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A new tool makes it easier to install Windows 10X onto unsupported devices

Windows10x Surface GoSource: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central

One of the issues preventing Windows 10X from running on unsupported hardware is a lack of available drivers. The Device Image Generator allows you to export the required drivers from an existing Windows 10 device and to inject them into an image.

The tool also creates a set of configuration packages that you need to create a final image for installation.

The Device Image Generator does not download the Unified Update Platform (UUP) files of Windows 10X. We won’t link to those files here, but you can find them if you know where to look.

The Device Image Generator is in beta, so there’s a risk that it could cause an issue with your device. Of course, flashing an unsupported operating system onto a device can cause issues regardless of what tool you’re using to do it.

In addition to any issues you may run into due to the tool being in beta and the fact that you’re trying to put unsupported software onto a device, there isn’t a final build of Windows 10X available at this time, so anything you put onto a device is unfinished software.

This post was written by Sean Endicott and was first posted to WindowsCentral

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