Some people say that how can I Create Own Window Based Operating System, this post helps you how to Create Own Window Based Operating System without coding, but you don’t leave any step in this article. You also need to know file manipulation of system files, this will not be as easy though. If you concentrate on all the steps, you will get there with your own window-based operating system.
Create Own Window Based Operating System
Make sure you have all the requirements are ready, You will this need them. In below, the all requirements are listed in there.
Decide what you use CPU processer. For Example: x86 (32-bit), x64 (64-bit). Make sure your computer that will match CPU type. Remember that what your processor architecture and write down
Decide what you have to use store the data (CD, DVD, USB, HDD). Remember: If you have to choose a DVD or CD, your image must be file size smaller than 1G. We will talk later about this file image.
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Install it and go to your control panel and turn off your User Account Control(UAC). This allows that to do anything to the system files stored in the image file we are going to change.
Search and open deployment tools command prompt in the start menu
Set up your image file, image size or file is 120MB. If you install it on a CD as a live file system and then you are not able to save anything. You can type this command Deployment Tools Command Prompt: copype_Your_Chosen_Processor_Architecture_ C:\PathWhereYouWantToStoreTheImageFile. Example: copype x64 X:\Data\MyWindowsOS
You have created our images and now you can need to mount it and that you can change contents. Type this:
imagex /mountrw PathOfImage 1 PathOfImageFolder/mount. Example: imagex /mountrw X:\MWOS\winpe.wim 1 X:\MWOS\mount.
If you want to add anything, the mount point is your specified mount point. when you have done with modifying these contents, type imagex /unmount MountPointPath /commit. Example: imagex /unmount X:\MWOS\mount /commit
Type move PathOfImageFile PathOfImageFolder/ISO/sources/boot.wim
In the second last step, when you have done, type the following command to create a CD image.
Type: oscdimg -n bPathOfImageFolder\etfsboot.com PathOfImageFolder\ISO PathIfImageFolder\winpe_x86.iso
Our Final Step is test your image in virtualbox, vware
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