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


  1. Posts : 14,077
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       03 Mar 2017 #170

    Fafhrd said: View Post
    Generally DISM has an unnecessarily long-winded syntax, often requiring the console to be widened to see the command on a single line, with a lot of hyphenated switches. Why "apply-image" instead of just "apply", for instance?
    I wonder what kind of resultions you are using if DISM command to apply Windows image does not fit on one line on your display:

    Code:
    Dism /apply-image /imagefile:X:\install.wim /index:1 /ApplyDir:C:\

    Kari
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  2. Posts : 1,927
    Windows 10 x86 14383 Insider Pro and Core 10240
       03 Mar 2017 #171

    I know, but sometimes paths to the location of wims and to the targets can be convoluted.

    I should be less lazy.
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  3. Posts : 3,193
    Windows 10 Pro x64 v1803 Build 17134.81 (Branch: RS4 Release Preview)
       03 Mar 2017 #172

    Here's something for you guys to test, who can't UUPtoISO atm. Extract the attached zip to your UUPtoISO root folder and execute ActionListParser.cmd before running UUPtoISO.cmd.

    I have written these tools just for testing purposes, the exe is not signed so your Windows might nag.

    ActionListParser.zip
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  4. Posts : 14,077
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       03 Mar 2017 #173

    Fafhrd said: View Post
    I know, but sometimes paths to the location of wims and to the targets can be convoluted.

    I should be less lazy.
    In 95% of all times I've applied a Windows image the source path has been a network share, X:\install.wim, and target C:\.

    Anyway, that's totally irrelevant and, if you let me say so, a completely invalid argument to use trying to show that wimlib-imagex is easier to use: you use the same target and source paths regardless if you are using DISM or wimlib-imagex.

    Or are you trying to tell us that if WIM file is located let's say in X:\DeploymentImages\Public\Windows\Version_1607\Enterprise\x64\EN-GB folder, you somehow need to use that path with DISM but don't have to use it with wimlib-imagex?
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  5. Posts : 1,927
    Windows 10 x86 14383 Insider Pro and Core 10240
       03 Mar 2017 #174

    imagex /apply d:\sources\install.wim 1 t:

    Dism /apply-image /imagefile:d:\sources\install.wim /index:1 /ApplyDir:t:


    Suit yourself, I know which I prefer :)

    And your example, Kari, demonstrates my point perfectly:

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  6. Posts : 33,775
    Triple boot - Win 10 Pro, Win 10 Pro Insider (2) - (and a sprinkling of VMs)
       03 Mar 2017 #175

    Well! Good news is that both the ESD and the mountain of Download files worked just fine in their respective scripts. Even in VMs.

    YMMV

    :)
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  7. Posts : 14,077
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       03 Mar 2017 #176

    I rest my case! My example DISM command is way shorter.
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  8. Posts : 14,077
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       03 Mar 2017 #177

    Note   Note

    PLEASE NOTICE:

    The tool and the method in this tutorial both work without issues with UUP upgrade files of the latest Insider Build 15048 released earlier today.

    Kari
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  • Posts : 3,193
    Windows 10 Pro x64 v1803 Build 17134.81 (Branch: RS4 Release Preview)
       03 Mar 2017 #178

    Yes so it does, but it might not work on next build ;-D
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  • Posts : 14,077
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       03 Mar 2017 #179

    slicendice said: View Post
    Yes so it does, but it might not work on next build ;-D
    I am sorry but I have some difficulties to understand your comment?

    I've tested making a few ISO images tonight from build 15048 UUP upgrade and wanted to continue the same tradition I've had in ESD to ISO tutorial since beginning, and here since UUP upgrade was introduced by posting a note saying it works with THIS (I repeat: THIS!) build.

    I never post these notes before testing it first, creating both ESD and UUP ISO images and doing a test clean install. Only then, only when I have made ISO using method told in this tutorial and successfully installed Windows 10 using it, only then will I post the note.

    And your comment to that is "it might not work on next build". I have to start using it myself; when Brink posts in News section about a new app, I'll post "yeah but it will most probably not work with Creators Update". Good old negativity.

    That's the spirit!

    Anyway, track record is if not perfect A but at least a nice B+: 9th UUP build, 7th allowing us to make ISO.

    Really?
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