How to install the ISO after the UUUP Download

Discussion in 'Parallels Desktop for Apple Silicon (M1) Mac' started by SWANDY, Oct 11, 2021.

  1. SWANDY

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    I followed the various instructions in various threads and the link to Bob's Hardware to create a Windows 10 ARM ISO file. I copied the file to a USB drive, but when I run it through Parallels 17, I keep getting a Windows error that stops the procedure and says there is no operating system. I even copied the entire set of directory structure that was created after the UUUP download and the I ran the indicated file using my Windows 11 ARM VM to download everything. I have never done this before and not sure what I am doing wrong or forgetting to do. Any help or assistance would be greatly appreciated as I would love to try this out with my Windows 10 HOME key.
     
  2. SWANDY

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    What I forgot to mention is when the installation starts up in Parallels, it says that the ISO file has multiple versions of Windows and when I click on the arrows there is nothing but a blank space. When I click on the blank line, the installation starts but I quickly get to this screen. Maybe I did something wrong with the download and the selections I made at UUUPDUMP? Don't know at this point. Help!
     

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  3. DarioS2

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    I successfully build ISO file on windows machine without problem (Windows 11 Insider Preview 22471.1000 (rs_prerelease) arm64), but when I start installation it breaks with error: The Secure Boot feature prevented the operating system form starting (TPM module is enabled in Paralles).
    So, I think we need to wait for Parallels update.
     
  4. Mike Boreham

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    Very difficult to know what to advise from afar. I used UUUPdump to download and create a Windows 11 22000.160 ISO, which I then used to create a new VM, which updated itself to the release build 22000.174.
    I started with this link posted by Pedro in another thread https://uupdump.net/download.php?id...3f5786ee&pack=en-gb&edition=core;professional which is preconfigured for 22000.160. I have never used UUUPDump before and made mistakes and had to start all over a few times. I did not know about or use Toms Guide. I made the ISO from a Windows 10 VM.
     
  5. SWANDY

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    I assume that is the Pro version of Windows 11. I already have a VM of the Pro edition but my key is for Windows 10 Home so I can't activate it. Thanks.
     
  6. Mike Boreham

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    Yes Windows 11 pro and I had a Windows 10 pro license.
     
  7. SWANDY

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    That's what I thought. My license is from Windows 10 HOME and really don't need the Pro version. That's why I was hoping to install the HOME edition of Windows 10 (via a UUPDUMP download), activate it with my existing key and the allow it to update to Windows 11. Thanks anyway.
     
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  8. JimmyZ1

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    I got this error when trying to create the ISO. any way you can help or might have experienced siimlar when you trying to go through this?
     

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  9. AlexeyY1

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    There is Home edition on uupdump. Just select edition you need:

    https://uupdump.net/selectedition.php?id=fdb8a3c7-e28d-48e2-80fa-54673f5786ee&pack=en-us
     
  10. Mike Boreham

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    I am afraid I never saw anything like that.
     
  11. SWANDY

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    Thanks guys. Might try UUPDUMP again or just live with my PRO edition (that I did get activated with after purchasing a PRO key) and see what MS intends to do going forward. But thanks for the link Alexey
     

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