Saturday, June 11, 2016

Windows 10 IoT Core for RP2 will be install in Raspberry PI 2 (Windows7).

Windows 10 IoT Core for Raspberry PI 2

It's burned or the mount is made a CD in Virtual and it's installed in Win7 machine (PC).

It's normally,

C:\Program files (x86)\Microsoft IoT\

That folder is made.

C:\Program files (x86)\Microsoft IoT\FFU\RaspberryPI2\flash.ffu

Tool including burning on a SD card (front-end of dism.exe / WindowsIoTImageHelper)is also installed.
But, It doesn't work well on Windows7 (x64).

I tried from a command prompt directly.

dism.exe /Apply-Image /ImageFile:..\FFU\RasberryPI2\flash.ffu /ApplyDrive:\\.\PhysicalDrive2 /SkipPlatformCheck

(PhysicalDrive? is a drive number of SD card.) 

Error: 740
Elevated permissions are required to run DISM.
Use an elevated command prompt to complete these tasks.

Is execution needed by an administrator right?

A command prompt was opened by an administrator right. and I tried again.

Error: 126
An error occurred. DISM could not be initialized in the local folder.
Ensure that DISM is installed correctly and that all of the binaries are present.

It doesn't work...

There is also a way to take dism.exe out from an installation im
age of Windows10 and do.
I'm going a different way.

A ffu file is converted to a img file, and that's burned by another tool,

"cygwin (or cygwin64) " is installed on 7 machines and "python" is installed.  that script execute.

$ ~/ flash.ffu Windows10_IoT_Core_for_RP2.img
Input File: flash.ffu
Output File: Windows10_IoT_Core_for_RP2.img
Block data entries begin: 0x800f8
Block data entries end: 0xa6098
Block data chunks begin: 0xc0000
9721 blocks, 1244288kb written - Delay expected. Please wait.
Write complete.

FFU file was converted to a img file.

This img file is burned on a SD card at Tool as "Win32DiskImager".

If it's completed, a microSD card is placed in RP2 and it's started.

I'll wait for an initializing process and start it about 10 minutes later.

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