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  1. Posts : 34
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       #21

    AndreTen said:
    Yeah, was aware of that. Wanted to check, if it's possible to reassign in one game.

    Did you try with external keyboard (assuming you are talking about ASUS laptop)?
    No, I didn't even thought about that. I might try later.
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  2. Posts : 34
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       #22

    hello10 said:
    Try this. It works for me.
    I wanted to try that, but when I run the .bat file as administrator it just opens cmd quickly and closes it.
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       #23

    righN said:
    I wanted to try that, but when I run the .bat file as administrator it just opens cmd quickly and closes it.

    Sorry to hear that. I can't offer any advice because my installation did not encounter any problem.

    If after reviewing you're sure there's no fault in running the BAT as admin, maybe you could first try calling up a Run as a Trusted Installer then proceed from there. I use TI to run "special-case" Regedit when ordinary Regedit wouldn't allow me to make critical changes.

    In case you missed it, the page also links to this.
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       #24

    righN said:
    I wanted to try that, but when I run the .bat file as administrator it just opens cmd quickly and closes it.
    Think you system could use some repair (it will keep all your settings and apps):

    Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade
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  5. Posts : 34
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       #25

    AndreTen said:
    Think you system could use some repair (it will keep all your settings and apps):

    Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade
    Thanks for a suggestion, going to try that right away.
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  6. Posts : 34
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       #26

    righN said:
    Thanks for a suggestion, going to try that right away.
    Well, I did it and it still doesn't work. Maybe because I kept all everything, including settings and apps?
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       #27

    There are many reasons an upgrade/ upgrade repair may fail.
    - incompatible ISO
    - certain configuration changes might cause failure
    - disk problems
    - file corruption
    - antivirus
    - insufficient space on C:
    etc etc

    Did you use a compatible iso file?
    Did you mount it and start the setup.exe therein?
    Did you get an error message? If so, what exactly was it?

    There should be some Windows update/upgrade log files. You may discover more by looking at them.
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  8. Posts : 34
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       #28

    dalchina said:
    There are many reasons an upgrade/ upgrade repair may fail.
    - incompatible ISO
    - certain configuration changes might cause failure
    - disk problems
    - file corruption
    - antivirus
    - insufficient space on C:
    etc etc

    Did you use a compatible iso file?
    Did you mount it and start the setup.exe therein?
    Did you get an error message? If so, what exactly was it?

    There should be some Windows update/upgrade log files. You may discover more by looking at them.
    Everything went alright with the Repair but that method getting Group Policy still doesn't work, still the same thing happens.
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       #29

    righN said:
    Well, I did it and it still doesn't work. Maybe because I kept all everything, including settings and apps?
    I'm guessing from your reply, that you did System repair, from windows. This is similar, but not the same as in-place upgrade.Try like dalchina suggested. Get ISO (exact same version as you have) from MS, mount it and start setup - it will autostart, if you didn't disable this function).
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  10. Posts : 34
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       #30

    AndreTen said:
    I'm guessing from your reply, that you did System repair, from windows. This is similar, but not the same as in-place upgrade.Try like dalchina suggested. Get ISO (exact same version as you have) from MS, mount it and start setup - it will autostart, if you didn't disable this function).
    Nope, I used the Media Creation Tool. I did everything step-by-step as said in " 6. To do a repair install of Windows 10 with Media Creation Tool" on https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/16397-repair-install-windows-10-place-upgrade.html
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