Windows 10: Using Dism to capture and apply windows 10 images to a partition

Discus and support Using Dism to capture and apply windows 10 images to a partition in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Hi guys, so a few days ago my windows 10 crashed so I had to format and reinstall windows 7 then upgrade to windows 10, a hard work to do. So I started... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by lievore, Mar 5, 2016.

  1. lievore Win User

    Using Dism to capture and apply windows 10 images to a partition


    Hi guys, so a few days ago my windows 10 crashed so I had to format and reinstall windows 7 then upgrade to windows 10, a hard work to do. So I started to search about how to capture the image of C: where the windows 10 is running and I found Dism. Now I have a lot of questions about it, let me start with the capture of C: as an image.wim.

    1- Does dism Capture-Image works for windows 10?

    I used the following comand to capture a image:
    Code: dism.exe /Capture-Image /ImageFileUsing Dism to capture and apply windows 10 images to a partition :D:\Image_of_Windows_10.wim /CaptureDir:C:\ /Name:Windows_10 /compress fast[/quote] It generated a .WIM file with 16 Gb.

    2- Is FAST option better than MAXIMUM? Or should I use NONE instead?

    3- Now with the image of the c: stored in hard drive, if my windows 10 crashes, is this how I should recover it? applying the image file .WIM or should I format the partition first?

    Code: dism /Apply-Image /ImageFileUsing Dism to capture and apply windows 10 images to a partition :D:\Image_of_Windows_10.wim /Index:1 /ApplyDir:C:\[/quote] 4- After using DISM to apply will windows 10 boot and work like a charm?

    5- Do I have to configure the boot with BCDBOOT?

    Code: C:\Windows\System32\bcdboot C:\Windows[/quote] That's all folks, please someone could be kind and answer me?

    :)
     
    lievore, Mar 5, 2016
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  2. Trybird Win User

    Do I have to reinstall Windows 10 after changing SSD?

    Enter into Windows Recovery Environment, then in there use
    dism /Capture-Image command to capture the images of your old hard disk's partitions, then apply these images files (.wim) to your new hard disk's partitions, namely use
    dism /Apply-Image command to apply the images to your new hard disk's partitions.

    Give an applied example as follows, pls see my reply in there:

    Move Windows 10 from a HDD to an SSD

    In detail, also please refer to:

    Don't worry about being DISMissed, hurry up to use DISM backing up your partitions.

    Add:

    Many times I already had used this way (dism /Capture-Image & dism /Apply-Image) to replace the hard disk(s), also had just replaced the hard disk on yesterday, after replaced hard disk and then entered the system (my system is Windows 10 Home OEM edition
    1511), right-click on Start button and then click on System, the result displayed:
    Windows system is already automatically activated.
     
    Trybird, Mar 5, 2016
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  3. Trybird Win User
    Transferring Windows 10 from a HDD to a SSD in the same computer

    Enter into Windows Recovery Environment, then in there use
    dism /Capture-Image command to capture the images of your old hard disk's partitions, then apply these images files (.wim) to your new hard disk's partitions, namely use
    dism /Apply-Image command to apply the images to your new hard disk's partitions.

    Give an applied example as follows, pls see my reply in there:

    Move Windows 10 from a HDD to an SSD

    In detail, also please refer to:

    Don't worry about being DISMissed, hurry up to use DISM backing
    up your partitions.


    Add:

    Many times I already had used this way (dism /Capture-Image & dism /Apply-Image) to replace the hard disk(s), also had just replaced the hard disk on yesterday, after replaced hard disk and then entered the system (my system is Windows 10 Home OEM edition
    1511), right-click on Start button and then click on System, the result displayed:
    Windows system is already automatically activated.
     
    Trybird, Mar 5, 2016
    #3
  4. NavyLCDR New Member

    Using Dism to capture and apply windows 10 images to a partition

    Here's the main question...
    3- Now with the image of the c: stored in hard drive, if my windows 10 crashes, is this how I should recover it? applying the image file .WIM or should I format the partition first?

    If your Windows 10 crashes, how do you plan on running the DISM command to restore it?

    A much easier solution highly recommended by myself and a lot of others on this forum is to use Macrium Refelct Free to create a backup image and a rescue USB/DVD.
    Macrium Reflect Free
     
    NavyLCDR, Mar 5, 2016
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  5. lievore Win User
    To capture the image I had to use a bootable cd, so to apply it I would use the same cd, an instalation mídia of the Windows.

    And I'll put the .wim image at the partition RECOVERY, the one the came with the Dell notebook. So I could use it in the future and I will burn it too
     
    lievore, Apr 4, 2018
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