How to use PEBakery to create Windows PE.

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    How to use PEBakery to create Windows PE.

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    Did you download the full W10XPE project first?
    Extract W10XPE to a short path (eg. C:\XPE), then download and extract PEBakery and extract it "inside" the XPE folder.
    PEBakery is a replacement for the standard builder exe included in the XPE package.
    Maybe you did this already? Just let me know and we'll take it from there.
    Like APT, I'm still getting used to this message editor....

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    BTW:
    APT, the new Nightly build now works here, too. Not sure what has changed but I'm not complaining...
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    atari800xl said:
    Did you download the full W10XPE project first?
    From where can I download it?
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    Matthew Wai said:
    From where can I download it?
    Hi you can get Win10XPE_2020-07-08.7z from initial post of Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media that will give you the Project files your after. So your base folder will contain PEBakeryLauncher.exe, Win10XPE.exe etc etc as well as the project folder, after launch you will need to just initially 'Select the Windows source' and check a basic build before adding anything

    or direct from ChrisR's github posting

    btw Homes32 has done all the documentation for PEBakery and is an invaluable source of authenticated advice, rather than peoples guessing trying to be helpful, but of course, is a very busy man

    ps make sure you follow advice on configuring the PEBakeryCompat.ini for the project you're using ie Win10XPE in this case

    Last edited by APT38; 19 Jul 2020 at 10:03.
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    Is it possible to download Win10XPE's project files directly from GitHub?
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    Matthew Wai said:
    Is it possible to download Win10XPE's project files directly from GitHub?
    Hi

    Yes try GitHub - ChrisRfr/Win10XPE: Win10XPE is a Complete Project Based on Win10 Recovery Environment With Many Windows Features Added...

    it comes in two 7z files due to github limitations


    unless I misunderstand and you're referring to kyhi's additional project scripts, in which case, not from github
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    I have downloaded "Win10XPE_2020-07-08.7z" but cannot extract the files.

    How to use PEBakery to create Windows PE.-file-cannot-extracted.jpg

    APT38 said:
    you're referring to kyhi's additional project scripts
    No, I am not referring to them.
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    Hi Matthew

    just went to the given link, downloaded the two files, Win10XPE_2020-07-08.7z.001 and Win10XPE_2020-07-08.7z.002
    rhclick Win10XPE_2020-07-08.7z.001 and extracts to Win10XPE_2020-07-08 OK and project works

    note from my previous post
    it comes in two 7z files due to github limitations
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    Thanks. I have extracted "Win10XPE_2020-07-08.7z" into "Win10XPE".

    How to use PEBakery to create Windows PE.-win10xpe.jpg

    Now, PEBakeryLauncher can find the Win10XPE project.
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    Looks like "PEBakeryLauncher.exe" and the folder "Binary" are inside your "Standalone Nightly" folder.
    If so, move the files in your "Standalone" folder into the "Win10XPE" folder.

    I really hope it will work out for you, because extracting the files is (shall we say) not the hardest part of creating a working PE...
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