Windows 10: Where can I get updated 1803 ISO - build version 17134.337+

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  1.    2 Days Ago #1

    Where can I get updated 1803 ISO - build version 17134.337+


    Hey guys
    Does anyone know where to get updated 1803 ISO that is build version 17134.337 or greater? The iso on microsoft site for media creation tool is still 17134.1 which I think is day one version still? Shoot me if I'm wrong
    Thanks
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  2.    2 Days Ago #2

    "The iso on microsoft site for media creation tool is still 17134.1 which I think is day one version still? "

    It will stay on the initial release version until the next version. Just use that one to create ISO media, then check the box, as shown below, whether you're using the ISO or USB method to upgrade. That will bring you to current version, no matter when you decide to upgrade manually.

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  3.    2 Days Ago #3

    I use the Windows Update MiniTool 20.12.2016 it's a great little program and much faster than the built in updater.
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       2 Days Ago #4

    Hennerst5 said: View Post
    Does anyone know where to get updated 1803 ISO that is build version 17134.337 or greater? The iso on microsoft site for media creation tool is still 17134.1 which I think is day one version still?...
    mrgeek said: View Post
    It will stay on the initial release version until the next version. Just use that one to create ISO media, then check the box, as shown below, whether you're using the ISO or USB method to upgrade. That will bring you to current version, no matter when you decide to upgrade manually.
    Welcome to TenForums @Hennerst5

    Actually, MS have recently updated the ISO for 1803. If you use the Media Creation Tool to download it today it installs a base build of 17134.112.

    Microsoft only occasionally update the ISO you download, rather you should install the base version and download the latest cumulative update to get the current build. You can either choose to check for updates during the install, or do so in Settings > Update & Security after the install is complete. Either way, you'll end up on the latest build 17134.165.

    If you have a lot of machines to update and wish to save downloading the cumulative update each time (or need to install on a machine that doesn't have internet access) then you can get a standalone installer for the latest cumulative update as a .msu file (there are two versions, 32 and 64 bit). Run this after completing the install.

    If you use the Media Creation Tool to make a USB there's enough space left on the USB to put the standalone update on it as well. See the links in this post to get the standalone version(s) from the Microsoft Update Catalog.

    Cumulative Update KB4338819 Windows 10 v1803 Build 17134.165 - July 10 - Windows 10 Forums
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  5.    2 Days Ago #5

    Oh Ok I'll check it out, but they still have the same file media creation tool 1803?
    I did a search & german microsoft language has the new build iso. maybe sometime soon they will make english one
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    10 Home x64 (1803) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       2 Days Ago #6

    I downloaded the Media Creation tool yesterday and used it to make en-gb (English International) media, then used it to do a clean install. It installed build 17134.112.
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    Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64
       2 Days Ago #7

    Ya you have to update during the install or update it afterward, Microsoft does not add updates to the Iso file.

    I always update after the install.
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    Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64
       2 Days Ago #8

    Hennerst5 said: View Post
    Oh Ok I'll check it out, but they still have the same file media creation tool 1803?
    I did a search & german microsoft language has the new build iso. maybe sometime soon they will make english one
    How do you know this ? What told you the 1803 Iso File from Microsoft and choosing the German language had all the latest updates ?

    My version of 1803 on my Z170 is OS Build 17134.165, is that what this German Language Iso file said it is ?
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  9.    2 Days Ago #9

    For clarity, MS do occasionally update the iso, usually when it is necessary to ensure later cumulative updates will install correctly. There have been instances where cumulative updates would not work properly if base sub-version was lower than 17134.112.
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  10.    2 Days Ago #10

    Unfortunately for me MCT Spanish version is still 17134.1
    Any ideas?

    I downloaded English Version MCT from HERE and it's also v17134.1
    What gives?
    Are you sure MCT was updated?
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