I just want to confirm that it is possible to start a WinRT boot on a Raspberry PI 2 model B but than it stops with the error 0x000005C. I independently did the same test and came to the same conclusion. But I still think it must be possible to startup a WinRT version on the RP2.
I have to say i find it quite difficult to change the files on the partitions as windows doesn't want to let you alter more than one partion on a SD-card. I always have to do the following to change the SD-card:
1) First I create an empty VHD file ( use Hyper-V or disk management )
2) I connect it using disk management so it becomes a drive on my system
3) Then I install the FFU on to the VHD file by entering the following command in de command prompt:
dism.exe /Apply-Image /ImageFile:"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft IoT\FFU\RaspberryPi2\flash.ffu" /ApplyDrive:"\\.\PHYSICALDRIVE1" /SkipPlatformCheck
HINT: make sure you enter the correct drive number!!! (look in disk management for your VHD disk drive number)
4) This creates all partitions in the VHD file and now I can open them like normal disks on my computer system.
5) I alter the files (Windows folder changed by WinRT windows folder in MainOS partition)
6) Lastly I use the "HDD Raw Copy Tool" [http://hddguru.com/software/HDD-Raw-Copy-Tool/
] to copy the VHD file and all of its partions back to a physical SD-CARD
7) Boot from SD-CARD
This is very time consuming, are there any other techniques to fasten to process of trying to boot in WinRT?
P.S.: Please let me know if one of you can get it to boot a WinRT or Mobile version instead of IoT.