Windows10

Adding drivers to a Windows install image

If you need to add drivers to a Windows install USB then do this: 1. Copy the install.wim file from the USB stick to your local drive. (optional, to speed up the process) 2. Run the following command to mount the Windows image file. Assumes that you put the file in C:\temp and have created a C:\mount folder Dism /mount-wim /wimfile:C:\temp\install.wim /index:1 /mountdir:c:\mount 3. Add the drivers to the image. Assumes that the drivers are located in c:\temp\x64 Dism /Add-Driver /Image:"c:\mount" /Driver:"C:\temp\x64" /Recurse 4.

Change mouse scroll direction in Windows

How to Reverse the mouse scroll direction in windows

  TL;DR - Run regedit as an admin, search for "FlipFlopWheel" and replace the 0's with 1's, unplug and reinsert the mouse. Step-By-Step.
  1. Open Control Panel, double click "Mouse" to open the mouse properties windows, and then click on the "Hardware" tab.
  2. Select your mouse in the list of devices then click on the properties button in the bottom right corner, just above the "Apply" and "Help" buttons.
  3. In the device properties dialogue window, click on the "Details" tab

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