Somehow, I answered Elektro Studios post in the wrong thread! I'm wondering how that was even possible? So I'm re-posting here in the right thread.
Hey guys, these days since the first comment of @r_pinkard I'm wringing my head to try to find out how can I manage to have an ISO of the Windows 10 v17763.55 (or higher version, if we are talking about a higher stable one).
The thing is that I need it in ISO/ESD format to load the WIM image and personalize the entire OS with NTLite software.Is not an option for me to install the updates manually after O.S. image personalization, since I will remove unnecessary components from the ISO, like Windows Update.
Having the Windows 10 v17763.1 I can manage to install the update kb4465477 through NTLite, but I can't install update kb4464330, I don't know why, but NTLite deny the installation saying that update is not compatible with the current loaded O.S.
So, I still have not find the way out to have an ISO of the Windows 10 v17763.55. And I noticed the Windows Media Creation Tool has rollback the available version to download to the April Update, remember that I've used that tool to download the Windows 10 October Update v17763.1 days before I published this thread in Stardock forum, but now using the tool it downloads the April Update.
Then my petition is, If someone of you know a source to download the ISO, could you please share it with me?.
A very important thing: I need the ISO in Spanish of Spain (es-ES) language. Preferably the Home Edition, or Home Single Language.
Or maybe could you estimate when the v17763.55 could be available to download with the Windows Media Creation Tool?.
Thanks in advance.
Please try to remember that this thread is a part of a Windowblinds forum and not a Microsoft Windows ISO download or update forum. I keep trying to remind myself...
To slipstream Windows, first make sure that you have the right ISO. I do NOT recommend that you use the Media Creation Tool to get an ISO. You can legally download an ISO by going to heidoc.net and downloading the"Windows ISO Downloader" tool.
To the best of my knowledge, you can run the tool and legally download the appropriate ISO for your language (i.e. spanish or es-ES) and for your type of platform (i.e x86=32-bit, x64=64-bit).
Next, download KB4465477 and KB4464330 updates from the Microsoft Catalog. Plug in each knowledge base number and search for the update. I am presuming that you can get ES-es updates. If not, then you may have to download the english ones. Only use .msu files with the NTLite slipstream program.
When you start NTLite, it will analyze the ISO and show you all the versions of Windows on the ISO. Just pick the type of Windows (home, pro, etc.) that you want to modify. Don't hack out Windows Update. You can disable Windows Auto Updating after Windows is installed. Just put the two .msu updates in a folder and point NTLite to that folder. Save your final iso to a unique name like "Windows 10 v1809 17763-55.iso". NTLite will take awhile to make the ISO.