Language pack downloads - Windows 10/8.1/7

Clanger

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Make sure the final link from the referenced site is pointing to a CAB file from the Microsoft's site "download.windowsupdate.com".
Please report any discrepancies.
They are separated into 'x86' (32-bit) and 'x64' (64-bit) groups so make sure you download the correct one.

After downloading the required language packs, you can add it to the NTLite's Updates page to integrate them to the image.
More info here.
You must integrate language packs together with, or before the Updates, or they will be overwritten by the language pack.
Choose the newly added language pack on the Unattended page settings, "UI Language" to set the required language during Windows setup if required.

Language pack link sets:
Windows 10 1903/1909 - 10.0.18362/3
Windows 10 1809 - 10.0.17763
Windows 10 1803 - 10.0.17134
Windows 10 1709 - 10.0.16299
Windows 10 1703 - 10.0.15063
Windows 10 1607 - 10.0.14393
Windows 8.1
Windows 7 SP1
 
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Clanger

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abbodi, can you do me a favour please? All the lists seem to have come from mkuba50 originally so can you give me a link for mkuba50's lists so i can credit him directly in future? :)
 

Clanger

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I went to his profile and couldnt find anything, nothing on lobo11s quick links and not found anything as i normally go through the site. I may just have to use the usual source and credit him if his name is there. Thank you. :)
 

Clanger

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Microsoft Discontinues Local Experience Packs as CAB Files for Windows 10
"Starting in Windows 10 version 1809 "October 2018 Update", Microsoft will discontinue language packs in the CAB format. As you may already know, Windows 10 version 1803, which is the latest stable version of the OS as of this writing, has introduced Local Experience Packs, also referred to as LXPs. Local Experience Packs are AppX packages delivered via the Microsoft Store that enable users to experience Windows features like the Start Menu, Settings, and File Explorer in the language of their choice. In Windows 10 version 1809, they will replace the classic CAB file format for language packs." Source

Will add more information when availible.
 
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LiL-FeLLa

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yes im just using the x64 lp files and having better luck this time
by making sure all files and folder names involved have been made shorter
and all files and folders involved are on stored on c drive
they seem to be the same files as im using AJ77
 

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