Windows 10: How to Download Creators Update ISO via MS w/o Media Creation Tool

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  1.    29 Aug 2018 #31

    How to download creators update ISO via MS w/o Media Creation Tool



    Open a new tab on Microsoft Edge.then Copy and paste this Microsoft support site link Download Windows 10 Disc Image (ISO File) in the address bar, and press Enter.after the Right-click on the page and select Inspect element.then Click on Emulation.
    Under “Mode”, change the user agent string to Apple Safari .Refresh the page if the browser doesn’t reload automatically.Select the edition of Windows 10 you want.
    Click the Confirm button.
    Pick your product language from the drop-down menu.
    then after Click the Confirm button.
    after Click the button to download the Windows 10 ISO to begin the process.
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  2.    07 Sep 2018 #32

    win 10 boot USB creation


    I downloaded the USB creation tool for my new DELL from the Microsoft website and followed the directions, it went through hours of updates and reboots but failed to create the recover image on the USB. I tried again and it again went through hours of updates and reboots which surprised me since it already had the updates. Still no boot USB. Why do they make it so hard? What am I missing? thanks
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       07 Sep 2018 #33

    akqj9 said: View Post
    I downloaded the USB creation tool for my new DELL from the Microsoft website and followed the directions, it went through hours of updates and reboots but failed to create the recover image on the USB. I tried again and it again went through hours of updates and reboots which surprised me since it already had the updates. Still no boot USB. Why do they make it so hard? What am I missing? thanks
    Welcome to TenForums @akqj9

    Do you mean you downloaded the Media Creation Tool from Get Windows 10 then ran it? If so, you must select 'Create installation media (USB flash drive, DVD, or ISO file) for another PC' before clicking 'Next'. If you don't you will upgrade your PC. Judging by the hours it took and the multiple restarts, sound like that's just what you did (twice).




    Create Bootable USB Flash Drive to Install Windows 10 | Windows 10 Tutorials
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  4. Posts : 12
    Windows 10 home 32 bit
       1 Week Ago #34

    Hi,

    trying to make in-place upgrade to try and repair some services issues I was unable to resolve.
    However the tool says it cannot be used for mu version or language of windows..

    Windows is 10.0.12134 Buld 17134 , in English.. X64

    Do I have to search a tool version to match with the windows version?
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