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  1. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
       #21

    APT38 said:
    No, but
    One of the main reasons for this project is give the simplest method to build and customise your own bootable PE environment.

    There are several hundred app scripts already written, any or all of which you can choose to add to the basic distribution, which in itself is very customisable, especially if you read and follow the supplied help documentation, and if you make the effort, and still have problems there is always support here on this forum. - Give it a try it's very simple.
    Thanks, Ive not built one before so I'm not 100%.
    Do I start with the above or if you or do I need to follow another thread ? if you could give me a few basic tips to start,

    Thanks
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  2. Posts : 417
    W10, W7
       #22

    2020 said:
    Do I start with the above or if you or do I need to follow another thread ? if you could give me a few basic tips to start,

    Thanks
    download Win10XPE_2021-06-27.7z from post #2 of this thread, read through post #3 as it downloads - Keep the path to the project dir as short as is reasonable ie D:\xyz... and follow the pics in the 'How To Quick Start Guide.pdf' found on the project root,

    and don't be afraid to ask any, even simple question, if you have carefully followed the destructions and get stuck
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  3. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
       #23

    APT38 said:
    download Win10XPE_2021-06-27.7z from post #2 of this thread, read through post #3 as it downloads - Keep the path to the project dir as short as is reasonable ie D:\xyz... and follow the pics in the 'How To Quick Start Guide.pdf' found on the project root,

    and don't be afraid to ask any, even simple question, if you have carefully followed the destructions and get stuck
    Thanks a lot, let see how it.
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  4. Posts : 4,003
    Windows 3.1 to Windows 11
    Thread Starter
       #24

    MaloK said:
    When I saw the Thread was archived I Nearly thought That XPE would have it's OWN Forum Here.... How many Replies does a thread needs to earn that ??? And Isn't PE a great Part of Windows Ten Troubleshooting nowadays ?
    Unlike - TheOven - where Win10XPE seems to be the only topic of discussion with your support - we have many topics here...
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  5. Posts : 2,781
    Windows 7 Pro
       #25

    Kyhi said:
    Unlike - TheOven - where Win10XPE seems to be the only topic of discussion with your support - we have many topics here...
    This Project Requires a Platform... And the Shear Number of Replies to your posts.... Mandates IT... Lolll
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  6. Posts : 4,003
    Windows 3.1 to Windows 11
    Thread Starter
       #26

    We have All left there and found a better platform here and else where....
    The Admin's in this forum are respectful and have class...
    You will most likely catch a little grief for linking to this forum's Win10XPE Support Page......

    And I will Note:
    You are very good at explaining how things work and at answering New user questions..
    And you are more then welcome to share personal applications here....

    Unlike PRZ42 telling a user the project is unreliable because one application (Acronis) has an issue
    Last edited by Kyhi; 24 Jul 2021 at 22:14.
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  7. Posts : 2,781
    Windows 7 Pro
       #27

    Thanks Kyhi,

    I understand that... cannot leave New Users unanswered... Some things are pretty hard to find if you are new to the project.

    I'm looking in google drive to see if it's going to be good for that... seems ok... But need some work. And there is not many info on bandwidth limitation etc...

    See you !!!
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  8. Posts : 17,436
    Win 10 Pro 64-bit v1909 - Build 18363 Custom ISO Install
       #28

    Just a quick question.

    I can Boot WinXPE from my SD Card, but If I try and put the ISO directly onto a Ventoy created USB, it will NOT, I just get a flashing cursor in the top left-hand corner of the screen. I tried with creating the ISO with Boot.wim and WITHOUT.

    I just wanted to ask if anyone else has found this or if it is just me, so I can investigate further.

    Thanks.
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  9. Posts : 417
    W10, W7
       #29

    Hi Paul
    I've been trying with Ventoy for years with XPE iso's and only ever had 10% success rate, if that. Whilst ALL other iso's/wim's will boot without any probs- same usb stick,same host. I either get your symptoms or an io error, and because it's so useful I've tried all the many suggestions multiple times to no avail.
    Having said that I know Kyhi and many others seem to enjoy no probs with Ventoy
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  10. Posts : 37
    Some
       #30

    When Ventoy was first released, I just loved it, and already thought of all the ways it could be useful for "our" PE stuff. Back then there wasn't even talk of direct-booting .wim files (.iso first at the beginning), but like APT38, I was a bit disappointed when there didn't seem to be a lot of interest in fixing the PE-related issues. I'm sure the problems (which seem to bottle down to "re-mounting" the .iso to drive letter Y: after PE boot) will be resolved some day, but it would have been so nice if this issue was a bit more "pressing" to the author.
    Personally, I'm back to just plain old USB boot, which is more than enough for my use.
    APT38 and all others, thanks once again for all your great contributions. I wish this forum had an easier way to click the "thanks" button!
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