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  1. OldMike65's Avatar
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       #21

    Cliff S said:
    Me too, as I try to support our in house forums Developers.
    I agree and just finished downloading it......going to burn it soon. :)
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  2. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #22

    I'm going to see if it will boot when I just extract it to the USB, instead of using RUFUS(I have never used it), this technique works for my with Windows ISO's.
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  3. Kyhi's Avatar
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       #23

    Attachment 46890

    He asks for Donations and states is does not support SysWoW64..
    Oh but it does now.. Not that it really matters to the end user - but more to the developer..
    One could possibility install programs not included in winPE by running the programs.exe
    The issue would be if the windows file the program depends on are included in the winPE..

    Do not want to make this a WinPE development thread..
    But there are many possibilities with 100's of apps
    Link to the thread is in my sig..
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  4. OldMike65's Avatar
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       #24

    Kyhi said:
    Attachment 46890

    He asks for Donations and states is does not support SysWoW64..
    Oh but it does now.. Not that it really matters to the end user - but more to the developer..
    One could possibility install programs not included in winPE by running the programs.exe
    The issue would be if the windows file the program depends on are included in the winPE..

    Do not want to make this a WinPE development thread.. but there are many possibilities
    Link to the thread is in my sig..
    Yes....I saw those screens too Also noted that it took at least 20 min's to d/l and the user can't use IE11, to d/l iso. Anyhow Kyhi I just burned yours to my USB stick, and got a big error telling me my windows was messed up and shutting down!! So I guess I'll try burning it again, with different method.....I am using rufus......so going to try to burn it again.....
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  5. Kyhi's Avatar
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       #25

    I usually just copy and paste the files from ISO to USB..
    My USB's are usually set (marked) as Active and formatted Fat32 (for UEFI and Legacy Support)
    And I never, ever have used Rufus
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  6. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #26

    It worked great Jimmy! Also @Superfly 's SKP work after a double click without a hitch(I didn't have to direct).

    I made a screenshot and used 7Zip to move it to my C: drive so when I got back on line I could post(I didn't feel like setting up my Wifi):
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  7. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #27

    OldMike65 said:
    I agree and just finished downloading it......going to burn it soon. :)
    No need to burn(unless you're using a DVD) if you're using a thumb drive, just use 7Zip and extract it to USB.
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  8. Kyhi's Avatar
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       #28

    Showkey will pull the wrong (installed) product key for the Host OS
    (because it pulls the installed key from current PE OS)

    To see the product key for the Off-Line Host OS ( C:\ )
    you have to use the "Retrieve key from backup" feature in showkey

    The embedded key pulls just fine..

    You could of also just saved the screenshot Image to C:\

    User Account Password issue > NTPWEdit
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  9. OldMike65's Avatar
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       #29

    Cliff S said:
    No need to burn(unless you're using a DVD) if you're using a thumb drive, just use 7Zip and extract it to USB.
    Dam it Cliff, I thought it was in ISO format!! I need MORE coffee!!!! Already tried 2 times and it failed.....using rufus, NOW I know why.....I feel kinda stupid right now.
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  10. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #30

    Kyhi said:
    Showkey will pull the wrong product key from the OS (because it pulls the key from current PE OS)
    To see the product key for the Off-Line Host OS ( C:\ )
    you have to use the "Retrieve key from backup" feature in showkey
    The embedded key pulls just fine..
    OK. You've done a really nice job with this. I find it is ALWAYS better to repair Windows with Windows. And it's a portable mini Windows OS that fits in a wallet(for Office stuff people can use Outlook on line in Opera).
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