How to build a multi-boot USB under UEFI

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    I believe microsoft still offer a few gb free on onedrive. Others do too. Onedrive is probably easiest, if 5gb free is enough.

    I think Mega does 50gb free.
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    SIW2 said:
    I believe microsoft still offer a few gb free on onedrive. Others do too. Onedrive is probably easiest, if 5gb free is enough.

    I think Mega does 50gb free.
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    Thanks for the information. However, it is not really about cost. I am very wary about using the InterWeb, so "cloud storage" is something I have no interest in.
    @Kyhi I am still digesting your last post and will reply back as soon as I can.
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    I made a sample x64 version of Win10XPE.. I believe it will allow you do the same tasks as your preferred software above..
    Download (Mega link is a 962MB ISO) and Mount The ISO > Copy The Contents of the ISO to a Fat32 Formatted USB Stick
    Boot your PC from the USB
    Code:
    https://mega.nz/#!fGYlhaJY!2IRLh6nB5yt4LGniiUynT9ZufKi-73_1ArUP7RUZbE8
    I have used many cloud services throughout this forum and I have Found MEGA Cloud Services to be best suited for my extensive file hosting requirements
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  5. Posts : 14
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    @Kyhi

    I tried building my own USB using your article. However, it keeps throwing an error that it needs Windows 10 build 16299 and stating that my Windows 10 build is only 15063. I know this is impossible because I have just spent the last 2 hours downloading the latest release ISO from Microsoft, using their own official media creation tool.

    How do I get your USB creation tool to accept my Windows 10 ISO?
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  6. Posts : 3,847
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    You need to select your SOURCE on the Opening Interface
    The Topic and Downloaded package includes a HOW TO
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    Kyhi said:
    You need to select your SOURCE on the Opening Interface
    The Topic and Downloaded package includes a HOW TO
    I did that several times. To be clear, I mounted the Windows ISO to a virtual DVD and pointed your tool to that as the source.
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    Does the Media -ISO have a Sources/Install.wim - as you can not use media with an install.esd
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    Kyhi said:
    Does the Media -ISO have a Sources/Install.wim - as you can not use media with an install.esd
    Yes, it has the following file: "N:\sources\install.wim"

    N: being my virtual DVD drive.
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    you should be able to point to N:\ as your source
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