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  1. Dragonx
    June 24, 2022 @ 8:12 pm

    Only guide working after many hours of searching. Thank you.

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  2. mathlete
    June 1, 2022 @ 2:59 pm

    Had a Win10 VM that needed to be updated to Win11; the ISO I used for fresh Win11 VMs wasn't running the update despite the required registry changes, but this one did. Thanks!

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  3. Sam
    February 25, 2022 @ 6:47 pm

    There's a much simpler way that doesn't require any registry edits.
    1. Download the Windows 10 ISO file from Micro$oft's website (Yes, Windows 10).
    2. Extract the contents of the ISO to a directory on your HD.
    3. Navigate to the sources subdirectory.
    4. Delete install.esd (it's the largest file in the sources directory).
    5. Download the Windows 11 ISO file from Micro$oft's website.
    6. Open the Windows 11 ISO file and navigate to the sources subdirectory.
    7. Copy install.esd from Windows 11\sources to Windows 10\sources.
    8. Copy the Windows 10 installation files (including the Windows 11 install.esd) to a USB drive or burn them to a DVD.
    9. Insert the USB drive or DVD into the target computer and boot from it. Depending on the BIOS, you may have to press a key during the boot sequence to boot from the removable boot medium. HP BIOSes usually require this. Dell BIOSes usually don't, if they've been configured properly. YMMV.
    10. If the target computer meets the installation requirements for Windows 10, Windows 11 will install. Enjoy!

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    • Tekk1
      April 1, 2022 @ 5:49 am

      win 11 has an install.wim file and not .esd, that's what I see in my copy. Would it still work being a different file extension?
      Any1 else tested this theory?

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  4. Tullio
    February 17, 2022 @ 3:30 pm

    MCT download link is not downloading all files

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    • lakonst
      February 19, 2022 @ 11:38 am

      Thanks for the info. Article updated.

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