Windows 10: Extract A Single Version from All-in-One ISO Solved

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  1. Night Hawk's Avatar
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    W10 Pro x64/W7 Ultimate x64 dual boot main - W10 Pro Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64 - remote pc
       30 Aug 2015 #11

    Mark Phelps said: View Post
    Have not seen any MS references to their ISOs that call any of them All-in-Ones. Where you DO see such references is on pirate board where folks have crafted thing like 16-in-1 versions. Problem with using ANY of these is you do not KNOW what's in them. Maybe they're clean and just compilations; but maybe, they're NOT. Much better course of action is to use Official ISOs from MS. You know what you're getting when you do that.
    That was seen back when 7 was new where you could unlock all editions by following a guide at SF! But when going somewhere else to examine other so called downloads people were going for ""out in the wild" malwares were detected and people were warned to stay legit!

    With the genuine article being a free upgrade offer from Microsoft directly who wants anything tampered with? Going for the "Real Deal" makes for common sense. Take advantage of doing it the right way to see working results!
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    Windows 10 Home x86
    Thread Starter
       02 Sep 2015 #12

    Well thanks for the replies guys. I have checked with VAIO and they say that to stay in Win 8.1 till November as they are still testing drivers for Windows 10. So by that time, I'll download a fresh Win 10 x64 ISO. So thanks.
    P.S. For all who come in search for answers to this thread.
    Solution : You can't extract a single version from an AIO ISO. Download a fresh copy.
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  3. Night Hawk's Avatar
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    W10 Pro x64/W7 Ultimate x64 dual boot main - W10 Pro Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64 - remote pc
       02 Sep 2015 #13

    Well that's what I was pointing out at the top of the thread. You are always better off going with each separately and as you go through the options you can also rename the ISO image being downloaded for each flavor(32 or 64bit) of 10 as well as the edition. Instead of simply seeing "Windows.iso" downloaded and saved to a folder you can rename that when browsing for the location to save it to to something like "Windows 10 Home or Pro x86 or x64.iso" still keeping the 3 digit file extension unchanged! There is also a 5th option as far as the editions are concerned regarding the 10 Home Single Language iso rather then the rest which see the language packs stashed into the $Windows~BT folder upon tending to the upgrade itself when that and even the ~WS folder for the 64bit flavor holding the set up files are created.
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