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  1. Burgurne's Avatar
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       #60

    Kari said:
    badrobot said:
    Burgurne said:
    I'm sorry, but I have a new problem.

    I got the files in the places you write in the tutorial, and using the downloaded program to change ESD to an bootable ISO works fine. But .... when trying to install from this new .ISO I ran into missing files in the install process!! The original downloaded file from Microsoft is 4.100.497.408 bytes, and the ISO-file created is 3.981.209.600 bytes. As I'm from Denmark, I choose Danish keyboard layout and Danish currency aso in the install process. Maybe something is missing, when selecting something else than English?


    If you are using USB, try burning the ISO to DVD (use imgburn program). I had the same problem. Although I did not try Re-making the USB installer, the DVD installer worked well in just one go. It's probably just a corrupted USB but you can try again. If you want to try burning the ISO, be sure to do it at low speed (x8) to avoid errors.
    +1.

    To be sure I tested now with 9860 x64 EN-US ISO created as told in this tutorial, burned to USB, selecting formats: Denmark, keyboard: Danish. No issues.
    Also to be sure I tested now with 9860 x64 EN-US ISO created as told in this tutorial, burned to USB, selecting formats: Denmark, keyboard: Danish. No issues.[/QUOTE]

    Tried one more time, same thing happend, some files are missing and install abort.
    Burned the image to a dvd DL to try this way. Again install aborted with the same error of missing files. The original downloaded .ISO do work:
    Windows10TechnicalPreview-x64-EN-US.iso 4.100.497.408 bytes created 01-Oct-2014
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  2. Kari's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
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       #61

    Try to create a new ISO, it might be your ISO is somewhat corrupted. I cannot reproduce your issue, having no problems. I have repeated the process several times now, creating a new ISO of build 9860 as told in this tutorial and I cannot get it fail.
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  3. dencal's Avatar
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    W10 Pro + W10 Preview
       #62

    I have the above problem inasmuch that I cannot upgrade....I can find all of your info except the deletion of
    2.) Delete the file C:\$UPG$PBR.MARKER (system file, UAC asks your permission, click OK to accept deletion), close the Explorer.
    How can I find this...I have all hidden files showing...but cannot find this.
    Any help would be appreciated.
    Last edited by Brink; 25 Oct 2014 at 17:33. Reason: removed quote of entire tutorial
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  4. Kari's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
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       #63

    dencal said:
    I can find all of your info except the deletion of
    2.) Delete the file C:\$UPG$PBR.MARKER (system file, UAC asks your permission, click OK to accept deletion), close the Explorer.

    How can I find this...I have all hidden files showing...but cannot find this.
    Any help would be appreciated.
    As the file should be deleted in any case, it's no big deal if it is missing. If the marker file is not there then it does not need to deleted :).
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  5. BunnyJ's Avatar
    Posts : 22,728
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #64

    Just a fast report:
    Thanks Kari for this thread, I tired it and I was able to install Win10TP 9680 from the ISO I created(Clean Install).
    It works just fine and I didn't have a single issue, so far. In fact this is the best version yet.

    Again, Thanks.
    Jeff
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  6. dencal's Avatar
    Posts : 3,045
    W10 Pro + W10 Preview
       #65

    Kari.
    Have a problem...I cannot delete the quoted "C" folders because I don't have administrator permission rights...as I am the only user surely I am the administrator....do pardon my lack of expertise, as without knowing how I have come to a full stop....any tips?
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  7. Burgurne's Avatar
    Posts : 476
    Windows 10 Pro
       #66

    Kari said:
    Try to create a new ISO, it might be your ISO is somewhat corrupted. I cannot reproduce your issue, having no problems. I have repeated the process several times now, creating a new ISO of build 9860 as told in this tutorial and I cannot get it fail.
    Yep, now it works. A new ISO, but the new ISO is still smaller than the original downloaded (as written earlier). I don't care though as it is now working :)

    Thank you for being patient with me :)
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  8. Kari's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
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       #67

    dencal said:
    Kari.
    Have a problem...I cannot delete the quoted "C" folders because I don't have administrator permission rights...as I am the only user surely I am the administrator....do pardon my lack of expertise, as without knowing how I have come to a full stop....any tips?
    You do realize that the instructions in post #49 , including the instructions to delete those two folders on C: drive are only for those who have upgraded Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 Technical Preview? This should be as is clearly told in post #49. Something in your previous post made me wonder if this is your case.

    If you have a clean install of Windows 10 Build 9841 and now failed to upgrade to Build 9860 those instructions do not apply to you.

    Anyway, click Continue ​to accept deletion when Windows UAC (User Access Control) tells you you need to provide administrator rights.
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  9. sgage's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro (Build 18362.418)
       #68

    Kari said:
    OK geeks, the results of all day extensive but still only preliminary testing. Your results, comments and opinions are highly valuated :).


    • Windows 8.1 in-place upgraded to Windows 10 TP Build 9841:
      • C:\RecoveryImage folder has the build 9841 install.wim file after upgrade to Windows 10 TP
      • When this setup is further upgraded to Build 9860, the C:\RecoveryImage folder has the build 9860 install.wim file after upgrade

    • Clean install of Windows 10 TP Build 9841
      • C:\RecoveryImage folder has the build 9841 install.esd file
      • When this setup is further upgraded to Build 9860, the C:\RecoveryImage folder has the build 9860 install.esd file after the upgrade


    i
    Just one more data point: I did an in-place upgrade of Windows 7 Home Premium to 9841, and an in-place upgrade of 9841 to 9860. I had the Install.wim in c:\RecoveryImage. The ESDtoIso tool had no trouble making an iso file from it.
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  10. Kari's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #69

    sgage said:
    Just one more data point: I did an in-place upgrade of Windows 7 Home Premium to 9841, and an in-place upgrade of 9841 to 9860. I had the Install.wim in c:\RecoveryImage. The ESDtoIso tool had no trouble making an iso file from it.
    Great news! Have you tested the ISO, that it works?
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