10158 to 10159 Upgrade Directly From the ISO File


  1. Posts : 982
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    10158 to 10159 Upgrade Directly From the ISO File


    This time I upgrade to 10159 directly from the ISO file. Download (µTorrent) the Torrent file 10159 X64 Pro from a major Torrent server. It is also available from Microsoft:
    Download Windows 10 Build 10159 ISO


    1) en_windows_10_pro_10159_x64_dvd
    2) Click on it to see the iso image file
    3) Right click on it and select MOUNT (see screen shot)
    4) Click on SETUP (see screen shot)

    Follow the process. That's it! Takes about 30 minutes and reboot 3 times. What's the next build?
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  2. Slartybart's Avatar
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    Win_8.1-Pro, Win_10.1607-Pro, Mint_17.3
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    MikeMecanic said:
    This time I upgrade to 10159 directly from the ISO file. Download (µTorrent) the Torrent file 10159 X64 Pro from a major Torrent server. It is also available from Microsoft:
    Neither the ISO or the ESD offered on that site is official Microsoft media
    Both are files uploaded to a cloud server by individuals.

    If you don’t trust this ISO, you can create your own ISO using the ESD file downloaded from Microsoft

    © Microsoft News 2014 - This website is dedicated to covering news from the largest software company in the world, but is not affiliated with Microsoft or its subsidiaries.
    I'm not sure why an ESD file placed on a cloud server is any more trustworthy than an ISO file placed on a cloud server. The fact that the article says downloaded from Microsoft doesn't make it any more Official - it only suggests that the file originated at Microsoft ... but this is the Internet - right? So how can you be sure the file wasn't changed in some way before being posted on the server?

    While it might be helpful, it might also be harmful - my standard advice is Always get it from the source
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  3. Kyhi's Avatar
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    Windows 3.1 to Windows 10
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    Thanks mike,

    Did it activate for you
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  4. Posts : 982
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    It was and it's still saying : Windows is Activated.

    Neither the ISO or the ESD offered on that site is official Microsoft media
    Both are files uploaded to a cloud server by individuals.
    The main file comes from Microsoft (Healthy File is shown). Also, it's pretty hard to find the last build since 10130. I can say that Win Ten builds are since it came out on a kind of open source manner: available to anyone who want's to try it.
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