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Creating a Windows 11 ISO for version 22000.376

Creating a Windows 11 ISO for version 22000.376

Hi everyone, Yesterday, Windows 11 Cumulative Update KB5008215 was released. As usual, I attempt to download the UUP files to create and archive the Windows 11 update. One thing of this update is that it was not released under the Cumulative Update section but as an “Upgrade to Windows 11 (22000.376)” UUP. For some reason, when attempting to create the Windows ISO image using this “Upgrade to Windows 11”, it seems to download invalid files, and the whole process fails….

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Creating a Windows 11 ISO for version 22000.318

Creating a Windows 11 ISO for version 22000.318

Hi everyone, On the past few days, I struggled on making a Windows 11 ISO for the version 22000.318. For some reason, uup-converter-wimlib failed to create it and it seems it may have to do with some weird downloads. Yesterday, we got the version 22000.346 and I also downloaded the UUP files for it. uup-converter-wimlib was able to create an ISO for this version, so clearly something is wrong with the 22000.318 files. In fact, looking at the UUP file…

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Fixing the Windows 11 ISO files to allow installation and upgrade on older hardware and on a Virtual Machine

Fixing the Windows 11 ISO files to allow installation and upgrade on older hardware and on a Virtual Machine

Hi everyone, Today, I’d like to show you some very simple steps to create a modified Windows 11 ISO image to allow it to install and upgrade on older hardware. As you may know by now, the official requirements for Windows 11 are a machine that has a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0, must have Secure Boot enabled, and an 8th-gen Intel CPU or 2nd-gen AMD Ryzen CPU or higher. This means it excludes older, perfectly working machines. For example,…

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Creating a Windows 10/11 ISO image from the downloaded UUP files

Creating a Windows 10/11 ISO image from the downloaded UUP files

Hi everyone, Today, we will see how to create a Windows 10 or Windows 11 ISO image using the downloaded Universal Update Platform files we downloaded on our previous post. For this, we will need to download a tool called uup-converter-wimlib. This tool is responsible for converting the UUP files into a working ISO file we can burn to a disc, use to make a bootable USB drive, or do an in-place OS upgrade. Downloading uup-converter-wimlib This tool can be…

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