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  1. The Latitude 7290 has an Intel 7th Generation Processor. Intel and Microsoft (and hence Dell) only support Windows 7 on up to 6th Generation Processors so there will be no ISO for that model. https://www.dell.com/support/article/uk/en/ukbsdt1/sln300777/dell-support-for-windows-7-and-8-1-on-the-skylake-chipset?lang=en Note Windows 7 reaches End of Life next month.
  2. As I said the systems shipped with a Dell Windows Vista "Edition" Reinstallation DVD, Dell did not provide a ISO file to Download. In any case the Operating System Reached End of Life 2 years ago and is no longer supported by Microsoft. All systems Dell sold with Windows Vista are over a decade old and long past the system's warranty period so not supported by Dell either... These 2006-2009 models should run Windows 10 32 Bit without an issue. At this stage running Windows 10 32 Bit even unlicensed without a Product Key is more functional (even with all the personalisation options greyed
  3. The Windows 10 Version 1903 Media Creation Tool gave Windows 10 Version 1809 V2 ISOs and not Version 1903 ISOs. Microsoft have removed it now.
  4. The Direct Link to the 1903 Media Creation Tool is released: https://software-download.microsoft.com/download/pr/MediaCreationTool1903.exe The Landing Page for the Media Creation Tool hasn't been updated yet: https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/software-download/
  5. Thanks, I've fixed that error. There is a Dell Windows 7 Reinstallation ISO for China but I don't know if it supports the other Asian languages. I haven't done much testing with it.
  6. The ISOs I mentioned above are unmodified and listed using the Windows ISO Download Tool. They contain all the languages listed above (note they do not contain English UK). I would personally recommend using Microsoft's Windows 10 ISO over the Dell Windows 10 ISO.
  7. Okay no worries, thanks for trying. It is easy enough to modify the USB to maintain the OEM SLP. I have been working on guides involving the Dell ISOs and have created in depth written guides and video instructions for Downloading the ISO and making a Bootable USB: Download Dell Windows 7 Pro Multi-Lingual ISO (Media Refresh January 2016) from Dell and Make a Bootable USB Put together a list of the ISO checksums and details (still working on it), Dell OS Recovery Tool ISO Checksums Made a slipstream script with DISM to bring them up to Media Refresh March 2019.
  8. The Windows ISO Download Tool has an EI.cfg removal utility... For the Dell Windows 7 ISOS this breaks OEM SLP. Could the EI.cfg removal be updated to change the EI.cfg in the sources folder as well as the slp.cmd file found in D:\sources\$$\$OEM\setup\scripts The EI.cfg file should have the options: Starter: starter Home Basic: homebasic Home Premium: homepremium Professional: professional Ultimate: ultimate The slp.cmd contains the 25 digit OEM SLP key: Starter: 36T88-RT7C6-R38TQ-RV8M9-WWTCY Home Basic: 36Q3Y-BBT84-MGJ3H-FT7VD-FG72J Home Premium: 6RBBT-F8VPQ
  9. Okay so we have the following which are Version 1809. They should be the first ISOs listed in the Windows ISO Download Tool when a XPS 13 9360 is selected for Windows 10 Pro and Windows 10 Home respectively. Details from: dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:E:\sources\install.esd /index:1 201YYA02_Win10x64ROW_home MD5: e573698894c91515c81a23a46f917a36 Name : Windows 10 Home WIM Bootable : No Architecture : x64 Version : 10.0.17763 (Version 1809) Created 06 Feb 2019 Languages : ar-SA cs-CZ da-DK de-DE el-GR en-US (De
  10. Dell never provided a ISO for Windows XP or Windows Vista (each system shipped with a CD or DVD) and will be unlikely to do so as the Operating Systems are End of Life. Microsoft also removed the setup files for Windows Vista which it had available. For Windows 10, Dell doesn't state the Build or Version of Windows 10 in the Dell OS Recovery Tool... For an XPS 9365 a Windows 10 Pro 5.55 GB ISO is offered. For an XPS 9365 Windows 10 Home 5.59 GB ISO is offered. Both offer a 651 MB OS Recovery Assistant Image (I've never used this). An OptiPlex 7060 with Windows 10 Pro also has a 5.55
  11. It could be useful to add these to the tool especially if they have older versions of Windows 10 stored on their server: https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/tools/vms/
  12. I created a Windows 7 Update Slipstream Script to update the boot.wim and install.wim in the Windows 7 USB with the USB 3.0 Drivers and Storage Controllers and the install.wim with the NVMe Hotfixes, Convenience Rollup, IE11 and the Latest Security Rollup. I see the Windows ISO Download Tool - "ISOs Tools" section has the EI.cfg removal. Is there any chance it could automate this procedure, downloading all the Updates in the Background and then carrying out the slipstream? 64 Bit Dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:C:\boot.wim Dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:C:\install.wim PAUSE mkdir C:\BOO
  13. I don't think Microsoft will Update their Windows ISOs. The Windows 7 ISO haven't been updated since 21st November 2010. I just spent quite a bit of time writing a guide to bring the Bootable USB up to date using DISM. It is unlikely for them to Update the Windows 8.1 ISOs and for Windows 10 they will just release a totally new Build.
  14. I guess it could be done by downloading all the ISOs and checking them with Rufus but it may be too much of an undertaking to do for all the images your Download Tool offers.
  15. Great work! I didn't know there was a Home Basic ISO. At one time someone told me there was a Home Premium ISO but I never managed to find it. I like your updated UI with the SHA256 at the bottom. It may be far easier said than done but it would be useful if you had that for the Microsoft Downloads also.
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