[Downloads, Info and DISCUSSION] "Windows 10 April 2018 Update" Final 1803 [17134.xxx] (PC)

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Enthousiast, Apr 16, 2018.

  1. SM03

    SM03 MDL Addicted

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    Hello, Is there any way to change the default Windows wallpaper i.e. img0.jpg from the installation source media ISO to any user preferred image wallpaper via NTLite or msmg-toolkit or any other tool. I am using the free version of the latest NTLite v1.6.0.6174 & found an option under the section of Components/ multimedia but not able to change or edit that
     
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    sh10021 MDL Novice

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    Which file should I download to install and test Windows 10 Pro before potentially buying?
     
  3. 123Zbyniek

    123Zbyniek MDL Novice

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    @Ahsan
    Not for this purpose about which I wrote.
    With USB flash drive made WinToUSB program you can run (not install) the system as from a normal disk.
    This is not a USB to install the system on a disk installed on your computer.
    Please read about it on the page I gave.
    I test each new version of Windows 10 this way.
    In this way, I found that on older Toshiba A200-10W laptop with version 1607 I can not install any newer one anymore.
     
  4. Shwarc

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    Where can I download this image? please.
    Code:
    f75ef7dd30d121fc2aa1a0bb300353bb63e5db4f *SW_DVD9_NTRL_Win_10_1803_32_64_ARM64_MultiLang_-2_App_Update_X21-79791.ISO
     
  5. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    #2208 Enthousiast, May 10, 2018
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    That's no image, it seems to be a SVF patch?

    I saw the -2 in the iso name, some use it for from 2 svf patches.
     
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  6. Tito

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    @123Zbyniek

    Rufus can make Windows To Go medias too.

    @Shwarc

    We need someone with VLSC access to mirror it.
     
  7. SM03

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    Is there any OP here at MDL where I can get some help about the NTLite deployment?
     
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  11. KedarWolf

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    NLite isn't really a good option to prepare images etc.

    W10UI and DISM is the best way to do it. It's more complex but worth the effort to learn DISM.

    I have a .txt file I copy and paste with maybe 50 variations of DISM commands I use to help prepare ISO's but use less than 6-7 on any given ISO.

    I move indexes from the Business to the Consumer ISO wim file, add drivers to the boot.wim and sometimes the install.wim, change index types to the ones I need all using dism. I rename the index I changed with imagex. I then run W10UI to integrate updates, then convert the wim to and esd file to save space also with dism and run an osdimg command to make a UEFI ISO.

    The only thing I trust NLite to do is to view the wim and esd files to see the index order and at times mount an index in a wim file to make sure the updates integrated properly. I don't even need to use NLite for the second but it's just convenient for the graphical interface.

    NLite for more complex operations then view the index order has been known to break the wim file and resulting ISO.

    Worth your while to Google DISM commands and learn them. :)
     
  12. 123Zbyniek

    123Zbyniek MDL Novice

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    @Tito
    De gustibus non est disputandum.
    As for me, WinToUSB is simpler and more convenient to use.
    I split flash drive into two partitions (System and Data - here I copy drivers and programs for installation), format NTFS, run the program, point to the ISO file, select the installation system, USB drive, then select the partition for the system and boot (same) and I approve. Windows To Go ready (I use Windows 7 and Windows 10).

    P.S.
    I always use the Rufus program to prepare a USB flash drive when installing the system.
     
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    #2218 s1ave77, May 11, 2018
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