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Download OptionsThere are different ways to get your files. You don't have to download them now, as the tutorial will link you to the files when they will be necessary. Yandex disk: Due to the recent addition of the "Download limit exceeded" message, Yandex Disk is no longer a viable option to download files from. Instead, a Google drive mirror will be offered. RT Drive (Google Drive)
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Creating a USB recovery drive On your Surface RT, Click Start and click on the search icon, type "Create Recovery Drive" and select the search result. You may be asked to enter an administrator password or confirm your choice. After the tool opens, make sure that "Back up system files to a recovery drive" is not selected, and then select "Next". Make sure that "Back up system files to a recovery drive" is not selected. If you do not disable this option, it will cause errors in the future. Connect the USB flash drive to your computer, select it, and then select "Next". Select "Create". A large number of files need to be copied to the recovery drive, so it may take some time to complete.
It's time to download the install.wim file. Download the one for your specific device. (Surface RT or Surface 2) Make sure to download the correct file for your specific device. By installing the wrong image, you will not be able to get past the setup screen. Windows RT Surface 1 (RT).wim Windows RT Surface 2.wim Mega.nz Mirrors: Windows RT Surface 1 (RT).wim and Windows RT Surface 1 (RT).wimTo make the installation process easier, rename the downloaded file to "install.wim".Copy the install.wim to your flash drive.
Entering Recovery modeMake sure Surface is turned off.Plug the USB drive in the USB port of the tablet.Hold the volume down button and press the Power button once.When the Microsoft or Surface logo is displayed, release the buttons.After seeing the prompt, select English US.Select "Troubleshooting", "Advanced Options" and "Command Prompt"If prompted for a recovery key, select "Skip this drive" at the bottom of the screen.
You must make sure that Secure Boot is actually disabled before proceeding! Do not skip this step, otherwise, if you do not disable secureboot, your Surface RT might refuse to boot anything at all! By this stage, Alexenferman, Google, Microsoft, XDA Developers, are not responsible for any permanent damages or bricks made to your device. You are choosing to make these modifications, you should blame yourself for any mistakes you make. You have been warned! PART 4: INSTALLING WINDOWS 10It's time to download the Windows 10 install.wim file. Download the one for your specific device. (Surface RT or Surface 2) Make sure to download the correct file for your specific device. By installing the wrong image, you will not be able to get past the setup screen. Windows 10 Surface 1 (RT).wim Windows 10 Surface 2.wim Mega.nz Mirrors: Windows 10 Surface 1.wim and Windows 10 Surface 2.wimTo make the installation process easier, rename the downloaded file to "install.wim".Copy the install.wim to your flash drive.NOTE: you can delete the old Windows 8 install.wim on your flash drive if the storage space is getting low. You will not need it anymore.
Extract APPX1.zipOpen the APPX1 foldercopy the files on the USB drive and copy them to the Surface RT internal storage.Right-click Appx.ps1, select "run with powershell".Right-click AppxBundle.ps1, and select "run with powershell".From the other files downloaded, install the Microsoft.NET.Native.Runtime.1.1.appx and Microsoft.NET.Native.Runtime.1.1.appx packages by simply running them.
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