Topic: Easy2Boot

Date 12/09/2019

By SteveSi

Subject Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Troublesome ISO

If its WinPE\RE then AFAIK they always have one or two .wim files. Look in \sources folder or maybe \x86\sources and \x64\sources?
.imgPTN is not only for UEFI, it is used for many different purposes where a 'flat-file' is wanted. It is just that UEFI BIOSes are required to boot from a FAT32 partition, thus using a .imgPTN file which has a FAT32 format is useful for UEFI booting.