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    Search for Tomeko's JSONEdit to manage JSON files easily.

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    Thanks. Downloading it and will investigate. Thanks again.
     
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    Hello,

    thanks for nice iso :blush:

    no iso file found -> with version 17

    see capture

    Ps: with ImageUSB no worries !
     

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    Thanks for updates! Keep waiting for a method to increase X: partition from 1GB to say 10GB, since usb sticks are pretty cheap nowadays.
     
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    Sorry...but where I can download the Mini Windows 10 x64 -- Windows 10 WinPE Boot Environment, and PortableApps Suite ??
    Here in this pages I don't see the link...
    Thanks a lot and best regards
     
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    On first post.
     
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    Hi thank you for the work ventoy is going to 1.0.17 are you going to upgrade to this version? And the secure boot too?
     
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    It's almost done, I just have more testing to do and it should be uploaded in a day or two. Secure boot is already supported, but recommended to be disabled.
     
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    can i install it on a external hd (1 tb), and make a partition for the remaining storage capacity? (1 partition for medicat and another for storage)? it will works?

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    hey let me ask u something, I can use multiple partitions and still make medicat works? I mean, I have a external drive but I need use fat32 partition and ntfs (for some reasons), the fat32 partition can be a problem to medicat works properly?
     
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    FAT32 has a limitation where only files 4GB and under can be used, so any large ISOs like a multilingual, multi-version Windows installer could run into issues, for example. I would test your theory out on a spare drive and play around with it if I were you, before committing to anything serious. You don't want to lose any data I'm sure.
     
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    @Jayro how can I make a bootable with 10GB on X: partition and have iTunes 12.9.0.167 preinstalled? Would like that you tell us so I can add also additional software.
     
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    I don't think you're going to get iTunes installed and working properly on a Windows 10 Preinstall Environment... It's a supplemental OS for PC repair, not a replacement OS to use for daily tasks. It's mostly there for moving files, running tooks to fix what's on your C:\ drive, etc.
     
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    I see no reason why not, iTunes doesn't know it's running on WinPE. The only potential issue I could see is with drivers, as back on WinXP anything but networking and mass storage drivers didn't seem to work. But I think that's no longer an issue with modern WInPE? Haven't tested it though.
     
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    Well I'm certainly not going to try and put effort into making iTunes work on WinPE, as I have no need for iTunes in general, or at all. But best of luck to those who want to try.
     
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    I don't expect you to. But I don't expect it would be much of a problem for him to get it working himself either. Might not be as automated as he wants it though. But mounting a RAM drive and copying some files to it is not that hard, albeit temporary.
    I replied to you in your Arduino thread BTW. Don't think you saw it :)
     
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    iTunes portable would work.

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    I bad at english so I explained wrong, let me clarify....
    - I have a External Drive with 1 TB
    - I need make two partitions of it (one fat32, and one NTFS).
    - can i still install medicat on this drive and still make it works good? (it dont need be in the fat32 partition, it can be merged in the NTFS one).
     
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    I did it already several times, and iTunes works perfectly fine, however can't be installed onto X:, but on F:, for example. However it must install something to X: as well, because if I reboot the PE trying to launch iTunes again from F: does not work, I have to reinstall it each time. So if there were a way to to enlarge X: partition and make it persistent...some Linux distributions allow for persistent partitioning. Example:

    Make A Kali Linux Persistent USB
     
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