Can't find it in Windows Update, even with the ISO it wont work on an other pc.
Additional to above, you may find the panther log in the hidden ~BT folder.
Log location before Setup can access the drive.
Log location when Setup rolls back in the event of a fatal error.
Log location of Setup actions after disk configuration.
Used to log Plug and Play device installations.
Location of memory dump from bug checks.
Location of log minidumps from bug checks.
Location of Sysprep logs.
Cliff S thanks for the pointer. The directory C:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Sources\Panther has a number of files named like "CompatData_2016_08_09_10_32_59_3_006f0018.xml". This being the final one at around the time the process failed. The last entry in there is.
Any idea how I find out what that program ID belongs to?Code:</DriverPackages><Programs><Program Id="000058ebb4dc35c5076f0b8d1d8e34d797f80000ffff" IconId="000058ebb4dc35c5076f0b8d1d8e34d797f80000ffff"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="Hard" StatusDetail="UpgradeBlock"/><Action Name="ManualUninstall" DisplayStyle="Text" ResolveState="NotRun"/>
I stopped there though. I don't want to wipe the current install just yet. This thumb drive will become my universal install media though.
Seems like we just finished the AU and it's patch Tuesday again in about 20 mins
The new VM just seen on the second of the month only saw the options for Home or Pro and not Education there. I ran that fast mainly for getting the build number to compare otherwise with the last few Insider builds. Of course I still have the 14279 files as well as install.wim here along with the 316, 328, other Tech Bench downloads in both 32/64 flavors for dual edition isos.
Is there a Wmdiagerr.xml or diagerr.xml file present as well? When the online upgrade by MC Tool failed I ran into the two of those as well as another but not viewed by the same means to derive the SetupHost.exe type error. Driverpackage would be updates the 10 installer is either to unpack or download to install.
IF you right click to open with WordPad you might find a similar error to: "Exe="C:\$Windows.~WS\Sources\SetupHost.Exe" Mod="SetupHost.Exe" Err="12180" " when going over the complete breakdown. You will need through most of the expanded view however to find something being pointed to in particular.