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  1.    09 Nov 2017 #950

    Microsoft has blocked this update from being downloaded to AMD processors as there is a bugcheck in this particular update.
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       09 Nov 2017 #951

    Because this update is flagged to not work on AMD cpus
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  3.    10 Nov 2017 #952

    Any chance of getting an iso of an x86 build no 17035.
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       10 Nov 2017 #953

    DEEPDKHI2 said: View Post
    Any chance of getting an iso of an x86 build no 17035.
    Hi there. I would, but I haven't updated yet due to the AMD block. You may want to post your question here: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Fast+Skip Ahead Build 17035 for PC Insider - Windows 10 Forums
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  5.    22 Nov 2017 #954


    There's something I've wanted to know for a while concerning the UUP ISO. As far as I understand from what I've read updates via UUP only include files that have changed wrt to the existing build. That being the case how does one go about doing a clean install?

    Do we have to perform two back to back installations i.e, first install happens with the complete ISO of the existing build followed up by a second install from the UUP ISO. Or, does the UUP ISO somehow contain the whole package needed for a clean install?

    And, secondly an unrelated question (didn't want to open a new thread) regarding the registry tweak to disable UUP. Of the two keys to be altered, the "EnableUUPScan" option is completely missing under "Orchestrator" (screenshot below). So I went ahead and changed the other key to disable UUP but it seems the upgrade to 1709 build is still happening via UUP. Initially the download size shown was 2.51 GB. After the download completed and going through the regular drill of "Preparing to install updates" it now shows a further 1.38 GB to be downloaded to continue with the installation.

    Meanwhile the "C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download" folder has swelled to 6+ GB. Can someone shed some light on what's going on. Am I merely wasting precious bandwidth on an install that may fail ( by the signs of it). Btw, it took me several resets of "Windows update component services " to get the current installation going.

    Any advice is appreciated.

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  6.    22 Nov 2017 #955

    All updates including ones for WD go to that folder, you can empty them at will.
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  7.    22 Nov 2017 #956

    Thanks for the reply.

    It seems you misunderstood my question. I'm not concerned so much about the size of the folder. It's just that the folder has grown to that size since the 2.5 GB download but I can't proceed with the installation because there's another 1.3 GB download intimation. I'm still on the 1703 build btw. Never before have I seen this behavior where it goes through the whole process of "Preparing to install updates", taking a couple of hours doing that and then wants me to download another sizable one rather than continue with the installation.

    I'm not sure if this is expected behavior with UUP mode. I don't want the whole thing going down the drain and having to restart the upgrade.

    Also, I would appreciate a response (in case you're aware) regarding my first question (UUP ISO) and the missing key in the registry.

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  8.    22 Nov 2017 #957

    Yes, that's where all parts of UUP upgrade go and that's where UUP to ISO picks them from to make an ISO of a new build.
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  9.    22 Nov 2017 #958

    I'm aware all Windows update files go into the 'download' folder.

    I'll rephrase my first question: Does the ISO created from the UUP download contain the full package for a clean install Or do we need to perform a clean install from an earlier install.ESD ISO (say 1703) initially and then do a second install with the UUP ISO since the UUP ISO only contains files that were changed (if my understanding is right)?

    Second question not related to the above:
    I'm referring to these registry keys:
    1) HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate\Orchestrator\EnableUUPsca n
    2) HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\WindowsUpdate\SupportsUUP

    Although I've set the SupportsUUP Dword in the registry to 0, it seems the upgrade still happens via the UUP mode and not the single ESD mode. The first key EnableUUPscan is missing from the Orchestrator as you can see in the screenshot above. Could that be the reason why the 'UUP disable' hasn't fully taken effect?

    Any info on the two questions above will help me stay prepared for all future upgrades.

    Edit: Hope I'm posting in the correct thread. Didn't think this warranted a fresh topic. Apologies if this is the wrong thread
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  10.    22 Nov 2017 #959

    Yes, ISO made like that contains everything needed for clean install as well as Setup.exe for manual upgrade and is bootable to once you make a bootable USB:
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    ESD mode is not working any more, UUP only.
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