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  1. Kari's Avatar
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       23 Jun 2017 #220

    badrobot said: View Post
    Wait, is there a Home version for Insider?
    All editions have Insider builds (exception: Enterprise LTSB).
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  2. badrobot's Avatar
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       23 Jun 2017 #221

    martyfelker said: View Post
    I can't find the folder required by UUPtoISO either. What has changed. At least some ESD files are in the main ...\Download directory but that isn't right. .


    also Im having problem here with a fresh windows 10 insider build in vm not upgrading to this build. tells me to reboot and it skips the upgrade and goes to the login screen.

    cant convert uup to iso because I couldnt find the correct folder as nothing matched the instructions.....
    [/QUOTE]

    whatever folder comes up, that's the one. I was also wondering but I created the ISO anyway and it was working great.
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  3. badrobot's Avatar
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       23 Jun 2017 #222

    Kari said: View Post
    All editions have Insider builds (exception: Enterprise LTSB).
    When I joined the Insider, the FREE key at the time was already a PRO version.
    And yeah it makes sense, some machines can't handle PRO.
    Thanks for clarifying Kari.
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  4. Kari's Avatar
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       23 Jun 2017 #223

    Fafhrd said: View Post
    I seem to be the first to propose this disclosure of software distribution folder names for new builds, and geeks like you often mention in the course of your comments, the location and name of the folder, yet everyone who uses the folder for creation of an ISO is in possession of the fact.
    I did that a few times, posting the folder name in UUPtoISO tutorial thread (see this post for instance).

    I stopped doing it for two reasons: first, my hardware is such old and slow that when I finally find out the folder name, it is already old news, and second because I only did x64 versions having no idea of x86 folder name.

    I only recently got a W10 tablet which runs x86, that's why I could provide the folder name this time.

    I repeat that all editions (Home, Pro, Education and Enterprise) have / use same folder; it's always the same folder for all x64 editions, and another folder for all x86 editions.
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  5. jygoro's Avatar
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       23 Jun 2017 #224

    martyfelker said: View Post
    OK. Here we have a screenprint of what running bash under build 16215 looks. I'm going to try my best to update this VM to build 15226 and see if there is a difference. I'm not particularly hopeful since nothing was mentioned. Attachment 140572
    Dunno if you know but you can still install bash enabling it on "Turn on off features" and later typing "lxrun /install" on cmd.
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  6.    23 Jun 2017 #225

    BugMeister said: View Post
    what method do you use to get into Safe Mode - I've heard that it is problematic for some..
    It's so easy to do it shouldn't problematic for anyone...

    1) right-click start button
    2) select "Run"
    3) Type msconfig in the box and run it
    4) msconfig opens the "System Configuration" box
    5) click on the "Boot" tab
    6) look for "Boot options" in the lower left
    7) put a check in the "Safe boot" checkbox & select the "network" button
    8) click "OK"
    9) reboot when prompted to do so and you will boot into safe mode with an Internet connection

    When booted into safe mode, do everything you did earlier to install .net 3.5 again--this time it will complete successfully

    When you've installed .net 3.5, repeat the above 9 simple steps with one exception--click in the safe boot checkbox again to *clear it*--when you reboot you will boot back into normal mode

    Safe mode is a mode of operation specifically designed for troubleshooting as when you enter safe mode only a very few rudimentary device drivers are loaded. And we can see that in normal Windows 10 operating mode some device driver somewhere is prohibiting the re-installation of .net 3.5--which is why it works fine in safe mode but fails in normal mode.
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  7. BugMeister's Avatar
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       23 Jun 2017 #226

    - spot on..
    - thanks, waltc
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  8. jygoro's Avatar
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       23 Jun 2017 #227

    Had lots of problems to update from 16215. After 4 hours of finding the new build a "Download" button appeared on Settings and after clicking it fell in to a loop of Downloading...Installing...Downloading...
    Running the Windows Update Troubleshoot detected a damaged database and after that it updated to 16266 without problem.
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  9. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    Triple boot - Win 10 Pro, Win 10 Pro Insider (2) - (and a sprinkling of VMs)
       23 Jun 2017 #228

    martyfelker said: View Post
    I can't find the folder required by UUPtoISO either. What has changed. At least some ESD files are in the main ...\Download directory but that isn't right. .


    also Im having problem here with a fresh windows 10 insider build in vm not upgrading to this build. tells me to reboot and it skips the upgrade and goes to the login screen.

    cant convert uup to iso because I couldnt find the correct folder as nothing matched the instructions.....
    [/QUOTE]
    @martyfelker

    Did you do the search in DOWNLOAD for ext:esd ? That should have given you an esd file listed. Right click it, and open it's location. That is the directory you want for UUPtoISO.

    It's all in Kari's tut.
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  10. badrobot's Avatar
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       23 Jun 2017 #229

    @martyfelker

    Did you do the search in DOWNLOAD for ext:esd ? That should have given you an esd file listed. Right click it, and open it's location. That is the directory you want for UUPtoISO.

    It's all in Kari's tut.[/QUOTE]
    He's saying that it's in the folder as specified in the tut. Which is true. It's on a folder with a different name.
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