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Restore to Windows 10, 1709

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#1 Rayal49


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Posted 25 June 2018 - 06:08 PM


   I have a copy of " Windows Old 1709", on an External HD.  Can I use it to restore my computer to Windows 10 -1709, as I am having a problem with certain games, that played fine on 1709, but not working correctly on 1803.

   Also if possible can I use it  to restore a 2nd computer to 1709?






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Posted 25 June 2018 - 06:20 PM

It is doubtful, though I am utterly unclear as to what you mean by "Windows Old 1709."


If you have the full Windows 10 ISO from the Version 1709 era, you would be able to use it to create bootable media that might (and I emphasize might) install Version 1709.


I have never tried using an old ISO after a subsequent feature update has been released to install Windows 10.

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