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JFX

WinNTSetup v3.9.4

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@JFX

I assume it is a command tool, would you please explain me how to use it.

Thanks in advance

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Well first make sure the installation has the wof driver installed.
Best if you have installed that system with any of WinNTSetups compact option.

Than start the compression:

WofCompress -c:LZX -path:C:\

It will automatically use the exclusion list in WimBootReCompress.ini that WinNTSetup has placed in Windows\System32 folder.

 

You can also use it to just compress any folder, if you want:

WofCompress -c:LZX -a -path:D:\Programs

 

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@JFX

I keep forgetting what some of the WinNTSetup ini values do or mean. I assume they are related to the command line switches. Are these explained anywhere or could you briefly explain the different values below?

	[WinNT6\READY]
OEM=\sources\$OEM$                                                                                                                                                                          BCD= (0, 1, 2, ?, ?)
BootSect=(0, 1, 2, ?, ?)
Win7USBBoot=(0. 1, ?, ?)
AddOtherOS=(0 ,1, ?, ?)
	

Also where is the wimlib.ini supposed to be put if you enable using wimlib as stated in the ReadME. for wimlib - in  \Tools with the other ini files?

[Options]
UseWimLIB=1

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Can I install XP from Windows 10 PE using an XP ISO as the source within the 'XP' tab form?

The only way I can do it is to first go to the Win10 tab and select the XP ISO so it is mounted as a virtual drive and then go to the XP tab and select the virtual XP CD.

I have found that winnt32.exe does not work under Win10 PE - it complains about a 'Basic disk'

http://reboot.pro/topic/22004-problem-installing-xp-using-win10pe-and-win10-diskpart/

So using WinNTSetup to install XP from an ISO is useful when booting to WinPE10...

 

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@click-click

These are just the GUI options on the Ready? GUI.
The last 3 should be 0 or 1.

You just add all options in the WinNTSetup.ini there is no wimlib.ini.


@SteveSi

On XP Tab you need to right click on the source button to select an ISO.

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