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  1. I am running a Windows 10 virtual machine inside Hyper-V on Windows server 2012 after a sudden ram loss hyper-V struck to dead end and i was forced to kill it and today when i tried to run it Hyper-V was unable to boot windows 10 os file and a bsod error message was shown What to do PLEASE HELP
  2. Easy and detailed instructions. This is better than those Automated Apps like WinReducer and Win Toolkit which usually are buggy. Here you Right click the batch file and choose to run as Admin and then go have coffee. It's that easy. Attached photo is the folder structure to what we will create. This guide will slipstream all updates and clean up the image and convert the image to and from ESD<--->WIM Prepare and Slipstream Updates In to a Windows 8.1 .wim or .esd Image (Including Update 1) What you need: install.wim image file from the Windows installation media. If it is an install.
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