[DISCUSSION] Windows 10 Enterprise (N) LTSC 2019

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  1. chibiaran

    chibiaran MDL Novice

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    Ended up trying to install W10 on my brand new hardware, and was immediately greeted by a bluescreen without even installing Windows. Greeted me with a BSOD 0xc000000e. So I tried to install W7 instead. Also BSOD but with a different number 0x0000007E. My hardware seems to be fine, at least everything is being recognized in my BIOS. I'm now running memtest 86+ and will wait for its results.

    But I wanted to make sure: Could this be in any way related to my BIOS settings? I didn't make any changes to it, but it's my first MSI board and I'm fairly lost with their UI. I created my USB drives with the Microsoft DVD Tool.
     
  2. Enthousiast

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  3. case-sensitive

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    >Preview 1809 CU?

    :) ...... I was so excited i didnt read that far :)
     
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  6. jim_p

    jim_p MDL Member

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    Is it worth installing w10 ltsc on a 10th gen i5 10400?
     
  7. qwesta

    qwesta MDL Member

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    Yes, if you also want a bloat free and fast OS
     
  8. jim_p

    jim_p MDL Member

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    I always do. The problem is... will it be trouble free or that new gen of intel cpus is too fresh for the current ltsc?
     
  9. AndyMutz

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    @jim_p

    I am still running LTSB 2016 on a 9th gen system, and I have no problems whatsoever.
    you should be more than fine with LTSC 2019 on a 10th gen system.

    -andy-
     
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    it would be interesting to see windows 10 ltsb 2015 on a 10th gen intel
     
  11. solarr

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    Hi, well, I have a LTSC iso I got from the SW_DVD5_WIN_ENT_LTSC_2019_64-bit_English_MLF_X21-96425 once. I see there is a newer relase. Now, do we need it? won't LTSC upgrade itself to this newer version, ? ( I thought it would , one only couldn't upgrade/change SKU)? If so , these bpatches being flaunted about. Where are the sources for these? What do I have to do to install a 'freashest' ltsc basically. no md5sums are meaningful . sha-1 ya ok. b2 is ok. but ye, why all these hoops and not just "here, or a few actual screenies or better info for 'valid, original hashsums' to avoid this endless bla bla, makes it seem a tad suspicious.
     
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    hehe.. thanks :) I guess it's only been about a decade but hey :D Anyway, ye I sorted it out, thanks to about 400 pages from here :p I had an older ltsc from before, and it just seemed like one couldn't use it due to the extreme amounts of info here, yet lack of simple official checksum verifications etc.. but ok, I feel confident about that one AND the one I went for : en_windows_10_enterprise_ltsc_2019_x64_dvd_5795bb03.iso

    At least as confident as one can be with hash functions. I would have preferred figuring out how to make the patches from eval, but it's been so long I been on windows (I did try a year or two ago a bit), but coudln't figure out how to beat the game! (changing sku to EnterpriseS from EnterpriseEvalS). ANyway, here we go. This is all just to try a game. I suppose windows doesn't have any other practical value so could have just used the eval I suppose.
     
  14. Enthousiast

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    All released LTSC ISOs (17763.1/17763.107/17763.316) will get the same updates offered when installed, only don't use 17763.1 for upgrades, use at least the one you have (17763.107).
     
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  15. Crims0nShad3

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    So I installed this ISO: en_windows_10_enterprise_ltsc_2019_x64_dvd_74865958.iso

    I activated it with the manual method from KMS_VL_ALL and it seemed to work fine.

    But Windows Update keeps failing. Any idea why that could be?

    2020-07 Servicing Stack Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB4565912)
     
  16. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    That's not a 1809 update but a 2016 LTSB update.
     
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  17. solarr

    solarr MDL Novice

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    Ye, cheers Enthusiast.. accepted the sum of the newest? but dang, I am sure I had the realtek audio control app yest with ltsc, but I guess not. At least it was on ltsc server channel when I was testing I am fairly certain? Either way, windows,
    always the same dung.. have to either program something up to access realtek onboard audio to split the inputs, as my headphones aren't working per now, OR have to go to great lengths and put this windows store back on, (which is what we were avoiding in the first place).. JUST to get sound on speakers. Yup, windows is just as primitive as back in the 90s. :) Ye, thanks for ISO . I am just suprised, why all these endless posts about the ltsc svf patching and what not, if one could just focus on one iso (or 2) and just upgrade.