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WinNTSetup v5.3.5.1


JFX

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New 3.5 beta1 is out!

- added WimBoot support

WinNTSetup does support normal WIM files for wimboot, means you don't have to capture them using the WimBoot command.

However, the stronger the compression the lower the performance of course.

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New 3.5 beta1 is out!

- added WimBoot support

WinNTSetup does support normal WIM files for wimboot, means you don't have to capture them using the WimBoot command.

However, the stronger the compression the lower the performance of course.

Please explain a little the way to use it, i ran the v3.5 beta 1 and didn't see the option.

Regards

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You have to run it on a Windows 8.1 Update or WinPE5.1, because of the new WOF driver.

If you select a Windows 8.1 Update Wim file there will be a new check box displayed.

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@bios83

Sure it's possible, just select a mounted VHD as installation drive

@ljycslg

There is no point in forcing imdisk, the native ISO driver of windows 8 is always used.

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@bios83

Sure it's possible, just select a mounted VHD as installation drive

@ljycslg

There is no point in forcing imdisk, the native ISO driver of windows 8 is always used.

on my diy PE5.1

the native ISO drive can not unmount

so i want to use imdisk mount ISO

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@ljycslg

That was a bug, new 3.5 beta2 unmount all iso when it exits.

@bios83

You use a Core version of Windows 8, but only Pro and Server editions support VHD booting.

But your screen shot say you use Pro :huh:

Try right click on VHD button and uncheck the check box that appears.

Can you attach the xml from your wim file. You can get the XML by using imagex.exe

imagex -info install.wim > install.xml

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Thanks, has cleaned tick VHD, all has earned.

install.xml:

Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
Version: 6.3.9600.17029
Details for image : D:\install.esd
Index : 1
Name : Windows 8.1 Pro
Description : Windows 8.1 Pro
Size : 3я939я052я716 bytes
Index : 2
Name : Windows 8.1 Pro
Description : Windows 8.1 Pro
Size : 2я280я172я954 bytes
The operation completed successfully.
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This light gray label is the name and the version of the Software Licensing Description Table in your BIOS.

It shows you that this machine is licensed to run a specific version of windows.

yeah tat is wut i thought so. my country hav quite a number of manufacturer using acer slic on their own branded netbook . always found it weird and wondering on my winntsetup gui. slic check is always useful thanks

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