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

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  1. Posts : 689
    WinX Pro x64 IP v14986
       08 Jun 2017 #710

    That is understandable lol.
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  2. Posts : 10
    Windows 10 Insider preview
       08 Jun 2017 #711

    Successfully made an ISO from 16215 using UUPtoISO.exe
    did have to press control 1 before pressing 1 again and the program working as before.
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  3.    08 Jun 2017 #712

    Kari said: View Post
    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
    Hey man, I saw your post on the quick fix you've made to make the CMD/Powershell beep bug work.

    Thought I would shoot this over to you incase there are people out there that don't trust downloading random things off the internet.

    Just right click the command window or powershell window top bar and select properties, then tick the USE LEGACY CONSOLE option and close CMD/Powershell and it will allow you to select options once again.

    Other than that thanks a whole bunch for your tutorials and fixes!
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  4. Posts : 10
    Windows 10 Insider preview
       09 Jun 2017 #713

    KyleStilkey said: View Post
    Just right click the command window or powershell window top bar and select properties, then tick the USE LEGACY CONSOLE option and close CMD/Powershell and it will allow you to select options once again.
    Thanks for this tip I will try it next time I need to use the program.
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  5. Posts : 12,144
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       09 Jun 2017 #714

    KyleStilkey said: View Post
    Just right click the command window or powershell window top bar and select properties, then tick the USE LEGACY CONSOLE option and close CMD/Powershell and it will allow you to select options once again.
    Excellent! Tested, works like a charm. Not often I have given rep for a new user from his / her first post but you really deserve it

    I had to close UUPtoISO Command Prompt, then re-open it for legacy console to take effect, other than that no problems.

    Note   Note
    Microsoft has fixed the bug which were present in builds 16193 and 16199, CHOICE command in scripts works again in build 16215. Fix is no longer needed when upgrading to next build and running UUPtoISO in build 16215, or running it in build 16188 and earlier.

    Fix (or @KyleStilkey's workaround as told above) will only be needed if running UUPtoISO from builds 16193 and 16199.



    EDIT, some hours later:

    @KyleStilkey, I didn't notice this in your post earlier, was so thankful for your quick workaround that I didn't apparently read the whole post:

    KyleStilkey said: View Post
    Thought I would shoot this over to you in case there are people out there that don't trust downloading random things off the internet.
    Ten Forums is the biggest Windows 10 community with no reasons to post links to "random downloads". The original tool, as well as the fix are digitally signed by Designer Media Ltd., the owner of Ten Forums.

    A stupid question: If and when you could trust this digital signature of the original tool, how on earth the same digital signature in the fix makes it untrustworthy, or as you say "downloading random thing off the Internet"?

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    Last edited by Kari; 09 Jun 2017 at 13:04.
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  6. Posts : 4,531
    Win 10 Pro x64
       09 Jun 2017 #715

    @Kari , if I did a disk cleanup, that means the "ext:esd" is gone, right?
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  7.    09 Jun 2017 #716

    Hi,

    That depends on the type of Disk Clean Up you do. If not a System type of clean up you might find the esd file(s) in "WindowsOld).

    Cheers,
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  8. Posts : 12,144
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       09 Jun 2017 #717

    badrobot said: View Post
    @Kari , if I did a disk cleanup, that means the "ext:esd" is gone, right?
    Yes, if Windows.old folder is gone. If you didn't do ISO before the upgrade process, and if you then got rid of Windows.old folder, it's gone.
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  9. Posts : 4,531
    Win 10 Pro x64
       09 Jun 2017 #718

    Kari said: View Post
    Yes, if Windows.old folder is gone. If you didn't do ISO before the upgrade process, and if you then got rid of Windows.old folder, it's gone.
    Thanks. I usually do disk cleanup and get rid of windows.old after testing the upgrade. But I can try again and go back to 16199 and do the upgrade to 16215 once more.
    Thanks also @fdegrove

    Cheers!
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  10. Posts : 689
    WinX Pro x64 IP v14986
       09 Jun 2017 #719

    Or you can follow Kari's new tutorial for using a VM to make the ISO....
      My ComputersSystem Spec


 
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