[DISCUSSION] Windows 10 Final Build 19041/2.1/208/264/329/388/450 (PC) [20H1/2 vb_release]

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  1. P40L0

    P40L0 MDL Member

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    For the second point: nope.
    I grabbed the 19041.1 ISO from UUP and clean installed without being an Insider, nor enrolled in any Insider ring.
    I still received both .21 and .84 officially.

    It's RTM build.
     
  2. dsbig

    dsbig MDL Senior Member

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    not everyone is going to clean install..

    it has to be able to upgrade with no problems....
     
  3. windows builder

    windows builder MDL Expert

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    This build will be RTM when Microsoft announces this!
     
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  4. windows builder

    windows builder MDL Expert

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    This build itself is still an insider. :D
    Even there are no official ISOs.
     
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  5. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    And still this build will be the one for the next major release.

    With .84 now x64 clean install works again.

    18362.1 also didn't get an ISO but still is the base for all 18362/3 builds.

    Updates are publicly available on WU, only fod's like dotnetfx35 by add/remove features have no download files available.
     
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  6. dsbig

    dsbig MDL Senior Member

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    but......

    microsoft never announces rtm anymore:eek:
     
  7. Schroedinger2015

    Schroedinger2015 MDL Member

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    It still has the UEFI boot issues, that is it doesn't boot like a full uefi environment (I've tested 18363 isos which work like a charm).
     
  8. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    #588 Enthousiast, Feb 12, 2020
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    (OP)
    I am preparing a test on a real system but in x86 UEFI VM, the x86 19041.84 ISO boots fine, same for the x64 ISO on a x64 UEFI VM.

    Update: on my second system, csm disabled and secureboot on, all installs fine.
     
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  9. Platino

    Platino MDL Novice

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    Will be 19041.84 candidate to RTM build?
     
  10. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    19041.xx or xxx will be.
     
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  11. Platino

    Platino MDL Novice

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    It will be release on March or April no?
     
  12. WindowsGeek

    WindowsGeek MDL Addicted

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    To me fell more stable now at .84
     
  13. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    We don't know when but it should be one of those months.
     
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  14. armond

    armond MDL Addicted

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    #594 armond, Feb 12, 2020
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    Yeah. I see.
    Thanks for reporting.
    Did you use W10UI for integration?
    @abbodi1406Maybe because of boot.wim resetbase by W10UI?
     
  15. janos666

    janos666 MDL Member

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    My desktop machine still works fine after the recent updates, my laptop (which initially had upgrade issues - I think updating all applicable drivers and cleaning the stale versions from the driverstore helped with this but could be random) now can't log in it's single (admin) user (neither with PIN, nor password).
     
  16. er557

    er557 MDL Member

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    I think i understand the driver responsible for failure to upgrade. I have media center from MDL installed and hacked on the OS. I will de-install it as well as perform a clean boot scenario without 3rd party services and startup items. I saw MCE mentioned more than once in panther upgrade logs. In general, it is useful to dig around in the $windows folder created by the upgrade setup each time, to see what it tried to do.
     
  17. windows builder

    windows builder MDL Expert

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    :facepalm: what is in your head ?!
     
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  18. abbodi1406

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    convert-UUP.cmd has a condition for build 18890 and later, it set bootmenupolicy legacy
    because there was issue regarding that, not sure if it fixed in 19041 or not

    you can rem comment these lines or remove them (starting line 492)
    Code:
    if %_build% geq 18890 (
    set "bcde=bin\bcdedit.exe"
    set "BCDBIOS=ISOFOLDER\boot\bcd"
    set "BCDUEFI=ISOFOLDER\efi\microsoft\boot\bcd"
    !bcde! /store !BCDBIOS! /set {default} bootmenupolicy legacy %_Nul3%
    !bcde! /store !BCDUEFI! /set {default} bootmenupolicy legacy %_Nul3%
    attrib -s -h -a "!BCDBIOS!.LOG*" %_Nul3%
    attrib -s -h -a "!BCDUEFI!.LOG*" %_Nul3%
    del /f /q "!BCDBIOS!.LOG*" %_Nul3%
    del /f /q "!BCDUEFI!.LOG*" %_Nul3%
    )
     
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  20. windows builder

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