KB5000842 Windows 10 Insider Beta 19043.906 21H1 and RP 19042.906 20H2 Insider

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  1. Posts : 25,634
    Windows 11 Pro 22621.1
       #100

    kado897 said:
    UUPDump gives you the 906 iso but it is very slow including the 906 CU and at some points seems to have stalled while Windows Defender crawls all over it so be prepared to wait.
    KB5000842 Windows 10 Insider Beta 19043.906 21H1 and RP 19042.906 20H2
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  2. Posts : 24,515
    10 Home x64 (21H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #101

    Some of us who are not Insiders still like to have a look at what's to come, so links to cab files like those that @Zardoc posted are very welcome. I usually set a VM going a month or so before an expected release...
    KB5000842 Windows 10 Insider Beta 19043.906 21H1 and RP 19042.906 20H2-image.png

    ...no issues.
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  3. Posts : 4,224
    Windows 10
       #102

    Great discussion. I'm pointing the Insider Team at it, in fact.
    Keep up the good work, compadres!
    --Ed--
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  4. Posts : 203
    Windows 10 Pro 21H1
       #103

    I'm creating the ISO now, left it running while I watch TV for an hour or two!

    Update: ISO created, it's over 6GB in size? Is this right?
    Last edited by BrianInEngland; 26 Mar 2021 at 16:05.
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  5. Posts : 11,171
    Windows / Linux : Arch Linux
       #104

    Zardoc said:
    Jimbo,

    Can you elaborate? I don't really see this here.
    Hi there
    for me - it seems to take ages to boot and start programs -- This was from a WU update - I usually do these types of updates via UUPDUMP which for me at least seems to offer better solutions - but I thought most people will get this via WU so I'll do it that way instead.

    I'm "Canning" this build and having a go via UUPDUMP via update from the previous release to try agin -- I can't believe W10 can be this bad in performance so I'm not sure how WU hosed up my system.

    It's difficult to "Quantify" this stuff without definite measurements but I think I'm experienced enough to know when I' getting degraded performance compared to what I'm used to -- especiallly on the same hardware.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  6. Posts : 25,634
    Windows 11 Pro 22621.1
       #105

    jimbo45 said:
    Hi there
    for me - it seems to take ages to boot and start programs -- This was from a WU update - I usually do these types of updates via UUPDUMP which for me at least seems to offer better solutions - but I thought most people will get this via WU so I'll do it that way instead.

    I'm "Canning" this build and having a go via UUPDUMP via update from the previous release to try agin -- I can't believe W10 can be this bad in performance so I'm not sure how WU hosed up my system.

    It's difficult to "Quantify" this stuff without definite measurements but I think I'm experienced enough to know when I' getting degraded performance compared to what I'm used to -- especiallly on the same hardware.

    Cheers
    jimbo
    You are referring to build 19043.906 and not 22343.1000? I have no performance loss with 19043.906 but 23434.1000 is horrible, it took 3 minutes to boot.
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  7. Posts : 481
    Windows 10 Pro
       #106

    It is still not installed here. If Microsoft want it to be so difficult to try their new Windows features, then others have to take over. I have spend severel hours trying to get this to work, including Brinks guides and DISM GUI x64, but still gets the same error as with WU. I'm going to play some Quake 2 instead, at least this old program still works fine
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  8. Posts : 401
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
       #107

    I just cheated and used macrium reflect to image back to 19042.870 Publice Release.
    Then I rejoined the Insider Beta Ring and let it update from Windows Updates.

    I use the same system and drives to test the different builds while keeping MR images of them.
    So luckily I had an up to date current image with the public release of 19042 to go back to.

    All ship shape now and running fine. Not experiencing any performance issues like Jimbo

    peace
    wanna
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  9. Posts : 516
    Windows 10 Enterprise
       #108

    Josey Wales said:
    You are referring to build 19043.906 and not 22343.1000? I have no performance loss with 19043.906 but 23434.1000 is horrible, it took 3 minutes to boot.
    I tend to agree with Josey here. This build has all the makings of a Swiss cheese sandwich or a homemade mac and cheese (throw everything in the same pot) POTLUCK but the end result is that the build is solid. I just built a new Z590 system and it's really smooth after bios update. Still a few bugs but we all know that most new boards are up to par after about 6 months of drivers and bios updates.

    2.5 network and WiFi 6 (but not 6 here ) is solid. Sees my router as a NAS and the only issue that I have is transfer by NAS is much slower than copy paste of files between the Workgroup.

    I'm using an image built Windows Ent with junk removed. Boot is about 18 seconds to desktop and to me that's blazing fast.

    So, I really don't get what exactly is your issue. Maybe outdated hardware or driver incompatibility?

    Thanks Jimbo.

    I have more issues here with Cloudflare than Windows.
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  10. Posts : 56,049
    Multi-boot Windows 10/11 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider
       #109

    Took roughly 30 minutes to make the ISO, but 6GB later I had a usable in-place and got to 19043.906.

    Anybody here who's on the Dev Insider....... I wonder who tested this pipeline?
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