100 – MAKE AND BOOT FROM A WIN8PE_SE ISO FILE
Posted on March 31, by Posts on R-hub blog in R bloggers 0 Comments [This article was first published on Posts on R-hub blog , and kindly contributed to R-bloggers ]. You can report issue about the content on this page here Want to share your content on R-bloggers? In this post inspired by reading R-package-devel archive , we shall go through important questions around WinBuilder. What is WinBuilder and why use it? It offers checking on Windows for several R versions.
It is maintained by Uwe Ligges. How to use WinBuilder? Among different ways to submit your package to WinBuilder are Building it from the command line, uploading using ftp, with your favourite tools. Using the online upload page after building the package. How to know when WinBuilder is down? What if you got no result email after more than half an hour? Maybe WinBuilder is down? What to do? Maybe post on R-package-devel? What about dependencies on WinBuilder? Now, say a package has just been updated on CRAN.
You might have to wait up to two days for its being updated on WinBuilder. You might ask Uwe Ligges to update it. Packages you installed yourself are deleted on a regular basis. Regarding spell checks, note that there might be false positives. Can I use WinBuilder for my private package? How to run WinBuilder checks continuously? WinBuilder is meant to be used as part of your CRAN submission preparation, not as a continuous integration system.
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A win8. WinPE 10 projects are now available too. Home Page and Discussion Forum is here. As such, it should make a terrific platform for booting from a USB 3. I am fairly new to WinBuilder and at first, found it fairly difficult to understand.
If this is your first WinBuilder project, then I will spend a little time explaining WinBuilder as well as how to build this project. Extract to a new folder on your hard disk — e. If using an ISO file — a suitable utility to mount the Windows 8 ISO file is required, or use a utility such as 7Zip or similar utility to extract the files from the ISO file to a new folder on your hard disk.
This Tutorial assumes you already have a grub4dos bootable USB drive. You will simply add another menu entry to the already existing menu. It is not necessary to have the Windows WAIK installed — this will be automatically downloaded when the project build is started if you have internet access. Note: Do not create more than one WinBuilder folder.
If you have already downloaded any WinBuilder Project, add the new project to the Projects folder. Find the folder that you downloaded WinBuilder to e.
Click on the Source tab shown circled in the screenshot above and set the Source Directory to the location of your Windows 8 installation files in my case, I:. Now click on the large blue Play arrow at the top of the form to start the build… 4.
Tip: Do NOT specify a name for the. ISO file which contains spaces in the filename — always use underscores instead of spaces! Do not change the filename of the ISO once it is created. Find the folder where you extracted the WinBuilder files to e. Once it seems to work, you can move it to a subfolder. Lastly, edit your grub4dos menu file menu. ISO 0xff.
How To Create Live USB/CD/DVD OF Vista/XP
Windows PE is a lightweight version of Windows You can use Windows PE to install, test, and repair a full installation of Windows The base Windows PE version supports all Windows applications, drivers, networking tools, disk partitioning and management, and much more.
A Windows PE-based recovery disc extends this functionality, adding free and open source tools you can use to recover, restore, and analyze your ailing Windows 10 installation. I'm going to show you the easiest method for creating a Windows PE recovery disc. It uses a pre-defined set of tools that you can sift through and select what you want.
How to Make Your Own Windows PE Rescue Disc (And Keep Your PC Safe)
But you can also add a custom folder of your own programs, too. It features a wide range of core Windows features, plus you can add a huge range of custom apps.
Kyhi stopped releasing recovery discs but created a system where users can create their own. Download the Win10XPE project file archive, then extract the folder. You will come back to this in a moment. Next, use the second link to download a Windows 10 ISO. You can use the dropdown boxes to select the version, edition, and architecture. I am using Windows 10 Final for this tutorial.
Once the ISO downloads, extract the contents to a folder, then continue. The WinBuilder customization environment will open. The first things to do is Select the Windows 10 Source Folder. Browse to the location of the Windows 10 ISO created in the previous section.
Select the folder and let WinBuilder update its source file data. Now, choose the image you want to base your Windows PE recovery disc on. I suggest using Windows 10 Pro as this is the complete version of the operating system, rather than the restrictive Windows 10 Home. Scroll down and check the options you want to include in your Windows 10 PE rescue disc. The options are all apps that Kyhi includes in the custom Windows PE rescue disc. But you can pick and choose which options you want to add to yours.
There is no right or wrong way to choose the apps you want on your disc. If you click on an application, WinBuilder gives you a description of what it does. A high-speed internet connection is recommended. WinBuilder: WinBuilder is the program that actually builds the boot disc. It is normally recommended that the most recent stable version of WinBuilder be used.
However, if you have problems creating a build using a different version, try the version used in the tutorial. As of this writing, the latest stable version is WinBuilderreleased February 19, The procedure in this tutorial was tested using Win7RescuePE v.
As of this writing, due to the loss of the domain name hosting the project and the fact that it hasn't been relocated, this is no longer possible. To aid in creating this project, the required files are available for download as a ZIP file. This file includes the full Win7RescuePE project and is available at the following link on the winbuilder. If you have problems downloading the file, please try again a little later.
Installing Windows AIK requires up to 1. Note: Booting the Win7RescuePE build on a system with less than MB is not recommended or supported, though it may work if the build contains minimal programs. The latest stable version is recommended. Important Note: Since this file comes from another computer, Windows may block it. Whether this happens or not depends on the version of Windows and the security settings.
If the file is blocked, it won't work correctly. To check if the file is blocked, right-click on the downloaded file, select Properties from the pop-up menu, and see if an Unblock button exists on the General tab. If it does, click the Unblock button. An example of a blocked file is shown below: Extract this file to the folder from where you want to run WinBuilder.
It is also recommended that the path to the folder and folder name itself do NOT contain any spaces, as this can cause problems under some circumstances.
See the Important Note in Step 1 for more information. Extract the project ZIP file to a new folder. If WinBuilder does not properly elevate itself, you can do it manually by right-clicking WinBuilder. If WinBuilder is currently running, exit it before proceeding. Start the bartpe. Press OK to complete the setup. When the utility completes, you should get a success message. If this happens, you can safely select the This program installed correctly option.