The tool and method told in this tutorial will also work with the Build 11099 released today.
Why am I receiving the error "Specified file not found or damaged" for the Install.esd?
Build 11099 Install.esd copied to ESDtoISO folder in Downloads.
Used ESDtoISO Plus (5-21-15).
I see after the successful update the Install.esd in $Windows.~BT is gone.
Now WindowsOld.wim and no Sources folder at all.
Looks that you have used an old script / tool with outdated crypto keys, therefore the new ESD file could not be encrypted. The tool in this tutorial works, always when a new build is released I check the crypto keys and that it works, then post here to tell about it (as for example now this post after the build 11099 was released).
The tutorial I see on page one of this, I read nearly a year ago.
FYI on the tutorial: "Step One: Download and set up ESDtoISO tool
1.) Check if a new build is available. Tutorial: http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/2...10-builds.html
Results in the error message:
"Irwin Mainway, you do not have permission to access this page. This could be due to one of several reasons:
- The page has been removed.
- Your user account may not have sufficient privileges to access this page.
Last edited by Irwin Mainway; 2016-01-14 at 18:17.
The download link in the tutorial always remains the same but the tool it lets you download will be updated when necessary.
If you get the dialog shown in the screenshot below when trying to access that link, simply use your Ten Forums credentials to sign in on the browser which did not let you access the page:
"Irwin Mainway" is in the error message, meaning it recognized I was logged in. I'm only here because the RTM release 10586 has some appalling bugs in it and I'd like to burn a better version.
Last edited by Irwin Mainway; 2016-01-15 at 22:13.
I am checking it, will post when I know something.