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    Windows 10
       #1350

    1: It's not an error, I'm trying to compile a version of the arm64 windows
    2: I used the uup to iso program from uup dump and it worked
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 20H2 Build 19042.906 (Branch: Release Preview)
       #1351

    FerdinandoPH said:
    1: It's not an error, I'm trying to compile a version of the arm64 windows
    2: I used the uup to iso program from uup dump and it worked
    I also recommend you always put your script you're gonna run in a root folder on any of your drives (eg. C:\UUPDUMP\) to keep paths short. And I also recommend that you exclude this folder from Antivirus Scanner so it does not interfere with the ISO-creation process. It'll run faster and there's less risk of something going wrong.

    I always do this myself too.
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    Windows 10 V1709
       #1352

    FerdinandoPH said:
    1: It's not an error, I'm trying to compile a version of the arm64 windows
    2: I used the uup to iso program from uup dump and it worked
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    I just downloaded and created the ARM64 ISO from UUPDUMP Build 19041.572.

    I could not do it for 19041.21.

    19041.84 ARM64 seems to be as far as I can get it to create the package for downloading.
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