Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable Rescue Disk

  1. Kbird's Avatar
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    Win10 202H
       #661

    cereberus said:
    MRF may have it in the menu but if you click on it a message pops up saying incremental images are not available on free version.
    I was just wondering about that , as I just noticed the Free Version also has the ReDeploy Option too that Kyhi mentioned isn't in Pro too, thanks.
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  2. Kbird's Avatar
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    Win10 202H
       #662

    Kyhi said:
    The included drivers are from MS Setup Media, not my system... So it uses the generic drivers as provided by MS...
    That is not to say that you can not inject your system drivers into PESE..

    Could you explain the 'Crash" as have not had any reports to the same...

    On the new Iso, Macruim Free eventually loads after 2-3 mins? , with what looks like, it trying to install/load a generic USB3 (hub?) driver , (Snipping Tool not on ISO ( or I missed it) or I would of got image for you)

    Minitool Partition Pro is loading fine too now for me , tried it after Macrium Free.
    Last edited by Kbird; 07 Jul 2016 at 18:32.
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  3. Kyhi's Avatar
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    Windows 3.1 to Windows 10
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       #663

    FSCapture - replaced snipping tool

    You may also want to try and pre-load your raid driver into pese image

    OK - so have one program request = add back snipping tool...
    OK - so have second program request = add back MR Home...

    YES, I'm taking requests and suggestions...
    For Next release...
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  4. Kbird's Avatar
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       #664

    Kyhi said:
    FSCapture - replaced snipping tool

    You may also want to try and pre-load your raid driver into pese image

    OK - so have one program request = add back snipping tool...
    OK - so have second request = add back MR Home...

    Thanks again.... it does sound like I need to do a MRF iso and intergrate it instead.

    I guess MR Home is a Trail version ? you don't need a Key / license to run it do you ? I was wondering if that is why it wont load on .125 as MRF runs on .707

    I was not aware of FS Capture actually......
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  5. Kyhi's Avatar
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       #665

    .125 may not have all the drivers that are in .707

    PE development over time
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  6. simrick's Avatar
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    W10Prox64
       #666

    All links and hashes checked out for me. Thanks! :)
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  7. topgundcp's Avatar
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    Linux Mint 20.1 Win10Prox64
       #667

    @Kbird
    Should the USB Drive be Fat32 or NTFS Formatted? does it matter?
    Always advisable to format wih FAT32 so that it will be compatible with earlier version of EFI firmware.
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  8. Kbird's Avatar
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    Win10 202H
       #668

    topgundcp said:
    Always advisable to format wih FAT32 so that it will be compatible with earlier version of EFI firmware.
    Thanks for following up Topgun , I decided to go the Fat32 route for now as I have mixed UEFI/Legacy/EFI systems...
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  9. Posts : 8
    Win10 and Win7
       #669

    My first post on Forum, will try to endovour to do my best within guidelines. I am working on a Win10 installation for my neighbour on ASUS TP200SA. The job has just about gone over my head. Main problem I have had, system would not upgrade to the November ISO, to me it looked like it did.

    I am however not very familiar with Win10, though I believe I am past this stage and now trying to use MacriumReflect Free to work out a simple recovery system for the owner when I discovered that Macrium Reflect Repair stick lost the keyboard and touchpad.

    Searching for some help, I stumbled on this thread. The WinPE boot system seems perfect to experiment with Macrium and see how keyboard/touchpad perform. If need be export drivers from host system if I understand correctly.

    During the download of WinPESE-64 around 70% we had a power blackout for an hour, unfortunately Firefox was unable to resume, using the trick to remove the *iso.part to another directory then restart download. As I have blown my download quota I will have to wait another 24 hours before starting over again.

    My question the download link in post #1 is that "resumable" or is it Firefox that fails the operation. Firefox is very basic, I have not customised it in any way yet.
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  10. Posts : 8
    Win10 and Win7
       #670

    My post above is now of less interest as I have downloaded a new copy, WinPESE-64 and made a boot stick. Seems I have been caught out as the ASUS TP200SA running Win10, response is "Not enough memory to make a RAM disk" ooops this pc has only 2 GB or RAM.

    When reading the whole thread I must have missed the specs needed to run the WinPE.

    Question: How much RAM is needed to run the WinPESE-64?
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