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

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  1.    26 Jun 2016 #1

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


    Hi,

    From a local store, I have gotten an already-downloaded Windows 10 multiple editions installation ISO file and each edition of which is with both 32 and 64-bit versions and with either Arabic, French, or English user interface languages. I have copied it to a USB stick(flash drive) by using "Windows7-USB-DVD-Download-Tool-Installer-en-US"

    However, I couldn't upgrade my exiting Windows 7 Home 64-bit to Windows 10 Home 64-bit by using this media above since whenever trying to do so, I was faced with this error below, although the media contains both versions of 32 and 64-bit.

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    So, I had to boot from this media, and did a clean install, and while there I was able to select either, Arabic, English, or French language, any Windows 10 editions, and any windows version(64 or 32-bit).

    Windows 10 Media creation tool only allows me to download a Windows 10 single edition installation ISO file with either 32-bit, 64-bit or both, and with a single language?
    My windows 7 is Home premium 64-bit, which means I am only legal to upgrade to Windows 10 Home 64/32bit. However, I want a Windows 10 multiple editions installation ISO file for other purposes.
    How to get a Windows 10 Media creation tool OR another way allowing me to download a Windows 10 multiple editions installation ISO and each edition of which is with both versions(32 and 64-bit) and with more than one language.
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  2.    26 Jun 2016 #2

    Hadramawt said: View Post
    How to get a Windows 10 Media creation tool OR another way allowing me to download a Windows 10 multiple editions installation ISO and each edition of which is with both versions(32 and 64-bit) and with more than one language.
    You can't from Microsoft.
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       26 Jun 2016 #3

    Hadramawt said: View Post
    .....
    I want a Windows 10 multiple editions installation ISO file for other purposes.
    How to get a Windows 10 Media creation tool OR another way allowing me to download a Windows 10 multiple editions installation ISO and each edition of which is with both versions(32 and 64-bit) and with more than one language.
    Download Windows 10 Tech Bench Upgrade Program Documentation
    Extract the contents and read Creating an installation USB stick (PDF)

    Creating Multi-Architecture or Multi-Language USB Sticks
    For convenience, you can take a larger USB Stick and create several folders with each folder
    containing a specific architecture and language for Windows 10. This may reduce the number of
    USB sticks needed.
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  4.    27 Jun 2016 #4

    Slartybart said: View Post
    Download Windows 10 Tech Bench Upgrade Program Documentation
    Extract the contents and read Creating an installation USB stick (PDF)

    Creating Multi-Architecture or Multi-Language USB Sticks
    For convenience, you can take a larger USB Stick and create several folders with each folder
    containing a specific architecture and language for Windows 10. This may reduce the number of
    USB sticks needed.

    Thank you bot of you very much indeed,
    You mean that "Windows 10 Tech Bench Upgrade Program" can be working like MS Windows 10 Media creation tool does-- However, it will allow me to download the Windows 10 installation ISO file with all Editions, both visions, and more than one language.
    I hope you understand what Windows 10 installation ISO I need.
    Let me say it in other words.
    In a local store, I found an already-downloaded Windows 10 multiple editions installation ISO file and each edition of which is with both 32 and 64-bit versions and with either Arabic, French, or English user interface languages.

    When I have copied it to a USB stick(flash drive) by using "Windows7-USB-DVD-Download-Tool-Installer-en-US"
    And then, when I booted from it, I found I am prompted to choose one langauge from three lanagues, Arabic, English and French.
    When I did, then I was faced with select any edition of Windows 10 along with any version, 32 or 64-bit.
    The MS Windows 10 Media creation tool doesn't' allow me to do so. It only gives me to download one edition with one language, however, with either 32, 64-bit or both.
    How to get a Windows 10 Media creation tool OR another way allowing me to download a Windows 10 multiple editions installation ISO and each edition of which is with both versions(32 and 64-bit) and with more than one language.



    Secondly: When I tried to run that Windows 10 multiple editions installation media, and chose to upgrade my Windows 7 home 64-bit, I couldn't upgrade my exiting Windows 7 Home 64-bit to Windows 10 Home 64-bit by using this media above. Whenever trying to do so, I was faced with this error below, although the media contains both versions of 32 and 64-bit.
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       27 Jun 2016 #5

    Hadramawt said: View Post
    .....
    You mean that "Windows 10 Tech Bench Upgrade Program" can be working like MS Windows 10 Media creation tool does-- However, it will allow me to download the Windows 10 installation ISO file with all Editions, both visions, and more than one language.
    .....
    Whenever trying to do so, I was faced with this error below, although the media contains both versions of 32 and 64-bit.
    No, not really. You have to build your own Thumb drive with multiple ISOs.

    The Techbench ISO does have both Pro and Home on each bit-depth ISO, so that makes it a little easier.
    The scripts are in the documentation compressed folder you downloaded to read the guide.

    ISO#1 - Arabic, 32-bit
    ISO#2 - French, 32-bit
    ISO#3 - English, 32-bit

    ISO#4 - Arabic, 64-bit
    ISO#5 - English, 64-bit
    ISO#6 - French, 64-bit


    Then following the Techbench guide: Creating Multi-Architecture or Multi-Language USB Sticks

    You'll have 6 folders on the USB
    Win10x32_Arabic
    Win10x32_EngUS
    Win10x32_French

    Win10x64_Arabic
    Win10x64_EngUS
    Win10x64_French


    I think you forgot to post the error.
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  6.    27 Jun 2016 #6

    Slartybart said: View Post
    No, not really. You have to build your own Thumb drive with multiple ISOs.

    The Techbench ISO does have both Pro and Home on each bit-depth ISO, so that makes it a little easier.
    The scripts are in the documentation compressed folder you downloaded to read the guide.

    ISO#1 - Arabic, 32-bit
    ISO#2 - French, 32-bit
    ISO#3 - English, 32-bit

    ISO#4 - Arabic, 64-bit
    ISO#5 - English, 64-bit
    ISO#6 - French, 64-bit


    Then following the Techbench guide: Creating Multi-Architecture or Multi-Language USB Sticks

    You'll have 6 folders on the USB
    Win10x32_Arabic
    Win10x32_EngUS
    Win10x32_French

    Win10x64_Arabic
    Win10x64_EngUS
    Win10x64_French

    Thanks a lot,

    Note, the Windows 10 installation ISO file already downloaded by a store owner have all editions, home, pro, and others with both 32 and 64bit, and A, E, F languages.

    I have downloaded the "TechBench_2015-08-19_2100"
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    and this insides it
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    However, so far, I don't have any Windows 10 installation ISO files already downloaded. I don't know how to get starting.
    From where can I download the Windows 10 installation ISO files(ISO#1 - Arabic, 32-bit, ISO#2 - French, 32-bit, ISO#3 - English, 32-bit, ISO#4 - Arabic, 64-bit, ISO#5 - English, 64-bit, ISO#6 - French, 64-bit) to build them as multiple ISOs using "TechBench_2015-08-19_2100"??????
    I can use MS Windows 10 Media creation tool to download a different 10 installation ISO file in each time, and then using "TechBench_2015-08-19_2100" to build them as one as multiple ISOs !!!!!!!!!


    I think you forgot to post the error.
    While in Windows 7 home 64-bit, and whenever I inserting the Windows 10 multi editions installation media with 32 and 64-bit, to do upgrade, then this error shownhave you seen the screen shot below)
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       27 Jun 2016 #7

    Ah, I see.

    The dialog window is asking for a disc marked 64-bit?. I'm not sure what was in the ISO that you got from the store, so it's impossible for me to answer the question, other than "No, I've never seen that message".

    It sounds as though it is a custom Preinstallation Environment(PE) disc.
    Mount the ISO on the Win10 machine (clean install mentioned in post 1)
    -- double click the ISO file - it opens in an explorer window
    Post a screen shot of the top most directory

    Navigate to Sources
    Post a screen shot of Sources

    Open install.wim with 7-zip
    7-zip should be in the Right click context menu, you should be able pick archive form the sub-menu
    Post a screen shot of the expanded wim file


    To download the ISOs from techbench:
    Scroll down on this page to Windows 10 ISO Downloads
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    Then one at a time, download the bit-depth and language you need.
    Edition: Windows 10
    Language: Arabic, English US, or French
    [ 32-bit ] or [ 64-bit ]


    Download
    Windows 10, English 32-bit
    Windows 10, English 64-bit

    I changed it so you don't have to download 6 ISOs - I think the languages are in the wim and you'll only have to change the answer file.

    I'll stop here - let me know when you have all of the ISOs you need downloaded

    I need to check some things it might take me a while, please be patient while I research the Techbench instructions
    - at least but you'll have the ISOs
    Last edited by Slartybart; 28 Jun 2016 at 01:27.
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  8.    28 Jun 2016 #8

    Slartybart said: View Post
    Ah, I see.

    The dialog window is asking for a disc marked 64-bit?. I'm not sure what was in the ISO that you got from the store, so it's impossible for me to answer the question, other than "No, I've never seen that message".

    It sounds as though it is a custom Preinstallation Environment(PE) disc.
    Mount the ISO on the Win10 machine (clean install mentioned in post 1)
    -- double click the ISO file - it opens in an explorer window
    Post a screen shot of the top most directory
    Thanks a lot,
    First of all, Is MS Edge browser NOT compatible with Windows 10 forums, I am facing a problem uploading files to this forum.
    If that Windows 10 mulit editions installation media doesn't' have 64bit, then why when I booted from this media, and select a custom install(a clean install), I was able to select either, Arabic, English, or French language, then any Windows 10 editions, and any windows version(64 or 32-bit).
    However, while in exiting windows 7 64-bit or even windows 10-64-bit, and running that media, and run the setup, I was faced with that error asking to "insert a installation disc which says 64-bit"
    This is the screen shot for the top most directory:

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    Navigate to Sources
    Post a screen shot of Sources
    These are all what are in Sources:

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    Open install.wim with 7-zip
    7-zip should be in the Right click context menu, you should be able pick archive form the sub-menu
    Post a screen shot of the expanded wim file
    Do you want me to open 'install.wim' which is in the ISO file opened with an explorer window? There is no "install.wim" at all.



    To download the ISOs from techbench:
    Scroll down on this page to Windows 10 ISO Downloads
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    Then one at a time, download the bit-depth and language you need.
    Edition: Windows 10
    Language: Arabic, English US, or French
    [ 32-bit ] or [ 64-bit ]


    Download
    Windows 10, English 32-bit
    Windows 10, English 64-bit

    I changed it so you don't have to download 6 ISOs - I think the languages are in the wim and you'll only have to change the answer file.

    I'll stop here - let me know when you have all of the ISOs you need downloaded

    I need to check some things it might take me a while, please be patient while I research the Techbench instructions
    - at least but you'll have the ISOs
    Why did you changed your mind by saying I'll only need to download:
    Could you be a little bit more patient with me here, and answer my points below?

    1- In the MS Windows 10 Media Creation, I can download any editions with both versions 32 and 64 bit at one download . So, If the languages are in the wim and I'll only have to change the answer file, and if each ISO does have both Pro and Home, I would only need to download one ISO file. As a result, why I will need to download two ISO, Windows 10 English 32-bit and Windows 10 English 64-bit.

    2- I can since via the Windows 10 Tech Bench, I'll need to download any edition with only one version 32 or 64bit( one at a time). However, with MS Windows 10 Media creation, I can download any editions with both versions 32 and 64 bit at one download. So, I will use Windows Media creation instead of Tech Bench.

    3- As long as the languages are in the wim and I'll only have to change the answer file, why did you tell me I'll need to be downloading only Windows 10, English 32-bit
    Windows 10, English 64-bit(i.e. why did you not say other langage (Windows 10, French 32-bit and Windows 10, French 64-bit)

    4- In the MS Windows 10 Media Creation, I can only select to download one edition at a time.(Windows 10 Home, Home N, Home Single Language, Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Pro N)
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    As a result, why do you tell me to only download 'Windows 10, English 32-bit and Windows 10, English 64-bit"? If I am going to build a Windows 10 multi edition installation media, I'll need at least to download all editions of Windows 10(Windows 10 Home, Home N, Home Single Language, Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Pro N)

    5- To download the ISOs from techbench, What is meant with "Windows 10 editions below are valid for both Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Professional."

    6- To download the ISOs from techbench, when selecting the edition "Windows 10", and then confirming, then I am asked to 'Select the product language'. So, I think I will need to get three Windows 10 ISO files downloaded with a different language in each time(A, E, F) if I am going to build multiple editions installation with A, E, F language)

    7- 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 I Windows 10 installation ISO files can support 'resume possibility' download the ISO files with any internet downloading manger programs, such IDM. I don't need to download ISO from the scratch if electricity outage occurs.
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       28 Jun 2016 #9

    Hadramawt said: View Post
    Do you want me to open 'install.wim' which is in the ISO file opened with an explorer window? There is no "install.wim" at all.
    There is an install.esd file.
    Right click that file, 7-zip>archive to open


    Hadramawt said: View Post
    1- In the MS Windows 10 Media Creation, I can download any editions with both versions 32 and 64 bit at one download . So, If the languages are in the wim and I'll only have to change the answer file, and if each ISO does have both Pro and Home, I would only need to download one ISO file. As a result, why I will need to download two ISO, Windows 10 English 32-bit and Windows 10 English 64-bit.
    Do you not need Pro & Home in both 32-bit & 64-bit? That is what I thought you needed.

    The last MCT I downloaded in early June did had two indices in the wim file (Pro & Home - both x64)


    Hadramawt said: View Post
    2- I can since via the Windows 10 Tech Bench, I'll need to download any edition with only one version 32 or 64bit( one at a time). However, with MS Windows 10 Media creation, I can download any editions with both versions 32 and 64 bit at one download. So, I will use Windows Media creation instead of Tech Bench.
    Please verify that you do get 32-bit and 64-bit in the ISO downloaded.


    Hadramawt said: View Post
    3- As long as the languages are in the wim and I'll only have to change the answer file, why did you tell me I'll need to be downloading only Windows 10, English 32-bit
    Windows 10, English 64-bit(i.e. why did you not say other language (Windows 10, French 32-bit and Windows 10, French 64-bit)
    I had to choose one, right? If I chose French, you would ask me why I chose French and not one of the others.
    It could have been any one of the languages, but if I have to look at things, it's easier for me to read English.


    Hadramawt said: View Post
    4- In the MS Windows 10 Media Creation, I can only select to download one edition at a time.(Windows 10 Home, Home N, Home Single Language, Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Pro N)
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    As a result, why do you tell me to only download 'Windows 10, English 32-bit and Windows 10, English 64-bit"? If I am going to build a Windows 10 multi edition installation media, I'll need at least to download all editions of Windows 10(Windows 10 Home, Home N, Home Single Language, Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Pro N)
    That was not the scope when I began helping you with your project or perhaps I didn't understand what you wanted to do. This is a lot of work, trying to figure out the best way to help you and have to rethink things as it becomes more complex.

    I did mention that I had to research some things ...


    Hadramawt said: View Post
    5- To download the ISOs from techbench, What is meant with "Windows 10 editions below are valid for both Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Professional."
    IT means both Pro and Home are included in the ISO. The media built from the ISO can be used to upgrade or service either edition. That's part of what I was looking at. The other piece was languages.

    Hadramawt said: View Post
    6- To download the ISOs from techbench, when selecting the edition "Windows 10", and then confirming, then I am asked to 'Select the product language'. So, I think I will need to get three Windows 10 ISO files downloaded with a different language in each time(A, E, F) if I am going to build multiple editions installation with A, E, F language)
    That's what I was originally thinking, but changed my mind. It will take me some time to figure out a good way to make all of the pieces fit.


    Hadramawt said: View Post
    7- 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 I Windows 10 installation ISO files can support 'resume possibility' download the ISO files with any internet downloading manger programs, such IDM. I don't need to download ISO from the scratch if electricity outage occurs.
    That I cannot answer. Many download manager will restart.

    I think it might be faster to figure out how to create a 64-bit disc or USB thumbdrive form the IOS you got from the store than to spend time on this EVERY possible edition and bit-depth single ISO monster project. It would only be conceivable if there are multiple languages in the ISO (driven by an answer file)
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  10.    29 Jun 2016 #10

    Slartybart said: View Post
    There is an install.esd file.
    Right click that file, 7-zip>archive to open
    Thanks a lot,
    Here is:
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    Do you not need Pro & Home in both 32-bit & 64-bit? That is what I thought you needed.

    The last MCT I downloaded in early June did had two indices in the wim file (Pro & Home - both x64)

    1- Yes, I need Pro & Home in both 32 and 64-bit. However, this needs me to download tow ISO files, one with 32-bit, and another with 64-bit if I am going to download the ISO files with Tech Bench. However with MS Windows Media Creation Tool, I can download one ISO file since both Pro and Home are included in the ISO, and also both 32-bit and 64-bit can be selected to be both included. The media built from the ISO downloaded from MS Windows Media Creation Tool can be used to upgrade or service either edition with either (32 or 64-bit).

    2- NOTE: I see that Windows 10 (or even other Windows 7) installation Media have multi editions with both 32 and 64-bit and with three display languages(A, E, F) while booting from it.

    3- You don't tell me what to do with the language shown in the display language while booting from Windows media- I can download ISO for each language???.



    Please verify that you do get 32-bit and 64-bit in the ISO downloaded.
    1- Yes, there are there options, to download only 32-bit, 64-bit or both while running MS Windows Media Creation Tool(screen shot below)

    2- With MS Windows Media Creation Tool, I can download any one edition with the possibility with selecting both 32 and 64-bit to be included in the edition. However, the disadvantage with MS Windows Media Creation Tool, that Home and Pro are not included in the ISO downloaded.

    3- Could you please verify that the ISO to be downloaded by Tech Bench can include Home and Pro editions?

    4- Could you please verify that ISO to be downloaded by Tech Bench can include 32 and 64-bit in any one edition.


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    That was not the scope when I began helping you with your project or perhaps I didn't understand what you wanted to do. This is a lot of work, trying to figure out the best way to help you and have to rethink things as it becomes more complex.

    I did mention that I had to research some things ...
    In that ISO file gotten from the store owner, ISO was pre-created to have multi editions with both 32 and 64-bit, and with three display languages. However, for me, if you could help me to create a Windows media having Home and Pro with both 32 and 64 bit, and three display languages shown while installing from the media, it would be OK





    That I cannot answer. Many download manager will restart.
    I mean if the Windows 10 ISO downloads made with Internet Download manager, then downloads can be resume? I think resume depends on the website from which the file is downloaded. With MS Windows Media Creation Tool, ISO to be downloaded cannot be resume. If there is electricity outage occurs, then I should run the tool again and being from the scratch.

    I think it might be faster to figure out how to create a 64-bit disc or USB thumbdrive form the IOS you got from the store than to spend time on this EVERY possible edition and bit-depth single ISO monster project. It would only be conceivable if there are multiple languages in the ISO (driven by an answer file)
    I did this, and this the media I used to install a clean installation of Windows 10. However, to do upgrade, I was faced that I should run other media saying 64-bit(as mentioned in the very first comment from this post of mine), although my Windows 7 to be upgraded was 64-bit. However, when booting from the media and did a clean install, I succeeded.
    Also, I want to know how to build such a Windows 10 or even 7 multi editions installation media?
    Yes there are multiple languages in the ISO, how to do like that in my own Windows 10 multi installation media?
    Last edited by Hadramawt; 01 Jul 2016 at 21:47.
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