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  1.    03 Oct 2017 #920

    HippsieGypsie said: View Post
    Question > I do not see this in the tutorial unless I'm overlooking it. I made an ISO in which it said it was finished, however, I cannot find it in the UUPtoISO folder. There's only the one made during last update. Does the existing old one affect the program to place the new one there?

    Another thing I noticed is that I have 2 windows.old folders in which the (1) has empty Users and my user folders of which it won't allow me to delete. I suppose I'll try disk cleanup. Weird.


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       03 Oct 2017 #921

    CountMike said: View Post
    Strange, I have old and new UUUP to ISO and it's always in the folder of one I used.
    Thanks, Mike. I didn't think it would cause an issue, but had to ask. It was early this morning and wasn't fully awake. UUPtoISO could have faulted and I didn't see it. Not a big thing since we're going to get cumulative updates every other day now.

    With my .old folders problem I found that Storage Sense was not turned on and so I activated it. It deleted one .old, but the .old (1) remained and still won't allow me to delete. LOL. It states it's not on C: as it did before. What the hey?! Must be a Registry thing?


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       03 Oct 2017 #922

    CountMike said: View Post
    Strange, I have old and new UUUP to ISO and it's always in the folder of one I used.
    here's the last one..

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  4.    04 Oct 2017 #923

    When they released build 16299.15 yesterday after releasing build 16299.0 a few days back, I thought that as usual build 16299.15 would be a cumulative update over build 16299.0. How wrong I was. Build 16299.15 is a completely independent build requiring full downloading & installing. Right now I have got the "Restart now" button & now I am in the process of creating the iso.
    Cheers & thanks to Kari.
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    Dual boot Windows 10 FCU Pro x 64 & current Insider 10 Pro
       04 Oct 2017 #924

    AndreTen said: View Post
    here's the last one.
    Did you remove the prior one?

    I'm thinking it faulted and I didn't notice. Wasn't quite awake.
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  6. AndreTen's Avatar
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       04 Oct 2017 #925

    HippsieGypsie said: View Post
    Did you remove the prior one?

    I'm thinking it faulted and I didn't notice. Wasn't quite awake.
    Yes. Always do a clean up, before getting new treasures :)
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  7. Kari's Avatar
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       11 Oct 2017 #926

    Note   Note
    PLEASE NOTICE:

    UUPtoISO tool updated. Earlier versions have been falsely flagged as infected by some AV programs and online scanners, version 3.0 gets all clear:
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    If you have an earlier version installed, you can continue using it; it is still a completely working version. However, if you want to use the latest version with updated script, use the Download button in tutorial step 1.1 to download latest version.

    Before downloading latest version, uninstall the old version (Settings > Apps > UUUPtoISO):
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    When uninstalled, delete the UUPtoISO folder if it was not completely removed by uninstaller.

    Kari
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  8. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    Triple boot - Win 10 Pro, Win 10 Pro Insider (2) - (and a sprinkling of VMs)
       11 Oct 2017 #927

    Kari said: View Post
    Note   Note
    PLEASE NOTICE:

    UUPtoISO tool updated. Earlier versions have been falsely flagged as infected by some AV programs and online scanners, version 3.0 gets all clear:
    Name:  image.png
Views: 263
Size:  81.8 KB
    (https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/bc...c0bb/detection)

    If you have an earlier version installed, you can continue using it; it is still a completely working version. However, if you want to use the latest version with updated script, use the Download button in tutorial step 1.1 to download latest version.

    Before downloading latest version, uninstall the old version (Settings > Apps > UUUPtoISO):
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Views: 263
Size:  20.8 KB

    When uninstalled, delete the UUPtoISO folder if it was not completely removed by uninstaller.

    Kari
    @Kari, sorry...dumb question. You say completely delete the UUPtoISO folder. I have it on an external drive, and it also contains ALL of the ISOs I have recently made. I hope you mean all the remnants of your app if any left behind.

    Thanks, TC

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  9. Kari's Avatar
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       11 Oct 2017 #928

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    I have it on an external drive, and it also contains ALL of the ISOs I have recently made. I hope you mean all the remnants of your app if any left behind.
    I would recommend completely removing the folder.

    You know that if you create a new folder on same partition on your external drive, then CUT & PASTE (not COPY & PASTE) all those ISO images from UUPtoISO to this new folder, the files remaining on same partition it will only take a second because nothing will be copied, system just changes file location data. Really! Copy & Paste an ISO file on same partition can take a few minutes, Cut & Paste takes a second. Try it with one ISO if any doubts.

    So, new folder on same partition > Cut & Paste ISOs to new folder > uninstall UUPtoISO, delete the folder > run installer for new version selecting same partition on external drive to install > Cut & Paste the ISO images back to new UUPtoISO folder.

    Alternatively, rename the folder as UUPtoISO.old and run new installer letting it create new UUPtoISO folder.

    Kari
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  10. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       11 Oct 2017 #929

    Kari said: View Post
    I would recommend completely removing the folder.

    You know that if you create a new folder on same partition on your external drive, then CUT & PASTE (not COPY & PASTE) all those ISO images from UUPtoISO to this new folder, the files remaining on same partition it will only take a second because nothing will be copied, system just changes file location data. Really! Copy & Paste an ISO file on same partition can take a few minutes, Cut & Paste takes a second. Try it with one ISO if any doubts.

    So, new folder on same partition > Cut & Paste ISOs to new folder > uninstall UUPtoISO, delete the folder > run installer for new version selecting same partition on external drive to install > Cut & Paste the ISO images back to new UUPtoISO folder.

    Alternatively, rename the folder as UUPtoISO.old and run new installer letting it create new UUPtoISO folder.

    Kari
    Plan "B" !! :) That's what I did last time. Needs a cleanup anyway! Thanks. TC
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