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  1.    15 Apr 2017 #630
    Join Date : Mar 2017
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    Windows 10

    Quote Originally Posted by slicendice View Post
    Yes, this issue should be resolved. Make sure you have latest definitions downloaded.

    Which Windows version/build are you currently running? Curious.

    Windows version 10.0.15063.138 with latest definitions version 1.239.1469.0 does not give false positives.
    This occurred in Build 16170 with the latest definitions. I just updated to build 16176 and re-scanned and there was no false positive this time.
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  2.    15 Apr 2017 #631
    Join Date : Jan 2017
    Turku
    Posts : 1,693
    Windows 10 Pro IP Build 16299.19 (Branch: RS3 Release)

    Quote Originally Posted by z1r View Post
    This occurred in Build 16170 with the latest definitions. I just updated to build 16176 and re-scanned and there was no false positive this time.
    Interesting! :-)
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  3.    16 Apr 2017 #632
    Join Date : Feb 2015
    3rd Rock
    Posts : 697
    WinX Pro x64 IP v14986

    No issues running UUP-->ISO post install as my system downloaded and installed 16176 without me doing anything. I wasn't even aware a new build had been released, but the day it was released, my computer download it, and installed it, with 0 intervention by me.

    Hence I had to try post install.
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  4.    16 Apr 2017 #633
    Join Date : Nov 2014
    The Netherlands
    Posts : 618
    Win 10 Pro x64 1607 (Build 14393.953)

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


    Kari, both 16170 and 16176 worked flawless for UUP2ISO in my VM's. No issues or false flags from Defender and or ESET!

    Enjoy your Easter weekend.

    Cheers
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  5.    18 Apr 2017 #634
    Join Date : Mar 2017
    NAGPUR
    Posts : 22
    windows 10

    After a long & satisfying Easter weekend spent with my son, daughter, & daughter - in-law I finally got down today to downloading & installing build 16176. I got to the stage where the system says "Restart now" at which point I initiated the "uup to iso" program & succeeded in creating an x86 iso for build 16176. Having moved the iso to a safe location I pressed the "Restart now" button & the system started the upgrade process. I intend to re-create the iso file using the Windows old file. Let us see what happens.
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  6.    19 Apr 2017 #635
    Join Date : Apr 2017
    Posts : 3
    Windows 10 Preview

    boot.wim


    Odd question...

    I finally got the ISO created. If I boot the ISO, everything works great! THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR HARD WORK ON THIS PROGRAM!!!!

    My question is... I use Windows Deployment Service to import the WIM files from the Sources folder.

    When I import the install.wim, everything is good.
    When I import the boot.wim.. It shows the image is "Microsoft Windows Recovery Environment (x64)". If I use this to network boot, it just loads Windows PE instead of the actual setup. Any thoughts as to why this may be? This only happens since the UUP versions.
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  7.    19 Apr 2017 #636
    Join Date : Jan 2017
    Turku
    Posts : 1,693
    Windows 10 Pro IP Build 16299.19 (Branch: RS3 Release)

    Quote Originally Posted by Win10PrevUsr View Post
    Odd question...

    I finally got the ISO created. If I boot the ISO, everything works great! THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR HARD WORK ON THIS PROGRAM!!!!

    My question is... I use Windows Deployment Service to import the WIM files from the Sources folder.

    When I import the install.wim, everything is good.
    When I import the boot.wim.. It shows the image is "Microsoft Windows Recovery Environment (x64)". If I use this to network boot, it just loads Windows PE instead of the actual setup. Any thoughts as to why this may be? This only happens since the UUP versions.
    This is a bug, we need to fix this.

    There are supposed to be WinPE at index 1 and WinPE Setup at index 2 in boot.wim.

    recovery.wim should be located in install.wim:\windows\system32\Recovery\ which it is.
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  8.    19 Apr 2017 #637
    Join Date : Oct 2013
    A Finnish expat in Germany
    Posts : 12,682
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter

    Quote Originally Posted by Win10PrevUsr View Post
    Odd question...

    I finally got the ISO created. If I boot the ISO, everything works great! THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR HARD WORK ON THIS PROGRAM!!!!

    My question is... I use Windows Deployment Service to import the WIM files from the Sources folder.

    When I import the install.wim, everything is good.
    When I import the boot.wim.. It shows the image is "Microsoft Windows Recovery Environment (x64)". If I use this to network boot, it just loads Windows PE instead of the actual setup. Any thoughts as to why this may be? This only happens since the UUP versions.
    Quote Originally Posted by slicendice View Post
    This is a bug, we need to fix this.

    There are supposed to be WinPE at index 1 and WinPE Setup at index 2 in boot.wim.

    recovery.wim should be located in install.wim:\windows\system32\Recovery\ which it is.

    There's luckily an easy workaround for this:
    • Download last official Insider ISO, at the moment build 15063 is available
    • Copy the content of that ISO to a folder, in this example now let's say D:\ISO_Files
    • Replace D:\ISO_Files\Sources\install.wim with the install.wim from your last UUPtoISO image
    • Make new ISO with OSCDIMG, included in Deployment tools component in Windows 10 ADK:
      Code:
      oscdimg.exe -m -o -u2 -udfver102 -bootdata:2#p0,e,bd:\iso_files\boot\etfsboot.com#pEF,e,bd:\iso_files\efi\microsoft\boot\efisys.bin d:\iso_files d:\MyISO.iso

    Full instructions and ADK download link in Part Five of this tutorial: Create Windows 10 ISO image from Existing Installation - Windows 10 Installation Upgrade Tutorials
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  9.    19 Apr 2017 #638
    Join Date : Apr 2017
    Posts : 6
    Windows 10

    Quote Originally Posted by slicendice View Post
    This is a bug, we need to fix this.

    There are supposed to be WinPE at index 1 and WinPE Setup at index 2 in boot.wim.

    recovery.wim should be located in install.wim:\windows\system32\Recovery\ which it is.
    1- It is not a bug, it is how Microsoft build UUP files, they choose to deliver winre.wim only
    because technically, boot.wim is not required for WU upgrade process

    2- A workaround already had been implemented in the original uup-converter-wimlib script
    you just need to cooperate with the subsequent releases
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  10.    19 Apr 2017 #639
    Join Date : Mar 2017
    Gembrook, Victoria
    Posts : 18
    Windows 10 Insider preview

    once more successful with build 16179 this time, both before restart and after with windows.old
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