KB5004296 Windows 10 Insider RP 19043.1149 (21H1) or 19044.1149 (21H2) Insider

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  1. Hewjr100's Avatar
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       #100

    Have 21h2 ISO but it is over 5 GB. Using Rufus to make bootable, van I make ISO smaller.

    Gort
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  2. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    Multi-boot Windows 10 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider
       #101

    Hewjr100 said:
    Have 21h2 ISO but it is over 5 GB. Using Rufus to make bootable, van I make ISO smaller.

    Gort
    If you have a recent version of Rufus, not an old one, Rufus should handle that and create 2 partitions. One for the fat32 boot and one for the NTFS install data. You just have to make sure the thumb drive is big enough. 8GB is pretty standard for this.
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  3. Zardoc's Avatar
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       #102

    Hewjr100 said:
    Have 21h2 ISO but it is over 5 GB. Using Rufus to make bootable, van I make ISO smaller.

    Gort
    Good for you!! You did it
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  4. bobkn's Avatar
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    Win 11 X64 Pro 21H2 22000.100
       #103

    f14tomcat said:
    If you have a recent version of Rufus, not an old one, Rufus should handle that and create 2 partitions. One for the fat32 boot and one for the NTFS install data. You just have to make sure the thumb drive is big enough. 8GB is pretty standard for this.
    It's also fairly simple to split install.wim into two pieces, each smaller than a specified size (use something smaller than 4000MB for a FAT32 drive).

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...-multiple-dvds
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  5. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #104

    Zardoc said:
    Good for you!! You did it
    I may have misinterpreted his post. I took it as a question, "Can I make it smaller?". Typo of V not C, next to each other on KB.
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  6. Zardoc's Avatar
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       #105

    f14tomcat said:
    I may have misinterpreted his post. I took it as a question, "Can I make it smaller?". Typo of V not C, next to each other on KB.
    NO no Tomcat, I was congratulating him because he made the effort to create an ISO. Your answer is on the money.
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  7. Posts : 48
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       #106

    Hewjr100 said:
    Have 21h2 ISO but it is over 5 GB. Using Rufus to make bootable, van I make ISO smaller.

    Gort
    UUPDump has options: Choose specific edition; Convert to ESD & Component Cleanup which should make it small enough. If in hurry and don't wish to redownload and convert everything, then you can split the current .wim inside the .iso as someone before suggested.
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  8. Dark Knight's Avatar
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       #107

    Can amd64 be installed on an x64 system? I understand the story of amd of how AMD created it and Intel ran with it that everyone tells when you google search the question but not one gives a direct answer as to whether you can install amd64 on an x64 system. Trying to download 21H2 v1149 from the UUP Dump but everything is amd64 not x64
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  9. kado897's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home 64bit 21H1 and insider builds
       #108

    Dark Knight said:
    Can amd64 be installed on an x64 system? I understand the story of amd of how AMD created it and Intel ran with it that everyone tells when you google search the question but not one gives a direct answer as to whether you can install amd64 on an x64 system. Trying to download 21H2 v1149 from the UUP Dump but everything is amd64 not x64
    amd64 is the standard x64 install for Windows.
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  10. Dark Knight's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
       #109

    kado897 said:
    amd64 is the standard x64 install for Windows.
    Thank you, that is all they had to say, but I guess that one sentence would be a waste of a web page eh ?
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