Microsoft Windows 10, Version 1703 (Updated June 2017) | MSDN

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  1. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    #121 Enthousiast, Jun 26, 2017
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    Nice, deposit files just deleted all files? I get DMCA delete message :eek: I just needed one more x86 pt multiple editions iso, grrrr.

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  2. moglai

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    Yes, "de" files also down.
     
  3. Enthousiast

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    This not a new windows edition, just a scheduled refresh iso release.
     
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  5. Enthousiast

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    15063.413 en-US, nl-NL and ru-RU are posted in al sku's.
     
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    Where do I find Abbodi's program? I looked everywhere? I also want to be able to clean install Win 10 UEFI with fat 32.
     
  7. Enthousiast

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    thx for the response.
     
  9. uffbros

    uffbros MDL Senior Member

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    Ok I used Abboi's program and now have a new install.esd that is 3.43GB. Do I now go to original June .iso and delete the install.wim and replace it with this new install.esd file??? Will the install be slower with this?? Thanks
     
  10. Enthousiast

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    You could do that. And how many systems you have to install why the speed is so important, i never messured it but also never noticed any delay when using install.esd's.
     
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  11. uffbros

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    Is there a better way that what I described? I do many clean installs and just wondered if there was any difference by installing with a esd.wim vs install.wim is all. I just want your advise on best way to make my final install.iso.
     
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    I use install.wim and do a clean via DISM /apply-image usually done in 4 or 6 min
     
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  15. Krakatoa

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    All for czech refresh iso/esd.
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    Refresh iso and esd: \Windows\INF\setupapi.offline.log
    "OS Version = 6.3.9600"
    Refresh iso/esd created on windows 8.1? Strange.
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    tcpip.sys
    refresh iso/esd vs. revision 0 + cu, compare hex, difference:
    FF vs BF
    Why it?
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    revision 0 + cu, resetbase does not optimize shell32.dll and resetengine.dll, but in refresh iso/esd yes.
     
  16. Enthousiast

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    Ask MonarchX?
     
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