Re: Windows PE ISO file with NVDA installed


Isn't it ctrl "windows inter" to launch pre installation narrator?
At least that was the case with the few computers I clean installed win10 on.
Didn't know if they've change it

On 4/28/20, Bob Jutzi <> wrote:
With the most recent build, you don't need a talking installer for
Windows 10. Assuming your system is configured to do this, boot from
the install DVD and CTRL-shift-enter launches Narrator.

On 4/28/2020 9:19 AM, Kerryn Gunness via wrote:

is this the talking installer for win 10?
if so i want it

----- Original Message -----
*From:* hurrikennyandopo ... <>
*To:* <>
*Sent:* Tuesday, April 28, 2020 1:33 AM
*Subject:* Re: [nvda] Windows PE ISO file with NVDA installed

Hi Sean

I have on this pc 2 copies of Windows 10 PE versions and for
windows 10 one is 32 and 64 bit.

I used to have a windows 7 version might still have it but would
have to look.

I can only drop box one at a time my limit for drop box would be
used up if both were done.

Is this what you are talking about they are the ones with nvda on
it. Never used it but they are about 700 meg or so or maybe bigger.

not sure if it includes the ico image though.

Let us know if you want me to drop box it?

Plus which version.

Gene nz

On 28/04/2020 4:53 pm, Sean wrote:

Hi all,

I want to get the Image of the directory where Windows is installed.
Configuring my computer is difficult for me because I install a
lot of programs and deal with things like regedit.
This takes a long time.
Now I think Capturing Image is more efficient.
People edit and publish Windows.
This is easy for them.

I need a Windows PE ISO with NVDA installed.
I spent a lot of time in, I searched.
Unfortunately, all links are dead and posts are not what I wanted.

I will capture the Image with the "dism" tool.

It does not matter Windows 7 or another version.
It should just be bootable. I will install with Rufus. and I will
run the USB disk


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