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  1.    14 Oct 2017 #940

    CountMike said: View Post
    Several times I used it from windows.old to make an ISO.
    hmm so its worth making the ISO. I will give it a go. I can always download the official ISO once its out.
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  2.    14 Oct 2017 #941

    swarfega said: View Post
    hmm so its worth making the ISO. I will give it a go. I can always download the official ISO once its out.
    Yes, it's worth making ISO, I made (and keep) them from first day on W10. Few times using ISO was only way update/upgrade the build, few times for system repair and few of them for clean install and that's without downloading build again. It takes only few minutes to do it and can save some time and nerves.
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  3.    14 Oct 2017 #942

    I've completed it and its the same size as one that was done before a restart. So I've stored it on my NAS drive for future use. Saves a download!
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  4.    29 Oct 2017 #943

    Does anyone know how to add the "Repair my computer" option to the iso created by the UUP to iso method. The official Microsoft iso's have that option.
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       29 Oct 2017 #944

    DEEPDKHI2 said: View Post
    Does anyone know how to add the "Repair my computer" option to the iso created by the UUP to iso method. The official Microsoft iso's have that option.
    1. Download the latest official Windows Insider ISO, at the moment it's build 16299 (tutorial)
    2. Mount the ISO, copy its content to a folder on HDD, folder D:\ISO_Files in this example
    3. Mount the ISO you made with UUPtoISO, open it in Explorer, browse to Sources folder and copy install.wim file
    4. Paste the install.wim you copied in step 3 above to D:\ISO_Files\Sources folder, replacing original one
    5. Create new ISO from D:\ISO_Files folder (tutorial), or create a new bootable USB drive from that folder (tutorial)

    Fast and easy.

    Kari
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  6.    29 Oct 2017 #945

    Thank you Kari. I will try it out today.
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  7.    02 Nov 2017 #946

    Bravo Kari. You have done it. I now have the 17025 iso with "Repair your computer" option. I only have a lurking suspicion that the "Repair your computer" option is of build 16299. Thanks again Kari. I will now attempt a clean install with that build.
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       02 Nov 2017 #947

    DEEPDKHI2 said: View Post
    I only have a lurking suspicion that the "Repair your computer" option is of build 16299.
    Yes, that's true but completely irrelevant. Any valid repair console can be used to repair any Windows installation.
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  9.    09 Nov 2017 #948

    Its my bad luck that I have an AMD processor and hence cannot download the latest insider build no 17035. Any workarounds for this bug.
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  10.    09 Nov 2017 #949

    Hi,

    How would the CPU prevent from downloading something ?

    Cheers,
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