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  1.    28 Jul 2017 #780
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    Quote Originally Posted by badrobot View Post
    Kari, I am one guilty geek. I always create the ISO after the restart but so far everything is fine. I'l keep this in mind when I encounter problems.
    Just to clarify, I didn't criticize those who forget to make ISO before upgrade or knowingly decided to take the risk and see if they'll manage it after the upgrade.

    My critic was targeted to those who advice other users that "No stress, you can do it after the upgrade, too". No rocket science here, which of the following options should be the one to recommend and suggest:
    1. Alternative that works always
    2. Alternative that seems to work almost always


    Quote Originally Posted by DemonoidMaster View Post
    Just had let Windows finish downloading 16251 and then fired up UUptoISO and used it, gave me the same error, though i didn't press install on Windows Update nor restart, currently doing the 16251 install, i'll run UUPtoISO again right after it gets done before the reboot notif
    If Windows Update shows button Install instead of Restart now, the upgrade is not prepared and you cannot made ISO yet. Only when the button Restart now is shown can you start ISO making process.

    Kari
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  2.    28 Jul 2017 #781
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    Toronto
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    Win 10 Pro x64

    I took no offense Kari. I am just also sharing my experience.
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  3.    28 Jul 2017 #782
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    Quote Originally Posted by badrobot View Post
    I took no offense Kari. I am just also sharing my experience.
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  4.    28 Jul 2017 #783
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fafhrd View Post
    Just for Information Kari, Chrome is still showing UUPtoISOsetup.exe downloads as being a dangerous file and blocks it.
    I know that some time ago you applied to have the file whitelisted.
    I just downloaded UUPtoISO using Chrome Canary, and the warning is present there also:
    I just tried downloading UUPtoISO, and Sophos Home (Beta version) is also telling me that it contains something it doesn't like.
    It reports it as "Mal/Generic-S" which sounds somewhat vague.
    https://www.sophos.com/en-us/threat-...Generic-S.aspx
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  5.    28 Jul 2017 #784
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidY View Post
    I just tried downloading UUPtoISO, and Sophos Home (Beta version) is also telling me that it contains something it doesn't like.
    It reports it as "Mal/Generic-S" which sounds somewhat vague.
    https://www.sophos.com/en-us/threat-...Generic-S.aspx
    I can only tell you that those hits are false. The installer is 100% secure, digitally signed by Designer Media Ltd, a UK based company which owns Ten Forums and its sister sites. Installer only contains a Windows batch file which has been converted to an executable. The batch file only uses native Windows commands, conversion to EXE has been done by me manually. No external scripts, batches, executables and such are included in UUPtoISO or its installer.

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  6.    29 Jul 2017 #785
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kari View Post
    I can only tell you that those hits are false. The installer is 100% secure, digitally signed by Designer Media Ltd, a UK based company which owns Ten Forums and its sister sites. Installer only contains a Windows batch file which has been converted to an executable. The batch file only uses native Windows commands, conversion to EXE has been done by me manually. No external scripts, batches, executables and such are included in UUPtoISO or its installer.

    Kari
    I can confirm that the latest UUPtoISO installer and it's content is absolutely 100% safe and malware-free.
    I use it almost every time a new Insider build gets released. No issues at all.
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  7.    01 Aug 2017 #786
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Pombrio View Post
    Getting errors when using the windows.old version to create the ISO of fast ring version 16251 (automated and unattended update was done). Any ideas what went wrong and why no ISO was created?
    Attachment 145922
    Attachment 145924
    Odd. My computer s (both desktop and laptop) automagically installed this build, so I had no choice but to use hte Windows.old folder to find my downloaded files, but I encountered no issues making my .ISO.

    Quote Originally Posted by badrobot View Post
    Kari, I am one guilty geek. I always create the ISO after the restart but so far everything is fine. I'l keep this in mind when I encounter problems.
    I try to do it beforehand, but sometimes I simply don't get around to it before my computer takes things into its own hands lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Kari View Post
    Just to clarify, I didn't criticize those who forget to make ISO before upgrade or knowingly decided to take the risk and see if they'll manage it after the upgrade.

    My critic was targeted to those who advice other users that "No stress, you can do it after the upgrade, too". No rocket science here, which of the following options should be the one to recommend and suggest:
    1. Alternative that works always
    2. Alternative that seems to work almost always




    If Windows Update shows button Install instead of Restart now, the upgrade is not prepared and you cannot made ISO yet. Only when the button Restart now is shown can you start ISO making process.

    Kari
    Good point to make a note of which button it shows. I never thought to make a distinction, but there you go, teaching me another trick lol.

    I'll keep an eye out for the button name from now on.

    Quote Originally Posted by slicendice View Post
    I can confirm that the latest UUPtoISO installer and it's content is absolutely 100% safe and malware-free.
    I use it almost every time a new Insider build gets released. No issues at all.
    I can also verify it - I've had it for a while and nothing I have has found any sort of even remotely possible malicious code in it.
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  8.    02 Aug 2017 #787
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    With the latest Win 10 build 16257, several of us are having an issue from the UUPtoISO where it is acting like a clean install.
    You get to the screen on what to keep and NOTHING is ticked and you can't choose anything else.
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  9.    03 Aug 2017 #788
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    Serbia
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    Managed to make ISO from windows.old this time.
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  10.    03 Aug 2017 #789
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    Quote Originally Posted by SusanB View Post
    With the latest Win 10 build 16257, several of us are having an issue from the UUPtoISO where it is acting like a clean install.
    You get to the screen on what to keep and NOTHING is ticked and you can't choose anything else.
    That has nothing to do with UUPtoISO which creates totally normal ISO images.

    If the bit version, language and edition of ISO are the same than underlying Windows, and Windows program files and Windows itself are installed on system partition C: you can keep everything or select what to keep:

    Name:  image.png
Views: 122
Size:  117.6 KB

    Screenshot from upgrade process using Windows 10 Pro build 16257 ISO made this morning with UUPtoISO tool, upgrading build 16251.

    If upgrade from ISO does not let you choose what to keep, the reason is told at bottom of the window:

    Name:  image.png
Views: 126
Size:  196.0 KB
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