Saving changes problem (NTLite 1.8.0.7182 & Win10 1909)

xCom

New Member
Hi!
Today I tried to make custom version of newest Win 10 1909 (18363.356.190918-2052.19H2_RELEASE_SVC_REFRESH_CLIENTCONSUMER_OEMRET_X64FRE_EN-US).
Problem occurs when process comes to Saving changes. It simply stops and I wait over an hour but no response at all.
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Checking Windows process for NTLite, Wimfltr v2 extractor is at 0% acitvity.
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Any clues what went wrong?
 

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Clanger

Well-Known Member
Progress just stops and nothing at all? You have to shut it down restart unload etc, I have had that on occasion in the past with various OS. One for nuhi i think. :)
 

nuhi

NTLite developer
Staff member
xCom,

I tried your preset on UUP-generated .418 and it worked fine.

Can you please tell me how you exactly got your UUP, which options you chose, and:
- do you have enough free space in the Temp drive?
- please retry with File - Settings - Verify image files turned off
- if it fails again, please attach %temp%\ntlite.log and ntlite_wim.log (if it's not empty)

Thanks.
 

xCom

New Member
ESD file was downloaded from here and converted with script ESD>ISO from abbodi86.
HR language pack was downloaded from here.
I checked log now and it says:

15.10.2019. 11:05:50 Saving changes to the image - D:\Windows\WIN_10_19H2\Sources\install.wim (Windows 10 Home)
15.10.2019. 11:05:51 LastError: 2147500037
15.10.2019. 11:05:51 Error: '[2147500037] Unspecified error' - Unload image - The image might be corrupted.
D:\Windows\WIN_10_19H2\Sources\install.wim

Interesting because when I install ISO without any modification it install without any problem.
I will now download ISO from UUP dump and try modifying it (mine ESD converted ISO is 356 and UUP version is 418 so it is newer).
Wish me a luck ;-)
 

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nuhi

NTLite developer
Staff member
Next time if you use ESD and it is not encrypted, you can convert it to a normal image with NTLite as well.
Just drop it to the Source page, right-click on the main file and Convert - WIM.

Interesting if the WIM made by that script is somehow different, but I tried it now and it worked fine.
I chose to convert ESD to ISO, then extracted with 7zip (usually I mount and copy the files via Explorer).

Let me know how the new one goes.
 

xCom

New Member
Next time if you use ESD and it is not encrypted, you can convert it to a normal image with NTLite as well.
Just drop it to the Source page, right-click on the main file and Convert - WIM.
I didn't know that. Tnx for the tip ;-)
Let me know how the new one goes.
For now everything went smooth except I didnt't use ESD file but file from UUP dump which is automatically converted with aria2 script to ISO.
Made few modifications with NTLite and everything is fine.
Will try in next days the option you mentioned above (convert ESD to WIM with NTLite)
 
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