Re: About Win10_PE


Hello, well, it is for abruptly ending the discussions, I didn't have time to inform you of my inconvenience, OK, that's just it. Coming back to both the Win10PE images and the newer images of Win7PE, I will give it a try. Currently we don’t have to go to the specific issues, because the laptop on which I was facing those problems, have been replaced

Thanks, for your quick response

On 27/05/2016 11:30 AM, Carlos wrote:
Hi Sachin,
I remember having a couple of discussions with you about Win7PE.  I vaguely remember one of them being on this list, but it has been a while so I could be wrong.  I don't remember any specifics about the problem you were having, but both the Win10PE images and the newer images of Win7PE should be less prone to issues with NVDA not speaking at startup.  And why the apologies?
----- Original Message -----
From: Sachin
Sent: Friday, May 27, 2016 1:36 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] About Win10_PE

Hi Carlos & Vytautas, I also had a similar experience, although not exactly similar, where I could successfully lode PE but NVDA does not start. I am talking about a system came with Win7 64bit, probably capable of booting in UEFI mode. I was using Win7PE, so I thought that would be the cause. I don’t know, Carlos whether you recall it or not, we had a long conversation about this matter during last May in the blind Tech, which I couldn’t carry on for some reasons. Carlos, my sincere apologies

On 27/05/2016 1:40 AM, Carlos wrote:
Hello Vytautas,

Welcome to the list.

First, a couple of clarifications are necessary.  EFI is the predecessor to
UEFI.  UEFI is a replacement for the traditional BIOS.  So the question is
not whether your BIOS is EFI or UEFI, but whether your machine is configured
to boot in BIOS or UEFI mode.  If your machine included Windows 8 or 10 when
it was purchased, then it is almost certainly running in UEFI mode.  If it
is a machine which was upgraded to Windows 8 or 10 from 7 or earlier, then
it will most likely be running in legacy BIOS mode.  I believe the 64 bit
edition of Windows 7 is capable of booting in UEFI mode, but this is not a
very common configuration.  If you are not sure which is the case, this
describes some methods for determining the boot mode.  If your system is
running in UEFI mode, then you must use Win10PE since Win7PE is only capable
of booting in legacy BIOS mode.  Win10PE is capable of booting in either
UEFI or BIOS modes.  So if you are using Win10PE, this is not an issue, but
in either case it is not necessary to make any changes to your hard drive
partitions.  However, to make sure that a flash drive containing Win10PE is
capable of booting in both UEFI and BIOS modes, you have to follow the
instructions in the ReadMe file where it says,

If you want the USB drive to be capable of booting in both UEFI and BIOS
modes, you will have to enable the dual UEFI+BIOS hidden setting in Rufus
before writing the image.  You can enable this setting by pressing Alt+E.
Note that you will receive no obvious indication that the option has been
enabled after pressing the Alt+E shortcut.  If you don't enable this option,
whether you can boot in UEFI or BIOS mode is determined by the selection in
"Partition scheme and target system type"
combo box.  Selecting the first option,
"MBR partition scheme for BIOS or UEFI"
will make the USB drive bootable on systems configured in BIOS mode.  The
other two options will make the drive bootable only on systems configured in
UEFI mode.  Of course you should select the first option if you enable the
dual UEFI+BIOS hidden setting.

As for the problem you are experiencing, I have not had any other similar
reports at this point so I have no idea what might be the cause.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Vytautas Lėveris" <vytautas.leveris@...>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, May 26, 2016 3:22 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] About Win10_PE

Hello for all!
I'm a new member Vytautas from Lithuania. I have some questions
refering to Carlos, who created Win7 and Win10 preinstallation
environment. Here is my problem:
I use computer of X86 system. First awall, I don't know how to check
if my BIOS is EFI or UEFI. This is important to know, because,
recording to this, I need to do some changes in hard drive partitions,
as I read in the instructions. Second thing is a little bit bigger. I
made a bootable flash drive in which all files are coppied. Then
computer began to load, startup and NVDA starting sounds played,
eloquence enabled, but when I tried to move through the items in
desktop forward and backward, once it crashed and it was necessary to
reload. Then it was worse. NVDA didn't load at all. I retried this on
another machine (also 32 bit) but the results ware unhappy - also it
didn't work. Who can explain what's the matter and what can I do for
resolving these ishues?

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