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Get WAIK Tools w/o downloading the huge ISO's

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No idea what's changed in this version.

The download link has not changed, also all tools versions remains the same.

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Updated to version 2.2.1

- reduced "xpwimboot" download by 3MB
- added "xpcards" switch to download cards.dll
- added "xpdiskcopy" switch to download diskcopy.dll

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On 9/11/2015 at 6:24 PM, JFX said:

Updated to version 2.2.1

- reduced "xpwimboot" download by 3MB
- added "xpcards" switch to download cards.dll
- added "xpdiskcopy" switch to download diskcopy.dll

@JFX - thanks for creating this tool, and hope it keeps getting updated in the future as well, awesome tool!

Just please, is this forum allows, edit the post #1 and mention that the link is "always latest" or something, luckily thread is only 4 pages long, so I did not look for the info too long :) Way shorter than downloading and installing whole toolkit ;)

+1 beer from me! :)

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There is a kernel-mode driver httpdisk by Bo Brantén, that could be found here: https://www.acc.umu.se/~bosse/ which enables one to mount file hosted over http as a Windows disk (CDFS works just fine, I used this once some 10 years ago to grab some small exe out of one oversized iso, though it was DDK rather than WAIK).

Edit: I've somehow missed mention of httpdisk from first post. Sorry.

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I've somehow missed mention of httpdisk from first post. Sorry.
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10 hours ago, lenin002 said:

There is a kernel-mode driver httpdisk by Bo Brantén, that could be found here: https://www.acc.umu.se/~bosse/ which enables one to mount file hosted over http as a Windows disk (CDFS works just fine, I used this once some 10 years ago to grab some small exe out of one oversized iso, though it was DDK rather than WAIK).

Sure, and guess what gave the original idea?

Try READING first post of this thread.

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Attempts were made to use httpdisk to download files from inside the WAIK iso,
 but it was not a good solution as you still need to load hundreds of MB and it requires to install an unsigned driver.
 You even had to set your x64 Windows in testmode ...

 

and JFYI:
http://reboot.pro/topic/13049-extract-files-out-of-waik-without-downloading-whole-waik-first/

:whistle:

in other words this is an improvement (as in "faster", "easier").

jaclaz


 

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I had used this last week because I was away and needed a servicing DISM... it made me wonder if there was a tool like this that could also grab the files needed to build a WinPE. As that was my second step after the DISM idea didn't work, I then had to get the full ADK.

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