Windows 10 AIO Build

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by SkyNet3, Jan 27, 2015.

  1. SkyNet3

    SkyNet3 MDL Member

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    I am attempting to create a Windows 10 AIO build with Core, Pro, Enterprise both x86 and x64. I have used WinToolkit by Legolash and also I have used the DISM(command line) to create these. When I look at the Install.wim info using Gimagex I can see all of the images. My issue is when booting from the USB Flash Drive and running the windows setup I don't get any choice of which installation image to choose from. Is there something that has changed with the format of the 'eg.cfg' file that I am unaware of?

    Any help is appreciated. :)
     
  2. Mr.X

    Mr.X MDL Guru

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    #2 Mr.X, Jan 27, 2015
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    Just delete PID.txt file within sources folder. It contains a product key, but for aios you don't need it.
     
  3. WinDev

    WinDev MDL Expert

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    I know that for Core/Pro ISOs it depends on product key you typed.
     
  4. SkyNet3

    SkyNet3 MDL Member

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    Deleting/renaming the PID.txt did work and now i see the other images, thanks Mr. X. There is some very strange things that you will see if you look at the install.wim for ANY of the Windows 10 images via Gimagex. They still show Windows 8.1 in both the Name and the Description. This is from direct downloaded Microsoft files. Humm :-/
     
  5. Mr.X

    Mr.X MDL Guru

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    Yeah I know pretty weird no?
    I did 2 aios a few hours ago, one ES-ES the other ES-MX.
     
  6. MS_User

    MS_User MDL Guru

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    why even create one.....theirs a new build coming.....wait for final release to make one.
     
  7. DioNZB

    DioNZB MDL Member

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    #7 DioNZB, Jan 28, 2015
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    Delete the PID.txt

    Create a ei.cfg (in notepad) with this text:

    Code:
    [channel]
    _default
    
    then put it in the Sources folder and create an iso
     
  8. bodmas

    bodmas MDL Member

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    it is because its "windows NT version is still 6.3 which is for windows 8.1. see below picture of regedit:
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  9. pisthai

    pisthai Imperfect Human

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    As the lasted Build 9926 is still in Alpha Stage and an so called Milestone 2, there will be still a lot which is bound to 8.1 (NT 6.3).

    From what I thinking, all that 'tweaking' of M/Alpha is for nothing because to much changes are ahead! Why bother with that and let's you drive nut's?
     
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  10. SkyNet3

    SkyNet3 MDL Member

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    Thanks for all of the information folks. I have been running the past three releases and all seems to be getting better. I will wait for the next one to see what changes.

    :)
     
  11. akhmedtaia

    akhmedtaia MDL Senior Member

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    #11 akhmedtaia, Jan 29, 2015
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    i use this code