Download Windows Install Media Techbench/MVS ISO/UUP/SVF/ESD

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  1. windows123

    windows123 MDL Junior Member

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    Okay, so once I do the whole thing, I have to worry to do this ever again, or only if I install it on another computer?

    If for instance I change the GPU, I have to get another genuineticket.xml again?

    Im downloading .esd, 2 hours to go . Is the convertion to ISO fast?
     
  2. Zibri

    Zibri MDL Novice

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    Question: there are many ways to activate. One is still missing: phone activation reverse engineering.
    Does anybody know what program/dll is responsible for the check of the confirmation ID?
    I could start checking if you want, it would be a nice addition and the final nail in the coffin :D
    At that point to activate any version you would just have to do:
    cscript %DriverData%\..\..\slmgr.vbs /dti
    [keygen]
    cscript %DriverData%\..\..\slmgr.vbs /atp confirmationid activationid​
    :D
     
  3. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    I don't think it will be allowed here.

    And has no relation to the subject of this thread.
     
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  6. Neskopee

    Neskopee MDL Novice

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    TechBench Dump of Windows 10 19H2 "Windows 10 1909 [ID: 1429]" is corrupted.

    Downloaded the ISO twice without resuming / interruption, tried to install it twice, and at both times the installer would come up with Error code: 0x80070570.
    "Windows cannot install required files. The file may be corrupt or missing. Make sure all files required for installation are available and restart the installation. Error code: 0x80070570"

    Waste of bandwith.
     
  7. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    What is the ISO filename and the sha-1 you have?
     
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    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    Probably something local, mem corrupt, installmedium corrupt, just give me the sha1 and iso filename and i can check, the isos are directly downloaded from msft servers.
     
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    THANK YOU !! one of the best pages i have found...
    :D
     
  11. Pareto Optimal

    Pareto Optimal MDL Senior Member

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    #1454 Pareto Optimal, Jun 15, 2020
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    My apologies that this question isn't specific to this thread but could someone please help?

    I have a Win10 32/64-bit install ISO I downloaded via MS Media Creation Tool a couple or three months ago. It REQUIRES me to enter an email address. It didn't used to do that.

    Yahoo Email REQUIRES me to enter a valid phone number to create an email address. They call to give you a code to activate your newly created email address. It didn't used to do that.

    I'm setting up one of my old laptops for a needy person who's never had a computer. Can I get the Win Install to NOT ask for an email address? Is there a way to skip that?

    It asked if I wanted to do something else but there was no way to say NO. It went along installing that. I just used this thumbdrive made with RUFUS to do another install and I don't recall it asking for anything by an email address and a PIN.

    I thought I used this ISO on a thumbdrive to fix another person's laptop with a fresh install and it only asked for an email address and a PIN. I entered a dummy email address and a PIN. It didn't go on asking me IF I want to install something else. This time it wanted to setup/install more crap.

    is there a way to bypass any of this, the email and PIN and the later crap it wanted to install?

    Once Win10 is installed, can he/I change the email address that was entered? Can it be deleted so there's no email address. Is that done by having no account associated with Win10? So, there's no login screen?

    It would have been nice to setup an email address for this guy.

    Is Yahoo selling our phone numbers? Is Yahoo going to text us adverts. I don't want them to have my land line or cell phone numbers. Nosy, big brother wanting to know our contact info to sell to companies??

    Thank you.
     
  12. LostED

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  13. Pareto Optimal

    Pareto Optimal MDL Senior Member

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    Is that an option in the install?

    Thanks
     
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    Pareto Optimal MDL Senior Member

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    The problem has nothing to do with the router nor the Internet. It's about bypassing a part of the WIn10 install. I'll just fudge it. Thanks for your help.
     
  16. LostED

    LostED SVF Patch Lover

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    i think posted by Enthousiast how to "bypass"
    search posts
     
  17. Pareto Optimal

    Pareto Optimal MDL Senior Member

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    You were right, LostED. I didn't understand what you were saying. You can do a "Limited Experience" install to bypass MS's CRAP. No email address nor PIN are required. There's a point where you can choose not to connect to a network. It wont ask for an email and PIN if you don't connect to a network. Even if you choose to connect to a network, a step or two later you can choose "Limited Experience". It's one of three choices in the lower left hand corner. I always go back and test every possible choice which makes me do more than one installation to see how it's all working since the last time I did an install. Thank you very much for your help.