OK stupid question, I am prepping for the repair install and per the guide I need to make sure "the installation media (ex: ISO or USB) must be the same edition and build as your currently installed Windows 10. If it's not, then the repair install will fail."
I have windows 10 pro with build 1511 10586.104. As long as the ISO is a 1511 build I am ok right? I don't need one that is specifically 10586.104? If I do I am not sure how to get it.
Thanks in advance.
Trying the repair install now. Sorry I got your name wrong OldMike65.
Incase you need some more info. Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade
Well after the repair install everything seems back to normal. I am now on version 10586.122 of build 1511. It all actually went pretty seamlessly following the instructions in this guide:
Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade
Thanks again for your assistance. I would still like to figure out why it happened but sometimes I suppose it is better to just move on.
Bottom line I think right now is ....You did it, you successfully repaired your computer!!! simrick will be very Happy I know too!!!
Great Job mpoffo Congrats to you sir!!
Take Care, Mike.
But guess what. Now KB3140743 won't install with exactly the same symptoms as KB3124262 and KB3135173! It can't be hardware related as the in-place-upgrade took Windows to the correct version. So it's back to square one for me.