Windows 10: Capture modified windows 10 image but it's not booting

Discus and support Capture modified windows 10 image but it's not booting in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; All I customized my reference pc to which I was happy to make a WIM file. Took the image via DISM and wanted to install a new pc. I have made 3... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by PinkRhino, Oct 25, 2017.

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    Capture modified windows 10 image but it's not booting


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    I customized my reference pc to which I was happy to make a WIM file. Took the image via DISM and wanted to install a new pc.
    I have made 3 partitions:
    1. BOOT 500MB
    2. Windows 100GB
    3. Datadisk 50GB

    Weird part is that i don't know where to retreive the boot WIM, thus my windows 10 installation is clearly not booting. Please help. Do I need extra partitions, what am I doing wrong, this was always the way I did it with Windows 7

    :)
     
    PinkRhino, Oct 25, 2017
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  2. Windows 10 Capture Image Problem

    Kindly, I'm trying to capture image of windows 10 for my WDS after making sysprep for the machine,

    After booting from the network there is no capture image option to capture this machine windows image.

    Is there any help for this issue?
     
    Hisham-Adel, Oct 25, 2017
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  3. How to capture and install .wim file

    If you boot with Windows 10 install media on USB or DVD, you can get a Command Prompt by using SHIFT-F10. Then use DISM to capture an image of your Windows partition. You should first create a "Scratch" folder for DISM to use. Often C:\Recycler\Scratch is
    used, as \Recycler" is a standardized folder which will never be captured to a Windows image.

    If your Windows volume is still on C: (sometimes drive lettering varies when booted from install media):

    DISM /Capture-Image /ImageFile:Install.wim /CaptureDir:C:\ /Name:"Windows 10" /Compress:max /CheckIntegrity /Verify /ScratchDir:C:\Recycler\Scratch

    Use the applicable drive letter for your Windows partition, if it does not show up as drive C:. You can also add a Path to where you want to save your Install.wim or simply run the DISM command from that folder.

    You can read about the DISM commands used by running DISM /Capture-Image /?
     
    Don Cuthbert, Oct 25, 2017
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