Now the large November Update was published and Microsoft is allowing users trigger their Windows 10 setup using Windows 7/8.1 key, a substantial percentage of Windows 10 users downloading new ISOs (which currently includes November Updates) and executing clean setup of Windows 10 in ISO or USB.
To assist users easily obtain ISO images of Windows 10, a formal application known as Media Creation Tool can be obtained ever since the launch of Windows 10, as well as the ISO which you download using Media Creation Tool currently includes November Update.
While the method to obtain Windows 10 ISO employing the Media Creation tool is fairly much exactly the same, many consumers that have employed the Media Creation Tool within the last couple of days are reporting that there’s not any choice to download the Windows 10 Pro version.
That isalso, the display where you’re requested to pick the variant of Windows 10 which you would like to download does not record the Windows 10 Pro variant. The list reveals just Windows 10 and Windows 10 N variants, and there’s absolutely not any reference of Windows 10 Pro.
Well, the truth is that the Windows 10 ISO which you download with Media Creation Tool contains both Home and Pro, significance Microsoft is no more offering different ISOs for Home and Pro variations.
When you produce a bootable USB of Windows 10 with the ISO and endeavor to set up Windows 10 from it, the installation of Windows 10 automatically assesses your BIOS/UEFI for embedded item key (if available), and installs the ideal variant based on its own findings. And whenever you’re installing Windows 10 to a brand new PC or onto a PC with no embedded item key, it shows the prompt requesting you to pick the variant of Windows 10 which you want to set up.
In simple words, for example, if you’d triggered Windows 10 Home variant on the PC, once you operate the installation of Windows 10, it automatically installs the Home variant without permitting you to choose the edition.
If you need see the variant selection screen when installing Windows 10 to a PC which comprises the product key from the BIOS, you want to edit the ISO document to add ei.cfg document or insert ei.cfg document that the bootable USB.
Follow the instructions in Method 1 to include ei.cfg file into the bootable USB and follow along Method two to add ei.cfg document from the bootable ISO of Windows 10.
Add ei.cfg to bootable USB to Observe that the variant choice screen
Step 1:-LRB-*********) Create the bootable USB of Windows 10 either utilizing Rufus, Media Creation Tool, or another applications. To produce exactly the exact same with Command Prompt, please consult with our how to set up Windows 10 in USB guide.
Step two:-LRB-*********) Once the bootable USB of Windows 10 is ready, open This PC, double-click the USB drive icon to start the same.
Step 3:-LRB-*********) Open upward Sources folder, then download ei.cfg ZIP file by clicking here, extract the ZIP file to acquire ei.cfg file, and set it in the Sources folder.
NOTE:-LRB-*********) You will open the downloaded ei.cfg file with Notepad to find out exactly what it comprises. Following that the is image of exactly the exact same.
That’s all. You can currently boot from the USB drive to observe the variant selection screen as shown below.
Add ei.cfg document to bootable Windows 10 ISO
If you intend to reinstall or do a fresh install of Windows 10 in an ISO image file rather than bootable USB/DVD, it is possible to do this by following step-by-step directions given below.
Step 1:-LRB-*********) We have to extract the contents of the ISO file into the recently constructed Install Files using 7-Zip (complimentary), WinRAR or another instrument. We are utilizing the free 7-Zip in this guide.
Step two:-LRB-*********) Navigate into the folder containing Windows 10 ISO picture, right-click onto it, click 7-Zip, click Extract files, and pick a place with at least 5 GB of disc space. When you extract the document, 7-Zip will make a new folder and will name it after your ISO file title.
7-Zip may take a few minutes to finish the extraction occupation. Once completed, proceed to another step.
Step 3:-LRB-*********) Download ei.cfg ZIP file by clicking here, extract the ZIP file to acquire ei.cfg document, open the Windows 10 folder comprising extracted ISO file contents, and open the Sources folder, set the file ei.cfg file below Sources folder as displayed in the image below.
Step 4:-LRB-*********) Next, to make a bootable ISO image of Windows 10 including this recently added ei.cfg document, please follow the directions in our the way to make bootable 10 ISO of Windows out of files/folders manual for step-by-step directions.
NOTE:-LRB-*********) Some paid applications such as UltraISO and MagicISO let you edit the bootable ISO without needing to extract it. If you feel this way is tiresome, just download the ei.cfg file in the link cited above and put it in the Sources folder of this ISO file with one of those paid applications. Our the way to add files to bootable Windows ISO picture manual may you.