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NikolaS92

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  1. But that is what makes windows 10 good (it motivated you to make something new).
  2. You cant, unless you disable colored titlebars.
  3. Weird, link works for me. If SENS service is disabled I get after reboot this Error for some reason: Couldn't Complete Changes., Undoing changes. Don’t turn off your computer.
  4. to answer my questions: 1) SENS and TrustedInstaller services are required for DISM to work 2) its possible to do components removal without install_wim_tweak and .net requirement: http://www.datafilehost.com/d/561d8ee3
  5. weird, links redirecting to datafilehost for some reason when clicked, but works if copied manually...
  6. already admin and uac disabled. maybe some disabled service or tweak is causing problem. I cant seem to find reason (my tweaks: www.solidfiles.com/d/146b8ff9ae also how to do what install_wim_tweak does without .net requirement? will this work? (link: www.solidfiles.com/d/7d75656dd7
  7. Does install_wim_tweak uses dism and pkgmgr for component removal? it always fails for me. What services dism requires to be running in order to remove components?
  8. for me its simple: just install os, disable everything possible that i rarely or never use and until next os reinstallation (usually after 2 years) no any os changes like installing updates or upgrades.
  9. i have legacy boot but wanted to play with uefi little. i already deleted msr and recovery partitions and windows still boots, so it looks that only efi partition is required.
  10. i havent tried what happens when changing only that key, but with all other tweaks i use and local account i dont get any error message on logon (Windows 10 enterprise Current Branch)
  11. deleting efi partition is not problem, but i thought that on gpt is also possible like with system reserved partition removal on mbr to move boot files to windows drive and make it read boot files from windows partition, which is not case.
  12. I just dont want to have extra partitions on hard disk, no matter how small they are. I already know about gdisk, but dont exactly know how to use it to remove efi partition.
  13. How to move boot files from EFI System partition to C: drive so that i can delete EFI partition? or is it not possible?
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