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Dart10x64eniso: How to Create, Deploy, and Boot from a DaRT 10 Recovery Image


What is Dart10x64eniso and How to Use It?




If you are looking for a way to diagnose and repair a Windows 10 computer that cannot be started or that has problems starting as expected, you might want to check out Dart10x64eniso. This is a file name that stands for Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset 10 x64 English ISO. It is a bootable disc image that contains a set of powerful tools that can help you recover end-user computers that have become unusable, diagnose probable causes of issues, and quickly repair unbootable or locked-out computers. In this article, we will explain what Dart10x64eniso is, how to create it, how to deploy it, and how to use it. By the end of this article, you will have a better understanding of how Dart10x64eniso can help you troubleshoot and fix Windows 10 computers.




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What is Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset (DaRT) 10?




Dart10x64eniso is based on Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset (DaRT) 10, which is an important part of the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP), a dynamic solution available to Software Assurance customers that helps reduce software installation costs, enables delivery of applications as services, and helps manage and control enterprise desktop environments. DaRT 10 lets you create a DaRT recovery image in International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and Windows Imaging (WIM) file formats and burn the image to a CD, DVD, or USB. You can then use the recovery image files and deploy them locally or to a remote partition or a recovery partition.


DaRT 10 includes the following tools that can help you diagnose and repair Windows 10 computers:



  • Computer Management: Provides access to various system tools such as Event Viewer, Disk Management, Services, Local Users and Groups, Device Manager, Performance Monitor, Task Scheduler, Windows Firewall with Advanced Security, System Information, Component Services, Shared Folders, WMI Control.



  • Crash Analyzer: Analyzes memory dump files generated by Windows when a computer crashes. It helps identify drivers or applications that may have caused the crash.



  • Defender: Scans for malware infections on an offline computer. It uses the same virus definitions as Microsoft Security Essentials.



Disk Commander: Repairs damaged partitions or volumes on a hard disk. It can also restore deleted partitions Environment (WinPE) source. You can select from a list of available components such as PowerShell, .NET Framework, Scripting, and so on.


Add Files and FoldersLets you add additional files and folders to the recovery image that are not included in the Windows 10 or DaRT 10 sources. You can browse for files or folders on your computer or network.


Crash AnalyzerLets you configure the settings for Crash Analyzer, such as the location of the symbol files and the debugger tools.


DefenderLets you configure the settings for Defender, such as the location of the virus definitions and the scan options.


Enable Networking SupportLets you enable networking support for the recovery image, which allows you to access network resources and use network-based tools such as Remote Connection and TCP/IP Config.


End User License Agreement (EULA)Lets you specify a custom EULA for the recovery image, which will be displayed to the users when they boot from the recovery image.


How to Deploy the DaRT 10 Recovery Image?




Once you have created a DaRT 10 recovery image, you can deploy it to administrator computers or end-user computers using one of the following methods:



  • Burn the ISO file to a CD, DVD, or USB: This is the simplest and most flexible method, as it allows you to boot from the recovery image on any computer that supports booting from removable media. However, this method also requires physical access to the target computer and enough storage media for each computer.



  • Copy the WIM file to a local partition or a recovery partition: This method allows you to boot from the recovery image on a computer that has a local partition or a recovery partition that contains the WIM file. This method does not require physical access to the target computer or additional storage media, but it does require enough free space on the partition and a boot manager that can load the WIM file.



  • Copy the WIM file to a remote partition: This method allows you to boot from the recovery image on a computer that has access to a remote partition that contains the WIM file. This method does not require physical access to the target computer or additional storage media, but it does require network connectivity and a boot manager that can load the WIM file from a network share.



The following table compares the deployment methods and their characteristics:



Deployment MethodAdvantagesDisadvantages


Burn the ISO file to a CD, DVD, or USB- Easy and flexible- Compatible with any computer- Portable and reusable- Requires physical access- Requires storage media- May be slow or unreliable


Copy the WIM file to a local partition or a recovery partition- Fast and reliable- Does not require physical access- Does not require storage media- Requires free space on the partition- Requires a boot manager- Not portable or reusable


Copy the WIM file to a remote partition- Fast and reliable- Does not require physical access- Does not require storage media- Can be shared by multiple computers- Requires network connectivity- Requires a boot manager- Not portable or reusable- May pose security risks


How to Recover Computers Using DaRT 10?




To recover computers using DaRT 10, you need to boot from the DaRT 10 recovery image using one of the deployment methods described above. Once you boot from the recovery image, you will see a screen that asks you to accept the EULA and select the keyboard layout. After that, you will see the Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset window that displays the DaRT 10 tools that you can use to recover the computer.


The DaRT 10 tools are grouped into four categories: System, Recovery, Security, and Networking. You can select a tool from the list or use the search box to find a tool by name. You can also access the command prompt, the registry editor, or the help file from the menu bar. You can switch between the DaRT 10 tools and the Windows desktop by using the Alt+Tab keys.


Some examples of common scenarios and issues that can be resolved using DaRT 10 tools are:



  • Restore a deleted file: If you accidentally deleted a file from your computer, you can use the File Restore tool to recover it. The File Restore tool scans the hard disk for deleted files and lets you preview and restore them to a location of your choice.



  • Reset a forgotten password: If you forgot the password of a local user account on your computer, you can use the Locksmith tool to reset it. The Locksmith tool lets you select a user account and enter a new password for it.



  • Remove a malware infection: If your computer is infected by malware, you can use the Defender tool to scan and remove it. The Defender tool uses the same virus definitions as Microsoft Security Essentials and lets you perform a quick or full scan of your computer.



  • Analyze a system crash: If your computer crashed and generated a memory dump file, you can use the Crash Analyzer tool to analyze it. The Crash Analyzer tool helps you identify the drivers or applications that may have caused the crash and provides suggestions for resolving the issue.



  • Repair a corrupted system file: If your computer has a corrupted or missing system file that prevents Windows from starting normally, you can use the SFC Scan tool to repair it. The SFC Scan tool scans and verifies the integrity of system files and replaces them with good copies if needed.



Some tips and best practices for using DaRT 10 tools effectively are:



  • Back up your data: Before using any DaRT 10 tool that modifies your computer, such as Disk Commander, Disk Wipe, or Registry Editor, make sure you back up your important data to another location. This will help you avoid data loss in case of any errors or mistakes.



  • Use caution when modifying system settings: When using any DaRT 10 tool that modifies system settings, such as Computer Management, Hotfix Uninstall, or TCP/IP Config, make sure you understand the consequences of your actions and follow the instructions carefully. This will help you avoid system instability or configuration issues.



  • Update your tools regularly: When creating or deploying a DaRT 10 recovery image, make sure you download the latest updates and virus definitions for DaRT 10 tools. This will help you ensure that your tools are up to date and effective.



Conclusion




Dart10x64eniso is a powerful and useful tool that can help you diagnose and repair Windows 10 computers that cannot be started or that have problems starting as expected. It is based on Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset (DaRT) 10, which is part of the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP), a dynamic solution available to Software Assurance customers. To use Dart10x64eniso, you need to create a DaRT 10 recovery image in ISO or WIM file format, deploy it to administrator computers or end-user computers using one of the available methods, and boot from it to access the DaRT 10 tools. The DaRT 10 tools can help you recover end-user computers that have become unusable, diagnose probable causes of issues, and quickly repair unbootable or locked-out computers.


If you want to learn more about Dart10x64eniso or try it out yourself, you can download it from the Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) or contact your Software Assurance provider. You can also visit the Microsoft Docs website for more information and guidance on how to use Dart10x64eniso effectively. We hope this article has helped you understand what Dart10x64eniso is and how to use it. Thank you for reading!


FAQs




Here are some frequently asked questions related to Dart10x64eniso:



What are the system requirements for running Dart10x64eniso?The system requirements for running Dart10x64eniso are:


  • A computer running Windows 10 Enterprise edition with at least 4 GB of RAM and 6 GB of free disk space.



  • A Windows 10 installation media (DVD or USB) or an ISO file of the same edition and architecture as the target computers.



  • A DaRT 10 installation media (DVD or USB) or an ISO file downloaded from the Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC).



  • An Internet connection to download updates and virus definitions for DaRT 10 tools.



How can I access the DaRT 10 tools from a remote computer?You can access the DaRT 10 tools from a remote computer by using one of the following methods:


  • Remote Connection: This method allows you to connect to a remote computer that is running DaRT 10 using Remote Connection Viewer. You need to enable remote connection and specify a port number and a password when creating the DaRT 10 recovery image. You also need to install Remote Connection Viewer on the administrator computer.



  • Debugging Mode: This method allows you to debug a remote computer that is running DaRT 10 using a kernel debugger such as WinDbg. You need to enable debugging mode and specify a port number and a baud rate when creating the DaRT 10 recovery image. You also need to install a kernel debugger on the administrator computer and configure it to connect to the remote computer.



  • How can I customize the DaRT 10 recovery image?You can customize the DaRT 10 recovery image by selecting the tools and options that you want to include in the image when creating it using the DaRT Recovery Image wizard. You can also add additional drivers, WinPE optional components, files and folders, and a custom EULA to the image. You can also configure the settings for each tool according to your preferences and needs.



  • How can I update the DaRT 10 tools and virus definitions?You can update the DaRT 10 tools and virus definitions by downloading the latest updates and virus definitions from the Internet when creating or deploying the DaRT 10 recovery image. You can also update them manually by copying the updated files to the appropriate locations on the recovery image.



  • How can I get help and support for using Dart10x64eniso?You can get help and support for using Dart10x64eniso by visiting the Microsoft Docs website, where you can find detailed information and guidance on how to use Dart10x64eniso effectively. You can also contact your Software Assurance provider or Microsoft support for technical assistance.



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