Bob.Omb’s Modified Win10PEx64 – Best Rescue Disk 2018

Bob.Omb’s Modified Win10PEx64 is one of the best rescue disks of 2018 built on WinPE 10. It supports both UEFI and Legacy BIOS, which you can use for both USB and DVD.

I have introduced this rescue disk in Gandalf’s Windows 10PE article, in this article I will introduce a new integrated way. Both versions are built from the Win10PE SE project, personally I like Bob.Omb’s Modified Win10PEx64. However, this version of WinPE has a fairly large boot.wim file size (about 800MB), which makes booting quite slow. If you just want to do some simple work, try the WinPE 10 version of AIO Boot, it’s lighter.

List of software

Bob.Omb’s Modified Win10PEx64 includes many software to help you rescue the computer easier, Internet Explorer 11 is also included.

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is a well-known antivirus program that can help you scan and remove threats on your computer. But its virus database is not the latest, currently the 2016 version. The updated version will be lost after restarting the computer. Hope the future versions will support this.

Bob.Omb's Modified Win10PEx64

Here is the incomplete list of components and software included in version 2.7:

  • 7-Zip File Manager
  • AES Ni Decryptor
  • AIDA64 Extreme
  • Acrylic Wi-Fi Pro
  • Active Directory Explorer
  • Active@ Password Changer
  • Advanced IP Scanner
  • Agent Ransack
  • Annabelle Decryptor
  • AnyDesk
  • Apocalypse Decryptor
  • AutoBackup
  • Autoruns
  • Avira PC Cleaner
  • BootIce
  • BurnInTest
  • CMD in Sysinternals folder
  • Cacheset
  • Calculator
  • Chkdsk GUI
  • ClamAV
  • Command Prompt
  • Computer Management
  • Convert Recordings to HTM
  • Date and Time
  • Debug View
  • Defraggler
  • Device Manager
  • DirectX Diagnostic
  • Disable 72 hour limit (Disables Power Control)
  • Disk Management
  • Disk Monitor
  • Disk View
  • Disk2VHD
  • Diskpart GUI
  • DotNet Version Detector
  • Double Driver
  • Duplicate File Detective
  • ESET Online Scanner
  • EaseUS Data Recovery
  • EaseUS Partition Master
  • EasyBCD
  • EasyMBR2GPT
  • Enable 72 hour limit (Default)
  • File Shredder
  • FileZilla
  • Force Install Devices (HWPnP)
  • Force Install USB (HWPnP)
  • GandCrab Decryptor
  • Gibon Decryptor
  • HDClone 6
  • HDDRawCopy
  • HDTune Pro
  • HFSExplorer
  • HWInfo
  • Hardware Wizard
  • HxD
  • ImDisk Virtual Drive Management
  • ImagingDevices
  • ImgBurn
  • InsaneCrypt Decryptor
  • Install Basic display driver
  • Install Devices (HWPnP)
  • Internet Explorer
  • Internet Options
  • JavaRE
  • KillDisk (Certified Wipe)
  • Legion Decryptor
  • Load Integrated drivers
  • Macrium Reflect
  • Malwarebytes Anti-Malware
  • Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit
  • MountStorPE
  • MountStorPE -RL
  • Mouse
  • NSudo
  • NTPWEdit
  • Network and Sharing Center
  • NoobCrypt Decryptor
  • Notepad
  • On-Screen Keyboard
  • OneDrive
  • PCUnlocker
  • PENetwork
  • PS Tools Help
  • Paint.NET
  • Passware WinKey
  • Password Reset
  • Pidgin
  • PowerISO
  • Presentation
  • Process Explorer
  • Process Hacker
  • Process Monitor
  • PuTTY
  • RAM Map
  • Rakhni Multi-Decryptor
  • RapidCRC
  • ReMount USB Drive
  • Recover Keys
  • Recuva
  • RegOwnershipEx
  • Regional and Language Options
  • Registry Editor
  • Registry Manager
  • Registry Workshop
  • Regshot
  • Remote Desktop
  • Reset Windows Password
  • Rufus
  • Save Start Menu
  • Search Everything
  • Shared Folders
  • ShowKeyPlus
  • Snipping Tool
  • Speccy
  • Spreadsheets
  • Stellar Phoenix Data Recovery
  • Switch Keyboard (ctrl-tab)
  • Synchronize Letters
  • System Properties
  • TCP View
  • TeamViewer
  • TreeSize Pro
  • Trend Multi-Decryptor
  • UFSExplorer
  • Unstoppable Copier
  • VHD2Disk
  • VLC Player
  • VeraCrypt
  • Visual BCD
  • WinMerge
  • WinRAR
  • WinSCP
  • Windows PowerShell
  • Windows PowerShell Modules
  • Writer
  • iSCSI Initiator
  • nstall & Repair Windows
  • szfLocker Decryptor
  • uTorrent
  • x64dbg
  • xData Decryptor

Download

Its official homepage is no longer maintained, but the author has sent me the latest version. The latest version is v4.11, you can download it at Google Drive. Open the ZIP file to get the ISO file and instructions.

Integrate

You can integrate the Bob.Omb’s Modified Win10PEx64 ISO file as instructed in Gandalf’s Windows 10PE article, which allows for integration of multiple versions. Here I will integrate by extracting the files, because the structure of the folders and files are identical so we can only integrate one version. The method will support some software that does not support running on ISO.

Best Rescue Disk 2018

  1. Download and install AIO Boot.
  2. Open the ISO file, copy the following folders and files to the AIO Boot drive. Do not copy the EFI folder, it will override Grub2. Maybe the antivirus program blocks suspicious files, you need to disable it if you want to copy.
    • Backup
    • OSimages
    • Programs
    • System
    • autorun.cmd
    • CdUsb.Y
    • pecmdExt.ini
    • Win10PE.cd
  3. Run AIOCreator.exe, switch to Integration. Select Windows and then select WinPE 7/8.1/10.
  4. Browse to sources\boot.wim in ISO and click OK to integrate.

Now just restart the computer for testing, hope you enjoy this version. Good luck!

 

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53 thoughts on “Bob.Omb’s Modified Win10PEx64 – Best Rescue Disk 2018”

  1. Hi, this version has at least 4 trojans and other viruses. I had to boot from this”best rescue disk” to clean “the best rescue disk”. And i’m not even sure should i trust the result.

      1. Can you please give a list of exactly what ‘threats’ should be found and only those ‘threats’ and exactly what they do and why those patches come up as Trojans?, so if there are any others they can be expected to be from a phishing site or something
        Also if antivirus removes them, will the boot cd still work? Or will just the software which needed the patches be disabled?
        Thanks

  2. I am trying to use this live disk but once booted I don’t see hardly any programs that are listed I see a couple but thats it password reset one and like 3 others but thats it…. whats going on am I missing something

  3. I use bob.omb quite frequent, and there may be a readme file somewhere about this, but is there any way to install any apps to bob.omb?

    I can mount the WIM file to copy files & folders, but as far as installing apps, I haven’t found a way.

    Thanks

    1. DOS is included, just open command prompt. If you mean 16bit application support that is not possible in x64bit Windows without heavy modifications.

      1. Would you consider modifying the BCD with an option for freedos? Is this even possible? If so, I might just attempt it. Does anyone else occasionally use freedos?

      2. I downloaded this software 29th Oct 2018 from the google drive download, windows defender found multiple threats in it including a Trojan!? no offense if it’s actually safe, but how can anyone trust the software!? Did I download from a phishing site or something?

  4. There are no, and have never been any, trojans or malicious software of any kind in my ISO. And no ads were ever on my website.

    Calm down M. Akerfeldt, we are all now acutely aware that you don’t understand many things….

    1. Dear Bob why your Subdomain on theworkpc.com is down . is there something wrong . if needed you can use our domain as sub host . reply me if i can do something for a friend.

    2. Hi Bob, excellent work getting your boot cd rated as no.1 on slant, spent a while figuring out how to burn it to a usb, and once I unzipped the iso windows defender went crazy listing 7 threats and 1 was a Trojan, I panicked and wiped the partition…since then I’ve read these posts and some antivirus reaction is apparently normal, but can you please list exactly what threats an antivirus is expected to find so we know what are acceptable ‘threats’ and which once’s aren’t, it would be easy for a hacker to install genuine malware in your iso and use a phishing site to distribute it, knowing that one or two sites like this are saying ‘it’s fine just run it anyway’, a zip file via google drive doesn’t seem like a very trustworthy source, as awesome as your collection of software seems, would you suggest your less IT knowledgeable family members downloaded a free software from unverifiable site, and when their antivirus software said it contained malware they just ran it anyway because the person who distributes it said it’s safe? is that responsible operating procedure?
      If it is safe then I appologise, but how is anyone to know? Thanks for any help or further evidence of safety if possible

    1. No x86 builds from me – But we are on AIOBoot.com =) so adding your favorite x86 PE of your choice should be very easy thanks to our gracious host, Tu

      1. There should be a list of exactly what threats are expected to be found or something and exactly what they do with links to independently verify what the alleged threats are and what they do, anyone who needs this software needs something they can trust rather than wondering if the very rescue tool they have downloaded is actually a hijacked copy with malware added, sorry if it is actually safe, but freeware is often used as a vector to distribute malware, how is anyone to know what can be trusted?…I nuked my drive in panic :/

    1. Google Drive looks better, faster. In addition, you can upload new versions without changing the download link.
      I will remove the link here if it is no longer valid.

      1. Hi Tu, would you please post google drive links for this BOB.OMB’S MODIFIED WIN10PEX64?
        I really need it.
        Thank you so far.

  5. Pretty neat. Really slow to install though and shame it is all freeware apps. I was missing stuff like Acronis True Image and Disk Director

  6. Tried Latest Bob Omb win pe 3.2 with aioboot 0.9.8.9 .
    If boot in UEFI it stucks at 34% directly .
    If boot in Legacy it works flawlessly/

    UEFI mode not working kindly correect.

    1. Hi,
      Does this only happen with this version or all versions? Windows Setup, Sergei Strelec, Hiren’s BootCD PE…?

      1. none of your Aioboot Multiboot worked fine with bob omb customised win10 PE SE project in UEFI Mode but Legacy mode is working fine .
        if we use Rufus for single booting of BOB Omb’s win 10 PE Se it worked fine in both UEFI as well as Legacy mode.

          1. ok dear friend . i will try tmrw & will let you know if problem still persists . i appreciate your work & its an awesome multiboot tool.

          2. not working . problem still the same . UEFI mode stuck at 34% directly upon boot. Legacy mode works fine.
            Anyways theres no any need to use Bob Omb cuz i have build my own custom WinPESE 10 latest build 1803 will more tools then bob omb & my build is working fine with both mode UEFI as well as Legacy with your Aio Boot Tool.
            Means theres no any problem with your tool its the problem of bob omb boot wim with custom tools as he already told us that at time of media creation it is giving him some error.

  7. Hi,
    I tried to integrate Bob.Ombs.Modified.Win10PEx64.v3.0
    Disabled the antivirus Eset NOD 32 and same problem here.
    Error message displayed at the end of integration.
    I use the last version of AIO Boot.

      1. There’s no System folder like you wrote on the instruction. Can you please update the guide?
        Integrating as WinPE always give me error.
        I’m using Bob.Omb’s v3.1 and AIO Boot v0.9.8.8 by the way.

          1. Ask him to try using Rufus and the tools you’ve included in the download.
            ———-
            Does this issue only occur with your WinPE version or all?

          2. It is working with Rufus, I am not sure if it is only my ISO or not. Something during the media creation process is causing a problem. They like your stuff though so I thought I’d let you know =)

    1. Can I get some clarifications please:
      Installing AIOBoot ? Where ? to My Hard Drive or to My Flash Drive?

      1. You can use both USB and HDD. If you use HDD, AIO Boot will replace the current boot loader of the operating system that you are installing on.
        So, should use a USB first, then if you like AIO Boot, you can use it for HDD.