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Make_PE3 Program to Create Portable Windows 7 PE

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Win10PE is here http://theoven.org/index.php?topic=1336.0

More details on building Win10PE boot.wim is given here

 

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Win8.1SE is here http://theoven.org/index.php?topic=774.0

It is very good and allows also to use TeamViewer

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UFD_FORMAT.exe and UEFI_MULTI.exe can be used to make USB-Stick bootable with 10PE and 8.1SE wim files.
http://reboot.pro/topic/18182-uefi-multi-make-multi-boot-usb-drive/#entry168079

Download Media Creation Tool and use it to make Win10_x64 ISO file that can be used for fresh install of Windows 10.
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

After booting with WinPE from USB, then use WinNTSetup_x64.exe
and Win10_x64 ISO file to prepare internal harddisk drive for Install of Windows 10 x64
http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/149612-winntsetup-v386/

More Info:

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I just tried UFD_FORMAT tool on This

the tool says it formatted the drive successfully 

the drive still shows as NTFS  and the files that where on it stayed in place

the process did add its files to drive

 

formatting in windows offers no FAT32, only NTFS  or exFAT

 

 maybe i could try RMPrepUSB, but then what settings will i need to use ?

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What is the size of your USB-stick ?
What is the Windows version that you are using ?

UFD_FORMAThttp://reboot.pro/topic/19140-ufd-format/

In Win 7/8 OS Set User Account Control Off and Reboot

Could it be that this requirement was not fulfilled ?

For UEFI Boot support then Windows 8x64 or 10x64 is needed as operating system

FAT32 has size limit of 32 GB for Windows Format -
 
If the size of your USB-stick is more than 32 GB,
then you can try to Format with 2nd Partition checkbox selected and use 50% for 2nd partition.

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Alternatively you can try RMPrepUSB with settings as shown http://www.rmprepusb.com/

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Or you can try Rufus-2.7 http://rufus.akeo.ie/with settings as shown using UEFI:NTFS

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Hi, I have a new laptop that only has USB3 ports and my MakePE3 doesn't recognize anything on those ports. I can boot, the MakePE iso from the flash drive. but after the system is up there is no flash drive listed. I need to add usb3 drivers to MakePe, but it's been so long since I built a new one, I'm not sure anymore how to add this driver. Before I start researching again, could someone that knows please give me some quick instructions on how to best acomplish this?

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27 minutes ago, click-click said:

Hi, I have a new laptop that only has USB3 ports and my MakePE3 doesn't recognize anything on those ports. I can boot, the MakePE iso from the flash drive. but after the system is up there is no flash drive listed. I need to add usb3 drivers to MakePe, but it's been so long since I built a new one, I'm not sure anymore how to add this driver. Before I start researching again, could someone that knows please give me some quick instructions on how to best acomplish this?

I don't think that  a PE 3.x made with Make_PE3 is particularly different form *any other* PE 3.x, you should be able to add the drivers "normally" via DISM *like*:
http://www.pixelstech.net/article/1419908117-Install-Windows-7-with-USB-3-0-ports-only

or you can use (if the "target" is also Windows 7) win7drv.cmd:

http://reboot.pro/topic/12660-produce-their-own-pe3/?p=117562
 

 or you mean that you want to re-build a new PE with those drivers added?

jaclaz
 

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Rebuild with usb3 support. Thanks for the other links - appreciate it.

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2 hours ago, click-click said:

Rebuild with usb3 support. Thanks for the other links - appreciate it.

Then I believe you just add the drivers to Make_PE3\PE3_mod\WIN7_drivers\x86 (or \amd64) and build normally.

jaclaz
 

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Now that was easy. Thanks - I has forgotten about that. I did complicate matters because I used option 2 instead of option 3 and the Win7PE ended up with a blus screen:huh:.  After the fact, I found a note to myself:

"Use option three in Make_PE3 for rebuild (_Make_PE3.cmd). Do not copy
files from current windows7 since this will break IE8 if IE9 or greater is
installed on the current Win7."

I had a backup of my MakePE3 aetup, so I restored that and only added the usb3 drivers without copying any windows files from my current system (Option3) and I was back in  business. After booting the flash on the new lappy, I could see the flash listed and had access to it.

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