rob4dance

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  1. Delete value bootmenupolicy bcdedit.exe /store boot\bcd /deletevalue {default} bootmenupolicy bootmgr itself shows a progress bar by default. That's bootmenupolicy is missing. That's it! Thanks heaps!
  2. Are you in Windows or WinPE? In Windows you can run reagentc as administrator to view/change Winre options...
  3. The 1st time I created my WinPE 4.0 & boot in uefi mode I had the balls & no progress bar. Booting in bios mode I didn't get a progress bar but got the small bar that moves across like when windows is loading. By default all the languages where copied over too. I deleted them all & some other files I thought weren't needed. Now I can boot in bios & uefi mode and only get the progress bar at the bottom of the screen!
  4. Hi, For Win7, my USB key has BCD Entries to boot: 1) WinPE 3.0 x86 Edition 2) WinPE 3.0 x64 Edition 3) Windows 7 Setup (All in One) I've been trying to do similar for WinPE 4.0 but can't get it to work. All I need is to have the choice to boot either 32 or 64 bit & I can manually run the setup from there. FOR /F "delims={} tokens=2" %%I IN ('bcdedit /store boot\bcd /copy {default} /d "WinPE x64"') DO SET OSGUID=%%I SET OSGUID={%OSGUID%} bcdedit /store boot\bcd /set %OSGUID% device ramdisk=[boot]\Boot\WinPE_x64.wim,{7619dcc8-fafe-11d9-b411-000476eba25f} bcdedit /store boot\bcd /set %OSGUID% osdevice ramdisk=[boot]\Boot\WinPE_x64.wim,{7619dcc8-fafe-11d9-b411-000476eba25f} FOR /F "delims={} tokens=2" %%I IN ('bcdedit /store boot\bcd /copy {default} /d "WinPE x86"') DO SET OSGUID=%%I SET OSGUID={%OSGUID%} bcdedit /store boot\bcd /set %OSGUID% device ramdisk=[boot]\Boot\WinPE_x86.wim,{7619dcc8-fafe-11d9-b411-000476eba25f} bcdedit /store boot\bcd /set %OSGUID% osdevice ramdisk=[boot]\Boot\WinPE_x86.wim,{7619dcc8-fafe-11d9-b411-000476eba25f} bcdedit /store boot\bcd /displayorder %OSGUID% /addfirst bcdedit /store boot\bcd /default %OSGUID% bcdedit /store boot\bcd /timeout 10 With WinPE 4.0 I don't get a menu. The timeout value makes no difference. It does boot though. Seems to boot whatever is the 1st entry only... Also, if I do get this working, does it only apply to Bios or do I need to modify BCD in the EFI folder as well? I think I'll most likely be booting in UEFI mode to utilize GPT... Any help would be great! I don't need to be carrying too many usb keys!
  5. I think your not initializing the lan. Instead of modding winpeshl.ini, edit startnet.cmd and add: wpeinit ping 127.0.0.1 -n 16 -w 1000>null %SYSTEMDRIVE%\GHOST\ghost32.exe wpeint initializes the nic. Ping is used as a delay so there's time for nic init/ip allocation.. run ipconfig to check nic status. Also, you may need to add the nic drivers to your wim. ::-------------- Add Drivers to x86 WinPE ---------------------- dism /image:c:\WinPE_x86\mount /Add-Driver /driver:c:\Drivers_x86\Network /recurse /forceunsigned Hope it works for you!
  6. Hi everyone. Hope someone can help me. I'm a stressing!!! My AutoUnattend.xml creates a WinRE recovery partition & a Vista OS Partition. It leaves me on the Desktop in Audit Mode. Basically, this is what I want to do: 1) Install all drivers, updates, software, (Office Ready, etc) 2) Sysprep in Audit mode for offline capture 3) Deploy this Image 4) Perform testing, custom addon etc. 5) Finally, sysprep to oobe, rebooting to my WinRE to capture this final OOBE image for enduser. In Audit mode everything works correctly. Having already run SetAutoFailoverOOBE.cmd I can then use the following to boot into my WinRE for automatic image capture: bcdedit /bootsequence {572bcd55-ffa7-11d9-aae0-0007e994107d} /addfirst If I use the above in conjunction with "sysprep /quiet /generalize /oobe /reboot" it does not boot into my Recovery partition. How can I resolve this??? Any help will be much appreciated!