Windows 10 1903 USB

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  1.    #11

    HeM said: View Post
    Has anyone noticed about the size of 1903 clean installation via UUP (auto .iso creation)?
    Code:
    fsutil storagereserve query C:
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       #12

    Thanks for reply!

    I think this not the case, unless I'm missing something.
    Right after installation, I used Disk Cleanup, on Settings/System/Storage "Temporary files" utility and "Storage Sence, Clean now", but there was nothing to delete.

    Also, I know about "Reserved Storage" and the fact is that I didn't find a way to remove all those unnecessary files, making Windows have the proper size.
    Last edited by HeM; 05 May 2019 at 10:04.
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       #13

    HeM said: View Post
    ...Also, I know about "Reserved Storage" ...
    Hmm...I thought I knew
    Reading again the tutorial @TairikuOkami suggested, I have no question about the different size of 1903 clean install. The new hidden partition causes this. I didn't check Disk Management so, I didn't notice it.

    THANK YOU @TairikuOkami !!!

    Update: Trying again a clean install, I couldn't find "Reserved Storage" path or partition.
    I suppose, it is a reserved space on C partition and we cannot avoid it on clean install.
    Last edited by HeM; 05 May 2019 at 12:57.
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       #14

    Hi folks

    Once you've got the ISO via UUPDUMP you can always create a bootable USB via RUFUS. However you can install either clean or update directly from the iso made from uupdump just run the setup.exe from within windows and choose whether to keep everything or install from scaratch.-- not like the old days where a clean install required you to boot from an external device.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  5.    #15

    HeM said: View Post
    I suppose, it is a reserved space on C partition and we cannot avoid it on clean install.
    You can set it offline in the ISO before install, but it takes some work.
    Enthousiast said:
    Mount the install.wim and load the registry hive, change or add the info and save and unload the registry hive, unmount and unmount the install.wim.
    But some people reported, that after applying the setting and updating to .86, it disappeared.
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  6.    #16

    I downloaded and created the latest version of 1809 using the above method and it created the iso.i used Rufus to create bootable USB. Will I encounter any issues during installation? Or is there any possibility of an installation failure?
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       #17

    TairikuOkami said: View Post
    You can set it offline in the ISO before install, but it takes some work....
    I'd like to know 'Reserve Storage' location on C, but as I understand it is not that kind of space, like a folder or partition. So, I don't think I want to change something. If and when I clean install 1903 again, I'll try to see how it works and then decide.

    THANK YOU very much @TairikuOkami!!!

    My Best!
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    bagavan said: View Post
    I downloaded and created the latest version of 1809 using the above method and it created the iso.i used Rufus to create bootable USB. Will I encounter any issues during installation? Or is there any possibility of an installation failure?
    I don't think so. I never had any problem using Rufus.
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