Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Tito, Jul 21, 2016.
you probably need to install latest Servicing Stack Update first.
i did but still the same problem!
Thanks for update,
However, WU does not offer kb4467684 on my LTSB machine (16393.2608). Say up to date. The latest update is the fix for Flash player.
All others updates are there.
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Found the solution
SSU kb4132216 MUST be installed first, even if has been superseded by kb4465659
then the latest CU gets installed correctly.
Currently, SSU kb4132216 and SSU kb4465659 are BOTH required prior to CU updates... W10UI_5.x performs this properly...
Yes, so odd, had exactly the same experience when trying to integrate 2018-09 CU directly into a .0 ISO a while back. Then noticed that if installing .0 live an letting Windows Update do its thing, that it it always first install the 2018-05 CU, only then would install 2018-09 CU. Another great stunt pulled off by MS, as CU are always promoted as replacing all previous CU without the need to install them in a row which depends on the previous one.
KB4132216 is a baseline update. It is required to install all further updates, and is never superseded.
@abbodi1406 has explained, somewhere.
Excuse me for my bad english. I'm an italian W10 user.
I am trying to find in all ways the original (unaltered) ISO for:
Windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSB (x64) - DVD (Italian)
SHA1 Hash: dec5088aa2867c94be9ee8a5c99735963e1b6ee1
File Name: it_windows_10_enterprise_2016_ltsb_x64_dvd_9060446.iso
Windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSB N (x64) - DVD (Italian)
SHA1 Hash: 87f6bf28f2c8b9c2e3ed388112a697610d16fa61
File Name: it_windows_10_enterprise_2016_ltsb_n_x64_dvd_9057896.iso
I need to find exactly one of these versions but it seems extremly hard to find them on the net and I can't discover them on this site (even if they were).
I know there is a patch or something like that (named "Svf" ?) to change language of the version, but I'm not able to use this kind of tool (and I don't speak english well enough to learn on the net without spend a lot of time). Moreover I would like to have just an ISO file because I prefer it to be as simple as possible.
I have red about some user that were looking for specific localization of W10 LTSB and you have been so kind to provide them working link to the exact wanted version.
I ask politely if you could help me making available a working link for the ISO of one of the versions above indicated (or both).
Sorry for the disturb and thank you so much for the help you eventually will give me.
I integrated kb4132216, kb4465659, kb4467684, kb4477029 and kb4054590 by using W10UI-5.4.
That finished succesfully.
But what to do now? How to get updated iso file?
Thanks, and sorry for bad english.
I forgot to say, I integrated updates in extracted iso, not in Windows.
Per the W10UI_5.4 W10UI-ReadMe:
Manual options (for advanced users):
Edit the script with notepad (or text editor) to change
create new iso file if the target is a distribution folder
require ADK installed, or placing oscdimg.exe or cdimage.exe next to the script
Thank you, yo were very helpful.
I copied oscdimg.exe in same folder with W10Ui.cmd and msu files, and this time iso file is created.
Very nice script, thanks to abbodi1406 for script and to MMIKEE for explanation.
Are these suggestion applicable to 1607 Pro version, (to fix latest CU installation)
Because after update 2018-05 issues appeared when I try to install newer CU's.
My solution to get latest CU (2018-12), was to integrate updates into ISO
This worked fine, until I tried to install latest CU.
Okay, now I written comment, then checked out links above, and found more info about my problem.
Seems like if you are on Pro, only way to install latest CU's, is integrate them into image.
0. Install KB4132216.
1. Get NSudo, ProcessHacker, or other utility that allows you to run software with TrustedInstaller rights/access.
2. Run with it file manager/explorer (in my case Explorer++)
3. Navigate to - C:\Windows\WinSxS\amd64_microsoft-windows-servicingstack_31bf3856ad364e35_10.0.14393.0_none_36d3ccc3ddfd1ecb
4. Copy wcp.dll
5. Paste copied file in - C:\Windows\WinSxS\amd64_microsoft-windows-servicingstack_31bf3856ad364e35_10.0.14393.2272_none_7f1843c421e0830a
This folder should appear when you install KB4132216. (if necessary create backup, and replace wcp file)
6. Install latest cumulatives.
*I think folder names can change for other users, but it should be easy to understand 14393.0 and 14393.2272, where to take file, and where to paste it.
Tested on 2018-12 CU (KB4483229), installed without problems.
Before update system had only 2018-05 CU (KB4103720).
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