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Motobot|Post time:8-6-2017 09:33:34 View:8686|Reply:58

Motobot| Post time 7-6-2017 14:25:30 | Show all posts
Yes, this is a UNICAM_Device camera.

Unicam GC2355.rar

206.05 KB, Downloads: 98

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Motobot| Post time 7-6-2017 14:34:34 | Show all posts
By the way I recommend to install HashTab. You can check Hash (checksum) of files in properties.

HASHTAB.zip

1.08 MB, Downloads: 23

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ems4ty| Post time 7-6-2017 14:49:58 | Show all posts
Motobot replied at 7-6-2017 14:34
By the way I recommend to install HashTab. You can check Hash (checksum) of files in properties.

Yep, I have Hashtab and also use HashCheck Shell Extension as well...  I've already started wiping and reinstalling the Windows 1703 package again via the process posted on this thread.
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ems4ty| Post time 7-7-2017 05:50:56 | Show all posts
Motobot,

Status Update...

I reinstalled Windows 10 1703 again as per Post #1
Upon startup, network discovery of LAN Computers on the same network doesn't work.  
1st set of Windows Updates has a fix to correct that problem - Resolved
Driver for the on board camera fails to install during Windows Installation and initial setup
Download and Unzip driver provided in Post #42 above and installed via Device Manager - Resolved

Everything is back up and running at this time now, including display dimming that previously disappeared.

Thank you for the help
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Motobot| Post time 7-7-2017 11:08:42 | Show all posts
Hello ems4ty,
You are welcome and thank you for the info.
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tekknogenius| Post time 8-3-2017 10:08:27 | Show all posts
@ Motobot

Any chance of getting this with the latest patches?  Or perhaps some pointers of how I might be able to merge the two. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 15063.502

Thanks for all the work you've done. Much appreciated.
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Motobot| Post time 8-3-2017 10:27:00 | Show all posts
tekknogenius replied at 8-3-2017 21:08
@ Motobot

Any chance of getting this with the latest patches?  Or perhaps some pointers of how I mi ...

Sorry guys, but I can not waste my time recompiling the file after every new patch. Do it yourself, if that's what you need.
July 31, 2017—KB4032188 (OS Build 15063.502) About Download
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tekknogenius| Post time 8-4-2017 10:32:45 | Show all posts
Edited by tekknogenius at 8-4-2017 10:43
Motobot replied at 8-3-2017 10:27
Sorry guys, but I can not waste my time recompiling the file after every new patch. Do it yourself ...

That's why I was asking for some pointers to being able to recompile. Can I just unzip and overwrite? Any tips/guidance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
I found an article about slipstreaming in Windows 10 How to Slipstream Windows 10 so I'm guessing that's what I can try. Thanks again.
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Motobot| Post time 8-4-2017 14:37:30 | Show all posts
Edited by Motobot at 8-6-2017 06:29
tekknogenius replied at 8-4-2017 21:32
That's why I was asking for some pointers to being able to recompile. Can I just unzip and overwrit ...

Of course, you can recompile the install file for yourself. It's easy to do.
1. First unZIP the downloaded Chuwi_Hi12_Win10_15063_ (for_DualOS _ & _ SingleOS) _en-US.zip file and copy install.wim from Images folder to the root of the disk X of your external PC with Windows 10;
NB. Hereinafter, X is a letter of your local drive. Do not forget to replace it with your real drive letter in each DISM command.
2. Create  two temporary folders on drive X and name them as 1, 2;
3. Copy the downloaded file windows10.0-kb4032188-x64_6ad9a3a45bf7c74c8b397b358ce21dd7a45f19b5.msu to the folger 2
X:\2
4. Run the Command Prompt as Admin. You have to mount the image in X:\1 with the following DISM command
  1. Dism /Mount-Wim /index:1 /WimFile:X:\install.wim /MountDir:X:\1
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Do not forget to put your real drive letter instead of X here and further!
Wait for the command to be executed. As operation completed do not close the Command Prompt window;
5. You have to add kb4032188 in mounted image now with the following DISM command
  1. dism /image:X:\1 /add-package /packagepath:X:\2
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Wait for the command to be executed. As operation completed do not close the Command Prompt window;
6. You should save and unmount your image with the following DISM command
  1. Dism /Unmount-Wim /MountDir:X:\1 /Commit
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As operation completed you can close the Command Prompt window.
Congratulations! You got a recompiled install.wim file. Just put it back in the Images folder of installation pack with the replacement of the original file. You can flash Windows 10 build 15063.502 now.
You can read my other tutorial in the thread.
Good Luck!


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tekknogenius| Post time 8-6-2017 09:33:34 | Show all posts
Motobot replied at 8-4-2017 14:37
Of course, you can recompile the install file for yourself. It's easy to do.
1. First unZIP the dow ...

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