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  1. Posts : 41,653
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
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    Thx.
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  2. Posts : 155
    Windows 10 Pro
       #31

    Is there any way to put a custom boot logo in Windows 10 source ISO instead of Windows 10 default boot logo? So that whenever I use that ISO to install Windows in any system, the custom boot logo automatically applied?
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  3. Posts : 41,653
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #32

    Please consider adding this tutorial to the current tutorial or to the "related tutorial" section:

    How to Restore Files from Windows.old Folder in Windows 10
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  4. Posts : 69,685
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
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       #33

    zbook said:
    Please consider adding this tutorial to the current tutorial or to the "related tutorial" section:

    How to Restore Files from Windows.old Folder in Windows 10
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  5. RBT
    Posts : 54
    Windows 10 Home
       #34

    Thanks Shawn, I've been studying several of your Tutors lately they've been extremely helpful.

    I have a curiosity question if anyone cares to comment (or move this question to more pertinent thread etc)
    When I read
    [-Step 11 The installation of Windows 10 will now begin. During the installation, your screen may flash and computer will restart a few times.
    [-Step 12 During restarts, ignore the Choose an operating system or Windows Boot Manager screens. You do not need to do anything on them since the installation will automatically continue.-]

    I've always wondered how does Windows Setup implement several reboots and always come back to Setup at the next execution point?
    I'm guessing it involves editing the boot process plus some sort of index tracking within Setup itself?

    Appreciate any comments and links to pertinent study material on this.
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  6. Posts : 69,685
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
    Thread Starter
       #35

    RBT said:
    Thanks Shawn, I've been studying several of your Tutors lately they've been extremely helpful.

    I have a curiosity question if anyone cares to comment (or move this question to more pertinent thread etc)
    When I read
    [-Step 11 The installation of Windows 10 will now begin. During the installation, your screen may flash and computer will restart a few times.
    [-Step 12 During restarts, ignore the Choose an operating system or Windows Boot Manager screens. You do not need to do anything on them since the installation will automatically continue.-]

    I've always wondered how does Windows Setup implement several reboots and always come back to Setup at the next execution point?
    I'm guessing it involves editing the boot process plus some sort of index tracking within Setup itself?

    Appreciate any comments and links to pertinent study material on this.
    Hello RBT,

    I don't know the specific technical bits of it, but the Windows Boot Manager will automatically continue where last left off on restart by default.
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  7. Posts : 840
    Windows 7
       #36

    Each phase of Windows installation will update the Setup State, if successful. If install crashes (and reboots), or is interrupted, installation will try to restart the same phase from the beginning. This can end up in an infinite loop when broken.

    Windows Setup States

    In the past there were arcane guides to help you resume a half-baked install by repairing a few items, and resetting the Setup State to another value. Those guides aren't too useful in the most part, because they're focused on troubleshooting.

    For RunSynchronousCommands in the unattended file, there are other registry entries for tracking progress since some commands may request an immediate reboot after the command to force a change. And install needs to resume on the next command in the list.
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  8. Posts : 41,653
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #37

    Please check the opening paragraph in this thread:

    When you perform a custom install of Windows 10, a clean install of Windows 10 is performed only on the same partition as the previous installation of Windows to replace it, and the previous installation is moved into the C:\Windows.old folder as a backup. Once the custom install has finished, you will be able to copy any files you want back from the C:\Windows.old folder.

    Code:
    The hyperlink for C:\Windows.old folder.

    The link opened to:
    How to Delete Windows.old and $Windows.~BT folders in Windows 10


    Consider posting this link:
    How to Restore Files from Windows.old Folder in Windows 10
    Last edited by zbook; 25 Sep 2023 at 22:21.
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  9. Posts : 69,685
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
    Thread Starter
       #38

    zbook said:
    Please check the opening paragraph in this thread:

    When you perform a custom install of Windows 10, a clean install of Windows 10 is performed only on the same partition as the previous installation of Windows to replace it, and the previous installation is moved into the C:\Windows.old folder as a backup. Once the custom install has finished, you will be able to copy any files you want back from the C:\Windows.old folder.

    Code:
    The hyperlink for C:\Windows.old folder.

    The link opened to:
    How to Delete Windows.old and $Windows.~BT folders in Windows 10


    Consider posting this link:
    How to Restore Files from Windows.old Folder in Windows 10
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