Gandalf’s Windows 10PE x86 Redstone 3 build 16299 version 03-05-2018

2018/03/05 | By | 56 Replies More

Replaced with the latest build Gandalf’sWin10PEx86Redstone3-07-16-2018

This is an updated release of my x86 Redstone 3 PE.  This is Gandalf’s Win10PE x86 Redstone 3 build 16299 version 03-05-2018.  Beginning with the Redstone 3 build, l will be updating it on a monthly basis.

New and Updated in this release

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit
ESET Online Scanner Avira PC Cleaner
Google Chrome version  64.0.3282.186 Firefox version 58.0.2
Opera version 51.0 Teamviewer 13.0.6447
Filezilla 3.31.0 Treesize

A BIG THANKS to ChrisR and everyone over at theOven.org without whom this build would not be possible. If you’re interested in making your own build be sure to check them out.

Only available on google drive presently.

 

Winrar Powerful archiver and archive manager Acronis True Image 2017 x86 Backup and disk imaging solution
MS Paint and Wordpad Microsoft’s basic image and text editors Macrium Reflect 6.1.1311 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.
Any Desk Remote Desktop application Teamviewer Remote control solution
Double Drive Driver backup application HDClone 6.0.5 Copy a complete hard disk onto another, larger hard disk
Winmerge File comparison tool CrystalCPUID Get detailed System information
Duplicate File Detective Pro Find duplicate files Ntpwedit Change or remove passwords for local system accounts
AOMEI Partition Assistant Partitioning solution. Partition Wizard  Partitioning solution.
Virtual Keyboard Virtual Magnifying Glass
DiskCryptor Disk encryption application similar to Bitlocker Bitlocker Microsoft’s disk encryption application
Powershell Powerful automation tool is both a shell and a scripting language Ultraiso Directly edit ISO files, make images from CD/DVD-ROM
Unlocker Unlocker helps delete locked files with error messages Gimagex A graphical user interface for the ImageX tool
SuperAntiSpyWare  Free Malware Remover Magic Jelly Bean Key Finder A freeware utility that retrieves your Product Keys
HiJackThis Spot home page hijackers and startup programs Ghost The classic imaging tool
NVDA allows blind and vision impaired people to access and interact with Windows VNC Viewer Remote Control Software
Sysinternal Suite Troubleshooting Utilities VLC Media Player Open-source cross-platform multimedia player
IrfanView Image Viewer FastStone Image Viewer  User-friendly image browser, converter and editor.
Mozilla FireFox Another great browser Easy BCD Boot management tool and bcd editor.
Snipping Tool Take snapshots Drive Snapshot Disk imaging solution
AOMEI Backuper Imaging and backup application. Rufus Utility to format and create bootable USB flash drives
Wise Data Recovery Recovery program to get back deleted photos, documents, etc. WinToolkit Customize Your Windows Installation
ImgBurn  CD burning tool. Treesize Quickly Scan Directory Sizes and Find Space Hogs
Defraggler Disk Defragmenter RecoverKeys Retrieves your Product Keys
Remote Desktop Latest version of Windows remote desktop. DismGui 4 Dism with a graphical interface
DtSearch Desktop Engine  instant searching of desktop-accessible files Advanced Renamer 3.72  Batch rename files and folders

   Start Menu

 

Build Notes

  • Windows Remote Desktop refuses to connect but using Terminals RDP works.
  • Shutdown and Restart commands on the Start 10 menu do not work. Use the Reboot and Shutdown commands on the the start menu
  • Comes with many more built-in Wi-Fi and lan drivers

 

It’s a very large download almost 4gb so be patient it can take 30-60 minutes (depending on your internet speed) to download.  After downloading, burn the bootable ISO file to  a USBe of 8gb or larger, using rufus or a similar program to create your bootable USB.  Do not burn to DVD, since many apps need to write data to the application folder.

 

Checksum for Gandalf’sWin10PEx86Redstone3_03-05-2018.iso

MD5 Checksum: FF80785804B46E19ECB368C9A74705BA

Category: Windows 10 PE, Windows PE's

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  1. alex says:

    Thank you for your work!
    alex

  2. SteveSi says:

    Hi, which apps require write access to the application folder? I want to check if they work when booting from Easy2Boot as an ISO from a USB drive…
    thanks,
    Steve

    • gandalf50 says:

      off the top of my head, I’m pretty sure all the browsers do, but there are many others that will fail if they cant write to the Y: drive

  3. Allan Freitas says:

    Are you planning to do x64 version?
    Or plans for upgraded version of Windows 7 x32 and x64?

    • gandalf50 says:

      yes
      no plans on updates for windows 7

      • Gene says:

        The W7 x64 (for those of us who much prefer W7) is one that I and others have requested before. But I can appreciate that time and resources for such a thing may be limited. It would be great to see a **fully updated** W7 x64 edition release come out before MS retires W7 in 2020. A summary W7 PE, “for the record”, so to speak. Is there anything (practical) that we could do to encourage this ?

  4. corneliu apostol says:

    thank you (on google drive, 5 minutes, excellent speed)

  5. Deobfuscator says:

    Hi Gandalf, thanks for this new build. Seems to run great, except for Crystaldiskinfo which throws an error.

  6. sly says:

    this IS a 64 bit version.al least on vm works with 64 bit win.with 86 bit it crash

  7. Vitor Melo says:

    Thank you very mutch, this image is the best!

  8. Hajo says:

    Thanks!
    i don’t know if it’s possible but Microsoft DaRT would be really nice to have in future releases.

  9. Laur Florin says:

    Your rescue DVD is the only one that has the latest windows kernel and lots of cool utilities bundled in and. Thank you.

  10. Vincent says:

    Hi, This Work is great, Can you bring me a link to the MS to download the Software?
    Thanks a lot, friend!!

  11. John says:

    Once again Good work G! :)

  12. Dave says:

    Thanks ! Love these versions they get better with every version !

    Any time frame for a x64 with AHCI ?

    No rush and thanks !

  13. Amit says:

    In application added you mentioned partition wizard as alternate browser instead of partition tool.

  14. Richard Cook says:

    Great Job!
    Thank you for your work!

  15. Steven Best says:

    I’m also an IT Professional and having this available in W7 x64 is very handy, and sometimes prefered method, depending on the task at hand. Thanks a lot for your hard work and efforts, with or without the W7 x64 Update!

  16. rs168 says:

    is it okay to delete some of apps in windows explorer? i would like this PE fir in 4GB usb flashdrive

  17. arie says:

    Thank you for your excellent work
    please add my email to the share.
    thanks

  18. NLacerda says:

    Uma verdadeira obra de arte! Parabéns pelo trabalho…
    Está tudo perfeito a meu ver, ferramenta extremamente poderosa.

    Mas eu tive um pequeno probleminha na utilização, tentei colocar em multiboot em um pendrive com outras ferramentas que utilizo. Mas ao fazer isso os aplicativos em Gandalf’s Windows 10PE não funcionam (creio que esteja acontecendo o mesmo de quando a iso é queimada num DVD), a unidade “Y” não é montada e por isso não encontra os aplicativos.

    Seria possível você me ajudar a solucionar? Até mesmo me falando como montar manualmente a unicade “Y” já ajudaria.

    Mais uma vez, parabéns pelo excelente trabalho! Como disse antes, tudo perfeito, ferramenta show. Mas me ajudaria mais ainda se eu pudesse colocar ela em multiboot.

    Obrigado!

  19. Stu says:

    Many thanks. Great resource.
    Cheers
    Stu

  20. Justin says:

    Thx for the great work, every tool in it that you need at least once.
    And thx for sharing this work to everyone.

  21. Mr. TY says:

    Thanks for your hard work & x86 version. Will you release x64 version?

  22. DAMU says:

    session system not working

  23. Dave says:

    Truly Saviour tool. Many thanks. Donated what I could.
    That desktop color hurts my eyes though :) :)
    Dave.

  24. Steve says:

    Great job G…thanks a lot for this build. Looking forward to the x64! Keep up the wonderful work.

  25. ibach says:

    Many thanks, again!
    If you need any help in your work, feel free to ask.
    Will try to find time for you.

  26. Yosh M says:

    Thanks very much for creating & maintaining this. I’ve been using Redstone 2 for quite a while & appreciate the value of this tool. I’ve run into a couple snapgs with this latest release, though.

    First, I have not been able to create a bootable USB using Rufus. I’ve tried the advice given elsewhere (i.e., to leave the values at their default) and I’ve also tried changing them to what seemed “logical”. The end result is the same: when I boot my Dell Precision computer and press F12 to be the boot options, with the old Redstone2 that I created a year or so ago, I get an option for UEFI: Sandisk Cruzer…, while with the new ones I’ve created using the new Redstone3, I do not see that option and cannot boot from it.

    I’ve tried Rufus 2.11 and 2.18. I’ve tried starting by specifying the ISO file & letting Rufus choose the values and I’ve tried setting them to other values that seemed more promising – but still didn’t work.

    I’ve also tried searching on this site and google-at-large to see if someone how documented the right values – to no avail.

    I’m sure it is some obvious setting I’m getting wrong – I’ll appreciate any quick guidance just listing the right values for each field:
    – Partition Scheme
    – File system
    – Cluster size
    – Format Options

    If it is already documented somewhere I apologize for my ineptness in not finding it – please just point me to the right place.

    Thanks in advance,
    Yosh

    • SteveSi says:

      The x86 version will only UEFI-boot on a system which has 32-bit UEFI firmware. Most systems have 64-bit UEFI firmware.

      • Yosh M says:

        Aha, I see. So how does one create a bootable x86 one and boot from it?

        Or must I wait for the 64-bit version next week?

        Thanks,
        Yosh

  27. Dennis says:

    Gandalf your x86 Redstone 3 build is a great alternative for PC users looking to change up their operating system a bit with some features. You can get the x86 Redstone 3 build from Google Drive, a great cloud sharing platform. Cloud security is key in ensuring that information and data shared on cloud platforms such as Google Drive are kept safe for people to use. I really like the design of the Redstone 3 and the backup disc and image storing.

  28. Macrium User says:

    Reflect won’t mount images in your newest version. Worked ok in previous version.

    • gandalf50 says:

      will check . thx

      • Macrium User says:

        Thank you!! :)

        • gandalf50 says:

          found the problem. was missing the driver. Will fix it for the x86 version in the monthly update in april. For the upcoming x64 release it should work.

          • Macrium User says:

            Confirmed working in x64 release thanks!! Only thing missing is the file association (RS2 or TH2 had it). And if possible, a context menu option to un-mount?

  29. gdc88 says:

    Thank you!

    HDclone asks for activation – pressing single activation works only 3 usage times.

    is there any solution?

    thank you!

  30. Juanito Babuchas says:

    Hello my friend
    Can you help me with the download link for the x86 2018 version
    Thanks

  31. Didier Agudelo says:

    desde Colombia, Sur América
    muchas gracias por su trabajo.
    descargando. . .

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