How to download a Windows 10 multiple editions installation ISO file?

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  1. Kyhi's Avatar
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    Hadramawt said:
    1- in Media creation tool, Why have you selected 64-bit, however, there is 'both' option?
    It is only an example image - you can select what you need.
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    Slartybart said:
    It is only an example image - you can select what you need.
    Thanks a lot,


    1- When I downloaded the Media creation Tool from that link mentioned by Kyhi, and run the tool, I found this error, although I was connected to the internet and there was internet access

    Attachment 89509

    2- from my experience, I noticed when MTC was interrupted since an electricity outage occurs , then the MCT was NOT capable of restarting where it left off... The MTC starts downloading from the scratch. So, I think you are wrong.

    3- Looking at that second link for Adding Multilingual Support to Windows Setup, I didn't find any steps to show me how to do Windows 10 installation Multilingual Media. So, do you have any tutorial to do so?
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    Kyhi said:
    Thanks a lot,
    Kyhi, you have mentioned to this in your ealirer link
    try this tool download > https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/windows10

    So, why have you mentioned to Media Creation Tool again?
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    Hadramawt said:
    Thanks a lot,

    1- When I downloaded the Media creation Tool from that link mentioned by Kyhi, and run the tool, I found this error, although I was connected to the internet and there was internet access

    Attachment 89509

    2- from my experience, I noticed when MTC was interrupted since an electricity outage occurs , then the MCT was NOT capable of restarting where it left off... The MTC starts downloading from the scratch. So, I think you are wrong.

    3- Looking at that second link for Adding Multilingual Support to Windows Setup, I didn't find any steps to show me how to do Windows 10 installation Multilingual Media. So, do you have any tutorial to do so?
    1- Not sure, Google the error code might find the answer or you can try downloading a fresh copy of the MCT, then run that new download MCT amd try to download the ISO of your choice.

    2- I'll take your word for it, I thought it would restart.

    3-https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/hardware/commercialize/manufacture/desktop/add-multilingual-support-to-windows-setup
    What you're attempting is a one-off project - meaning it isn't something lots of people would do. There is no TenForums tutorial, the MSDN link is the only step-by-step tutorial that exists.

    Maybe you should start smaller - download one bit depth, one edition, one language, and try the steps on the MSDN multi language page

    if you get that done, everything might be clearer
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    Slartybart said:

    2- I'll take your word for it, I thought it would restart.
    Thanks a lot,
    As said before in my home country, there is an electricity outage occurs after each five hours a day, and as long as the Windows 10 ISO files are too larger to be downloaded by my internet speed of 512kbps, do you think that server having the Windows 10 installation ISO files can support 'resume capability ' . I don't need to download ISO from the scratch if electricity outage occurs.

    So, I am expecting that to download the ISOs from techbench, then the server will support resume capability, So, with the Internet Download Manager, I will download it and if there is an electricity outage occurs, then I will resume it again until it complete.
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    Depends on the download manager....
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    Kyhi said:
    Depends on the download manager....
    Thanks a lot,
    No at all. Download manager will only capture the file link from the sever on which file is uploaded. So, It depends on server itself if it can support resume downloading file or not. I am using Internet Download Manager IDM.
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    Kyhi said:
    you are using an older version of the media tool...

    the new media has a multi-index install.esd = index 1 Pro, index 2 Home/core

    try this tool download > https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/windows10

    you could also mount the install.esd and add language packs

    https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/win...-windows-setup
    Could you please be more patient with me here?
    I have gotten the MCT which will allow me to download ISO file to do a Multi-Arch single-language setup media...
    However, from where I can get install.esd
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    Hadramawt said:
    Could you please be more patient with me here?
    I have gotten the MCT which will allow me to download ISO file to do a Multi-Arch single-language setup media...
    However, from where I can get install.esd
    Mount the ISO and in the File Explorer search box type

    ext:esd install

    I think there are two folders (x86 and x64) in the ISO when you download both bit-depths in one download.

    The search
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