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    ISO of ASUS

    Hello,

    I wanna test something on my laptop, so I'll nee the VM image of my T100TA.
    Does anyone made the image or have the iso of the asus t100ta??
    ASUS T100HA-C4-GR CPU: Atom Z8500 1.44GHz -BIOS: -Graphic: Intel HD Graphic Windows 10 Home
    ASUS T100TA-C1-GR(S) CPU: Atom Z3775 1.46GHz -BIOS: 313 -Graphic: Intel HD Graphic Windows 10 Pro
    Games tested playable: GTA San Andreas, GTA IV, FIFA 14, FIFA 15 UT, PES 15, SIM CITY 5, SIM 4
    ASUS ZenFone2 CPU: Atom Z3560 -Android 5.0 -2GB Ram -16GB

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    Quote Originally Posted by leeshor View Post
    You can make a VM of your own from your T100.
    I failied to make one using the VMware VCenter converter. It said "Unable to obtain the hardware information" or "Need administrator permission"
    Tried to turn off encryption but not helping tho.
    ASUS T100HA-C4-GR CPU: Atom Z8500 1.44GHz -BIOS: -Graphic: Intel HD Graphic Windows 10 Home
    ASUS T100TA-C1-GR(S) CPU: Atom Z3775 1.46GHz -BIOS: 313 -Graphic: Intel HD Graphic Windows 10 Pro
    Games tested playable: GTA San Andreas, GTA IV, FIFA 14, FIFA 15 UT, PES 15, SIM CITY 5, SIM 4
    ASUS ZenFone2 CPU: Atom Z3560 -Android 5.0 -2GB Ram -16GB

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    Get Macrium Reflect (Free). Back up the system to an image file then use Macrium to convert the image to a VHD file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leeshor View Post
    Get Macrium Reflect (Free). Back up the system to an image file then use Macrium to convert the image to a VHD file.
    Can VMware uses VDH?
    ASUS T100HA-C4-GR CPU: Atom Z8500 1.44GHz -BIOS: -Graphic: Intel HD Graphic Windows 10 Home
    ASUS T100TA-C1-GR(S) CPU: Atom Z3775 1.46GHz -BIOS: 313 -Graphic: Intel HD Graphic Windows 10 Pro
    Games tested playable: GTA San Andreas, GTA IV, FIFA 14, FIFA 15 UT, PES 15, SIM CITY 5, SIM 4
    ASUS ZenFone2 CPU: Atom Z3560 -Android 5.0 -2GB Ram -16GB

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    Quote Originally Posted by wifislow View Post
    Can VMware uses VDH?
    It's VHD Not directly but I'm pretty sure it can be imported. I've done this several tomes in the past but I used VirtualBox.

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    Be aware certain models came with the bitlocker enabled (my t100tam 64GB did). The initial backup was less than useful as it didn't make a useful backup of the actual OS partition. Through some finagling I did unlock the partition and managed to restore a factory image to it (from the recovery partition). Given the portability of a tablet security is important. More of a hindrance for my use.

    The drive layout has changed substantially with win10. No more recovery partition needed, no more wimboot, etc.. Windows manages all this on its own now.
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    T100TAM 64GB, Bios v205

 

 

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