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    AsusT100TA 32 GB editio

    Quote Originally Posted by vibez View Post
    Finally got it. I had to download the files from EDIT and then alter the disk numbers to suit. Thanks for this!
    How did You altered the disk number to make it works?
    Last edited by janner43; 11-21-2015 at 02:23 AM. Reason: unapproved external link removed per forum guidelines

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    Hi there,
    I wanted to point out a few errors that drove me crazy and couldn't get the scripts to work. In the OP, the txt file is named RESETPARTITION.TXT, whereas in .CMD file it's RESETPARTITIONS.TXT (notice the S in partitions in the cmd file).
    one more thing, be sure to modify the resetpartition.txt file where it says SELECT DISK 0 then SELECT DISK 1. I had to change these two to SELECT DISK 1 and SELECT DISK 2 respectively, because on my first attempt DISK 0 was my usb flash drive and I lost the 3 script files I had saved on it.

    Just a few corrections but for the rest it works great.

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    Anarethos, great post, thanks!

    I picked up a used model. Doesn't SEEM to be a refurb. It was running Win10. I didn't know about the F9 key, and I wanted to go back to Win8 just to reinstall everything from ASUS and make sure it's all working fine. (I backed up the drive first, so I can go back to Win10 that way if needed.)

    I couldn't get it to recover from Win10 recovery. I also made a Win8-32 install USB and tried recovery from there with no luck.

    So I found your post, booted my Win8 USB (not 8.1 BTW), copied the wim file to the USB, installed from it, and everything seems fine. Except the recovery charm (as well as the advanced troubleshooting) won't find the recovery partition. (I did the REAGENTC /ENABLE, and it worked. REAGENTC /Info shows enabled with a location of \\?\GLOBALROOT\device\harddisk0\partition2\Recover y\WindowsRE.) If I open disk administrator, I don't even see the recovery partition listed. I went into DISKPART and saw it's marked hidden.

    Any ideas as to why I can't use the recovery partition as intended? Thanks...

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    Welcome to the forum

    Probably the original partition is no longer present.

    A W10 install allows either a manual removal or an automatic timed removal.

    In any case, W10 will work perfectly well on the T100, so you are wasting your time. The SoC drivers for 8.1 from Asus are the only things you need. Read the other threads on succesful W10 upgrades and even how to handle any issues that might ocur with the fall W10 SP.

    PLEASE Search for existing threads before posting a new one. Thanks.

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    The partition is present -- that's where I got the wim file. And yes, I'm wasting my time -- I did this hoping Office was activated -- but no luck -- and it didn't come with the keycard.

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    @Kraig5, win10 will have a smaller memory and disk footprint. It gets rid of the wimboot/recovery partition too. Benefit of this is subsequent updates don't take additional space as in the case of wimboot. During installation windows will automatically enable system file compression.

    On the other hand, you'll have to jump through more hoops to disable the built in spyware.
    T100TAM 64GB, Bios v205

 

 
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