Windows 10 Cumulative KB3197954(Oct)

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  1. uffbros

    uffbros MDL Senior Member

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    I would like to incorporate the Oct cumulative update into my Win 10 .iso. Do I simply copy the .exe into a certain folder in the Win 10 .iso? Thanks.
     
  2. farukkaraca

    farukkaraca MDL Member

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    No you can not update Windows 10.iso in that way.. You have to integrate the update KB3197954 with DISM (Disk Imaging and Servicing Management)
     
  3. uffbros

    uffbros MDL Senior Member

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    Thanks for your replies.That's all over my head..I can live without it....Would have saved me a lot of time thou. I do a lot of clean installs. Thanks again.
     
  4. Tiger-1

    Tiger-1 MDL Guru

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    sorry dude, why you indicate another app if here have all necessary as glennsamuel32 already refered correctly ;)
     
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  5. TairikuOkami

    TairikuOkami MDL Addicted

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    Because using GUI is simpler than using a command line/batch?
     
  6. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    #8 Enthousiast, Oct 30, 2016
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    Wow, open CMD as admin is so hard ;):)

    WTK is capable of doing so much more (bad) things, than just simply integrate 3 updates.

    Abbodi1406's W10UI_1.8 script does it correctly and updates all wims.
     
  7. rpo

    rpo MDL Addicted

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    You can operate as follows :

    1. Run WHDownloader to get the Windows Updates
    2. Copy Abbodi1406's W10UI_1.8 script in the subfolder where the updates were downloaded (for example :
    path to downloader\WHDownloader\Updates\Windows10-x64\General\14393)
    3. Right click on W10UI.cmd and execute as admin. Done.

    Before these operations, I copy the content of the Windows 10 AU to a folder (the "target" of the script) and delete the image corresponding to Windows 10 Home (I only want Pro) :
    Dism /Delete-Image /ImageFile:"path to target\install.wim" /Index:2