UUP to ISO - Create Bootable ISO from Windows 10 Build Upgrade Files  

  1.    18 Aug 2018 #1250

    Yeah, but you have "UUP Dump Miniserver" section in the TUT
    it would not hurt to add a note about VC++ 2017 x86 requirement :)

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       18 Aug 2018 #1251

    Bilal66 said: View Post
    Yeah, but you have "UUP Dump Miniserver" section in the TUT
    it would not hurt to add a note about VC++ 2017 x86 requirement :)

    I can add that, no problems there.

    However, this tutorial is about making ISO from UUP files downloaded with Windows Update. I have added the alternative method to get UUP files, the UUP Dump only as courtesy for those members having issues with Windows Update. It is in no way related to this tutorial other than to show an alternative method.

    UUPtoISO tool works exactly as told in tutorial, to create ISO image from UUP upgrade files downloaded with Windows Update.

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       18 Aug 2018 #1252

    Thanks Kari. I was following the video and it was that service that gets files from web.

    I clicked update, then run. The command window opens, ARIA2, in background and the browser starts. This is where I would receive message. I added the C++ 32 bit and process worked exactly how your video states. I just followed the video as I thought it was just another view of the tutorial. I'll go back and just use written words.

    This was a clean machine, no customizations or tweaks. Clean Insiders builds.

    Thank you for posting the video and tutorial.
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  4.    28 Sep 2018 #1253

    slicendice said: View Post
    1. From the link I provided press the "Download using aria2 and then convert" to grab the zip file with all the tools you need. (THE LINK)
    2. Extract the zip to a folder on your C-drive
    3. Open Elevated CMD
    4. Navigate to the folder you just created
    5. run "aria2_download.cmd"
    6. wait for the download to complete and when asked to convert, press y and enter
    7. Now your conversion starts and you will get the ISO in same folder.
    8. DONE!
    Hello, it's not working for me, this is the message I get:
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ID:	206051It seems this is not available anymore...
    Does anyone could pass me an iso please?
    thank you
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  5.    30 Oct 2018 #1254

    For the longest time, UUP2ISO has had this strange behaviour where it gets stuck and we need to blindly press the e key to have it resume operation.
    Probably some internally-called program presenting some choice to the user.
    Any chance it can be fixed or handled better?
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       30 Oct 2018 #1255

    It's most likely your AV interfering with the process. Try disabling scanning of the UUP folders and any UUP executable.
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  7.    09 Nov 2018 #1256

    Sorry if it already has been answered, I didn't find the error.
    I downloaded 18277 amd64 with miniserver-master and tried to UUPtoISO it. The error is following:
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ID:	211773
    Do you have any idea how to fix it?
    Thank you.
    PS: I already tried to redownload, the result is the same.
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  8.    10 Nov 2018 #1257

    One good man sent me the link to a good tool. Unfortunately, the tool shows the same result. It seems to me that the build is a bit broken. =(
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  9.    10 Nov 2018 #1258
    Last edited by pigpenz; 10 Nov 2018 at 15:01. Reason: left out
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  10.    10 Nov 2018 #1259

    pigpenz said: View Post
    Yes I did. It creates x86 build as it should but amd64 fails. Maybe the error refers to my locale but anyway the image creation fails.
    In addition, the new tool requires an elevation on start and it makes me sad. =)
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