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    How to Create a Custom Refresh Image in Windows 8

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    gammer121™

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    How to Create a Custom Refresh Image in Windows 8

    Post  gammer121™ on 4th January 2013, 10:28

    Hi,

    You might relate to this topic with my earlier posted topic on how to refresh or reset windows 8. This will show you how to make a refresh image for windows 8.

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    Creating A Custom Refresh Image

    Right-click the bottom left corner of your screen and select Command Prompt (Admin) from the context menu.

    To create a custom refresh image we use the recimg.exe utility.

    recimg /createimage C:\CustomRefreshImages\Image1

    The reason we are using a subfolder on our drive is that you can actually create multiple refresh images and switch between them, to create another image we could do the following:

    recimg /createimage C:\CustomRefreshImages\Image2

    When you create an image using the /createimage parameter, the image you create is automatically set as the default refresh image. If you have multiple refresh images you can choose the active image by using the /setcurrent parameter.

    recimg /setcurrent C:\CustomRefreshImages\Image1

    You can also use the /showcurrent parameter to show the active image.

    Thats it, this is how to create a refresh image for windows 8 :)

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