OEM Recovery Partition Creator for Windows

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  1. Nicolas Ranaldi

    Nicolas Ranaldi MDL Novice

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    #3361 Nicolas Ranaldi, Oct 3, 2019
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  2. Gazer022

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    #3362 Gazer022, Oct 5, 2019
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    I been looking into it since I am also working on a laptop unit need to reinstall but not urgent so I got time to test. What Windows 10 version did you install since v1903 giving me that app association break unlike v1809?
    UPDATE: I reread your post sorry, it seems you working at Windows 10 v1903

    @AnarethoS
    When I am using the Recommended UEFI partition scheme, the sysprep script failed to create WinRe so after sysprep script done and reboot, I got stock on Capture. Did I do something wrong?

    UPDATE: My bad, I mess up the ResetConfig.xml. Sorry
     
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  4. Chibi ANUBIS

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    #3364 Chibi ANUBIS, Oct 25, 2019
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    Hey ! Here a little fix for Update - Windows 10.cmd, if the user don't want AddOn, the original script install AddOn...


    Code:
    ECHO *************************************
    ECHO Check if AddOn was installed. Please wait ...
    ECHO *************************************
    
    if exist C:\Recovery\OEM\Menu\AddOn GOTO INSTALL
    SET Setting=%CD%\Recovery\OEM\Menu\Settings.ini
    if exist "%CD%\Recovery\OEM\Menu\AddOn" RD /S /Q "%CD%\Recovery\OEM\Menu\AddOn"
    if exist "%Setting%" powershell -Command "(gc '%Setting%') -replace 'AddOn=1', 'AddOn=0' | Out-File -encoding Unicode '%Setting%'"
    
    :INSTALL
    ECHO *************************************
    ECHO Removing previous files. Please wait ...
    ECHO *************************************
    
     
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  5. silekonn

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    Windows 10 1909 was released today. Has anyone tried it? Is Recovery Tools compatible?
     
  6. Chibi ANUBIS

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    Is work, no new ScanState is out
     
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  7. Gazer022

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    My created recovery drive didn't boot on dell laptop it created then I tried to boot it on other computer and it working.
    I used 4.2.0 for recovery
    Windows 10 v1909
    Dell Inspiron 3442
    This is really weird.
     
  8. kyme32

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    hello, i have a question related to this tool,
    is it able to boot to recovery via f11?
     
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  10. vigipirate

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    hello thank you for the video and your time would be possible to make another one for copy of the files on usb key thank you
     
  11. Chibi ANUBIS

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    Hello, Ok no prob my friend, I make it when I have a little time :)
     
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  12. vigipirate

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    Hello
    thank you for your time and work
     
  13. sikvdila

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    Hi

    In 4.2 version manual there is no step-by-step demonstration for Windows 7. can anyone upload this (windows 7 ) pdf file which have it. thanks
     
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  15. Gazer022

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    It is possible to select which internal disk to restore from the created recovery usb drive since it always selects disk 0. I encounter an m.2 nvme ssd as disk 1 where this disk is supposed to be OS installed and cannot change the way it is behaving on UEFI settings. A temporary fix is just to remove all storage media except where you want to restore the OS.
     
  16. Flipp3r

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    If this is an Intel based system then you could try integrating the Intel Rapid Storage Drivers into your wims using dism. I find having the driver installed makes the M.2 disk 0.
     
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  18. Lauriz

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    Its been some time but spending more time at home these days.....
    getting around to updating my install disks and was wondering......How would one go about creatinng the "Autounattend.xml" for a new install that would provide a choice to choose from an mbr or a gpt scheme?
    Or is this even possible?
    thought process is I have a usb flash-drive that is capable of booting into both legacy or uefi bios. therefore being able to choose or automatic detection would be awesome. Currently i just do not autounattend and run dispart.txt to acomplish the step. maybe i'm just dreaming of a much easier LOL 'lazier way to do things'.
    any thoughts?