Windows 10: Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable Rescue Disk
It is not as simple as explaining a few commands..
It requires you to have an understanding of what you are trying to do and how to do it..
Besides, the generic windows 10 driver works flawlessly for the intended purpose of this media..
Found an issue opening the "Acrylic Wi-Fi Home" program - it complains about PresentationNative_v0400.dll.
This is using the unchanged .wim from winpese-x86-14393_17.01.16.iso
Bitlocker and everything else works which is great... I included the Acrylic error report incase it is useful - it is generated in .exr format which I don't understand though.
Acrylic Error report.exr.7z
I haven't (yet) added my Wi-Fi drivers so this was a clean version. I wasn't booting the ISO if it makes a difference - I just copied the boot.wim file into a unlocked recovery partition on my SSD and booted that (and put your picture in the autorun.inf )
that dll is from Net Framework 4.0
Thanks for the report
Please Check the following
"X:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64" - path doesn't exist
X64 ISO -both exist (and the application works)
Apologies for another request, I've just dumped the PE I've been making for some years and decided to use yours instead as it's better. No point reinventing the wheel...
I was wondering how easy it would be to add "Change Input Method" to the control panel.
I've changed default keyboard in boot.wim with Dism /Image:E:\Temp /Set-InputLocale:fr-FR which works fine. I use this layout most often but have PCs with various different keyboards.
Based on this link you can set your keyboard to en-GB using
or hu-Hu using
x:\Windows\system32>wpeutil SetKeyboardLayout 0809:00000809
This works absolutely fine (once you close and open the running application) but you have to look up the codes and perhaps isn't obvious.
x:\Windows\system32>wpeutil SetKeyboardLayout 040e:0000040e
If it wasn't too hard to do adding support to change keyboard (perhaps through control panel input method) would help those using non QWERTY keyboards a lot I think.
The easiest way, using existing ISO would be to use (Modify-WinPE)
Mount the boot.wim and save those commands as .bat files on the default desktop
thus no need to lookup code..
What happen If I don't have a UEFI bios?
I have two S.O. in my machine in TWO different HDD. Why the tool sees only ONE (the first) S.O. ignoring totally the second HDD with the second S.O.?
Why you don't call the tool Kyhi's Win10PESE?
The media BOOTS > UEFI and Legacy
Media should see all the Partitions on all the disks, unless hidden, then you would have to assign drive letters to hidden partitions
Does anyone know how this software can be configured to boot from usb on uefi/gpt.
I formatted usb using rufus on the relevant mode then dragged over the contents of another usb where it does work on bios/mbr set up.
But when booting...
Have a new Double Power 8.1 Tablet that I've upgraded to Win 10. Now I've got it set up just right, I'm attempting to create a Rescue Disk. Purchased a 16gb micro-usb drive which is successfully recognized. Ran 'Create Rescue Disk' from Windows...
I have a new laptop with win 7 pro installed. Once Win 10 is installed in July how will I be able to create a system restore disk?
Just sharing this.
I made another boo-boo today and deleted 500GB worth of media files (just movies and music). Don't ask me how because that's something nobody wants to do. :)
I don't keep a backup of these files. For me these are disposable...