How can I create a bootable International Organization for Standardization (ISO) image from a temporary Microsoft Windows Preinstallation Environment (WinPE) 2004 installation?

John Savill

March 17, 2005

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A. If you've created a custom WinPE 2004 instance and you want to create a bootable ISO file (which you could then burn to CD-ROM), run the following command from the WinPE folder (e.g., f:temppe2004winpe):

oscdimg.exe -h -lVRMWPE_EN -n f:temppe2004wmi.tmp f:temppe2004wmi.iso

where F:temppe2004wmi.tmp is the temporary WinPE folder from which you want to create an ISO file, F:temppe2004wmi.iso is the name of the ISO file, is the boot sector to use, and -l followed by a name is the volume name.

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