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#46 RE: RE:Problems to get Win10 installed onto an Intel 530 SSD by Nemo 10.01.2016 20:11

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@Fernando:
You're welcome.

@Nepaluz:
That's why I wanted you

  • to generate a GenuineTicket.xml by GatherOSState.exe to be copied after installation to C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\ClipSVC\GenuineTicket\*.xml
  • to create a backup of your Win10 license with Advanced Tokens Manager (ATM)

Which install files do you find on your different ISOs: .\sources\install.ESD or .\sources\install.WIM?
ESDs are much smaller as they are compressed with a higher rate than WIMs, but they have to be converted to WIMs before you can manipulate them with DISM.exe in order to integrate patches, drivers, tweaks.

Regards, Nemo

#47 RE: RE:Problems to get Win10 installed onto an Intel 530 SSD by nepaluz 12.01.2016 18:18

Zitat von Nemo im Beitrag #46
@Nepaluz:
That's why I wanted you
  • to generate a GenuineTicket.xml by GatherOSState.exe to be copied after installation to C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\ClipSVC\GenuineTicket\*.xml
  • to create a backup of your Win10 license with Advanced Tokens Manager (ATM)

Which install files do you find on your different ISOs: .\sources\install.ESD or .\sources\install.WIM?
ESDs are much smaller as they are compressed with a higher rate than WIMs, but they have to be converted to WIMs before you can manipulate them with DISM.exe in order to integrate patches, drivers, tweaks.
1. I get your nod towards the GenuineTicket stuff, however, that's a long winded way to achieve what could be achieved "out of the box" using a similar version ISO.
2. Both ISO's have WIM files, which as you say dism.exe (and NTLite) do not need to convert, but for some reason the plain (multi language?) ISO download is smaller than the single language one.

Generally, it was definitely worth it to get the clean install onto SSD .... cold boot-up is in a flash (4.3 secs and improving) and I've definitely got rid of A LOT of garbage that ships with he Lenovo install. Thus far, I've not had any issues with drivers, though I have to mention that after burning the ISO onto USB I copied the the entire FileRepository directory under DriverStore on the shiped Lenovo drive into the USB. I tried integrating the drivers using NTLite but it kept on crashing whenever I applied the changes for no apparent reason so I gave up on that.

After installing, there were a couple of exclamation marks against some components in device manager and all I did was right click on them, select update driver then choose to browse for the driver then point to the FileRepository folder I'd copied over. Aside from the synaptics stuff, all other drivers installed properly. As for the synaptics, all I had to do was look for a directory under the FileRepository that was named similarly to the name and run the exe's inside sequentially, checking each time whether the mouse was moving as smoothly and fast as before, and as soon as that happened, I stopped (not very scientific, but it worked!). You could download the driver packages from Lenovo (or whoever makes your system), but that is a fair bit of bandwidth with just the graphics drivers coming to nearly half a GB!

#48 RE: [SOLVED] Problems to get Win10 installed onto an Intel 530 SSD by Fernando 07.05.2016 16:59

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@nepaluz:
Thank you very much for your final feedback and congrats for your successful clean Win10 installation.
Since your problem obviously has been solved, I have customized the title of this thread.

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