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TSstasio
post Feb 14 2024, 04:52 AM

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New public updates available for Win 10:

1904x.4046.1.11
17763.5458.1.12

https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/wi...32#post-1825221
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post Feb 16 2024, 05:14 AM

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Feature update to Windows 10, version 22H2 (19045.4116) available in the release preview channel:

https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/wi...33#post-1825604
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post Mar 1 2024, 06:23 AM

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New Preview on catalog/Optional on WU updates available (1904x.4123):

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post Mar 13 2024, 05:46 AM

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New public updates for Win 10:

1904x.4170.1.9

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post Mar 15 2024, 08:37 AM

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New Release Preview update available (1904x.4233):

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post Mar 20 2024, 09:43 AM

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Windows 10, version 22H2 (19045.4235)
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post Mar 31 2024, 02:17 PM

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the simplest way to create a usb bootable stick for uefi-based systems is the following. this is useful when install.wim is larger than 4gb. you just need a usb stick (8gb or more, depending on the size of install.wim) and the iso file of your preferred windows os (10, 11, or matching windows server):

1. make two partitions: the first parition is 1gb in size, formatted with fat32; the second partition is the rest of the stick, formatted with ntfs;
2. first partition (fat32): use 7zip to extract the contents of iso into the first parition, except the 'sources' folder;
3. first partition (fat32): create the 'sources' folder and use 7zip to extract 'sources/boot.wim' only from iso file into the folder;
4. second partition (ntfs): use 7zip to extract all contents of iso into the second parition.

that's it.

actually you can have more than two paritions. (additional partitions are used to store drivers and base apps) just make sure the first two are set up accordingly.


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post Apr 1 2024, 11:20 AM

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QUOTE(horns @ Mar 31 2024, 02:17 PM)
the simplest way to create a usb bootable stick for uefi-based systems is the following. this is useful when install.wim is larger than 4gb. you just need a usb stick (8gb or more, depending on the size of install.wim) and the iso file of your preferred windows os (10, 11, or matching windows server):

1. make two partitions: the first parition is 1gb in size, formatted with fat32; the second partition is the rest of the stick, formatted with ntfs;
2. first partition (fat32): use 7zip to extract the contents of iso into the first parition, except the 'sources' folder;
3. first partition (fat32): create the 'sources' folder and use 7zip to extract 'sources/boot.wim' only from iso file into the folder;
4. second partition (ntfs): use 7zip to extract all contents of iso into the second parition.

that's it.

actually you can have more than two paritions. (additional partitions are used to store drivers and base apps) just make sure the first two are set up accordingly.
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I'll recommend HirenPE
TSstasio
post Apr 10 2024, 09:02 AM

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New public updates available for Win 10:

1904x.4291.1.10

17763.5696.1.14:


https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/wi...37#post-1831556
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post Apr 17 2024, 03:35 AM

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New Win 10 MVS ISOs (April Update) released (19045.4291):

https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/di...51#post-1832401



Windows 10, version 22H2 (19045.4353) available in the Release Preview channel:

https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/wi...38#post-1832280

 

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