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--- Bob.Omb's Modified Win10PEx64 Release - v1.5 ---
First! This would not be possible without all the time and
dedication of the entire team over @ TheOven.org
------------This Project is based on Win10PESE-----------
Special thanks to ChrisR, JFX, Lancelot, and Galapo..
Also thank you to Holger for the networking update!
And much respect to other releases as they are my
motivation: Sergei Strelec, Gandalf
4 Easy Steps:
Burn With Rufus
Prepare OSimages Folder
The only usb you will need...
This PE was designed not only to maintain and repair, but also to
install XP/VISTA/7/8/8.1/10, provided that you prepare the drive
you're using by following the ReadMe.txt. (You'll need to download and place the
Windows install ISO's onto your drive, after burning it with Rufus.)
You can use this bootable USB to repair/backup/restore
almost any modern computer, and most old ones too.
(PC's/Mac's/Servers with RAID or ReFS volumes)
Also included are ONLY reliable utilities. No clutter,
this release was built with the intention of giving the
end user all the tools they need, without all the extra
nonsense. Easy to understand and use.
General Overview of Capabilities:
Backup / Restore hard disks and partitions
Convert Disks to VHD
Convert MBR Disks(CSM/Legacy) to GPT(UEFI/Secure Boot)
Test Hard Drives
Telnet / SSH / FTP
File Hash MD5 and CRC checking
EXE and DLL Debugging tools
Automatic System Backup
Certified Disk Destruction and File Shredding
Ransomware File Decrypt
Hardware Diagnostic Software
WiFi Network Scanner
Duplicate File Removal
Recover Lost Data on PC/Mac/Linux Drives
Recover Product Keys for Windows and other Software
Remove malware and viruses
Install any Version of Windows
ReFS Formatting, and Read/Write, for Revision 3.3
Remote connect to other machines -or- this drive from anywhere
Reset Passwords (Including Microsoft Accounts)
Decrypt password protected files and drives
Includes preloaded drivers for most modern Apple computers (Works on Macs!)
And much more!
To connect to a network:
(Wired network will autostart with DHCP - no action
Click the network icon in the system tray (Bottom right of screen)
To connect to some shared network folders you will
need to map a network drive.
1.) Use the button to map a network drive at the top of the explorer window
2.) Make sure you select the checkbox for "Login with different credentials"
For any questions involving Windows XP, please go here. ;)