Windows 10: How to download a Windows 10 multiple editions installation ISO file?
Thanks a lot,
Could you please reply to me? With MCT, there is no resume capability. However, with downloading form Tech Bench, I think the server will allow resume capability.
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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Yes, but that "install.esd' will only have one language as long as it is included in a Multi-Arch single-language ISO file. So, I will need to edit it before append it again to the ISO image to create Multi-language ISO?
Yes, that's where this comes into play:
Add Multilingual Support to Windows Setup
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Electricity is a big problem in my own country. It is gone off after every 6 hours a day. So, I tried MCT to download ISO files. However, when there is electricity outage occurs, then the MCT is interrupted. And when I run it again, it started the download from the scratch, although the first run of downloading was with a progress of about 35%
As a result, with MCT, there is no resume capability. However, I am expecting that with downloading form Tech Bench, the server will allow resume capability.
As said before, resume capability is NOT at all related to an internet download manager program. However, the IDM program 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. So, if Tech Bench server will allow w resume capability, it is much better in my case to download ISO files via Tech Bench website mentioned before in one link of yours.
I think I've figured out what you need.
1) You need to create a multilanguage ISO - that has already been discussed above
2) You need a way to download the ISO you created and the download needs to be able to be restarted
You have determined that the Microsoft download sites do not restart.
Kyhi mentioned that this might be accomplished using a download manager - you used something that did not meet your needs.
Here is a link to reviews of different file hosting services. You will have to do your own research to find one that supports restarting a download. I don't know of one, but I think one of the serives in the list should have a restart option.
15 Top Free File Hosting Sites 2015 | Reviews and Ratings - The TechReader
You have all the pieces now:
1) create the multilanguage ISO
2) upload it to the file hosting service that supports restarting downloads
3) The people you are supporting will have to download the ISO form the service you chose
Thanks a lot,
I, myself, hadn't yet found any way to download the Windows 10 installation ISO file with resume capability to begin create Multi languages media. As said before, downloading Windows 10 installation ISO via MS Windows creation tool will not support resume capability. Also, resume capability is NOT at all related to an internet download manager program. However, the resume capability is related to the sever on which Windows 10 installation ISO files are uploaded. As a result, the IDM program 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 planning to use Internet Download Manager IDM to download the Windows 10 installation ISO files, however, the resume capability will depends on the service on which Windows 10 ISO files are uploaded. So, if Tech Bench server will allow a resume capability, it is much better in my case to download ISO files via Tech Bench website mentioned before in one link of yours. However, I don't know if Tech Bench website will allow resume capability or not.
However, I am only expecting that with downloading form Tech Bench, the server will allow resume capability.
Could anyone please reply to my last post?
Why is the link above unavailable?
When clicking now on the link above for Tech Bench, I found the page unavailable.
"We are sorry, the page you requested cannot be found.
The URL may be misspelled or the page you're looking for is no longer available."
MS has removed the Techbench page and replaced it with:
but the scripts that were on Techbench are not on that page.
If you did not download them when I posted the link, then I'm afraid there's nothing else I can help you with.
This might still be helpful though:
Here are Google results for download managers with restart
I and other members have given you everything that will help you get through your project. I don't have anything else and I'm repeating what has already been posted (with the exception of the Techbench page gone missing)
Best of luck,
Thanks a lot.
I downloaded the Download TechBench_2015-08-19_2100 when you posted the link, which has been a compressed file, containing the Windows 10 Tech Bench Upgrade Program Documentation, and I extracted the entire TechBench_2015-08-19_2100 contents, and I read Creating an installation USB stick (PDF)
However, there are other pdf files as shown in the which I don't understand where they are useful for creating Multi Creating Multi-Architecture or Multi-Language USB Sticks .
As a result, You think reading the "Creating an installation USB stick" pdf file is only useful in the TechBench_2015-08-19_2100 contents???
I think the "Add Multilingual Support to Windows Setup" tutorial is only a worth tutorial for creating Multi Creating Multi-Architecture or Multi-Language USB Sticks .
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