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Last post Author Topic: Custom WinPE build  (Read 1495 times)

4wd

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Re: Custom WinPE build
« Reply #25 on: August 08, 2018, 10:18 PM »
I guess that could have been taken multiple ways.  I meant I can't find the installer for x86/x64 devices.  The installers for other processors are on that page.

These seem to be the instructions: Flashing with eMMC (for Up Squared, other Intel devices)

Geared towards eMMC flashing but it has links to the image and how to create a USB version, should be able to use the info to get somewhere.
« Last Edit: August 08, 2018, 10:24 PM by 4wd »

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Re: Custom WinPE build
« Reply #26 on: August 08, 2018, 10:37 PM »
I guess that could have been taken multiple ways.  I meant I can't find the installer for x86/x64 devices.  The installers for other processors are on that page.

Mea culpa. Admittedly I didn't click the link, and I only skimmed your quote and didn't catch that it said it was for x86/64 devices. I wasn't aware that any x86/x64 IoT devices existed. I took it for granted that they were all built on ARM architecture. :-[

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Re: Custom WinPE build
« Reply #27 on: August 08, 2018, 10:52 PM »
I guess that could have been taken multiple ways.  I meant I can't find the installer for x86/x64 devices.  The installers for other processors are on that page.

Mea culpa. Admittedly I didn't click the link, and I only skimmed your quote and didn't catch that it said it was for x86/64 devices. I wasn't aware that any x86/x64 IoT devices existed. I took it for granted that they were all built on ARM architecture. :-[

Even though that quote says there's one for x86/x64, I think that what you've said above is closer to truth after looking a bit more.