Installing Windows strictly through the Command Line is an important tool to have. If windows changes the installer or out of box experience, you can bypass any changes with this guide!
Download and Launch the Windows Installer
Launch Command Prompt with
sel disk #
del part # NOTE: THIS ERASES ALL DATA
list disk and use
convert gpt if GPT is not enabled
create partition efi size=100
create partition primary size=*
sel partition 1
format fs=FAT32 quick
sel par 2
format fs=NTFS quick
assign letter=c: Note: You may need to UNASSIGN an existing C: drive
DISM is at the heart of every Windows installation. You need to do a verification on your installation ISO to figure out the source index # that you will install.
DISM /Get-ImageInfo /imagefile:x:\sources\install.wim
Note the Index: # that you want to install
Now we copy over the operating system in its entirety.
DISM /apply-image /imagefile:x:\sources\install.wim /index:2 /applydir:c:
Copy the boot files to complete the EFI partition to boot into our windows.
bcdboot c:\Windows /s G: /f ALL
The Out of Box Experience is changing all the time. The requirement to be online or only use a Microsoft account. Bypass it with this command and using
Shift+F10 to bring up the command prompt. NOTE: DISCONNECT FROM INTERNET before booting!
System will restart after executing the command. Select
Continue with limited Setup and name the device and create a local account.