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WinNTSetup v3.8.1.1 / 3.8.5 Beta 3


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changuk98

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This is the best tool I know. I use it when I install 8.1 or 10 to my hard drive. except....

I found that 10 isn`t working. it spits error that the device is not ready. But the important thing is I made my driver ready.

I want to install windows 10 using winntsetup.

Please someone help me!!




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@ JFX

 

Thanks to you for this new version, just downloaded beta 3, I'll test install in compact mode using as source an *.esd and report back.

Also I want to share the easiest way to install wofadk.sys in our current 7 or 8.x OS, to make it able to run wofadk service on it:

 

Once you run WinNTSetup the first time, just copy wofadk.sys from folder Tools\x64\DISM or Tools\x86\DISM according to your current OS to:

C:\Windows\System32\drivers then run the attached WofAdk.reg to register it and reboot.

After reboot open a command as administrator and type net start wofadk and enter to make sure the service is running.

 

Best Regards

 

alacran
 

EDIT: From a 7SP-1x64 PC, I made an install Compact mode Xpress8k to a VHD using as source 10x64 install.esd, It ended fine, WinNTSetup.log looks there was no issue,  It took long time to finish unfortunately I didn't measure it. Latter booting from this VHD all is OK.

 

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well, i picked green and i`m good to go.

and I said windows 10, not 7.

Try installing usb at this time.

I see that wimboot isn`t an best option.

test:windows 10 64 bit kn-not technical preview or insider review.

 

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I tried with adata usb 128gb using mode express k.(usb 3.0ver but It worked with u2.0 because there is no usb 3.0port)

yeah it failed. It ends with blue screen

I tried at windows 8.1 version and it tooks 24 hours to do it and I can`t spend more.

the iso or wim file what I use is windows 10 kn pro series and it is not insider preview.

don`t mess with windows 7 and 8.1, please!!!



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Hi changuk98,
 
it's a bit hard to understand you and the problem you have.
What exactly are you doing and what bluescreen do you have?
Does it work if you apply in normal mode, no wimboot/compact?
Are there any 3th party driver need for your pc?
 
 
@alacran
 
Next version will log the time required to apply the wim file.





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