OEM Recovery Partition Creator for Windows

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  1. Chibi ANUBIS

    Chibi ANUBIS MDL Chibi Developer

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    Yeah, can support x86
     
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  3. vigipirate

    vigipirate MDL Member

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    no virus faux positif ?
     
  4. prasanta

    prasanta MDL Novice

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    hi. my laptop has 250gb ssd and 1Tb hdd. the ssd is disk 1 on which i want to install win10 with recovery tools and keep the Hdd untouched and unaffected. but the autounattende.xm; files create partitions from disk 0 that is in my case the HDD. So i need assistance how to modify the Autounattented.xml files for installing windows 10 on disk 1 SSD in UEFI mode.
    i have another query, that in previous versions of recovery tools i followed your instruction word by word but in audit mode i installed certain apps from windows store. when i attempted to sysprep the machine, an error occured and the entire labour got wasted. therefore, i want to know is there any post install script to automate the installation of those store apps after the OOBE stage ?
     
  5. AnarethoS

    AnarethoS MDL Expert

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    For what I saw, you should not add/remover/update Windows store application but "inject" them. For that, you need a way to put your hand on the provisionning package from Microsoft. I think you need a special account for that (system integrator or similar stuff). I didn't bothered with that I must say.
     
  6. prasanta

    prasanta MDL Novice

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    ok pls tell me how to install my os on ssd disk 1 using autounattended .xml.
     
  7. Flipp3r

    Flipp3r MDL Expert

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    If your using "autounattend.xml" then change "<DiskID>0</DiskID>" to "<DiskID>1</DiskID>".
    If your using "diskpart /s ReCreatePartitions.txt" then change "select disk 0" to "select disk 1".
    Or just remove the hdd while installing the OS.
     
  8. JeepWillys58

    JeepWillys58 MDL Member

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    #3409 JeepWillys58, Oct 6, 2020
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