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    Dual boot Windows 10 FCU Pro x 64 & current Insider 10 Pro
       26 Sep 2017 #890

    magilla said: View Post
    @Kari, thank you for this program every Time I use it I appreciate your gift to all of us who truly appreciate you and your selfless present to us all.


    And yet another successful ISO made from the 16299 update on the old Acer. First time on this machine without a problem. :)
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  2.    26 Sep 2017 #891

    An interesting tip from @AndreTen is to disable Defender temporarily when running UUPtoIso, as he says it runs a lot faster. I have yet to try it but will do tomorrow.
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 v1809 Build 17763.104 (Branch: RS5 Release Preview)
       27 Sep 2017 #892

    cereberus said: View Post
    An interesting tip from @AndreTen is to disable Defender temporarily when running UUPtoIso, as he says it runs a lot faster. I have yet to try it but will do tomorrow.
    Yep, do that, or just configure Defender to ignore all folders UUP2ISO uses.
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  4.    27 Sep 2017 #893

    Wow - just tested using uuptoiso with Defender on or off. I cleared all files between each case. Timings are to nearest minute +/- 10 seconds.

    Defender Off
    Preparings ESDs - 2 mins
    Creating Boot.wim - 2 mins
    Creating Insta.ll.win -10 mins

    Defender On
    Preparings ESDs - 16 mins
    Creating Boot.wim - 2 mins
    Creating Insta.ll.win -10 mins

    All the time difference 2 vs 16 minutes was in the preparing ESD phase

    Time saving overall turning Defender off was almost exactly 50%!
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       27 Sep 2017 #894

    cereberus said: View Post
    Wow - just tested using uuptoiso with Defender on or off. I cleared all files between each case. Timings are to nearest minute +/- 10 seconds.

    Defender Off
    Preparings ESDs - 2 mins
    Creating Boot.wim - 2 mins
    Creating Insta.ll.win -10 mins

    Defender Off
    Preparings ESDs - 16 mins
    Creating Boot.wim - 2 mins
    Creating Insta.ll.win -10 mins

    All the time difference 2 vs 16 minutes was in the preparing ESD phase

    Time saving overall turning Defender off was almost exactly 50%!
    guess second try was with defender on
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  6.    27 Sep 2017 #895

    AndreTen said: View Post
    guess second try was with defender on
    Yeah - post amended.

    This a phenomenal difference in first stage - you are deserving of GURU status imo.

    Cheers
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  7.    27 Sep 2017 #896

    cereberus said: View Post
    Yeah - post amended.

    This a phenomenal difference in first stage - you are deserving of GURU status imo.

    Cheers
    Good, now I just have to remember to actually DO IT !!!
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 v1809 Build 17763.104 (Branch: RS5 Release Preview)
       27 Sep 2017 #897

    cereberus said: View Post
    Wow - just tested using uuptoiso with Defender on or off. I cleared all files between each case. Timings are to nearest minute +/- 10 seconds.

    Defender Off
    Preparings ESDs - 2 mins
    Creating Boot.wim - 2 mins
    Creating Insta.ll.win -10 mins

    Defender On
    Preparings ESDs - 16 mins
    Creating Boot.wim - 2 mins
    Creating Insta.ll.win -10 mins

    All the time difference 2 vs 16 minutes was in the preparing ESD phase

    Time saving overall turning Defender off was almost exactly 50%!
    Yep, it has all to do with file access times. Checking each and every ~250k files with Defender, during Windows upgrade or .esd preparation, takes a really long time. Thanks for clocking this.
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       28 Sep 2017 #898

    Second time ever I was not able to create ISO from Windows.old (W10 PRO x64 EN-US, upgrade from 16362). Required ESD file simply isn't there. Although this really should not happen, in most cases you can still make the ISO after the upgrade if you for any reason didn't do it before hitting Restart now button, I think it's a good idea to post this note from tutorial once again:

    warning   Warning
    Notice please: When Windows Update has finished downloading the UUP upgrade, the files needed to make the ISO are stored in a subfolder in C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download.

    These files will in some cases be removed when upgrade is done. If you want to make an ISO for future needs, you have to do it before starting the upgrade process itself, after downloading the upgrade files but before clicking Restart now button!


    Kari
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  10.    28 Sep 2017 #899

    Kari said: View Post
    Second time ever I was not able to create ISO from Windows.old (W10 PRO x64 EN-US, upgrade from 16362). Required ESD file simply isn't there. Although this really should not happen, in most cases you can still make the ISO after the upgrade if you for any reason didn't do it before hitting Restart now button, I think it's a good idea to post this note from tutorial once again:

    warning   Warning
    Notice please: When Windows Update has finished downloading the UUP upgrade, the files needed to make the ISO are stored in a subfolder in C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download.

    These files will in some cases be removed when upgrade is done. If you want to make an ISO for future needs, you have to do it before starting the upgrade process itself, after downloading the upgrade files but before clicking Restart now button!


    Kari
    When I did the uuptoiso tests above (before doing restart now), the first case (Defender off) failed at last hurdle creating the iso with an error about output not being possible or something like that. When I did it with Defender on, it worked fine. I do not think Defender has anything to do with it, but I think there is a random bug occurring as I have encountered that before (with Defender on).
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