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

  1. slicendice's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 v1809 Build 17763.104 (Branch: RS5 Release Preview)
       03 Mar 2017 #180

    LOL, maybe I expessed myself wrongly. Sorry for that.

    But I hope the UUP download on next releases will be the ones not working using this method, as that means MS has succeeded in their goal of making the DL sizes smaller. 500-600MB vs 2.3-2.7GB. :-D
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  2. M4v3r1ck's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro x64 1607 (Build 14393.953)
       03 Mar 2017 #181

    Hi Kari,

    I managed to perform my 1st UUPtoISO cycle with my new updating /15046 to /15048 using your tutorial. I had a little puzzling moment using the steps in your tutorial, hope you don't mind me sharing it with you.

    - at step 1.2) you extract the UUPtoISO.zip to> E:\Users\Kari\Downloads

    - at step 2.5) You copy the contents of 2.4) <from This PC > Local Disk [c:] > Windows > SoftwareDistribution > Download to> This PC > Desktop > UUptoISO

    The last step got me confused, as you didn't mention the extraction of the UPPtoISO.zip to the Desktop. So I copied all contents to> my This PC > Downloads > UUPtoISO > UUPs (a later added folder, because the UUptoISO.cmd was not working for me)

    Or is the scripting in the UUPtoISO.cmd perhaps based on your folder This PC > Desktop > UUPtoISO allready to be present?

    Well the small puzzling aside, at least I've managed to create my first Windows 10 IP UUPtoISO file, residing save-and-sound on my NAS now.

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    Tomorrow I'll have a shot at the clean install of this ISO.

    Cheers
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  3. Kari's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
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       03 Mar 2017 #182

    M4v3r1ck said: View Post
    Hi Kari,

    I managed to perform my 1st UUPtoISO cycle with my new updating /15046 to /15048 using your tutorial. I had a little puzzling moment using the steps in your tutorial, hope you don't mind me sharing it with you.

    - at step 1.2) you extract the UUPtoISO.zip to> E:\Users\Kari\Downloads

    - at step 2.5) You copy the contents of 2.4) <from This PC > Local Disk [c:] > Windows > SoftwareDistribution > Download to> This PC > Desktop > UUptoISO
    Since Vista, over 10 years now I have never had any user profiles on drive C: , I always relocate the complete Users folder to another drive. In this computer the Users folder, all user profiles and all user folders are on drive E:. It means that my This PC > Desktop refers to E:\Users\Kari\Desktop and E.\Users\Public\Desktop folders, This PC > Downloads to E:\Users\Kari\Downloads folder.

    I find it silly and not very clever NOT to relocate Users folder. I do it always on every machine simply to save space on system drive and separate OS and user data.

    I can't remember why I extracted the ZIP archive to Downloads then moved it to Desktop. Anyway, it's completely irrelevant. A mini tutorial:

    • Download ZIP
    • Extract it wherever you want to
    • Copy UUP files to UUPtoISO\UUPs folder, wherever it might be
    • Run UUPtoISO


    That's it.

    Kari
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  4. M4v3r1ck's Avatar
    Posts : 632
    Win 10 Pro x64 1607 (Build 14393.953)
       03 Mar 2017 #183

    Kari said: View Post
    A mini tutorial:

    • Download ZIP
    • Extract it wherever you want to
    • Copy UUP files to UUPtoISO\UUPs folder, wherever it might be
    • Run UUPtoISO


    That's it.

    Kari
    Thanks Kari for sharing your users setup on other partitions - something to further look in to - and the mini tutorial!

    Cheers
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  5.    03 Mar 2017 #184

    Hi is there any fix yet for this issue? I've seen some people claim to have it fixed. Can you all tell me what to do, step by step? Or is it really really complicated?

    [ERROR] "\Windows\WinSxS\amd64_microsoft-windows-fdeploy-adm_31bf3856ad364e35_10.0.15046.0_none_c7df2607fd8b09d5\FolderRedirection.admx": blob not found SHA-1 message digest of missing blob: 70a1a78a042245620dfe3cd0a1570c424cc41952ERROR: If this is a delta WIM, use the --ref argument to specify the WIM(s) on which it is based.ERROR: Exiting with error code 55: A file resource needed to complete the operation was missing from the WIM.Errors were reported during export.Press any key to continue . . .
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  6.    03 Mar 2017 #185

    DragonFireDon22 said: View Post
    Hi is there any fix yet for this issue?
    It does not seem to be a problem with build 15048.
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  7.    03 Mar 2017 #186

    DonCuthbert said: View Post
    It does not seem to be a problem with build 15048.
    OK, so how do I get out of this safely, so it won't start to install during the reboot and I won't run into any problems? I will just have it download 15048 then.

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  8.    03 Mar 2017 #187

    DragonFireDon22 said: View Post
    OK, so how do I get out of this so it won't start to install during the reboot?
    That might be hard to do. You could try running the Windows Update Troubleshooter from Control Panel. One of its steps is to delete the Windows Update downloaded files.
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  9.    03 Mar 2017 #188

    DragonFireDon22 said: View Post
    Hi is there any fix yet for this issue? I've seen some people claim to have it fixed. Can you all tell me what to do, step by step? Or is it really really complicated?
    Also, if you look up a few posts, slicendice did work out how to get past the error you mentioned.
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  10.    03 Mar 2017 #189

    OK, @Kari said this, so that should work or not... have me get out of the install process, and download the new version?
    If the upgrade has been downloaded but you have not started the upgrade process yet (not clicked Restart now), you can remove the UUP upgrade files from your PC using Disk Clean-Up, edit registry to disable UUP, restart and let your PC download ESD upgrade instead. Instructions in this post.
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