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


  1. Posts : 13,771
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       17 May 2017 #680

    A small delay, can't run tests with 16199 because I am still stuck at 66%, almost half an hour after posting this on another thread:

    Kari said: View Post
    My laptop's upgrade has been in "Preparing to install updates 66%" for an hour and half now.

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    All my virtual machines on three different networks to balance bandwidth are the same, stuck in preparing between 30 and 80%. I have no 16199 upgrade to test yet, have finished testing workaround on 16193 upgrade, it works without issues.

    I am concentrating in this fix all the time, I will post the fix as soon as I have been able to test it with 16199. I do not want to post anything, however sure I am that it will work before I have really tested it with this new build. I am sorry if someone does not understand this.

    Let me test this once on whatever physical or virtual machine gets the 16199 ready. If it works as well as it did in my 16193 tests, I will post it. If it does not work, I'll post to tell that, too.


    johngalt said: View Post
    Tried creating .ISO from 199 build and uup2iso just beeps. Ideas?

    Is that what the CMD v2 talk is all about?
    No. The only culprit is a bug in 16193 and 16199:
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  2.    17 May 2017 #681

    Kari said: View Post
    A small delay, can't run tests with 16199 because I am still stuck at 66%, almost half an hour after posting this on another thread:



    All my virtual machines on three different networks to balance bandwidth are the same, stuck in preparing between 30 and 80%. I have no 16199 upgrade to test yet, have finished testing workaround on 16193 upgrade, it works without issues.

    I am concentrating in this fix all the time, I will post the fix as soon as I have been able to test it with 16199. I do not want to post anything, however sure I am that it will work before I have really tested it with this new build. I am sorry if someone does not understand this.

    Let me test this once on whatever physical or virtual machine gets the 16199 ready. If it works as well as it did in m/y 16193 tests, I will post it. If it does not work, I'll post to tell that, too.

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    No. The only culprit is a bug in 16193 and 16199:
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    Well spotted - there are other ways to get round this of course, but less elegant perhaps.

    Out of interest (when you can answer - take your time), how do you compile a batch module into a .exe command?

    Edit: just found one way

    Convert a Batch (BAT) Script to an Executable (EXE) File
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    Triple boot - Win 10 Pro, Win 10 Pro Insider (2) - (and a sprinkling of VMs)
       17 May 2017 #682

    cereberus said: View Post
    Well spotted - there are other ways to get round this of course, but less elegant perhaps.

    Out of interest (when you can answer - take your time), how do you compile a batch module into a .exe command?

    Edit: just found one way

    Convert a Batch (BAT) Script to an Executable (EXE) File
    Yep! What I did was not elegant at all.....but it worked! I needed the ISO cause I wasn't about to spend 2+ hours each on a couple of VMs.
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  4. Posts : 13,771
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       17 May 2017 #683

    OK geeks, here's the fix :

    download

    It is an executable (16199_UUPtoISO_FIX.exe), digitally signed by Designer Media Ltd, owner of TenForums. Save it to your UUPtoISO folder and run (UUPtoISO must be installed for this fix to work!), pasting the UUP upgrade folder path when asked as told in tutorial.

    Kari
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    Windows 10 Pro x64, Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1, Windows 8.1 Pro x64
       17 May 2017 #684

    I found that if I entered CTRL +ALT +1 , the selection number could then be entered.
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  6. Posts : 32,520
    Triple boot - Win 10 Pro, Win 10 Pro Insider (2) - (and a sprinkling of VMs)
       17 May 2017 #685

    pbcopter said: View Post
    I found that if I entered CTRL +ALT +1 , the selection number could then be entered.
    Couldn't get that to do anything, but alt+49 = 1. Right numeric keypad only. Complete list here:


    Special Characters Alt Keyboard Sequences
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  7. Posts : 13,771
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       17 May 2017 #686

    The various ways to enter key presses do not work for all users (depends on current build) because the culprit is broken CHOICE command as told in Known issues:
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    Fix I posted works for all users.
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  8. Posts : 32,520
    Triple boot - Win 10 Pro, Win 10 Pro Insider (2) - (and a sprinkling of VMs)
       17 May 2017 #687

    Kari said: View Post
    The various ways to enter key presses do not work for all users (depends on current build) because the culprit is broken CHOICE command as told in Known issues:
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    Fix I posted works for all users.
    Yes, I know. Was only responding to his post.
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  • Posts : 13,771
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    Thread Starter
       17 May 2017 #688

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    Yes, I know. Was only responding to his post.
    ... and I was only explaining that some key press combinations might work for some but not for all users
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  •    17 May 2017 #689

    Guys, I found out a workaround (just registered to post it).
    CTRL+ALT+number doesn't work, at least for me.
    What does work though, is, if you want to press, say 3, first press CTRL+3, let go, and then press 3 alone.
    Hope it helps.
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