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    Microsoft Windows 10 Professional (x64) Build 18363.900 (1909/November 2019 Update)
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    Matthew Wai said:
    "Win10_1903_V2_English_x64.iso" can be downloaded from https://tb.rg-adguard.net/dl.php?go=ef499747
    Thanks. Problem is I don't have a disk big enough for an iso. Is there a usb
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  2. Brink's Avatar
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro for Workstations build 21359
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       #401

    kitpzyxmsir said:
    Thanks. Problem is I don't have a disk big enough for an iso. Is there a usb
    You could use Option 1 in the tutorial in the first post to directly create a Windows 10 installation USB.

    If it upgrades to 1909, you can just uninstall KB4517245 as f14tomcat posted above for 1903 afterwards.
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  3. Matthew Wai's Avatar
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    kitpzyxmsir said:
    Thanks. Problem is I don't have a disk big enough for an iso. Is there a usb
    You need a USB stick whose capacity is no less than 5 GB.
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    Hi

    @kitpzyxmsir

    simply fetch the build you want from UUPDUMP -- there's around 1300 for you to choose from -unzip the downloaded file and run the script --it will create an iso for you which you can then use to install / upgrade windows.

    you can run the generated iso, copy to a DVD or create a bootable usb (use Rufus).


    Browse known builds - UUP dump

    cheers
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    Windows 10 Pro 64 2041
       #404

    Install to hard drive


    Now that microsoft install wims are over 4gb, how do you install to hard drive as in "Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable Rescue Disk".
    Do you follow instructions for "Create bootable USB installer if install.wim is greater than 4GB ".
    I tried formating partition to ntfs but it wouldn't boot. The only other way i have seen is to extract Your version of Win 10 from install.wim and then replace it. "https://www.dell.com/support/article/au/en/aubsd1/sln313422/windows-10-iso-contains-wim-file-that-is-big-for-fat32-file-system?lang=en".
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    red61 said:
    Now that microsoft install wims are over 4gb, how do you install to hard drive as in "Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable Rescue Disk".
    Do you follow instructions for "Create bootable USB installer if install.wim is greater than 4GB ".
    I tried formating partition to ntfs but it wouldn't boot. The only other way i have seen is to extract Your version of Win 10 from install.wim and then replace it. "https://www.dell.com/support/article/au/en/aubsd1/sln313422/windows-10-iso-contains-wim-file-that-is-big-for-fat32-file-system?lang=en".
    MCT (Media Creation Tool) downloads the ESD version of the WIM, so it is much smaller, and will make it onto a thumb drive.

    Option # 1 in this Tut.
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  7. Matthew Wai's Avatar
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       #406

    red61 said:
    I tried formating partition to ntfs but it wouldn't boot.
    If you want to boot a PC from a USB device with an NTFS partition containing a Windows ISO file, see what I did in this post: Win10XPE - Build Your Own Rescue Media
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  8. inwell's Avatar
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    Win10 Pro
       #407

    Little curious...

    Do I need two separate USB drives to create bootable media for the UEFI system and Legacy Bios System?
    Is it possible to burn the USB / create a common bootable USB that will run on both the system types..? just selecting the Legacy or UEFI pre text in boot order?

    I have already downloaded ISO from the official MS site.

    Thank You
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  9. Brink's Avatar
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro for Workstations build 21359
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       #408

    inwell said:
    Little curious...

    Do I need two separate USB drives to create bootable media for the UEFI system and Legacy Bios System?
    Is it possible to burn the USB / create a common bootable USB that will run on both the system types..? just selecting the Legacy or UEFI pre text in boot order?

    I have already downloaded ISO from the official MS site.

    Thank You
    Hello inwell,

    No need to create two separate Windows 10 installation USB drives.

    Creating a USB using option one will allow you to use it to install with either UEFI or Legacy BIOS.
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  10. inwell's Avatar
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    Win10 Pro
       #409

    Brink said:
    Hello inwell,

    No need to create two separate Windows 10 installation USB drives.

    Creating a USB using option one will allow you to use it to install with either UEFI or Legacy BIOS.
    The first option is Windows Media Creation Tool..right? But as i mentioned earlier i have alredy downloaded 64 bit copy from MS server. This Media Creation tool makes me download ISO again... (
    Last edited by Brink; 05 Feb 2020 at 11:05.
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