Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable Rescue Disk

  1. simrick's Avatar
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       #761

    f14tomcat said:
    There is a method using what Kyhi already has. @simrick pointed out to me that Kyhi has PENetwork built in. It is not a shortcut on the Desktop, but under the Classic Shell Start Menu - All Programs, under Network.

    Attachment 105777

    This may be preferable to the Device Manager method because it "sniffs" around and finds the Lan hardware you have and does the appropriate setup. Pretty quick.... Tray icon will change to yellow, then clear up. And you're all set to go!
    Oops - sorry; used to be a shortcut on the desktop; must have changed.....haven't used it myself in a while.
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  2. OldMike65's Avatar
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    Windows10 Pro (x64) 20H2 19042.964
       #762

    f14tomcat said:
    There is a method using what Kyhi already has. @simrick pointed out to me that Kyhi has PENetwork built in. It is not a shortcut on the Desktop, but under the Classic Shell Start Menu - All Programs, under Network.

    Attachment 105777

    This may be preferable to the Device Manager method because it "sniffs" around and finds the Lan hardware you have and does the appropriate setup. Pretty quick.... Tray icon will change to yellow, then clear up. And you're all set to go!
    Yes I read that when simrick posted that info, tried it ....it did nothing, but report can't find any network......so used your method, and that worked.
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  3. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    Multi-boot Windows 10 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider
       #763

    OldMike65 said:
    Yes I read that when simrick posted that info, tried it ....it did nothing, but report can't find any network......so used your method, and that worked.
    Odd...worked for me, both methods.
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  4. OldMike65's Avatar
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    Windows10 Pro (x64) 20H2 19042.964
       #764

    f14tomcat said:
    Odd...worked for me, both methods.
    Could be because of my bios settings on this MB .....not the same as yours. Just a guess...
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  5. Kyhi's Avatar
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    Windows 3.1 to Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #765

    Nothing has changed in either uploaded ISO..
    If it worked before, it should work the same now......
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  6. Posts : 82
    Windows 10 Pro TH2
       #766

    Hey kyhi how are you first of all I want to thank you for creating this awsm recovery tool and now I want to tell you my problem
    My computer registry got corrupted because of my own stupidity but fortunately I have a registry backup I have backed the registry through registry editor it only gave me a one big registry file and now I want to restore that registry but I can't get inside of my computer because it crashes on boot I have tried all the safe modes but no luck I don't have any other backup plz help me I have already downloaded & created a bootable USB plz help me I don't want to lose this system plz
    Important note
    I do have another windows 10 installed on same computer on different drive though
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  7. Posts : 18
    Win10 Home 64
       #767

    Newbie Question


    Kyhi said:
    SFC Scannow and Dism RestoreHealth - Image Health - Repair Corrupt Files
    I've been looking for a repair disk like this - thank you. I'm still in the past and trying to catchup...

    Regarding: the "SFC Scannow and Dism RestoreHealth"

    So we'd boot a corrupted PC to the winpese image you kindly provide. I assume it runs from the PC's memory. Then we use this program you provide for a potential fix on the bad PC? You said "will run System File Checker and DISM commands to repair an online Windows image". So I'm not sure if it's purpose is what I'm suggesting.

    Sorry for my lack here. Thanks.
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  8. Kyhi's Avatar
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    Windows 3.1 to Windows 10
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       #768

    Image Health can be used to repair your currently booted "online" windows image.

    When using WinPESE your windows image is now considered "Offline" because you are booted into WinPE OS that has been loaded into System Memory.
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  9. Posts : 1
    Windows 10
       #769

    Do you have a stripped down version of this WinPE GUI environment


    I love this tool, but we have a need to create one that we can use for forensics and add some of those tools. We don't want to load to many additional tools we just want to be able to throw in a few that we are going to use to clone drives, use explorer, maybe run some hard disk erasing program and would need network connectivity also. Do you have any versions that are stripped down that we could use and add our own tools to?

    I have messed around with the WinPE tools and tried to create our own but have not been able to get it working in a GUI environment like yours, I have had to do all from the command line and some of the tools we want to add don't work as well that way. I work for a none profit organization so any help would be much appreciated.
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  10. Superfly's Avatar
    Posts : 3,337
       #770

    Number2 said:
    I love this tool, but we have a need to create one that we can use for forensics and add some of those tools. We don't want to load to many additional tools we just want to be able to throw in a few that we are going to use to clone drives, use explorer, maybe run some hard disk erasing program and would need network connectivity also. Do you have any versions that are stripped down that we could use and add our own tools to?

    I have messed around with the WinPE tools and tried to create our own but have not been able to get it working in a GUI environment like yours, I have had to do all from the command line and some of the tools we want to add don't work as well that way. I work for a none profit organization so any help would be much appreciated.
    Nut's 'n bolts... Win10PE SE Downloads Page
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