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#1 homes32

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Posted 3 weeks ago

PhoenixPE is a WinPE Rescue/Recovery Environment based on Win10/Win11. It can be booted via USB, CD/DVD, PXE/Network, or hard disk.

  • PhoenixPE uses the "next-generation" PEBakery engine resulting in faster build times and advanced features compared to legacy Winbuilder projects.
  • Build from Win10/Win11 sources using either boot.wim or WinRE.wim as a base.
  • Designed from the ground up to be developer/contributor friendly and use clean, well documented code.
  • Easy to understand options and uncluttered user interface.
  • Flexible and fully customizable.

Homepage: GitHub

Latest Release: PhoenixPE 2022-12-25


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#2 homes32

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Posted 3 weeks ago

Reserved.



#3 homes32

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Posted 3 weeks ago

It's about time reboot had a boot disk again! :D


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#4 misty

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Posted 2 weeks ago

@homes32
Nice looking project/work. The project contains a nice selection of applications. 
 
I'm currently downloading the recommended Windows 10 2004 (10.0.19041) iso to test. My initial test with Windows 11 22H2 failed to boot to the desktop (en-us_windows_11_consumer_editions_updated_nov_2021_x64_dvd_4222adf1.iso).
 
I will feed back after downloading the recommended iso and testing. 
 
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#5 misty

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Posted 2 weeks ago

@homes32
Tested PhoenixPE using the recommended Windows 10 2004 source files. The build process was smooth. The resulting PE works well and it's nice to see a fully functioning Windows Explorer shell. Great work - thanks. 
 
:cheers:
 
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Posted 2 weeks ago

I've not had a look at the code in the project scripts, but did note that taking ownership of the registry hives is a time consuming process. I experimented a few years ago with mounting > exporting > unmounting and then loading a blank hive and importing to it the registry settings exported in the previous step as a means of bypassing registry restrictions. The process is documented in more detail in the following webpage -
http://mistyprojects.../SetACL.htm#alt

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#7 vigipirate

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Posted 2 weeks ago

Hello Mr. Homes32 can create a script for screening screen image troip large do not see all the window no adjustment by default as in windows must I install pilot graphics card on winxpe there is setmaxresolution Thank you in advance for your work






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