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build Windows PE x86 with keyboard Swiss French!

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I try to build Windows PE x86 with keyboard Swiss French!

Here is the batch file

-------------- WinRE.BAT ------------------------------------

@echo off

REM ------------------------------------------------------

REM Microsoft Windows Setup x86

REM Vers.7 - version 6.1.7600.16385 - French

REM ------------------------------------------------------

set HLab=E:

set RLab=Labo

set RMount=Mount

set RLang=Lang

set RLIPBoot=LIPWinPE6.1.7600.16385

set RDVD=DVD

set Mount=%HLab%\%RLab%\%RMount%

set Labo=%HLab%\%RLab%

set DVD=%Labo%\%RDVD%

set LangB=%Labo%\%Rlang%\%RLIPBoot%

REM ---------------------------

REM Traitement Boot.WIM Index:2

REM ---------------------------

Echo

Echo

Echo -------------------------------------

Echo ..:: Traitement Boot.WIM Index:2 ::..

Echo -------------------------------------

Echo

Xcopy %DVD%\Boot.WIM %Labo%\WinPEx86\Boot.WIM /y

ImageX /MountRW %Labo%\WinPEx86\Boot.wim 2 %Mount%

Start /wait dism /image:%Mount% /GET-Packages

Start /wait dism /Image:%Mount% /Add-Package /PackagePath:%LangB%\fr-FR\LP.CAB

Start /wait dism /Image:%Mount% /Add-Package /PackagePath:%LangB%\fr-FR\WinPE-Scripting_fr-fr.CAB

Start /wait dism /Image:%Mount% /Add-Package /PackagePath:%LangB%\fr-FR\WinPE-srt_fr-fr.CAB

Start /wait dism /Image:%Mount% /Add-Package /PackagePath:%LangB%\fr-FR\WinPE-WDS-Tools_fr-fr.CAB

Start /wait dism /Image:%Mount% /Add-Package /PackagePath:%LangB%\fr-FR\Winpe-wmi_fr-fr.CAB

Start /wait dism /Image:%Mount% /Add-Package /PackagePath:%LangB%\fr-FR\Winpe-Setup_fr-fr.CAB

Start /wait dism /Image:%Mount% /Add-Package /PackagePath:%LangB%\fr-FR\Winpe-Setup-Client_fr-fr.CAB

Start /wait dism /image:%Mount% /GET-Packages

REM ------------------

Start /wait dism /image:%Mount% /GET-Intl

rem Dism /Image:%Mount% /Set-UILang:fr-FR

rem Dism /Image:%Mount% /Set-SySLocale:fr-CH

rem Dism /Image:%Mount% /Set-UserLocale:fr-CH

rem Dism /Image:%Mount% /Set-InputLocale:100c:0000100c

rem Dism /Image:%Mount% /Set-TimeZone:"Romance Standard Time"

intlcfg -InputLocale:100C:0000100C -Image:%Mount%

intlcfg -SySLocale:fr-CH -Image:%Mount%

intlcfg -UserLocale:fr-CH -Image:%Mount%

intlcfg -UILang:fr-FR -Image:%Mount%

intlcfg -TimeZone:"Romance Standard Time" -Image:%Mount%

intlcfg -report -Image:%Mount%

Start /wait dism /image:%Mount% /GET-Intl

REM ------------------

Xcopy %Labo%\WinPEshl.ini %Mount%\Windows\System32\ /y

REM %Mount%\sources\Lang.InI

Start /wait dism /Image:%Mount% /Gen-LangInI /Distribution:%Mount%

ImageX /boot /capture %Mount% %Labo%\WinPEx86\ISO\Sources\Boot.WIM "WinRE"

OSCDImg -n -m -b%Labo%\WinPEx86\etfsboot.com %Labo%\WinPEx86\ISO %Labo%\Final1.ISO

Imagex /UnMount %Mount% /commit

Echo -------------------------------------

echo ..:: DVD WinRE Fini ::..

Echo -------------------------------------

------------------ WinPEshl.InI --------------

[LaunchApp]

AppPath=X:\Sources\Recovery\Recenv.ExE

-------------------------------

I check all setting in the mount and registry Default! All is fine

I have keyboard "French" but need "French (swiss)"

See pictures...

Who can help me! somethink in batch file is wrong or i forget somethink to do

Thank you in advance for your answer

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You can find help here:

Intlcfg Command-Line Options

The International Settings Configuration Tool (Intlcfg.exe) is used to change the language and locale, fonts, and input settings for a Windows Vista® and Windows Server® 2008 images.

Typically, you run Intlcfg.exe after applying one or more language packs to your Windows image.

Caution The intlcfg tool is used to configure Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 computers only.

To change the international settings on Windows® 7 and Windows Server® 2008 R2, use the DISM tool.

For more information, see Languages and International Servicing Command-Line Options.

Languages and International Servicing Command-Line Options:

http://technet.micro...360(WS.10).aspx

You can change your batch file like this for Windows 7:

REM ------------------

Start /wait dism /image:%Mount% /GET-Intl

Dism /Image:%Mount% /Set-UILang:fr-FR

Dism /Image:%Mount% /Set-SySLocale:fr-FR

Dism /Image:%Mount% /Set-UserLocale:fr-CH

Dism /Image:%Mount% /Set-InputLocale:100c:0000100c

Dism /Image:%Mount% /Set-TimeZone:"W. Europe Standard Time"

rem intlcfg -InputLocale:100C:0000100C -Image:%Mount%

rem intlcfg -SySLocale:fr-FR -Image:%Mount%

rem intlcfg -UserLocale:fr-CH -Image:%Mount%

rem intlcfg -UILang:fr-FR -Image:%Mount%

rem intlcfg -TimeZone:"W. Europe Standard Time" -Image:%Mount%

rem intlcfg -report -Image:%Mount%

Start /wait dism /image:%Mount% /GET-Intl

REM ------------------

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Thank you for your answer!

I test it and is the same way! i not have the french swiss keybard!

I think is right :

Dism /Image:%Mount% /Set-SySLocale:fr-CH

I think in the batch file, some comand is necesary!

tks for your futur help!...

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I will try and tell you later.

*Edit:

Yes you can keep /Set-SySLocale:fr-CH.

But, unfortunatly, after testing, I see there is no effect :

InputLocale:100c:0000100c isn't selected as default.

http://technet.micro...360(WS.10).aspx

Limitations

The DISM International servicing commands cannot be used on a Windows Vista® or a Windows Server® 2008 image.

The international commands can be used to change international settings only in Windows® 7 and Windows PE 3.0 images.

Image winRE

*Edit 2: You are trying to customize an winRE and not an winPE!. The winRE.wim is located inside install.wim image mounted: %Mounted_Folder%\Windows\System32\Recovery\winRE.wim

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I need more information!

In Winre.WIM have index 1 and 2!

I must setting the two index or not!

I test many setting but i never have the keyboard swiss french

need help please

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Could you please, paste or attach the informations about your winRE.wim.

imagex /info <path to the file>\winRE.wim

Informations about Windows RE:

Customizing the Windows RE Experience

Walkthrough: Create a Windows RE Image

Example inside my computer x64 winRE.wim (only One index):

C:\Program Files\Windows AIK\Tools\PETools>imagex /info C:\Windows\System32\Recovery\winRE.wim

ImageX Tool for Windows

Copyright © Microsoft Corp. All rights reserved.

Version: 6.1.7600.16385

WIM Information:

----------------

Path: C:\Windows\System32\Recovery\winRE.wim

GUID: {339e18a9-f8de-47d2-8040-d938d7060e8b}

Image Count: 1

Compression: LZX

Part Number: 1/1

Boot Index: 1

Attributes: 0x8

Relative path junction

Available Image Choices:

------------------------

<WIM>

<TOTALBYTES>168388891</TOTALBYTES>

<IMAGE INDEX="1">

<DIRCOUNT>2408</DIRCOUNT>

<FILECOUNT>10475</FILECOUNT>

<TOTALBYTES>1056354646</TOTALBYTES>

<HARDLINKBYTES>376494593</HARDLINKBYTES>

<CREATIONTIME>

<HIGHPART>0x01CA0435</HIGHPART>

<LOWPART>0x3018893B</LOWPART>

</CREATIONTIME>

<LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>

<HIGHPART>0x01CA0435</HIGHPART>

<LOWPART>0x30E79F7F</LOWPART>

</LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>

<WINDOWS>

<ARCH>9</ARCH>

<PRODUCTNAME>Microsoft® Windows® Operating System</PRODUCTNAME>

<EDITIONID>WindowsPE</EDITIONID>

<INSTALLATIONTYPE>WindowsPE</INSTALLATIONTYPE>

<PRODUCTTYPE>WinNT</PRODUCTTYPE>

<PRODUCTSUITE></PRODUCTSUITE>

<LANGUAGES>

<LANGUAGE>en-US</LANGUAGE>

<DEFAULT>en-US</DEFAULT>

</LANGUAGES>

<VERSION>

<MAJOR>6</MAJOR>

<MINOR>1</MINOR>

<BUILD>7600</BUILD>

<SPBUILD>16385</SPBUILD>

<SPLEVEL>0</SPLEVEL>

</VERSION>

<SYSTEMROOT>WINDOWS</SYSTEMROOT>

</WINDOWS>

<NAME>Microsoft Windows Recovery Environment (x64)</NAME>

<DESCRIPTION>Microsoft Windows Recovery Environment (x64)</DESCRIPTION>

</IMAGE>

</WIM>

C:\Program Files\Windows AIK\Tools\PETools>

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