Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Tito, Feb 1, 2018.
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I'd like some help please.
I run LTSC on my desktop system (which is superb), but are there any implications of running it on my new NUC system?, bearing in mind, that it has Iris Pro graphics (655), and every driver I've seen for them is DCH?
Sorry for for hijacking this answer.
For german the latest (17763.316) official (untouched) iso would be this one - right?
there is nothing wrong with installing DCH drivers on LTSC 2019, they work just fine. (at least all the DCH drivers I have tested till now)
Including control panel?
New CU for 1809 (17763.1131):
yes, including control panels from intel and realtek.
I made an error and installed Enterprise LTSC 2019 Enterprise Evaluation x64, is there a way to convert it to full Enterprise without formatting again ?
Thanks in advance
Has this been pulled? I had decided to sit tight and just let it update itself, but I never got it. So now I checked microsoft update catalog it has no download links. I know there are links provided in the repo thread. My question is if there's any reason why the update isn't available on the catalog or windows update.
I think there is an error in ltsc installation. That's why.
Sorry for my bad english
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Somehow I've mistakenly used the mandatory SSU prerequisite as example, but using search advice still stands.
Also, direct links you've quoted as not working do, in fact, work. Just re-try a few times
The LTSB name at 1809 updates is just MSFT not being consistent with their own policy of changing Brand to Channel.
I'm currently using your guide from the post "[INFO - DISCUSSION + Downloads] Windows 10 1809 FINAL b 17763.xxx (PC) [RS5]" (sorry, I can't post links yet), specifically the bottom part where you said "Download the most current 1809 updates." Apologies if this is a silly question, but I wasn't able to find an answer on MDL and a post on Microsoft suggests installing 32-bit updates if offered, but since you included both x86 and x64 updates (and some arm64 files as well), which one should I be downloading if my computer is an "x64 based system"?
If your system is x64 (amd64), you need the x64 updates. The others will not install on your system.
Same thing happened to me. I don't know why.
Could someone help us out?