Hi guys, Some of you might know my stuff on TPB. If you don't, I have a SuperAIO that I made of win7 and win8 install.wim files using win8 x86 boot.wim and bootmgr. Now I'm at a bit of a problem. UEFI is becoming very popular. It also has a limitation of only being bootable on flash drives in fat32 mode. The problem is that with fat32, the max filesize on the drive can be 4gb. There's a way to split the wim with the new dism /split-image command, but it causes a problem. When you try to install certain indexes, it will not find the licensing information and error out. I have been trying to work out a solution, but so far I've only come up with one real solution. I think that the solution might be to have the boot.wim and setup files on one partition in fat32 to enable booting in UEFI mode, but then have the install.wim on a different partition in ntfs since it doesn't need to boot to that partition and the filesize can be larger than 4gb. I'm trying to get this going, but making 2 partitions on a flash drive is problematic because you never know where the 2nd partition is going to be. So it's not as simple as pointing it at f:\install.wim or something... I'm wondering if anyone out there has a lot of experience with boot.wim and/or unattend.xml stuff and can help me come up with some sort of solution that does something like run a command script to set the install.wim path, or perhaps something more simple like a partition with a winpe setup where people can simple apply the image to the desired disk. Anyhow, we really have a lot of smart guys over here. Anyone got some ideas?