Tāuta Windows IoT i runga i te Rōpere Pi te whakamahi i Windows 8.1 / 7 (E kore te te kōwhiringa / applydrive mohio i roto i tēnei horopaki.)

If you are setting up Windows IoT on the Raspberry Pi, you will only be able to install using the Microsoft instructions using a Windows 10 OS.

Ki te kei te whakamahi koe Windows 7, 8 ranei 8.1 na ka whiwhi koe i te “E kore te te kōwhiringa / applydrive mohio i roto i tēnei horopaki.” hapa. This is because the dism.exe version on Windows 7, 8 me te 8.1 Ko rerekē ki te te dism.exe i runga i Windows 10.

He he ara ngāwari ki te tāuta Windows IoT i runga i Windows 7, 8 ranei 8.1. Just follow the following instructions.

  1. Download the Raspberry Pi2 Windows IoT latest build from Microsoft Connect
    Windows IoT Build for Raspberry Pi 2 from Microsoft Connect
  2. Unuhia i te kōnae kōtui ki te c:/wakarā
  3. Download imgmount and place the exe file to c:/wakarā
  4. Open a administrator command prompt and go to c:/iot and type imgmount Flash.ffu. This will convert the ffu to a VHD image and mount it in Disk Management
  5. Go to disk management and detach the VHD
    Disk Management Detach VHD
  6. Next is to restore the VHD file to the SD Card using winimage
  7. Download winimage and install. Open the winimage administrator
  8. Click Disk from the menu and choose Restore Virtual Hard Disk image on physical drive
  9. Select your SD Card from the list and navigate to the VHD file which should be the following path “C:\Users\{user}\AppData\Local\Temp” .

Restoring the image onto the SD Card can take a while. After it is complete insert the SD Card into the Raspberry Pi 2 and all should be working.

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