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  1. Kyhi's Avatar
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    Windows 3.1 to Windows 10
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       #41

    Fat32 for UEFI support, but the current version of my PE requires SecureBoot disabled, because of the included Acronis Driver..
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  2. Cliff S's Avatar
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    Win10 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu
       #42

    Jimmy just for your information, from your Win10RT File Explore(I am a curious person) I tried running some of my installed programs(on C:) from your Recovery environment, and a few worked-Ccleaner, Tweaking(dot)com's Windows Repair, 7Zip, UltraSearch, Macrium from my C: drive too, another words installable programs that also have the option of using a desktop.ini(install/portable hybrid's) file instead of the registry.
    Also all my saved(in C:\ Documents CMD scripts run too.
    I tried MBAM but it gave me the error that sfc.dll is missing, but of course SFC & DISM run in CMD.
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  3. Kyhi's Avatar
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    Windows 3.1 to Windows 10
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       #43

    For testing copy the HOST C;\windows\system32\sfc.dll
    to X:\windows\system32\sfc.dll

    and do the same if dll in syswow64 folder

    sfc.dll may not be included in PE and the program you are trying to run is dependent on that dll..

    Remember we develop PE around the Programs we run within PE
    So the program you are running may have dependancies not included.. thus the Joy Of development..

    Edit: you could also test by running the Programs installer within PE, although may still find missing dependencies

    Also remember that you are running the PE OS from system memory..
    Nothing is saved anywhere within the PE OS once PE is shut down...
    Any changes made to the HOST system are saved....
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  4. OldMike65's Avatar
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       #44

    Kyhi said:
    Fat32 for UEFI support, but the current version of my PE requires SecureBoot disabled, because of the included Acronis Driver..
    Ok thanks again, I will change it back to fat32.....Funny I have been a paid user of Acronis since 2009, and just stopped using it about 2 months ago, because I now use Macrium Reflect. I even have paid for my Acronis 2015 upgrade....even thou I don't use it anymore.
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  5. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #45

    Kyhi said:
    For testing copy the HOST C;\windows\system32\sfc.dll
    to X:\windows\system32\sfc.dll

    and do the same if dll in syswow64 folder

    sfc.dll may not be included in PE and the program you are trying to run is dependent on that dll..

    Remember we develop PE around the Programs we run within PE
    So the program you are running may have dependancies not included.. thus the Joy Of development..

    Edit: you could also test by running the Programs installer within PE, although may still find missing dependencies

    Also remember that you are running the PE OS from system memory..
    Nothing is saved anywhere within the PE OS once PE is shut down...
    Any changes made to the HOST system are saved....
    I am here to test and help, I'll give it a shot now and post what happens
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  6. Kyhi's Avatar
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    Windows 3.1 to Windows 10
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       #46

    PE has nothing to do with Host System or any programs you may have or paid for...

    PE depends upon itself, it's files and the programs developed for use within PE...

    You do not even need an OS or HDD to use PE Environment, as it is totally independent all unto itself..

    Macrium is included in PE
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  7. Cliff S's Avatar
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    Win10 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu
       #47

    So I needed not only sfc.dll but sfc_os.dll, copy & paste did the job- and now I'm scanning
    I had also tried installing MBAM in the recovery environment, and it didn't function either without those 2 libraries.
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  8. Cliff S's Avatar
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    Win10 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu
       #48

    Kyhi said:
    MBAM = https://www.malwarebytes.org/lp/sem/...FREoaQodSYwJZw ????

    That is a program that requires purchase and product registration / activation ...

    So not really a program we would develop - useless their is a Free public licence
    Try here, the orange button is the free one: https://www.malwarebytes.org/
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  9. OldMike65's Avatar
    Posts : 106,622
    Windows10 Pro (x64) 20H2 19042.928
       #49

    Kyhi said:
    PE has nothing to do with Host System or any programs you may have or paid for...

    PE depends upon itself, it's files and the programs developed for use within PE...

    You do not even need an OS or HDD to use PE Environment, as it is totally independent all unto itself..

    Macrium is included in PE
    Ok Kyhi I changed the format back to fat32, went into bios and turned off my secureboot. Changing that option thou gave me big red screen before making the change, as my computer didn't want me to turn secureboot off, even to the point of after changing that option and rebooting, it asked me again during the boot process if I was sure, and made me enter a 4 digit code to verify the change. Anyhow, Your recovery usb program booted right up with no problems!!! Looks real nice, lots of features for the user. I can see that you put in a lot of work into this recovery tool. Nice Work Sir !!!
    Wish I didn't have to turn off my secureboot thou. I've already turned it back on. I will remember in the future to turn it off if I need to use this recovery tool. Again Kyhi VERY GOOD Recovery Tool loaded with good features!!!!
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  10. Kyhi's Avatar
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    Windows 3.1 to Windows 10
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       #50

    Is it scanning C; (host) or scanning X; (PE) ???

    As I found the trial version - but not an option to scan an Off-line Windows image
    or re-direct the scan to another version of windows

    So I needed not only sfc.dll but sfc_os.dll
    I will make a development note to include those files for time being

    Also, if you know how to
    you can mount the boot.wim
    copy the needed files into mounted boot.wim
    then commit the boot.wim

    That way, you can save the files into your PE
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