Updated Gandalf’s Windows 10 x64 PE now includes 32 bit programs

2015/11/04 | By | 26 Replies More

This is is the my second release of a Windows 10 x64 PE. This 64 bit version now provides support for running 32bit programs (WoW64).  The apps listed below are included in this build.

7Zip Archiver and archive manager Defraggler Disk Defragmenter
Winrar Powerful archiver and archive manager Acronis True Image Backup and disk imaging solution
MS Paint and Worpad Microsoft’s basic image and text editors Macrium Reflect Backup and disk imaging solution
CCleaner System optimization, privacy and cleaning tool Media player classic Classic Windows media player
HWiNFO Hardware information and diagnostic tool Snipping Tool Screen capture application.
Trend Micro HouseCall Online virus scanner Eset Antivirus Online virus scanner
Double Drive  Driver backup application Ultra Surf Secure Web Browsing
Winmerge File comparison tool Opera Web Browser  Fast, simple and safe way to get around on the web.
Pale Moon Browser Alternate web browser. Ntpwedit Change or remove passwords for local system accounts
Virtual Keyboard Virtual Magnifying Glass
DiskCryptor Disk encryption application similar to Bitlocker Bitlocker Microsoft’s disk encryption application
Sysinternal Suite 10 useful apps VLC Media Player
IrfanView Image Viewer FastStone Image Viewer
Mozilla FireFox Another great browser Easy BCD Boot management tool
Snipping Tool Take snapshots Drive Snapshot Disk imaging solution
MyLan Viewer Network/IP Scanner Rufus Utility to format and create bootable USB flash drives
Wise Data Recovery Recovery program to get back deleted photos, documents, videos, emails etc WinToolkit Customize Your Windows Installation
Gimagex  Gaphical user interface for the ImageX tool Treesize Quickly Scan Directory Sizes and Find Space Hogs
Google Chrome & Ad Blocker  Popular and fast web browser includes ad blocker plus Plus others

 

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Desktop

 

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Portable menu

 

portable menu

Start Menu

 

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Download Button5                                                            Download

It’s a very large download almost 2gb  so be patient it can take 20-40 minutes (depending on your internet speed) to download.  After downloading burn the bootable ISO file to  USB using rufus or similar program to create your bootable USB. A BIG THANKS to everyone over at theOven.org

Some shortcuts in the Start menu will not work since I removed these licensed versions of the app for my personal use.

Checksums for Gandalf’s_Win10PE_x64_ver.11-02-2015.ISO

MD5: 18E985962B25CB6641A54C16A266B7D9
SHA-1: 73AF9C1DD6DE5F7E078AFCBF133E514227A4C81A
SHA-256: 5B82C833E2629D4F7CD8B7CAD038A66E8098F4A29633D27E71926AA0A01403CF
SHA-512 : 96DF5D31D8C12EEC1F14E703BA131DB220AAF4AD52E7F89B41B5491615DB457E7E28E
33C0A540CFF0A378EE9D0264D86594830EABF25AAEF0955C0ADBEE672A7

 

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  1. Fresh says:

    Very very VERY nice…
    Download complete :D

  2. StopSpazzing says:

    Google Chrome & Ad Blocker Popular and fast web browser includes ad blocker plus

    Please remove adblock plus and use ublock instead in next release, as abp is a memory and cpu hog.

  3. Gary says:

    Great ISO’s. Thanks for providing them. I used YUMI to make a multi-boot 32GB Flash Stick to hold your various ISOs as well as a few OS’s and some other bootable stuff.

    Your stuff produces the file on the desktop that has errors in it. I didn’t save it but I think the first line mentioned something about a missing CD drive. The net result is that I can’t run any of the extra programs. Nothing happens when I click on them.

    Unless I am using YUMI incorrectly do you know of a similar program that works for your extra apps?

    • gandalf50 says:

      Have never used Yumi, sorry can’t help.

      • Paul says:

        Gandalf50, I can’t see where is True Image by Acronis in “Updated Gandalf’s Windows 10 x64 PE now includes 32 bit programs” release.

        Please tell me where it is.

        Thanks

    • Neko says:

      afaik Yumi doesn’t support UEFI bootables very well, and you’re just asking for trouble mixing legacy and uefi on one stick, either partition the usb for diffrent boot or get a dedicated gandalf stick.

    • Evgeniy says:

      When u boot directly from iso (dual boot),
      the programs are not working.
      the iso should be extracted to usb.
      But i am also dont know how to make dual boot from exctracted both versions of x64 and x86.

  4. mykou says:

    Hi Gandalf and gratz

    nice work but I’d like to add teamviewer and replace acronis true image with active disk image since I ‘m currently use it to clone my comps .

    Is there a simple way to do that using your win 10 PE here ?

    regards

  5. thomas says:

    es de .. lo mejor gracias

  6. vrv says:

    Good job Gandalf! I like this PE very much, just one question, why some menu entries are not working? Can I make them work somehow?
    https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21ADB1lePbg9NZnsw&cid=D8402B7EAD309C33&group=0&id=D8402B7EAD309C33%21523&parId=D8402B7EAD309C33%21522&o=OneUp

    • gandalf50 says:

      I removed those for licensing issues.
      The last line of the post mentions it.
      Some shortcuts in the Start menu will not work since I removed these licensed versions of the app for my personal use.

      • vrv says:

        okay, that’s what I thought, I have licensed ghost, and I was thinking of adding that back. what would be the best way do do it, extract the iso, add apps and save back to iso?

        • gandalf50 says:

          In the portable apps folder create a folder called ghost32 then put the three executalbe ghost32.exe ghostexp.exe and ghostsrv.exe in it. re-save iso. The links should work

          • vrv says:

            Thanks all good now, I’ve managed to add some more apps there. But struggling with SeaTools for Windows. It requires .NET 4. Is this included in this build? I haven’t tested yet with x86 version yet though.

  7. james says:

    Hi there how do you add Active@Boot Disk, acrois true image 2016 and disk director 12 to winpe1064 i want it in programs in winpe i help people repair computers

  8. Tudola says:

    Hi Gandalf! Great Tool!

    One question: Is there anyway to include the Storage Spaces feature on it?

    Thanks!

  9. MangeMayur says:

    Gandalf, I can boot my laptops easily with this, I have even added driver for WiFi adapters, the issue is WiFi adapter is now enable, but I can’t select any network….clicking on taskbar icon does nothing

  10. ichabod says:

    ask pat for the fix,
    the patch this person did, fixed mine,
    getting N6200 intel PROSET centrino wifi up. and working.
    before that only Ethernet worked.
    how we found this was to run the newest version of winPE10 from MS.
    it worked.
    then added PENM, (final release)
    it works.
    pat has the patch.

    I tried all PENMs of makers site, none worked.
    its more basic errors underpinning wifi.
    not driver
    not PENMs.
    in fact you cant do a MS, wire connect, (manually) or do the make a new connection, that part is dead in the CP.

    (my guess is its a bug in the WINPE10 early release. )
    if you update your core base release of PE10 , i bet all this is cured.

    good luck and happy holidays ! im heading south of equator, surfs up.

  11. ichabod says:

    FYI; when postine, problems.
    tell make and model and year of Laptop. (or what eva)
    if using UEFI , the in the bios (UEFI) turn off secure boot, or you will never boot from non MAIN bootable media (this was a design goal ,that intel invented to stop , virus infections)
    so turn that off
    then if UEFI, build your flash USB boot stick using RUFUS.
    on the top box in RUFUS, make sure its shows dual, BIOS and UEFI there.
    then build the stick.

    on my LT, UEFI is disabled, by me.
    i can boot from any USB port (have 5), sata DVD bay , sata main SSD bay, SD slot, either net, and others… See bios for order and whats on or off, check that first. then boot.
    YMMV, your media may vary… LOL

  12. Chris says:

    I’m having trouble getting this to start. I used Rufus to install the iso on a stick drive then restart the computer change the boot list to the usb stick. Then it shows the Windows symbol like it’s booting and the light on the usb drive is flashing, but that’s all it will do. Please help!

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