Microsoft Windows 10 v1607 for IoT, 10.0.14366.0


General information
File format
  • Compact Disc
Bootable No
Architecture ARM, x86
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Install information
Full buildtag 10.0.14366.0 (rs1_release.160610-1700)
BIOS date 11/06/2016
Product Key n/a


ARM Raspberry Pi II
SHA-1 Multiple Languages: FD1A387E9B0CE9E3F8E4E4C9DD2366C676DA403B

ARM Dragonboard 410c
SHA-1 Multiple Languages: 32552593F6DF559158582C815B4F34FD485BB4DD

x86 MinnowBoard Max
SHA-1 Multiple Languages: 285A135F1821E682F4B904CC27FAFE17A07E0CBE


These builds are compiled images in .FFU files, these can be written to a SDCard.
Extract the .MSI from the .ISO and from the .MSI extract the .FFU file, it is the largest file, rename it to include the .FFU extension.
You can run the MinnowBoard Max inside VMWare, follow the steps below:

- Use ImgMount.exe (XDA Developers) to mount the .FFU image as .VHD (imgmount.exe Flash.FFU, unmount via diskmgmt.msc).
- Copy .VHD to your Desktop.
- Create a new Virtual Machine (Windows 10), use EFI instead of BIOS.

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