Windows 10: UUP to ISO - Create Bootable ISO from Windows 10 Build Upgrade Files  


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       20 Feb 2018 #1100

    johngalt said: View Post
    Awesome! Thanks again for your hard work!
    You are welcome :)
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       20 Feb 2018 #1101

    I just created an .ISO of 17604 from the Windows.old directory using the new UUP2ISO, and it is different(larger) by 39,358,464 bytes from the previous one I created (I think I used the old UUP2ISO v3.x, but cannot remember).

    Looks like this also fixes the wimlib issue, correct?
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       20 Feb 2018 #1102

    johngalt said: View Post
    I just created an .ISO of 17604 from the Windows.old directory using the new UUP2ISO, and it is different(larger) by 39,358,464 bytes from the previous one I created (I think I used the old UUP2ISO v3.x, but cannot remember).

    Looks like this also fixes the wimlib issue, correct?
    Correct. Posted by TC (and me) on previous page
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       20 Feb 2018 #1103

    Your post about the same size files with old and new tools confused me, hence my post.

    (I thought I had skipped the last page, but in fact your post on the last page is what made me make my post with the file size difference).
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       20 Feb 2018 #1104

    johngalt said: View Post
    Your post about the same size files with old and new tools confused me, hence my post.

    (I thought I had skipped the last page, but in fact your post on the last page is what made me make my post with the file size difference).
    Reported same differences in file sizes as TC. Oh, now I see, could be seen as files sizes are the same
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       20 Feb 2018 #1105

    Yup - in re-reading it I took it as you meant, instead of the way I first interpreted it.
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       20 Feb 2018 #1106

    johngalt said: View Post
    Yup - in re-reading it I took it as you meant, instead of the way I first interpreted it.
    That's why I use pictures!
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 v1803 Build 17134.228 (Branch: RS4 Release Preview)
       03 Mar 2018 #1107

    @Kari

    I like the return to direct script version of the tool more than the version where the scripts were packaged in an executable. Thanks for returning to the old way and just packaging all files in an executable installer. :)

    The latest tool v4.0 works flawlessly now. :)
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  9.    03 Mar 2018 #1108

    on some builds like 17112 when running the run.cmd I get vruntime errors( on upp to dump)
    what causes this, it wasn't happening on 17046 build.
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       03 Mar 2018 #1109

    pigpenz said: View Post
    on some builds like 17112 when running the run.cmd I get vruntime errors( on upp to dump)
    what causes this, it wasn't happening on 17046 build.
    I assume you are talking about UUP Dump Miniserver?

    If so, I have only added the video about it to this tutorial to assist our members in getting UUP upgrade files in case Windows Update fails to upgrade or for any other reason. Other than that, I do not have any deeper knowledge of its possible errors or bugs.

    If you have issues with UUP Dump Miniserver, you should register on GitLab and contact its makers: uup-dump / miniserver GitLab

    One tip: Every time, let me repeat it EVERY TIME you run UUP Dump, run update.cmd first. Only after running it, run the script itself (run.cmd).

    Kari
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