Windows 10: Macrium Reflect: Graphics resolution too large in BIOS mode

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  1.    1 Day Ago #11

    JoeB said: View Post
    I'd like to try this. Where is the macrium boot.wim and how do I add the drivers to it? My experiment seems to confirm that adding the drivers would work.
    The default is C:\boot\macrium\WA10K\media\sources\boot.wim I believe but I saved mine on D drive.

    To add drivers to wim you need to mount it, add the driver(s) and then unmount it again. If you put the .inf file(s) for the driver(s) you want to add in C:\temp\Drivers it would be like this (in powershell)
    Code:
    # Mount WIM
    Mount-WindowsImage -ImagePath "C:\boot\macrium\WA10K\media\sources\boot.wim" -index 1 -Path "C:\temp\mount"
    
    # Add any device drivers (.inf files)
    Add-WindowsDriver -Path "C:\temp\mount" -Driver "C:\temp\Drivers\" -recurse
    
    # Unmount the WinPE image
    Get-WindowsImage -Mounted -ErrorAction Stop | ForEach-Object { Dismount-WindowsImage -Path $_.Path -Save -ErrorAction Stop }
    WinPE: Mount and Customize | Microsoft Docs
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       1 Day Ago #12

    lx07 said: View Post
    The default is C:\boot\macrium\WA10K\media\sources\boot.wim I believe but I saved mine on D drive.

    To add drivers to wim you need to mount it, add the driver(s) and then unmount it again. If you put the .inf file(s) for the driver(s) you want to add in C:\temp\Drivers it would be like this (in powershell)
    Code:
    # Mount WIM
    Mount-WindowsImage -ImagePath "C:\boot\macrium\WA10K\media\sources\boot.wim" -index 1 -Path "C:\temp\mount"
    
    # Add any device drivers (.inf files)
    Add-WindowsDriver -Path "C:\temp\mount" -Driver "C:\temp\Drivers\" -recurse
    
    # Unmount the WinPE image
    Get-WindowsImage -Mounted -ErrorAction Stop | ForEach-Object { Dismount-WindowsImage -Path $_.Path -Save -ErrorAction Stop }
    WinPE: Mount and Customize | Microsoft Docs
    Thanks a lot. I'll have a go tonight. Do I add all the files that are in the graphics driver folder to it i.e. everything in that image I posted plus the audio folder which is omitted in that pic? I will study that link you posted.
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  3.    1 Day Ago #13

    JoeB said: View Post
    Do I add all the files that are in the graphics driver folder to it?
    Yes. Just make sure the folder contains a something.inf file and not just a .exe.
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  4. Posts : 8
    Win 10 Home v1703
    Thread Starter
       1 Day Ago #14

    lx07 said: View Post
    Yes. Just make sure the folder contains a something.inf file and not just a .exe.
    Yes, I'm aware that the .inf needs to be the first thing it sees. I think it's the one called autostart.inf
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