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I want to make a reference image for a Surface Pro 3. Using and actual Surface Pro 3 so "no virtualizing". I want to know if I can remove all of the partitions on the ssd and just install Windows 10 pro and build from there.

 

I would also like to know why the extra partitions are there? I have made attempts to install a refer image to a Surface via ghost it failed, via altiris 7.6 failed, via dism pointing to partition 1 failed. Why have all of these options failed. I admit I am new to imaging but this should not be that hard.

 

If nothing else can someone please instruct me on how to or where to find instructions on applying a windows 10 or windows 8.1 image to the Surface Pro 3 either by completely removing all partitions or by applying a wim to the os partition of the Surface Pro 3.

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No I have created recovery sticks before. That's not what I am asking for. I want to build a custom surface pro 3 deployment, period end of story. I want to create a custom deployment that I can deeply via, sub, or pxe, or dism. I just want to create a custom surface pro 3 deployment pure and simple.

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