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Make_PE3 Program to Create Portable Windows 7 PE

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Btw, is possible to save the customizations (icons(_size), wallpaper) and load them on next boot again?

In folder Make_PE3\PE3_mod\PE3_reg\x86\plugins you find file PE3-SmallIcons_reg.txt
When you change the extension to have file PE3-SmallIcons.reg then small icons will be generated.

Portable 7 PE will search in root of any drive for wallpaper.jpg and PStart folder with portable programs and drv folder with external drivers

Copy PStart folder and wallpaper.jpg and drv folder with drivers as normal from Make_PE3\MULTI to root of HDD or USB boot drive.


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ok. Can you make a help which explains this a bit more?
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ok. Can you make a help which explains this a bit more?

It is as simple as described above. Just have a try.

; Small Icons for Desktop and User Pinned StartMenu shorcuts - Thanks to JFX
; If desired then change filename to \PE3-SmallIcons.reg

In folder Make_PE3\Help_Info you find file Customize_Info.txt for more help

Edited by wimb, 04 January 2011 - 08:37 AM.


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Unfortunately the registry in 7 PE is volatile. Otherwise it would be possible to have learning process like in full XP ....

I believe I found some interesting code inside the kernel to possibly activate non-volatile hives in WinPE. To late now, but will try some modfications when time allows.

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@ joakim
http://winpe2.blogsp...01_archive.html
if this is what you are talking about, i have already tried and it dont work.

and bluetooth has been available for quite some time now, if you have the drivers that is. i am trying to get the microsoft stack working (i discovered that by microsoft they mean CSR. CSR IS the microsoft stack) the CSR stack is free but i cant find a download for it or the "microsoft" stack. CSR calls it the "harmony" stack btw. oh, and i am using BlueSoleil.


@whoever
i am working on PXE network booting winPE, i am useing tftp32 (free).
you will need pxeboot.n12 and bootmgr.exe and the boot folder from your CD.

pxeboot.n12
http://www.filefacto...f/n/pxeboot.n12
http://www.filesavr....XQJ2BR5A1W6X3KW

bootmgr.exe
http://www.filefacto...8/n/bootmgr.exe
http://www.filesavr....7RG3BW6KEN3CX7M

i am very close, but stuck. it is very strait forward

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@ joakim
http://winpe2.blogsp...01_archive.html
if this is what you are talking about, i have already tried and it dont work.


Well that was the first thing I tried, but realized it did not work, and got bsod with PROCESS1_INITIALIZATION_FAILED. I'm more positive to patching the kernel to not load hives as volatile, but am still failing. Have tried like 5-6 different places now. Winpeshl.exe has nothing to do with it. I replace it with cmd.exe as specified in the registry key CmdLine. Modifying the MiniNT string in the kernel does not help either, and neither does the removal the 2 WinPE keys, or even preventing the kernel from writing the MiniNT key under Control key (if you string replace MiniNT, it will still write the new name instead of MiniNT. I suspect the right way is to force write a 0/1 into the al/bl register at some place. Thereby fooling the kernel to think non-PE -> non-volatile hives. Just need ti figure out exactly where.. Btw, are we sure that the log files are in fact properly flushed (merged to hive) when shutting down with wpeutil.exe/shutdown.exe? Could also mention that changing the string Control\MiniNT to Control in wpeutil.dll will let you run all the PE utilities /winpeshl, wpeutil, wpeinit) with winpe=off.

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@joakim

Interesting, I hope you find some ways to further unlock 7 PE ....

The auto install of drivers is also locked in 7 PE.
When I simply use Action > Scan for hardware changes - button in Device Manager, then auto install of drivers is activated.
Then after about 3 minutes most drivers are installed (except e.g. missing video driver)
But how to make this happen without user interaction ....
I could not find registry settings which would unlock and could enable auto install of drivers.
Now I am using PnPutil.exe -i -a X:\Windows\inf\*.inf in driver_fix.cmd and pnp_fix.cmd to do the same.
But I think it should be possible to unlock 7 PE somehow ....

Edited by wimb, 06 January 2011 - 01:48 AM.


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*** Update of Make_PE3 package to Create Portable Windows 7 PE ***

  • Added - Install of Drivers from autosearch of Win7 Host DriverStore
  • Added - Install of Drivers from user selected DriverPacks folder
  • Added - Fix_7hdc of cdob to enable or to install MassStorage driver to offline Windows 7
    Thanks to cdob for making Fix_7hdc - http://www.911cd.net...showtopic=24245
  • Fixed - using 32-bits Dism from Win7 SysWow64 folder in case of 64-bits Win7 Source and XP x86 OS
  • Fixed - using XP Bootfiles from x86 XP OS for Install of 7 PE ISO Boot Image on bootable USB-drive
  • Changed - Program Version - latest version is now 3.9

After Driver Fix and Start of Services by driver_fix.cmd
then one can fast install any missing driver in two ways using Desktop Icon and Hardware Menu:
- Drivers from Win7 Host DS - is autosearch for Windows 7 DriverStore and let pecmd.exe Install the drivers
- DriverPacks from Folder - user can select DriverPacks folder and drivers are installed by dpinst.exe


Download - Make-PE3

It is required to extract Make_PE3.exe to the root of your drive

More Info - See post #1


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I have been trying to figure out how to get around the issue I'm having with extracting. I get the following message below when logged in as an administrator and running the EXE to extract the files as an administrator.

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I have tried taking ownership of the EXE and then re-trying to extract but end up with the same message. I am running Windows 7 Enterprise x64. Any help with this issue is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Edited by Echo_Platoon, 10 January 2011 - 11:38 AM.


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You can try to Update 7-zip to latest version 7z920-x64.msi

http://www.7-zip.org/download.html

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You can try to Update 7-zip to latest version 7z920-x64.msi

http://www.7-zip.org/download.html


Thanks for the advice, but that didn't work. I already had that version installed, so I tried uninstalling and re-installing 7-zip, but got the same result when extracting.

I did try something as an alternative. I wanted to see if it was a 64-bit issue or not. I have Windows XP Mode installed, so I tried extracting while in the Windows XP Mode. As a result, it extracted perfectly. Maybe things don't extract right on a 64-bit version of Windows 7?

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[ Maybe things don't extract right on a 64-bit version of Windows 7?

No problem here with 64-bits Windows 7 OS
Anyway it is SFX selfextractor, so there should not be any problem.
Just doubleclick on Make_PE3.exe should work.
I don't know what is causing your problem .....

Edited by wimb, 10 January 2011 - 02:15 PM.


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[ Maybe things don't extract right on a 64-bit version of Windows 7?

No problem here with 64-bits Windows 7 OS
Anyway it is SFX selfextractor, so there should not be any problem.
Just doubleclick on Make_PE3.exe should work.
I don't know what is causing your problem .....


Hmmmm....I'm not sure what would be causing that either. I'll have to try it out on another system that has a 64-bit version of Windows 7. If that doesn't work for me, I'll just extract it in Windows XP Mode and copy the files over.

Thanks for all of your help.

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*** Update of Make_PE3 package to Create Portable Windows 7 PE ***

  • Added - Extra letter (X B E or M) in 7 PE ISO filename to distinguish different versions (MIN BS EXP and Media)
  • Added - Added Windows 7 PE Size and Version Info in entry of grub4dos menu.lst
  • Added - Q-Dir Filemanager
  • Update - 7-Zip version 9.20 and Ghost - Thanks to ericgl
  • Changed - folder SxS_Fix_Win7PE moved to folder MULTI - manually run SxS_7PE_SFX.exe from here to fix Side by Side Errors
  • Added - Autorun of SxS_7PE_SFX.exe by driver_fix.cmd when copied to folder PE3_mod\PE3_add\x86\Windows\System32
  • Changed - Program Version - latest version is now 4.0

After Driver Fix and Start of Services by driver_fix.cmd
then one can fast install any missing driver in two ways using Desktop Icon and Hardware Menu:
- Drivers from Win7 Host DS - is autosearch for Windows 7 DriverStore and let pecmd.exe Install the drivers
- DriverPacks from Folder - user can select DriverPacks folder and drivers are installed by dpinst.exe


Download - Make-PE3

It is required to extract Make_PE3.exe to the root of your drive

More Info - See post #1


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Hello to everybody in this forum,

I'm new here (registered 5min ago), but I follow your work since W7RC was released.
First I will thank you for the inspiration, improvements, advantages making winpe better.
Compared with you guys (developpers, administrators), I'm a newbie/greenhorn.
I cant programm, assamble, compile, develop things - so I do not understand every
thread in this forum.

Most of you, I think, trace a winemb-feature-package integration into a winemb install.wim
and applies the traced information (files/reg-keys) over a Win7 setup install.wim to finally
copy it to the winpe.wim. This is effective but time expensive and difficult.

Because of my "enduser"-knowledge, I would microsoft tools do the job for me and would
share me success with you. I decided to try the reverse way ...

1.) I mouted winpe.wim (round 8000files / 774MB) and install.wim (round 48000files / 4.3GB).
2.) I copied everything to a temp-working directory (except sxs, framework, driverstore) = 1.15GB.
3.) I deleted some things, winpe does'nt need (SAT, MIGWIZ, SPP, WUA, SLIC, NLS...) = 550MB
4.) The remaining files compared with the files from winpe.wim (525 duplicates -100MB) =450MB
5.) I copied all the files into winpe.wim and applied as much regkeys as I found
6.) the final winpe.wim growed from 112MB to 329MB

A.) The booted winpe.wim consists of explorer-shell, IE8, controlpanel, mediaplayer, mmc,
networkcenter, fax/scan, vss, printer, remotedesktop, directx, ......ect.....ect.
B.) Now I mounted winpe.wim again integrated WMI-package, and enabled Service-Profiling
C.) After unmounting I booted once again and executed every bat, com, exe, vbs, msc, services ....etc.
D.) Now I used wpeutil to save the profile
E.) I mounted winpe.wim a third time and applied the traced profile, which removed additional 100MB
(big disadvantage - the winpe.wi is'nt serviceable anymore from this point)

Finally I ended up with a 270MB winpe.wim including 80% of the original W7 in about 3hrs.

Last but no least I would thank you guys again for the great work. Hope to see you in W8 :-))

Bye
tom

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ha, that should work too. interesting approach. ill mess with it later.
oh, and if it boots, i can service it. (see one of my above posts with attachments)

service pack 1 is out. winpe 3.0 is now 3.1 (most relevant thing is hdd drivers 512b/4k access)

waik sp1 update

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Hi,wimb,thank you for your powerful tools to build win7pe!
When I use the tools "make_pe3" a win7pe,and I start the win7pe from my computer,I found a problem:when press the combine key "ctrl +alt+del" ,the win7pe will run the program "peshell.exe",but in windows 7 ,it should run the program "taskmgr.exe"!
How can I modify this to run "taskmgr.exe"?
Thank you !

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[ Maybe things don't extract right on a 64-bit version of Windows 7?

No problem here with 64-bits Windows 7 OS
Anyway it is SFX selfextractor, so there should not be any problem.
Just doubleclick on Make_PE3.exe should work.
I don't know what is causing your problem .....


Hmmmm....I'm not sure what would be causing that either. I'll have to try it out on another system that has a 64-bit version of Windows 7. If that doesn't work for me, I'll just extract it in Windows XP Mode and copy the files over.

Thanks for all of your help.


I figured out what was happening on the computer I was trying to extract on. McAfee VirusScan was stopping it. After I disabled the McAfee services, I was able to extract successfully.



On a different note, I might be able to contribute a little. I figured out how to start PE Network Manager and close it when done. I used an AutoIt script to accomplish this. Below is the code that I used.

;Disable AutoIt System Tray Icon
TraySetState(2)

;Disable keyboard and mouse while PE Network Manager is running to prevent user clicking off of main window
BlockInput(1)

;Start PE Network Manager
Run(@ProgramFilesDir & '\PENetwork\PENetwork.exe')

;Wait for the main PE Network Manager window to be active
WinWaitActive('PE Network Manager 0.56', 'Network Drives')

;Close the main PE Network Manager window
WinClose('PE Network Manager 0.56', 'Network Drives')

;Re-enable keyboard and mouse
BlockInput(0)

I then named and compiled it as NetStartAndClose. After that, I copied NetStartAndClose.exe to the PE Network Manager program files directory and added the lines in the code box below to startnet.cmd after the following line: :: start "Audio Fix PE3 - Wait ...." /wait "%SystemRoot%\System32\audio_fix.cmd"

:: start "PE Network Manager" and close when done
"%programfiles%\PENetwork\NetStartAndClose.exe"

Hopefully, this helps some people out.

Edited by Echo_Platoon, 13 April 2011 - 07:22 AM.


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Wimb:

Will Make_PE3 be updated to be compatible with a Windows 7 SP1 source and Internet Explorer 9? Using Windows 7 SP1/IE9 results in an RTM Make_PE3 build and a broken Internet Explorer (the icons look as if IE9 ported over, but opening up IE9 results in the browser opening and closing after about 1/2 second...)

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Will Make_PE3 be updated to be compatible with a Windows 7 SP1 source and Internet Explorer 9?

I don't have 7 SP1 to do experiments and besides I don't have enough time ....

But if someone else gives solution, then of course I will add it to the package ....

Another approach would be to try VHD_W7_Compact.exe for SP1 Win 7 Source.
Personally I think this is far better than 7 PE

http://www.911cd.net...ndpost&p=167661

Edited by wimb, 14 April 2011 - 02:42 PM.


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Will Make_PE3 be updated to be compatible with a Windows 7 SP1 source and Internet Explorer 9?

I don't have 7 SP1 to do experiments and besides I don't have enough time ....

But if someone else gives solution, then of course I will add it to the package ....

Another approach would be to try VHD_W7_Compact.exe for SP1 Win 7 Source.
Personally I think this is far better than 7 PE

http://www.911cd.net...ndpost&p=167661


Hi master,
can you give me tips to activate the print spooler service
I don't know how to do

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can you give me tips to activate the print spooler service

The Mini 7 version of 650 MB has Printer Support and is probably the best and the easiest solution.
http://www.911cd.net...ndpost&p=167661

You can compare filelist of mini_7vhd.txt with 7PE.

At least you need to add to 7PE folder
\Windows\System32\spool\*.*
and these files and their corresponding mui files.

\Windows\System32\compstui.dll
\Windows\System32\DeviceCenter.dll
\Windows\System32\DeviceDisplayObjectProvider.exe
\Windows\System32\DeviceDisplayStatusManager.dll
\Windows\System32\DeviceEject.exe
\Windows\System32\DeviceMetadataParsers.dll
\Windows\System32\DevicePairing.dll
\Windows\System32\DevicePairingFolder.dll
\Windows\System32\DevicePairingHandler.dll
\Windows\System32\DevicePairingProxy.dll
\Windows\System32\DevicePairingWizard.exe
\Windows\System32\DeviceProperties.exe
\Windows\System32\DeviceUxRes.dll
\Windows\System32\localspl.dll
\Windows\System32\localui.dll
\Windows\System32\ntprint.dll
\Windows\System32\ntprint.exe
\Windows\System32\print.exe
\Windows\System32\PrintBrmUi.exe
\Windows\System32\printfilterpipelineprxy.dll
\Windows\System32\printfilterpipelinesvc.exe
\Windows\System32\PrintIsolationHost.exe
\Windows\System32\PrintIsolationProxy.dll
\Windows\System32\printmanagement.msc
\Windows\System32\printui.dll
\Windows\System32\printui.exe
\Windows\System32\spoolss.dll
\Windows\System32\spoolsv.exe
\Windows\System32\tcpmon.dll
\Windows\System32\tcpmon.ini
\Windows\System32\tcpmonui.dll
\Windows\System32\upnpcont.exe
\Windows\System32\winspool.drv
\Windows\System32\WINSPOOL.EXE

Then you need extra registry keys for 7 PE derived from working mini 7

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\PE3-SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Print]

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\PE3-SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Enum\Root\LEGACY_HTTP]

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\PE3-SYSTEM\ControlSet001\services\HTTP]

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\PE3-SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Print]

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\PE3-SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Print]

Edited by wimb, 16 April 2011 - 12:43 AM.


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can you give me tips to activate the print spooler service

The Mini 7 version of 650 MB has Printer Support and is probably the best and the easiest solution.
http://www.911cd.net...ndpost&p=167661

You can compare filelist of mini_7vhd.txt with 7PE.

At least you need to add to 7PE folder
\Windows\System32\spool\*.*
and these files and their corresponding mui files.

\Windows\System32\compstui.dll
\Windows\System32\DeviceCenter.dll
\Windows\System32\DeviceDisplayObjectProvider.exe
\Windows\System32\DeviceDisplayStatusManager.dll
\Windows\System32\DeviceEject.exe
\Windows\System32\DeviceMetadataParsers.dll
\Windows\System32\DevicePairing.dll
\Windows\System32\DevicePairingFolder.dll
\Windows\System32\DevicePairingHandler.dll
\Windows\System32\DevicePairingProxy.dll
\Windows\System32\DevicePairingWizard.exe
\Windows\System32\DeviceProperties.exe
\Windows\System32\DeviceUxRes.dll
\Windows\System32\localspl.dll
\Windows\System32\localui.dll
\Windows\System32\ntprint.dll
\Windows\System32\ntprint.exe
\Windows\System32\print.exe
\Windows\System32\PrintBrmUi.exe
\Windows\System32\printfilterpipelineprxy.dll
\Windows\System32\printfilterpipelinesvc.exe
\Windows\System32\PrintIsolationHost.exe
\Windows\System32\PrintIsolationProxy.dll
\Windows\System32\printmanagement.msc
\Windows\System32\printui.dll
\Windows\System32\printui.exe
\Windows\System32\spoolss.dll
\Windows\System32\spoolsv.exe
\Windows\System32\tcpmon.dll
\Windows\System32\tcpmon.ini
\Windows\System32\tcpmonui.dll
\Windows\System32\upnpcont.exe
\Windows\System32\winspool.drv
\Windows\System32\WINSPOOL.EXE

Then you need extra registry keys for 7 PE derived from working mini 7

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\PE3-SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Print]

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\PE3-SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Enum\Root\LEGACY_HTTP]

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\PE3-SYSTEM\ControlSet001\services\HTTP]

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\PE3-SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Print]

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\PE3-SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Print]



Thank you very much Master
I will try my best to understand
this code

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Thank you very much master

It works! The http.sys driver started successfully.
The print spooler service activate successfully.

Now I post files for sharing

\Windows\System32\spool\*.* derived from windows 7 x86 without installing any printer driver
and these files and their corresponding mui files.


\Windows\System32\compstui.dll
\Windows\System32\DeviceCenter.dll
\Windows\System32\DeviceDisplayObjectProvider.exe
\Windows\System32\DeviceDisplayStatusManager.dll
\Windows\System32\DeviceEject.exe
\Windows\System32\DeviceMetadataParsers.dll
\Windows\System32\DevicePairing.dll
\Windows\System32\DevicePairingFolder.dll
\Windows\System32\DevicePairingHandler.dll
\Windows\System32\DevicePairingProxy.dll
\Windows\System32\DevicePairingWizard.exe
\Windows\System32\DeviceProperties.exe
\Windows\System32\DeviceUxRes.dll
\Windows\System32\localspl.dll
\Windows\System32\localui.dll
\Windows\System32\ntprint.dll
\Windows\System32\ntprint.exe
\Windows\System32\print.exe
\Windows\System32\PrintBrmUi.exe
\Windows\System32\printfilterpipelineprxy.dll
\Windows\System32\printfilterpipelinesvc.exe
\Windows\System32\PrintIsolationHost.exe
\Windows\System32\PrintIsolationProxy.dll
\Windows\System32\printmanagement.msc
\Windows\System32\printui.dll
\Windows\System32\printui.exe
\Windows\System32\spoolss.dll
\Windows\System32\spoolsv.exe
\Windows\System32\tcpmon.dll
\Windows\System32\tcpmon.ini
\Windows\System32\tcpmonui.dll
\Windows\System32\upnpcont.exe
\Windows\System32\winspool.drv
\Windows\System32\WINSPOOL.EXE

search the windows 7 x86 windows\system32 for the *.mui

registry keys derived from windows 7 x86 without installing any printer driver
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\PE3-SYSTEM\\Control\Print]

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\PE3-SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Enum\Root\LEGACY_HTTP]

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\PE3-SYSTEM\ControlSet001\services\HTTP]

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\PE3-SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Print]

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\PE3-SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Print]


I am not sure activate print spooler servie can install printer driver
Now, I want to activate the usbscan.sys driver and sti service

Can you give me some tips

Thank you very much master!

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It works! The http.sys driver started successfully.
The print spooler service activate successfully.
....

Now, I want to activate the usbscan.sys driver and sti service

That is good news. :thumbup :thumbup

I found the filelist when reducing to mini 7 while trying to keep Printer working.

Also in mini 7 the sti service is working.I think files extra for Paint were needed:
\Windows\System32\stclient.dll
\Windows\System32\sti.dll
\Windows\System32\storage.dll
\Windows\System32\wiaservc.dll

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