kyor

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  1. Thanks for update gimagex for support the Display Name and description tag. It works also for Windows 8.1. This topic is old but also usefull these days even with Windows 10 Now i can make a customized ISO File that support also autounattend.xml
  2. for those who have a similar question: i have found the clue. You can use the portable version of Python (WinPython portable) you have to copy the appropriate Visual C++ dll from microsoft to the c:\windows\system32 folder. now you can run your python code.
  3. Is it possible to get python to work with the 64bit version of pe? I downloaded portable python and it worked for 32bit PE. Does anybody have experience with that?
  4. @mchipser if you like you can test my bootmgr.exe that i use for years with Linux without delay For testing purpose i have uploaded it to http://exfile.ru/372587 Greetings kyor
  5. I had a delay when i tried to load Winpe from PXE. I don't get a a error message
  6. I had the same issue several years ago with Windows 7. So i still use the Vista files to boot my Winpe4 Image without any delay.
  7. i don't know. Have you searched in the DVD ISO
  8. try to use autocomlete on the command line so type in D:\Proj and use the TAB key to complete you can try the path also without "" when you have no spaces in the path Do you have different double quotes in your scripts? See your quotation and my "D:\Projects\WinPE\x86\Winpe_FPs\WinPE-HTA.cab"
  9. For additional Packages (optional components) that are not included as defaults you have to install two Packages these are optional components WinPE-HTA HTML Application support. Enables the creation of GUI applications using the Internet Explorer script engine and HTML services. Winpe-LegacySetup The Media Setup feature package. All Setup files from the \Sources folder on the Windows media. Add this package when servicing Setup or the \Sources folder on the Windows media. Must be added with the Setup feature package. To add a new Boot.wim to the media, add either child package in addition to the Setup and Media packages. This package is required to support Windows Server® 2008 R2 installation. WinPE-MDAC Microsoft® Data Access Component support. Enables queries to SQL servers with Active Directory Objects (ADO). Example usage: building a dynamic Unattend from unique system information. WinPE-PPPoE Enables Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) support. Create, connect, disconnect and delete PPPoE connections from Windows PE. WinPE-Scripting Windows Script Host (WSH) support. Enables batch file processing using WSH script objects. WinPE-Setup The Setup feature package (parent). All Setup files from the \Sources folder common to Client and Server. WinPE-Setup-Client The Client Setup feature package (child). The Client branding files for Setup. Must be added after the Setup feature package. WinPE-Setup-Server The Server Setup feature package (child). The Server branding files for Setup. Must be added after the Setup feature package. WinPE-SRT The Windows Recovery Environment feature package. Provides a recovery platform for automatic system diagnosis and repair and the creation of custom recovery solutions. WinPE-WMI Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) support. A subset of the WMI providers that enables minimal system diagnostics. WinPE-WDS-Tools The Windows Deployment Services tools feature package. Includes APIs to enable a multicast scenario with a custom Windows Deployment Services client and Image Capture utility. You must install first the component and then second the language pack for that component Here are a example how to install wmi dism /image:C:\winpe_x86\mount /Add-Package /PackagePath:"C:\Program Files\<version>\Tools\PETools\x86\WinPE_FPs\winpe-wmi.cab" dism /image:C:\winpe_x86\mount /Add-Package /PackagePath:"C:\Program Files\<version>\Tools\PETools\x86\WinPE_FPs\en-us\winpe-wmi_en-us.cab" so the package WINPE-HTA_SV-SE.cab is only the language pack. Hope it works for you
  10. when you add the the language pack and set the keyboard layout to your language (Dism /image:C:\test\offline /Set-AllIntl:sv-se) then you have all what you need. inclusive special county character on your keyboard.
  11. @bookie32 The only language installed as default is english You can get additional Winpe language files within the WAIK ISO. i guess to remember that on WinPE 3 it's located directly on the CD. On Winpe 4 it's installed unter C:\Program Files..\..\Assessment and Deployment Kit\Windows Preinstallation Environment\x86\WinPE_OCs replace x86 to amd64 on above Path to get Language Pack for 64 bit systems use DISM.exe /Image:C:\test\offline /Add-Package /PackagePath:sv-se\lp.cab to add language use the following command to set WinPE to Swedish Dism /image:C:\test\offline /Set-AllIntl:sv-se c:\test\offline is the mounted winpe
  12. Unfortunately it does only work on fat/fat32. I have tested exFat but this doesn't work, too. So my install.wim file can't be greater than 4 GB due to FAT32 limitation
  13. thanks Tripredacus It works now. I had a faulty entry in my BCD file. When i tried to set the winre image i got always a error message. The following method works for me Reagentc.exe /disable delete contents of c:\recovery copy winre.wim from boot media to c:\recovery Reagentc.exe /setosimage /path c:\recovery /target C:\Windows Reagentc.exe /enable
  14. Hi, I want to add "Repair your Computer" to the Advanced boot optitions for Windows 7 when i press f8 during windows boot. In my Windows installation i miss this option, at work it works. I know how to add it to the Windows 7 Bootmanager, but i want it to the advanced boot option. Could anybody help me out? thanks
  15. You can find a good documentation here on MSFN I've used these here