A bootable WinPE medium can help you quickly restore Windows to a healthy state when the Windows system crashes, and you can also use it to perform backup and cloning operations, so it is very necessary to create a bootable WinPE medium in advance. Please note that you may need to disable UEFI Secure Boot to boot from the bootable WinPE media created by Hasleo Backup Suite.
Step 1. Install and run Hasleo Backup Suite, click "Tools" button in the navigation bar, then click "Emergency Disk" button in the operation area.
Step 2. If you need to inject some additional drivers into WinPE, click the "Add Driver" button and select the drivers you want to inject, then click the "Next" button. Otherwise, click the "Skip" button to skip this step.
* Please note that only .inf based drivers are supported for injection into WinPE.
* The Download WinPE components option allows you to download WinPE components instead of looking for WinPE components from the current computer.
Step 3. Hasleo Backup Suite begins building bootable WinPE image.
Step 4. After successfully building the WinPE image, select "USB" to create an emergency USB drive or "Explore ISO" to export the ISO file to a specified location, then click "Proceed".
Step 5. Wait for the process to complete and click "Close" to exit.
Tips: After you complete exporting the ISO file, you can manually burn it to a CD/DVD/USB device using 3rd-party burning software, such as Hasleo WinToUSB, Nero Burning ROM.