It's strange that MSDN does not have Single Language listed, or am I missing something?
FWIW, came across this
I found that right off with the MC tool not at Tech Bench however where you find that as the last at the bottom of the list of choices. The first time I ended up seeing the Czech download I canceled out fast and when going down again over the list I downloaded the Single language only to find it was 32bit only! No thanks! Had to go back and get the 64bit dual edition download to clear that up before finding I also needed to unplug the two storage drives! No comments please!
Unfortunately I was unable to upgrade my laptop using the ISO, despite it being verified by your hashes.
It refused to accept my laptop's Product Key.
Perhaps the versions didn't match:W7 Home Premium (64 bit) -> W10 Home English International (64 bit)
I noticed that the laptop had ~20 GB of space available in the W7 OS partition, so I tried the Media Creation Tool on the laptop itself (Upgrade option).
The MCT had no problems performing the in-place upgrade.
It didn't even ask me to enter a Product Key (System Properties shows that W10 is Activated).
- Most of my programs survived:
- Speccy got totally culled
- VLC vanished from the Start Menu
- So far it seems like all of my Settings have survived
- Network shares can only be accessed using IP Addresses
The laptop was setup to dual boot W7 HP and LM 17.3 (using GRUB2).
GRUB2 survived and apparently caused no issues with the W10 installation and both OS boot and appear to run without issues.
Windows 10 Insider Preview build 14332 and 14295 Offline ISO files now available for download.
Last edited by Edwin; 08 May 2016 at 05:13. Reason: Wrong link
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Option Three was only just available I see. Back when 7 was new every build saw and iso download avaliable right through the RC builds onto the RTMs. This will make things much easier now being able to slap on a clean install of the latest rather then going through the extended workaround options. I think I will need to find an alternative page to arrive at however since I keep running into the exact same error page.
The second desktop which was down for about 1 1/2 months saw the 14557 first and all since while the main ended up catching the 14557 only a couple of days before the next build arrived once the Insider builds replaced a problem TH2 install since I had hit the stop button in November following the TH2 replacing the Insider version of same a couple of weeks prior.
Honestly, I haven't paid much attention to which Microsoft ones give that, but it is on Techbench and at least a couple others, not technet, I was just there.
I always try anyway, but it just makes it a pain sometimes.
That's because you are being forced into arriving there either IE or Edge as this was just put to the test in Edge and ending up at the download page WITH EASE! I will add. Windows 10 Insider Preview ISO
When you first arrive it will be a "Three Step Process" now in the process of downloading the "Windows10_InsiderPreview_Client_x64_en-us_14332.iso"
1)Click on the Advanced options immediately upon arriving on the first page.
2)Select the correct build by not only number but edition such as avoiding the 32bit only Single English language option when wanting the 64bit 10. The page shows......
First being the edition which requires that you click on the Confirm button before being able to move onto the Language selector which has it's own Confirm button to click.
3)Once those two are taken care of you are then moved onto the next page automatically for choosing the Single flavor being the two links for the 32bit and 64bit options.
And already at 56% with only 6 minutes remaining to have the 14332 ISO itself saved to a secondary drive's download folder. The Option Three edit note is only good for so many days before the links expire!
That's 6:45am MS local or Pacific time there! That means "Monday Morning Blues" for anyone who hasn't taken the time today or been able at first to get it. If you have a router or modem act up or an incomplete download you are allotted that time frame for repeat attempts.Links valid for 24 hours from time of creation.
Links expire: 5/9/2016 6:45:25 AM UTC
(especially if not having used IE or Edge to get there in the first place it seems!)
The Education 14295 build will make for a nice VM as well to give that edition a look over since they did away with the previous Ultimate edition when coming out with 8. Worth a good lookover at least!
Last edited by Night Hawk; 08 May 2016 at 02:08. Reason: additional comment