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  1.    23 Feb 2015 #31
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    Lol. Kari, I was confirming that even with varied BIOS settings changed, it fails.

    Also, as soon as I enter Audit mode in 9926 (non-enterprise) I have no start menu at all. Thankfully, Win + X works perfectly fine, though.

    Finally, I'm trying to work out a method to have the Audit mode sysprepping work when using Easy2Boot / RMPrepUSB to load the .ISO directly off USP, as opposed to having an extracted ISO - I don't have that many jump drives, but i *do* have that many install ISOs....

    I suspect the easiest way to accomplish this would be to copy the necessary .wim file during install via command prompt so that I could perform a sysprep, based upon the commandline arguments passed during the final sysprep phase back to OOBE, or does it require a lot more than the one (.wim) file?
    Last edited by johngalt; 23 Feb 2015 at 18:25.
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  2.    24 Feb 2015 #32
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    Bah. Windows 10 and my mobo are not playing nicely, well, in terms of Hyper-V.

    Win 10 will install perfectly fine regardless of if I have my normal BIOS Settings or if I have the BIOS default settings, or any combination thereof. However, before I can enable Hyper-V, I have to enable both Execute Disable Bit as well as Virtualization - which is the way it should be.

    However, with both enabled, and enabling Hyper-V, upon reboot the machine refuses to boot, and goes into Automatic Repair mode. If I disable Execute Disable Bit, then the machine boots - and Hypoer-V manager starts just fine, but I cannot start a VM b/c it detects Execute Disable Bit as being disabled.

    If I then re-enable Execute Disable Bit, Win 10 boots fine - but Hyper-V still sees it as disabled.

    This is getting frustrating.

    I was hoping to be able to wait until the summer time before starting a new build. Now... I may have no choice if I want to move forward.

    Off to do some research on X58/ICH10R based mobos and Win 10 / Hyper-V>
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  3.    25 Feb 2015 #33
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    Now, let's bake the noodle a bit more.

    This is from the laptop on which Hyper-V was working perfectly fine, albeit very slowly, as expected of the architecture:

    Intel(R) Processor Identification Utility
    Version: 5.10.20150217
    Time Stamp: 2015/02/26 00:19:34
    Operating System: 6.2-9200-
    Number of processors in system: 1
    Current processor: #1
    Active cores per processor: 2
    Disabled cores per processor: 0
    Processor Name: Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 1007U @ 1.50GHz
    Type: 0
    Family: 6
    Model: 3A
    Stepping: 9
    Revision: 1B
    Maximum CPUID Level: D
    L1 Instruction Cache: 2 x 32 KB
    L1 Data Cache: 2 x 32 KB
    L2 Cache: 2 x 256 KB
    L3 Cache: 2 MB
    Packaging: µPGA/BGA
    Enhanced Intel SpeedStep(R) Technology: Yes
    MMX(TM): Yes
    Intel(R) SSE: Yes
    Intel(R) SSE2: Yes
    Intel(R) SSE3: Yes
    Intel(R) SSE4: Yes
    Intel(R) AES-NI: No
    Intel(R) AVX: No
    Enhanced Halt State: Yes
    Execute Disable Bit: Yes
    Intel(R) Hyper-Threading Technology: No
    Intel(R) 64 Architecture: Yes
    Intel(R) Virtualization Technology: No
    Intel(R) VT-x with Extended Page Tables: No
    System Graphics: Intel(R) HD Graphics
    Expected Processor Frequency: 1.50 GHz
    Reported Processor Frequency: 1.50 GHz
    Expected System Bus Frequency: 100 MHz
    Reported System Bus Frequency: 100 MHz
    *************************************************************
    And this is from my dekstop at home that refuses to play nicely with Hyper-V on Win 10.

    Intel(R) Processor Identification Utility
    Version: 5.10.20150217
    Time Stamp: 2015/02/26 03:18:37
    Operating System: 6.2-9200-
    Number of processors in system: 1
    Current processor: #1
    Active cores per processor: 4
    Disabled cores per processor: 0
    Processor Name: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 965 Extreme Edition CPU @ 3.20GHz
    Type: 0
    Family: 6
    Model: 1A
    Stepping: 4
    Revision: 12
    Maximum CPUID Level: B
    L1 Instruction Cache: 4 x 32 KB
    L1 Data Cache: 4 x 32 KB
    L2 Cache: 4 x 256 KB
    L3 Cache: 8 MB
    Packaging: LGA1366
    Enhanced Intel SpeedStep(R) Technology: Yes
    MMX(TM): Yes
    Intel(R) SSE: Yes
    Intel(R) SSE2: Yes
    Intel(R) SSE3: Yes
    Intel(R) SSE4: Yes
    Intel(R) AES-NI: No
    Intel(R) AVX: No
    Enhanced Halt State: No
    Execute Disable Bit: Yes
    Intel(R) Hyper-Threading Technology: Yes
    Intel(R) 64 Architecture: Yes
    Intel(R) Virtualization Technology: Yes
    Intel(R) VT-x with Extended Page Tables: Yes
    Expected Processor Frequency: 3.20 GHz
    Reported Processor Frequency: 3.74 GHz
    Expected System Bus Frequency: 133 MHz
    Reported System Bus Frequency: 149 MHz
    Expected QuickPath Interconnect Speed: 6.40 GT/s
    Reported QuickPath Interconnect Speed: 7.18 GT/s
    Expected Integrated Memory Controller Frequency: 1333 MHz
    Reported Integrated Memory Controller Frequency: 1496 MHz
    *************************************************************
    Are we baking yet?
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  4.    26 Feb 2015 #34
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    I cannot understand it. An i7 should always play nicely with Hyper-V.
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  5.    26 Feb 2015 #35

    Hi there

    HYPER V even works running a W7, XP AND another W10 system using a Surface pro 3 (i7) as Host. !! I tested just for "amusement" !!!.

    With SSD's response time is fine -- although I#m not madly in favour of the RDP method for accessing the VM's and connecting shares is a bit fiddly.

    I do though prefer using VMware workstation (not free but I have a work corporate copy) which works very well for me as I can also use LINUX Hosts and connecting some rather non standard hardware to the VM's seems to cause less problem.

    However for "Straight" VM's the free HYPER-V seems to be fine - especially as you get an ENTERPRISE strength Hypervisor for FREE. There used to be a problem with getting Wifi virtual switches to work but that seems to be fine.

    I can't understand why your mobo seems to have problems --on INTEL mobos / chipsets everything works just fine (in my experience).

    cheers
    jimbo
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  6.    27 Feb 2015 #36
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    I'm going to double check the Mobo BIOS version - it is the only thing that could possibly be the problem, because I've used the same setup and successfully run both VMWare player as well as VBox on a win 7 host on that machine with both settings enabled and nary a glitch.
    @Kari - RE: sysprep failing because of Store (beta) and not being provisioned for all users:

    Would any of these be (even partially) applicable to the situation we're experiencing in Win 10?

    How To: Fix SysPrep 3.14 error for Windows 8.1 Enterprise | Regular IT Guy

    https://4sysops.com/archives/how-to-...u-run-sysprep/
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  7.    27 Feb 2015 #37
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    At least I have not had any luck with Build 9926 sysprep. I have tried the remove appx packages method, several times.
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  8.    27 Feb 2015 #38
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    I figured you were already aware of that *and* had tried it.

    I'm giving up trying to get Hyper-V running on my desktop at home and shifting over to building my images in a Citrix XenServer VM - better hardware, local access, and I can access it from home, too....
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  9.    28 Feb 2015 #39
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    I could even pinpoint the error down to one appx package. This from the red warning box at the beginning of the customization tut:

    1.) Build 9926 Pro edition (from Windows Insider) fails the sysprep every time on vm and two thirds of tries on real machine. This seems to be (comical enough!) due Windows Insider app. Checking the error logs there's various errors every time, but always something common:

    "Package Microsoft.InsiderHub_1.1.0.400_x64 was installed for a user, but not provisioned for all users".
    Anyway, both links you gave were good read, both confirming my findings (also mentioned in the warning in tut) about the importance of installing without Internet connection.
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  10.    02 Mar 2015 #40
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    Yeah. Even without an internet connection, though, that stupid set of 'user apps' that it defaults to installing from the Store is causing all sorts of issues. You'd think that they'd already have this worked out after the major grief caused with the preview builds of Win8....

    Unless they plan on introducing a new (set of) tool(s) to replace basically everything in the ADK....
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