1. freddie-o

    freddie-o MDL Addicted

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    #161 freddie-o, Sep 14, 2020
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    If our Recovery partition is at the end of the drive (after the OS partition) we can just resize.

    If the Recovery partition is located at the beginning of the drive, resizing the partition will be a problem after the OS has already been installed. This has to be done while installing Windows. What we do is, when we get to Windows Setup. Click "New" to create a temporary partition (which we will use later for when we resize the Recovery partition). Click "New" again to let Windows Setup create the default partitions. Delete the temporary partition we created. Click "Next" to begin installing Windows. After Windows is installed, we can resize the Recovery partition then replace the Winre.wim with the Win10XPE boot.wim
     
  2. freddie-o

    freddie-o MDL Addicted

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    So, replacing the Winre.wim can also be done manually without modifying the Windows install.wim Image. This is especially good for Windows 10 1909 (19H2) and older versions
     
  3. Kyhi

    Kyhi MDL Novice

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    Is this on a tablet where you can rotate screen ??
    Did you integrate your own Display driver ??
    Do you have "Display Drivers" enabled on "Build Core" ??
    As this is the FIRST ever report of tilted screen and would be very hard to reproduce on our end...
     
  4. roc

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    @freddie-o @Kyhi @EXO56
    Yes, First time build. "Display Drivers" and "Integrate Driver" are all check by default.
     
  5. Kyhi

    Kyhi MDL Novice

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    Did you "Export" your drivers ?? as I assume you are testing on the same (Host) PC as you used to build XPE...
    Or try Disabling "Display Drivers"
    and then "Export" & "Integrate Drivers" from Host PC - as I would think it would be a driver conflict

    By default in my builds - I do not enable "Display Drivers" nor do I integrate any drivers...
     
  6. roc

    roc MDL Novice

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    Got It, forgot export driver

    Thanks @Kyhi

     
  7. mhussain

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    hey there @chrisr
    likeing the sound of your win-pe tool creation utility,
    i'm blind, would it be possible to make your tool more accessible to screen readers like nvda?
    is there a standalone programme to make applications that can be added to the win-pe?
    was thinking of adding nvda the screen reader to the iso?
    i'm able to select the image e.g win10 home but there is no button to mount or what ever, when tabbing around?
    there's the reset button,
    thanks for your help!
    Majid
     
  8. chrisr

    chrisr Win10XPE Developer

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  9. Atari800XL

    Atari800XL MDL Addicted

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    @chrisr
    @Kyhi

    Thanks for all your hard work!
    Nice to see the fixes for the mess Microsoft has made (20h2 release with the X: and C: mixups, BCDEdit stuff on W7, etc.). Big thanks to JFX, as well...
    Stay healthy...
     
  10. Enthousiast

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    Should be 19042?
     
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  11. chrisr

    chrisr Win10XPE Developer

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    Yes it should
    However, on Techbench windows final ISO, it is version 2009 - 20H2 (build 19042) but wimlib info on install.wim returns 10.0.19041.508 !