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  1. Kyhi's Avatar
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       #280

    v5.7 uses different crypto key

    edit > adds a second decryption key
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  2. jimbo45's Avatar
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       #281

    Hi guys

    If you want to take a risk try using the leaked 10159 ISO (WD) -- works fine --available from usual places.

    cheers
    jimbo
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  3. Posts : 93
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       #282

    Tested a few of Wzor's Twitter ESD and ISO mentions. At least one of the ESD didnt have the correct SHA1. You cant even tell for the ISO, naturally.

    I recommend you get the ESD, check the SHA1, if correct, use this tutorial with the (soon to be updated) decrypter to make your own ISO.
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  4. Kari's Avatar
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       #283

    loungebob said:
    File: esd-decrypter-wimlib-5.7z
    MD5: 9e432ac8aaa28fda99034b6e1afddbf9
    SHA1: 4b52e132b128e59cf70fd74a8e576b8704d23c7e

    I'll wait for Kari to post the tool.
    That's even newer I have :).

    Give me an hour or so.
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  5. Kari's Avatar
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       #284

    OK geeks!

    information   Information
    The download link in the tutorial now lets you select one of two tools, the ESDtoISO converter for Build 10130 and older, and the new ESDtoISO for build 10158 and later. Be sure to download the new tool if converting Build 10158 or later ESD files to ISO images!

    The new tool is based on the Decrypter script version 5.7. All credits in the
    ESDtoISO Read Me.rtf file.
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  6. simrick's Avatar
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       #285

    jimbo45 said:
    Hi guys

    If you want to take a risk try using the leaked 10159 ISO (WD) -- works fine --available from usual places.

    cheers
    jimbo
    I have 10158 + 10159 32bit on one drive if someone needs it pm me
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  7. simrick's Avatar
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       #286

    Kari said:
    OK geeks!

    information   Information
    The download link in the tutorial now lets you select one of two tools, the ESDtoISO converter for Build 10130 and older, and the new ESDtoISO for build 10158 and later. Be sure to download the new tool if converting Build 10158 or later ESD files to ISO images!

    The new tool is based on the Decrypter script version 5.7. All credits in the
    ESDtoISO Read Me.rtf file.
    Oh! Does this mean the ISO files I made won't work? Because I tried the 10158 I made and it booted fine and went into setup but I did not clean install, I canceled it.
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  8. Kari's Avatar
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       #287

    simrick said:
    Oh! Does this mean the ISO files I made won't work? Because I tried the 10158 I made and it booted fine and went into setup but I did not clean install, I canceled it.
    Yes they work :)

    The encryption keys used in the older tool were the issue; sometimes the tool / script worked with 10158 ESD file, sometimes not. If they worked and the ISO was created, the ISO is OK.

    The new tool has updated encryption keys and works every time with Build 10158 and later ESD files.
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  9. Kyhi's Avatar
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    Windows 3.1 to Windows 10
       #288

    depends on where you pulled the ESD from..

    Not all ESD's are encrypted - ESD is also a compression format

    If you do not receive a message of the decryption in process - then the ESD is not encrypted
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  10. Kyhi's Avatar
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    Windows 3.1 to Windows 10
       #289

    the first script only needed a second crypto key added
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