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  1. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    ap1978 said:
    Another thing worth trying is WinSetupFromUSB WinSetupFromUSB | Install Windows from USB with WinSetupFromUSB, multiboot and a lot more . This is what I use to create Windows installs via ISO to USB. By the way, Rufus 3.9 Build 1624 was released today: Releases . pbatard/rufus . GitHub
    Thanks............
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  2. Josey Wales's Avatar
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       #21

    I just extracted the ISO to a flash Drive.
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       #22

    Does anyone else lack transparency in the taskbar search box?
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  4. Brink's Avatar
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       #23

    The next release of Windows is coming! Explore new features in Windows 10 Version 2004 and test deploying the pre-release build from Windows Server Update Service (WSUS) or Windows Update for Business (WUfB).

    Windows 10 Professional & Enterprise | Windows Insider Program

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  5. Zardoc's Avatar
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       #24

    Hey guys,

    Are a few of you getting ESENT errors ?

    Thanks
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  6. jimbo45's Avatar
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       #25

    Hi folks

    Can't seem to make bootable ISO any more via rufus with the build retrieved from UUPDUMP. Anybody else with the problem.

    I can still "Clean install" via running the setup.exe from the iso image on the computer but if doing on several machines it's nice to have a bootable USB.

    (I also tried via dd but that doesn't give bootable usb either).

    I see rufus 3.9 released so I'll try that.

    Cheers
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  7. jimbo45's Avatar
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       #26

    Hi folks

    Rufus 3.9 -- USB device now bootable from the UUPDUMP ISO -- must have been something in the creation of the UEFI Boot -- I was using a Kingston Traveller 16GB USB drive formatted FAT32 -- perfectly "Bog standard " device for this stuff.

    The ISO I created contains both W10 PRO and W10 Pro for Workstations --I'm installing the W10 PRO for workstations.

    Looks like RUFUS 3.8 might have had a flaw in it. 3.9 working OK

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  8. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #27

    jimbo45 said:
    Hi folks

    Rufus 3.9 -- USB device now bootable from the UUPDUMP ISO -- must have been something in the creation of the UEFI Boot -- I was using a Kingston Traveller 16GB USB drive formatted FAT32 -- perfectly "Bog standard " device for this stuff.

    The ISO I created contains both W10 PRO and W10 Pro for Workstations --I'm installing the W10 PRO for workstations.

    Looks like RUFUS 3.8 might have had a flaw in it. 3.9 working OK

    Cheers
    jimbo
    Did 3.9 create a small Fat32 for the UEFI, and an NTFS for the remainder? Mine did for the 19041 because the WIM was greater than 4GB. Worked fine.
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  9. jimbo45's Avatar
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       #28

    f14tomcat said:
    Did 3.9 create a small Fat32 for the UEFI, and an NTFS for the remainder? Mine did for the 19041 because the WIM was greater than 4GB. Worked fine.
    Hi there
    I just let Rufus 3.9 do the whole thing - it defaulted to VFAT - -- it's only a 16GB USB stick which I only ever use for these sorts of things so it must be OK

    I'm on one of my Linux systems currently but here's the details of the USB stick I used (after Rufus 3.9 ) : (/dev/sdg)

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  10. Dave44's Avatar
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       #29

    f14tomcat said:
    Did 3.9 create a small Fat32 for the UEFI, and an NTFS for the remainder? Mine did for the 19041 because the WIM was greater than 4GB. Worked fine.
    i use UUP dump to created ISO and always chose to covert it to ESD so it under 4GB for UEFI boot
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