how to add update to windows iso

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  1. Posts : 63
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    how to add update to windows iso


    Hi, how can we add an update to the windows iso? I want it to install silently in the background to automatically install it after the format, as in the picture.Resim Yukle - Hızlı Resim - Resim Upload - Resmim.Net
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  2. TairikuOkami's Avatar
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    Windows Home Dev 21xxx x64
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    NTLite for example.
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  3. Paul Black's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro 64-bit v1909 - Build 18363 Custom ISO Install
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    Hello @eskehacettepe,

    eskehacettepe said:
    Hi, how can we add an update to the windows iso? I want it to install silently in the background to automatically install it after the format, as in the picture.Resim Yukle - Hızlı Resim - Resim Upload - Resmim.Net

    There are a couple of ways of achieving this. DISM is a more orthodox method . . .

    > Slipstream Windows 10: Integrate Updates with Original Setup Disk
    > Add Updates to a Windows Image
    > Use DISM to Slipstream Updates

    I hope this helps.
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  4. Posts : 63
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    How to prepare setupcomplete.cmd


    hi guys, can you prepare setupcomplete.cmd chrome winrar zoom adobe mozilla office 2010 x64 vlc team if i ask how can we do kmcpico licensing iso to windows iso i want to add update update to windows iso i can not do it in the background to automatically install after format, can you help you download the update as msu.
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  5. Paul Black's Avatar
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    Hello @eskehacettepe,

    OK, you first posted this in September 2020, and have since posted several threads, which have given you MANY answers, on the SAME topic asking for someone to actually write this and do it for you. You MUST have progressed to some extent!

    [1] What have you tried?
    [2] If it did NOT work, what were the ERROR messages?
    [3] Perhaps you can post the CODE with a description of what you have tried to resolve each of the ERRORS.
    [4] Post ANY additional information that is NOT already in ALL the other threads.

    I hope this helps.
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  6. Posts : 63
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    If you prepare it for this time, it would be setupcomplete.cmd, it gives a blue screen error in the format.how to add update to windows iso-maxresdefault.jpg
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  7. Paul Black's Avatar
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    Hello @eskehacettepe,

    This is an English based site. Please post ALL replies, information, and output, in English.

    If English is NOT your native language, then please change the default language to English and repost the information . . .

    > How to Add or Remove Language Packs and Change Display Language in Windows 10
    > How to Change Display Language in Settings to ENGLISH
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  8. Posts : 63
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    It is not really installed for me, after the format, I would like to request automatic setupcomplete.cmd for me this time if you do.

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    i'm down

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  9. Posts : 63
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    windows iso licensing


    Hi there, how can I license the windows iso
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  10. dalchina's Avatar
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    Do you have a PC you wish to upgrade (Win 7/8/10)? Or do you have a barebones PC (no O/S installed)?

    If you have no existing appropriate license of any form even for Win 7 or Win 8, you must buy a license from MS.

    If you have an appropriate Win 7 or Win 8 license available, you can clean install Win 10 and activate it with that. Tutorial available.

    Basic question: how are you planning to use the Win 10 iso file?
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