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  1. Posts : 1
    Windows 10
       #440

    Good Day All,

    What a fantastic tutorial, everything worked like a charm....then... what I mounted my final iso and start the VM. Press any key to install, the installation starts, I select country/language/KB and then displays the following "Windows could not display the images available for installation". Any ideas would be highly appreciated.
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  2. Posts : 1
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #441

    For some reason when i use RUFUS to put the completed ISO on an USB drive and try to install it on a laptop the laptop doesn't pick up the OS on the USB it picks up the USB but not the ISO ( Bios is set to Secureboot and RUFUS is also set to MBR and target system is BIOS (or UEFI-CMS) )
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  3. Posts : 14
    Win 10
       #442

    branden50425 said:
    For some reason when i use RUFUS to put the completed ISO on an USB drive and try to install it on a laptop the laptop doesn't pick up the OS on the USB it picks up the USB but not the ISO ( Bios is set to Secureboot and RUFUS is also set to MBR and target system is BIOS (or UEFI-CMS) )
    Try turning Secure Boot off.
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  4. Posts : 6
    Ubuntu and Windows 10
       #443

    EDIT: Wrong thread
    Last edited by yotoprules; 25 Aug 2020 at 10:55. Reason: wrong thread
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  5. Posts : 31
    Windows 7 sp1
       #444

    I have download all edition for win10 Greek 32bit and 64bit from the official Microsoft site.
    And i have download all editions for win10 English 32bit and 64bit from the official Microsoft site.

    And i want to make vl and combine these two iso files into one and bootable iso file to write it to one dvd+r dl 8gb.

    How i can do that with a gui program for win7 i have installed now at my pc?

    A lot of thanks for your time and your answers.
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  6. Posts : 2
    win10 x64
       #445

    Hi,
    Awesome tutorial thanks for writing it up!
    I've got a little problem with executing it though and can't really find any solution to it.
    Actually, I've done the whole process several times successfully but now I stuck.

    I'm trying to create and installation disk with accounts and software on it. I enter this:
    dism /capture-image /imagefile:\install.wim /capturedir:C:\ /ScratchDir:\Scratch /name:"AnyName" /compress:maximum /checkintegrity /verify /bootable

    dism finishes the process successfully but there is no file in the scratch folder. I've repeated the process several times today and there is no file being created. I had this problem before but after repeating the process the file appeared. Unfortunately today no files are appearing no matter how many times I repeat the process.

    Any help would be appreciated!
    Thanks!
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  7. Kari's Avatar
    Posts : 17,607
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #446

    yondermann said:
    I'm trying to create and installation disk with accounts and software on it. I enter this:
    dism /capture-image /imagefile:D:\install.wim /capturedir:C:\ /ScratchDir:D:\Scratch /name:"AnyName" /compress:maximum /checkintegrity /verify /bootable

    dism finishes the process successfully but there is no file in the scratch folder. I've repeated the process several times today and there is no file being created. I had this problem before but after repeating the process the file appeared. Unfortunately today no files are appearing no matter how many times I repeat the process.
    First, welcome to Ten Forums.

    ScratchDir is just a folder used when image capture needs some temporary storage space. It will be emptied when capture is done.

    ImageFile tells DISM where and with what name to save the WIM file, in your case it is D:\install.wim. Have you checked your D: drive, the install.wim file should be there.

    This is quite clearly told in tutorial step 4.4, just after the DISM command example:

    Replace drive letter D in imagefile switch (green highlight in above code box) with the drive letter and folder path of the target where you want install.wim be written, and ...
    Kari
    Last edited by Kari; 27 Sep 2020 at 07:34. Reason: Fixed a bad typo
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  8. Posts : 2
    win10 x64
       #447

    Kari said:
    First, welcome to Ten Forums.

    ScratchDir is just a folder used when image capture needs some temporary storage space. It will be emptied when capture is done.

    ImageFile tells DISM where and with what name to save the WIM file, in your case it is D:\install.wim. Have you checked your D: drive, the install.wim file should be there.

    This is quite clearly told in tutorial step 4.4, just after the DISM command example:



    Kari
    My mistake, sorry. Indeed that's the temporary folder. I don't have the install.wim file on D:
    When dism finishes saving the image and I check D: right through the command prompt the install.wim file is there but once I turn off the machine and boot into windows again for step 5 the file is not there.
    Is there a certain way to exit from the command prompt or from the installer?

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    yondermann said:
    My mistake, sorry. Indeed that's the temporary folder. I don't have the install.wim file on D:
    When dism finishes saving the image and I check D: right through the command prompt the install.wim file is there but once I turn off the machine and boot into windows again for step 5 the file is not there.
    Is there a certain way to exit from the command prompt or from the installer?
    I haven't found a solution nor the root of the problem but I've found a workaround. I connected an external Hdd and saved the install.wim file there. Before I turned the pc off I unplugged the hard drive and the file was saved.
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  9. Vineet Garg's Avatar
    Posts : 144
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #448

    Super Cool Tutorials But "Capture Windows Image" with weak specs!


    Greets,

    Thanks For Superb Tutorials, Wonderful Explanation & In-depth Information.

    The only problem is ''Capturing Windows Image / Partitions'' with weak specs. The fans go like anything even from Win 10 PE /RE! Is there a possibility of using Macrium, Backupper Or another Utility for the disk partition, etc. imaging purposes. Then It will be quite lighter & speedy.

    Please consider.

    Many Thanks Again.
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  10. Posts : 2
    Windows 10
       #449

    Hello,

    After I have created my ISO file (bootable, pre-installed apps), it boots normally into Windows Setup. However, during the Getting files ready for installation phase, there is an error saying that Windows cannot install the required files. If the WIM file was corrupt, why didn't DISM tell me? I only have 1 drive in the virtual machine I used to capture the WIM file.
    I am using Hyper-V, Generation 2, UEFI, Dynamic Memory is off, Secure Boot is off, and I created the "capture" VM in Generation 2 also. While in VMWare, it gets stuck at "Setup is starting".

    Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks

    bg117
    Last edited by bg117; 13 Nov 2020 at 23:07. Reason: Correction: WIM file.
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