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Install Windows 10 Arm For Raspberrypi 3B

Sat May 19, 2018 7:03 am

1, please divide your SD card into two zones, using MBR format.
The first partition is not too large. It can be used near 100M. It is used to store UEFI and windows boot files. The file system is formatted with fat.
Second partitions are used to install Windows. Please reserve at least 12G above, otherwise you may encounter errors in the two phase.
Download the compressed package in this link and decompress it into the FAT partition.
This partition should now be like this: need to get the installation files of Win10 ARM64

MUST BE 1803 Release (RS4)

3.Use dism to write into your SDcard the NTFS Part

4.Run The Code for Create boot for it.
(The FAT partition of my SD card is Y:, and the NTFS partition is X: change as yours!!)

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bcdboot X:\Windows /s Y: /f UEFI /l 
bcdedit /store Y:\efi\microsoft\boot\bcd /set {Default} testsigning on
bcdedit /store Y:\efi\microsoft\boot\bcd /set {Default} nointegritychecks on
1, because the SD card driver under UEFI is temporarily imperfect, the speed is not very impressive.
2, USB driver is slightly more bug at present. Please be prepared mentally.
3, no voice, no network, no graphics card, because there is no driver.
4, it seems that because Win10 will check the current hardware, the raspberry pie itself can't start W10 ARM64, and the existing UEFI firmware has made a hack, only to start the RS4 (1803) system, and I'm here 17134 tests. It would be better if you could do a Virtual GIC.

UEFI firmware GitHub address:
USB driver GitHub address:
Microsoft to IOT driver source address:

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Re: Install Windows 10 Arm For Raspberrypi 3B

Wed Jun 27, 2018 6:11 am

Hello, any progress on this subject?

Regards, Vlado

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