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

  1.    07 May 2017 #660

    You have to wait till the system says"Restart now" in order to create the iso using uup to iso software. Any attempts before may result in the above error.
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       07 May 2017 #661

    DEEPDKHI2 said: View Post
    You have to wait till the system says"Restart now" in order to create the iso using uup to iso software. Any attempts before may result in the above error.
    Exactly.
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       07 May 2017 #662

    DEEPDKHI2 said: View Post
    You have to wait till the system says"Restart now" in order to create the iso using uup to iso software. Any attempts before may result in the above error.
    Just to be clear, I did wait until the system said "Restart now" to create the iso.

    Anyways, I able to solve the problem by just redownloading the 16188 build by renaming the Software Distribution folder and starting the process all over again.

    In addition, I was using an older version of the UUPtoISO program which could've caused issues with the decryption process...after downloading the latest version, I didn't seem to have any problems, but then again, it could've also been a botched download of the 16188 build as well....we will never know...
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  4.    10 May 2017 #663

    Kari said: View Post
    Originally Posted by DEEPDKHI2
    Does anyone have a recording of TF live workshop --Create a custom Windows 10 creators update ISO --which was held on Saturday 25th March 2017.

    I am still working on it. The raw recording is such a bad quality I have some issues to edit it to understandable format.

    I'll try to do it this weekend, subscribe to tutorial thread and you will get notified when posted: Create Windows 10 ISO image from Existing Installation - Windows 10 Installation Upgrade Tutorials
    Have I missed this, or is it not available yet?
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       11 May 2017 #664

    simrick said: View Post
    Have I missed this, or is it not available yet?
    No, you have not missed it. Like with everything else I'm terribly delayed with this. My apologies, real life and health have kept my forum participation and video making in minimum.

    Thanks for a reminder, I'll try to make it today / tomorrow.
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  6.    11 May 2017 #665

    Dear Kari - - "please take care of your health--" the recording can wait.
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  7.    11 May 2017 #666

    Kari said: View Post
    No, you have not missed it. Like with everything else I'm terribly delayed with this. My apologies, real life and health have kept my forum participation and video making in minimum.

    Thanks for a reminder, I'll try to make it today / tomorrow.
    No rush Kari. I just didn't want to miss it, that's all. Take care of yourself - that's most important. :)
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  8.    12 May 2017 #667

    Well I was able to create an x86 iso of build 16193 using the uup to iso software. After clicking "Restart now" the system is busy upgrading from build 16188 to 16193. Cheers.
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       13 May 2017 #668

    Did anyone try UUPtoISO software on Build 16193?
    In my case it started as usual and accepted the UUP file location info by pasting. But it does not take any keyboard input and make buzz sound at every key strokes.
    Strangely, all other software, whether MS made or Non-MS third parties', has no problem at all regarding keyboard input.

    My Build 16193 is X64 Pro jp-JA. I tried both Japanese IME keyboard and US keyboard without IME. there is no difference.
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  10.    13 May 2017 #669

    Use ALT+option number (the normal keyboard button, not numpad)
    or disable the new cmd experience

    apprently it's a bug in cmd V2 for this build, or msft changed something in choice.exe
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