Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by DenkiDinosaur, Nov 9, 2019.
Where is your folder located?
Desktop of an admin account. You want me to try in the root?
Are these the files you have in the folder?
It actually did something just there. Ran for about 3 seconds. Iso is the same size now though. Unsure if it's worked.
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I appreciate that, but I'd rather not have it installed on a short countdown like that. I'd prefer to get this done right.
Sorry, my bad. You have to convert
I actually went another way these past 15 minutes. Got that same initial iso again, but tried the en-us svf instead and it ran first time.
I got this output after the extraction process.
Modified: 31/10/2018 18:58
Am I good to go?
Yes, except you have the [en-us] ISO
Sorry this was the first time I tried this in a different language.
But if you want the [en-gb] you first have to convert the [en-us] ISO to [en-gb] by downloading
That's not an issue at all. en-us is fine. I have some DVD's turning up tomorrow so just a case of burning the iso, installing then using kms to activate and we're done?
Good stuff. I'm glad this little ordeal has been overcome. Thanks for the help (and patience)!
No problemo. We both learned something new today.
Wow, is this thread real. This should be kept under Plexiglas, as a model. Everything to the point, so exotic. except for this post, of course. The perseverance of op, polite, but not backing off, and the patience and sufficient curiosity of the helpers. I am impressed. I don't post myself, often, because i fear that this king of exchange is from another planet.
Not a distraction: I assume that the comment for en_gb could apply to other languages for which files are available under the same file naming conventions.
MSFT, from time to time, does a weird thing with the locale code in the iso filenames.
To check you can mount the iso or open it with ultraiso or winrar/7zip, etcetc and go to the sources folder, there will be a folder named en-US or en-GB, and so you can see what exact iso you got.
Or use the forum search option and run the iso filename, without [en-GB]_ in front and set the search option to whatever127, so it will find a MVS post by him, next you can verify the sha-1 checksum.
In March 2019, Enterprise S (LTSC 1809) was re-released:
This is so Microsoft Windows 10.0.17763.316 Enterprise LTSC Version 1809 (release in March 2019).
And in October, this edition was reissued (updated_oct_2019, Build 17763.805) ?
The re-release is Sep 2018 build 17763.107
Latest LTSC is Feb 2019 build 17763.316
Thank. I understood. Tell me, was this reissue in February 2019 planned or emergency (unplanned)?
And when will the next reissue of Enterprise S (17763 LTSC) come out? (Unless, of course, this is planned in M$).
IDK Supposedly every 2 to 3 years
17763.1, never existed, according to msft But it was the first official first 1809 release, next they had to re-release and it was 17763.107, but no N versions, and they still have to create them by EU enforcement, 17763.316 was the final refresh iso for 2019 LTSC, now containing N again.