Yea, who decided to distort the English language to breaking point to use 'hydrate' to describe this. Wonder why populate wasn't good enough? But I guess populate means fill with people so even that is problematic!
My Feedback hub is swelling with water as we speak
- yup, so far so good..
- had one of those "Display adapter stopped working.." messages earlier..
- reckon that has more to do with AMD than anything in this build (- I'll investigate that more fully, in due course..)
- just pleased that things have installed ok..
- all web-pages are loading correctly in both Edge and IE11, so no complaints there..
can anybody help me? I am hopeless... I had 14295 installed and when I tried to update to 14316 and 32 it always ended up in BSOD cycle on boot. Now when 14342 was released I tried to update it, but it didn't even start to update when it finished downloading and propted to restart...
So I made up my mind and went into complete reinstall. I downloaded 14332 ISO, made USB, installed it and now I tried everything and I can't make my Windows Update to get the newest 14342.
I tried looking in registry, tried some changes. Nothing...
I tried to download Media Creation tool, then tried to update through that, but it didn't give me option to only update. Only complete reinstall and I didn't went for it, because I think it would install public release.
I tried to reset Windows update services via TechNet Reset Windows Update Agent, but didn't help.
Can anybody help me? I am positive that I should see the update, because I saw it few hours ago when trying to update from 14295.
If you think 14342 had finished downloading but didn't proceed with the update, you may already have the "install.esd" file. Copy-paste this to a File Explorer window: C:\$Windows.~BT\Sources and look for the "install.esd" file and follow this tutorial to create an ISO for build 14342 and do a clean install: ESD to ISO - Create Bootable ISO from Windows 10 ESD File
It was another roller-coaster upgrade for me. The upgrade was completed but I got this on first boot:
But no biggies. I immediately found the culprit. I just boot up on my main 10586 OS and scanned my Insider SSD for errors and redo the upgrade via ISO (from ESD) and everything is okay now. Oh yeah, I could have done a clean install but I always wanna see first how an in-place upgrade goes.