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  1.    17 Mar 2017 #480
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    @Kari

    I have created a ISO from build 15060 with the new UUPtoISO tool successfuly using the C:\Windows.old\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\Download\d6c5... path and UUPtoISO installed at C:\UUPtoISO folder.

    Code:
    ============================================================
    Preparing Reference ESDs . . .
    ============================================================
    
    CAB->ESD: amd64fre_Client_en-us_lp
    CAB->ESD: Microsoft-Windows-ContactSupport-Package
    CAB->ESD: Microsoft-Windows-InternetExplorer-Optional-Package
    CAB->ESD: Microsoft-Windows-LanguageFeatures-Basic-en-us-Package
    CAB->ESD: Microsoft-Windows-LanguageFeatures-Handwriting-en-us-Package
    CAB->ESD: Microsoft-Windows-LanguageFeatures-OCR-en-us-Package
    CAB->ESD: Microsoft-Windows-LanguageFeatures-Speech-en-us-Package
    CAB->ESD: Microsoft-Windows-LanguageFeatures-TextToSpeech-en-us-Package
    CAB->ESD: Microsoft-Windows-MediaPlayer-Package
    CAB->ESD: Microsoft-Windows-NetFx3-OnDemand-Package
    CAB->ESD: Microsoft-Windows-QuickAssist-Package
    
    ============================================================
    Creating Setup Media Layout . . .
    ============================================================
    
    
    ============================================================
    Creating boot.wim . . .
    ============================================================
    
    Using LZX compression with 8 threads
    Archiving file data: 867 MiB of 867 MiB (100%) done
    
    ============================================================
    Creating install.wim . . .
    ============================================================
    
    Using LZX compression with 8 threads
    Archiving file data: 7113 MiB of 7113 MiB (100%) done
    
    ============================================================
    Adding winre.wim to install.wim . . .
    ============================================================
    
    
    ============================================================
    Creating ISO . . .
    ============================================================
    
    OSCDIMG 2.56 CD-ROM and DVD-ROM Premastering Utility
    Copyright (C) Microsoft, 1993-2012. All rights reserved.
    Licensed only for producing Microsoft authorized content.
    
    
    Scanning source tree (1500 files in 54 directories)
    Scanning source tree complete (1711 files in 99 directories)
    
    Computing directory information complete
    
    Image file is 4078698496 bytes (before optimization)
    
    Writing 1711 files in 99 directories to 15060.0.170314-1527.RS2_RELEASE_CLIENTPRO_OEMRET_X64FRE_EN-US.ISO
    
    100% complete
    
    Storage optimization saved 18 files, 133120 bytes (0% of image)
    
    After optimization, image file is 4082305024 bytes
    Space saved because of embedding, sparseness or optimization = 133120
    
    Done.
    
    Press any key to exit.
    
    C:\UUPtoISO>

    But I tried something else; I copied the ESD files to UUPs folder and then fired up the UUPtoISO tool, it automatically found the ESD files and started working just fine.

    After a while it broke as follow:

    Click image for larger version. 

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    Was this something to be expected?
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  2.    17 Mar 2017 #481
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    Quote Originally Posted by JGToy View Post
    Was this something to be expected?
    Let me ask some similar questions:
    • I removed batteries from my TV remote control and now it's not working. Was this something to be expected?
    • My car is diesel. I fuelled it with normal unleaded petrol (for colonial English speakers, that's gas or gasoline), now the car won't start. Was this something to be expected?
    • I deleted folders C:\Windows, C:\Program Files and C:\Users, now Windows does not work anymore. Was this something to be expected?
    • I decided that it is not important to follow clear steps told in tutorial, doing it in my way instead. Now it's not working. Was this something to be expected?

    Above questions are of course hypothetical. Although no answer is expected on any of them, for those interested the answer to all of them is Yes, this is something to be expected.

    I had to read the tutorial once again to be sure I have not given wrong instructions. Although I have written it myself, I had to be sure if it says "Copy the UUP files to UUPs folder" somewhere or not.

    For your information, I didn't find that in tutorial. All I could find was "Run UUPtoISO, right click to automatically paste the UUP folder path copied in step 2.3, press Enter to start. Main menu will be shown" (step 3.1).

    Kari
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  3.    17 Mar 2017 #482
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    FWIW: latest version of the tool worked perfectly fine on my end for making both .ISO and install.wim.
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  4.    17 Mar 2017 #483
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    Last edited by Brink; 17 Mar 2017 at 15:03. Reason: link
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  5.    17 Mar 2017 #484
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kari View Post
    Let me ask some similar questions:
    • I removed batteries from my TV remote control and now it's not working. Was this something to be expected?
    • My car is diesel. I fuelled it with normal unleaded petrol (for colonial English speakers, that's gas or gasoline), now the car won't start. Was this something to be expected?
    • I deleted folders C:\Windows, C:\Program Files and C:\Users, now Windows does not work anymore. Was this something to be expected?
    • I decided that it is not important to follow clear steps told in tutorial, doing it in my way instead. Now it's not working. Was this something to be expected?

    Above questions are of course hypothetical. Although no answer is expected on any of them, for those interested the answer to all of them is Yes, this is something to be expected.

    I had to read the tutorial once again to be sure I have not given wrong instructions. Although I have written it myself, I had to be sure if it says "Copy the UUP files to UUPs folder" somewhere or not.

    For your information, I didn't find that in tutorial. All I could find was "Run UUPtoISO, right click to automatically paste the UUP folder path copied in step 2.3, press Enter to start. Main menu will be shown" (step 3.1).

    Kari
    I am so sorry if that question was like too obvious for you but not to me, when I program (encoding) I try to be the more close to the error free as possible and I know you didn't code it (at least not the whole thing) but maybe you have thought about that.

    And I never said you did say it or that it was present on the tutorial, "I clearly stated, I tried something else" and failed so, that was the reason of my question, nothing more.

    I know how to read and follow procedures as you can see on the test of creating the ISO, no problems whatsoever.

    Besides all that what I tried to do wasn't so stupid because if remember correctly this was the way we was doing before (perhaps I am confused). Please don't take me wrong I am just trying to understand and clarify it.
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  6.    18 Mar 2017 #485
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kari View Post
    Making .ISO and install.wim.
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  7.    18 Mar 2017 #486
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    Quote Originally Posted by JGToy View Post
    Besides all that what I tried to do wasn't so stupid because if remember correctly this was the way we was doing before (perhaps I am confused). Please don't take me wrong I am just trying to understand and clarify it.
    My reply was a product of a bad day, although clearly telling my point, My apologies.
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  8.    18 Mar 2017 #487
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    Just received this message from windows defender, false positive ?
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  9.    18 Mar 2017 #488
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bernievink View Post
    Just received this message from windows defender, false positive ?
    Yes it's a false positive, strangely defender doesn't flag it on my system
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  10.    18 Mar 2017 #489
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bernievink View Post
    Just received this message from windows defender, false positive ?
    Quote Originally Posted by z3r010 View Post
    Yes it's a false positive, strangely defender doesn't flag it on my system
    No flags here.

    It looks that Bernievink's Defender is flagging the uninstaller. It really is false positive, completely safe.
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