- Used EasyBoot to create a menu to support loading either 32-Bit of 64-Bit WinPE iso.
- Boot into WinPE 32-Bit
- Use Diskpart to format and prepare the drive
- select disk 0
- create partition primary
- select partition 1
- format quick fs=ntfs label="Windows"
- assign letter=C
- Use ImageX to apply the .WIM
- Then use "C:\Windows\System32\bcdboot C:\Windows" to create the boot file.
All of the above process seems to work fine, except for when I load the image on to a different PC and reboot. When the computer reboots, Windows Boot Manager shows up and asks me to choose an OS. Both choices are Windows 7, and both choices work.
I know I can boot into Windows and run BCDEDIT in CMD and fix the issue. Or I could use EasyBCD and fix the issue. BUT
I would like to fix this issue in the WinPE imaging process before the computer reboots. I would also like for this process to be automated and not have to specify the identifier I would like to delete.
I am trying to make this a seamless process where my helpdesk has to do very little leg work. PLEASE HELP!!!!