Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by perre, Jan 31, 2016.
I can share install.wim in windows 10
Please provide more details.
My Install.wim Windows10 has 7gigas I cansplitto fitonusb stickat uifi
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hard to decode, did you make an all in one install.wim ????
not I wanted to split the install.wim because it has 7 gigs and not with rufus becauseETA OS 4 gigas
I'm going towritein English,I want tosharethe install.wim windows 10 because it has more than 4 gigs for uifi mode with rufus.
I just can't believe the audacity of this cheek person.
A comparison with another member, ironically from Portugal as well:
I strongly believe that if you don't have the grey matter, skills, willingness to learn English lang even in its most basic decent level to communicate correctly, then what are you doing in these kind of forums?
Note that I don't have great abilities to speak English either but I constantly during years I've struggling working and suffering to learn English. The key is to have some commitment to study although you don't have too much brain either.
Bottom line is:
This guy likes to troll a lot or he is a shameless person who mocks at himself.
As a side note:
The other day I subscribed to a german forum just ask for something interesting for me. You won't believe me I was turning my head 10 times to dare to post anything there. Finally I just posted a small one in English apologizing beforehand for not writing in German lang. Then got my answered and one more post to say thanks and good bye (like balubeto's posts )
This is a way to have some decency and respect to online communities. Damn! Where's education? Is it overrated lately?
Is there some reason you can't use an 8gb usb drive formatted to ntfs?
You can if your installing in Legacy mode. Normally to boot a USB key in UEFI it needs to be formatted as Fat32 which only allows 4GB max file size...
Okay, so UEFI allows bigger hard drives, but smaller flash drives. Thanks for another reason for me to hate UEFI.
Never done it myself but I think that a wim can be splitted in smaller chunks, using dism, just like a zip or rar file.
With Rufus NTFS is now possible. Peter recently added a NTFS driver to his program and it works nicely so no FAT32 (4GB max file size) restriction for UEFI boot anymore.