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I presently have Win 10 Home 32-bit (1809) on my PC, and I am trying to upgrade to 1909. My update does not give me the option to update to 1909, though it displays the message: “You’re currently running a version of Windows that’s nearing the end of service. We recommend you update to the most recent version of Windows 10 to get the latest features and security improvements.” I had tried to use MediaCreationTool1909, but after the download, I got the message: “There was a problem running this tool We’re not sure what happened, but were unable to run this tool on your PC. If you continue experiencing problems, reference the error code when contacting customer support. Error code 0xC1800103 - 0x90002” So, I am trying to download the ISO directly as I want to install the 64-bit version and update to 1909. I am downloading from my Win 10 environment. However, I was unable to download Windows 10 November 2019 Update: Windows 10 Home/Pro. I selected “English” as the language. For the 64-bit version, I received this error message: Unable to download … Win10_1909_English_x64.iso from software-download.microsoft.com. Unable to open this Internet site. The requested site is either unavailable or cannot be found. Please try again later. For the 32-bit, I received this error message: Unable to download … Win10_1909_English_x32.iso from software-download.microsoft.com. Unable to open this Internet site. The requested site is either unavailable or cannot be found. Please try again later. Can you help, please? Thank you.
ChrisPE - a PEBakery Team release
alacran posted a topic in General DiscussionThe PEBakery Team are proud to present the ChrisPE project. Use this project to create WinPE from a range of 32-bit and 64-bit Windows sources, including - Windows 7 Windows 7 (SP1) Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 Windows 8 Windows 8.1 Windows 8.1 Update Windows 10 Windows RTM source files are recommended. The sources in the above list have been tested, other source files may also work. This project has been internally tested and developed over the past two months and is now ready for a public beta release. The PEBakery Team anticipate ongoing development and the ChrisPE project is likely to continue to evolve. This may result in changes to some of the core features such as the menu system and supported shells. Some of the current features include - No caching of Windows source files - resulting in reduced storage space requirements on the Host OS used to build the project. .wim support using internal PEBakery commands - the wimlib library is used for managed wim support. The full contents of the the Windows source and WinPE .wim files are not applied (extracted) to a local directory - resulting in significant time savings. Support for a range of shells including bblean, CMD, LaunchBar and WinXShell. WoW64 support. This project has been developed as a base from which to add additional features. Please note that it's been developed for use with the PEBakery builder and will not work in winbuilder as a number of commands are not supported. Please download from the ChrisPE github repository - https://github.com/pebakery/chrispe Instructions are included - please check the documentation in the download (readme.htm). If you are not familiar with github - use the Clone or download button and select the Download ZIP option to download the project. Feedback is welcome. Please have fun. The PEBakery Team (ied206, alacran, Atari800XL, homes32 and Misty) Screenshot of ChrisPE with WinXShell - EDIT: Not all the programs are in the basic download, there is a complementary pakage of scripts, I have it almost ready for upload and will be available for download very soon, new scripts are finished and working now, but under test to prevent any malfuntion, the pakage contains 25 new scripts. alacran