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Beelink BT3 PRO II - About Backup & Installation of Windows 10 64-bit

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Post time 2020-05-21 01:28:18 | Show all posts |Read mode
Edited by a-bt3pro-user at 2020-05-21 21:28

1. Backup/Restore

It's useful to backup the shipped Windows 10 Home.
To do this, please refer to the following two articles:

First: WinPE: Create USB bootable drive ... -usb-bootable-drive
Create bootable WinPE media

*NOTE* BT3 PRO II supports UEFI boot only, the USB disk must formated as FAT32, see detail in  this article.

Second: Do the backup/Restore ... l-flash-update--ffu
Capture and apply Windows Full Flash Update (FFU) images

When boot from WinPE, the internal disk sometimes detected as "Disk 0", sometimes detected as "Disk 1".
Check this with diskpart before "capture-ffu"/"apply-ffu"

2. Installation

For fresh Windows 10 Installation, follow these step:

First: Create Windows 10 installation media
Following this page, download the "media creation tool", currently it's MediaCreationTool1909.exe.
use this tool to create installation media (USB flash drive or DVD).

Second: Boot the created USB disk
Power on the box, Press <F7> to enter Boot Menu, from the Boot Menu, choose the USB disk.

Third: Do the Windows 10 Installation
It's recommended to install Windows 10 Home, since Home edition should be activated automatically (with a digital license shipped with the box).
Select "I don't have a product key" during installation.

For Windows 10 Professional, use your own product key.

It's recommended to disconnect the Ethernet cable during installation, since Windows will try to use Microsoft Account for login the PC, instead of a Local User.

Partition customization *NOT REQUIRED*
From inside Windows Setup, press Shift+F10 to open a command prompt window.
list disk
select disk disk_number
convert gpt
create partition efi size=1023
create partition primary

Forth: Install Driver
Refer "Beelink BT3 PRO II - About Drivers for Windows 10 64-bit" to get drivers

For each Device in the "Other Devices" tree of the "Device Manager",
Right Click,
Select "Update Driver",
Choose "Browser my computer for driver software",
Select the folder where driver is exported, Check "Include subfolders", then Click Next


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