 MB )
    (ii) You may try adding : Build Core > Build Options > Use Full Win10 Software Hive, Add All Win10 Catalogs
    (iii) In Apps > Components > NET Framework 3.5 , MS Visual C++ Runtime & OTHERS!
    (iv) Up to you!

    4. Its clear whenever you make changes & run the project, the Win10XPE ISO in the win10XPE Folder is changed. If you find one useful, copy it to somewhere else before trying other things.

    5. To ease up your experimenting : You need not burn it to a DVD or Pen drive each time you want to test the new ISO / options. You can add them directly to your pc boot menu using the Utility :
    XPE Host Boot Option : You can select between UEFI or MBR according to your system.
    Add Host Boot Menu Option & Remove The Host Boot Menu Entry

    Thanks & Regards. ...

    ( All Thanks To The Guide : Win10XPE - How To Quick Start Guide )
    Last edited by Vineet Garg; 16 Hours Ago at 10:18.
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  2.    #502

    yes merge to the folders...
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  3.    #503

    Vineet,
    I really could not agree with your testing practices - but you are talking about Adding "Portable" Apps...
    The word "Portable" is deceiving as it really means the program will not write to the system / per say...

    But what you are saying (#1) by adding additional Features and-or more Scripted Apps - is true
    the more you add into the build of WinPE - then the more likely your "Portable" Apps will have the required system files present in the build..

    Now when it comes to (#2) scripting Apps - I use the least amount of features and only 3 Apps to 1) test for registry changes, 2) test for file changes, 3) test for missing system files...

    And yes this would be getting way ahead of the Entry Level Skills
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  4.    #504

    Kyhi
    Sir,
    Thanks for opening up windows & making the things clearer.

    Thanks & Regards. ...
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  5.    #505

    Kyhi said: View Post
    Total Commander added to Custom Folder
    In your screenshot, "Total Commander" has been added into \Custom\x64\AdditionalFiles\Program Files\.
    May I add personal files/folders into \Custom\Matthew Wai\?
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