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Windows 7: Windows 7 embedded 64 repair CD creation. Cannot find path specified.

01 Jul 2014   #11


I see.

Si, this would not have blocked his ability to generate a Repair CD, would it? Any theories as to why?

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01 Jul 2014   #12

Windows 7 64 and 32 Embedded

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
Well the driver needs to be supplied somehow so stick or disk are best. Floppies are outmoded and as useless and inadvisable for Win7 as RAID.
Greg I supplied it using DISM and intergrating it directly into my repair CD so I don't need anything at all. I don't even need a CD, I just host the files on a partition and edit the BCD to allow booting from that partition. It's awesome, I can just select recovery as the machine is starting, nothing else needed at all. The best part is that it uses no third party software at all so I don't have to license anything.

Windows Embedded not being able to create a repair CD? Beats me...My gut says it has something to do with environment variables being different but who knows... It's not a huge deal as I have the repair CD image from windows 7 professional and it works fine, but it is strange and I wasn't able to find much info on it. Windows embedded problems are harder to find examples of.
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01 Jul 2014   #13


You're obviously an advanced user so these operations are easier for you than they would be for the average consumer. Kudos for your resourcefulness.

This is the first time RAID has been mentioned here I can remember when it wasn't a problem. But then again, if it caused the extremely rare need for storage drivers in the Repair CD, maybe so.
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