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  1. cereberus's Avatar
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       #640

    BunnyJ said:
    If you had your files/folders unhidden the install.esd should be in this location: C:\$Windows.~BT\Sources

    It's been there every time I get an update and when I use @Kari tool it works fine.. just like it did with build 14383.

    If you need the ESD let me know.
    I was being too impatient ie looking for install.esd after immediately after download had completed - I assume the install.esd is created from the downloaded iso. After a few minutes file was there.
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  2. Kari's Avatar
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       #641

    Note   Note


    PLEASE NOTICE:

    The tool and the method in this tutorial work without issues with ESD file of the latest Insider Build 14385, released a few hours ago.
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  3. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #642

    Kari said:
    Note   Note


    PLEASE NOTICE:

    The tool and the method in this tutorial work without issues with ESD file of the latest Insider Build 14385, released a few hours ago.
    Yes they do! As always Kari, thanks!
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  4. Kari's Avatar
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       #643

    You are welcome :)
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  5. Kari's Avatar
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    Thread Starter
       #644

    Note   Note


    PLEASE NOTICE:

    The tool and the method in this tutorial work without issues with ESD file of the latest Insider Build 14388, released a few hours ago.
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  6. Posts : 185
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit v.1909
       #645

    Hello.
    I just completed my first attempt to create an ISO from an ESD file.
    I followed the instructions to the letter and then used Rufus 2.9.934 to burn the ISO to a 32GB USB flash drive.
    Then I attempted to boot from that flash drive and it displayed this message...

    ESD to ISO - Create Bootable ISO from Windows 10 ESD File-img_3230.jpg

    Any idea what is going on here? I'm doing this to get ready for the Anniversary Edition.
    Thanks.

    Correction: I did not disable my AV (BitDefender) before proceeding. How much of a difference would this make?
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  7. Posts : 485
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       #646

    dlwmacgregor said:
    Any idea what is going on here?
    Are you trying to upgrade or clean install?
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  8. Posts : 185
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit v.1909
       #647

    cyberrufus said:
    Are you trying to upgrade or clean install?
    Specifically I'm just trying to get some experience in doing this procedure. I've never made a bootable thumb drive before.
    When the time comes I will probably use it for a clean install.
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  9. Posts : 485
    Windows 10x64 17713
       #648

    You'll only need the bootable drive for a clean install. You can directly upgrade from the desktop with the ISO.
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  10. Posts : 185
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit v.1909
       #649

    cyberrufus said:
    You'll only need the bootable drive for a clean install. You can directly upgrade from the desktop with the ISO.
    Understood. Thanks for the info.
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