Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable Rescue Disk

  1. NavyLCDR's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
       #1071

    ValiantSaint said:
    Sorry cereberus if I didn't make myself clear. I was just asking if there's a way of using drive imaging software to make an image of a finished USB boot drive? Saves having to physically create each one. Thanks :)
    alex USB Image Tool
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  2. Posts : 47
    Windows Ten!
       #1072

    Ah, that's awesome, Navy. Many thanks. Is it easy to use? Just seems like black magic to me imaging USBs!
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  3. Ztruker's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro X64 21H1 19043.1043
       #1073

    Create an ISO of it perhaps: create iso from flash drive

    Could also just zip it then unzip to a flash drive formatted the same as the original.
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  4. cereberus's Avatar
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    Windows10
       #1074

    win32diskimager.
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  5. Posts : 33
    Windows 10 Pro for Workstations
       #1075

    zdilto said:
    @DrEmpiricism
    please share PowerShell scripts instead of the whole pe image as this will be more useful to users building their own images.
    I can probably do that. When I have time today I will edit out one of my basic scripts to exclude some of the processes it does as most will not have use for those since they're pretty much exclusive to server deployment. They all act as a DISM.API wrapper that call either vbs or c# scripts using the API. I'll see if I can toss one together that people can run that will generate a PE build with a simple script you can run with PShell, and upload the apps used in the PE environment, too.
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  6. Posts : 15
    Windows 7/10
       #1076

    Hi! I'm using Kyhi's "Win14393PESE_x86 ISO v170116" and the "MODIFY WINPESE" from the first page.

    I only updated CCleaner to the latest version.

    Following the instructions in the readme file for Modify WinPESE everything seems to go great until i try to boot from it.

    It doesn't matter if i boot from a usb flash drive, or a dvd i get the same error on 3 different pc's:

    RECOVERY Your PC/Device needs to be repaired. The application or operating system couldn't be loaded because a required file is missing or contains errors. File: \windows\system32\boot\winload.exe Error code: 0xc0000225.

    I've tried this in Windows 7, and Windows 10. I've also tried to add the updated files via the DISM command with no luck. I'm obviously missing something here but i can't figure it out. Thanks.
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  7. Kyhi's Avatar
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    Windows 3.1 to Windows 10
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       #1077

    what files/folders are on the USB ?

    just copy the modified boot.wim into the SOURCES folder of WinPESE_x86

    then copy the contents (files & folders) inside the WinPESE_x86 Folder to USB

    By the way - not sure CCleaner works with a remote registry
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  8. Bree's Avatar
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    10 Home x64 (21H1) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #1078

    NavyLCDR said:
    +1 for that tool. I've been using it since 2015 with no problems. Simple tool and requires no installation.
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  9. Kyhi's Avatar
    Posts : 3,614
    Windows 3.1 to Windows 10
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       #1079

    Let me backup a bit.
    You were able to boot the contents of the ISO you downloaded ????

    If so just rename the current boot.wim on bootable USB to boot.wim.old and then copy your modified boot.wim into same sources folder
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  10. Posts : 15
    Windows 7/10
       #1080

    Kyhi said:
    what files/folders are on the USB ?

    just copy the modified boot.wim into the SOURCES folder of WinPESE_x86

    then copy the contents (files & folders) inside the WinPESE_x86 Folder to USB

    By the way - not sure CCleaner works with a remote registry
    Thank you for the very fast reply Kyhi!
    That's exactly what i've done numerous times. I'm really at a loss here.

    Your ISO works great until i try to modify it.
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