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    zbook said:
    The current version of setupdiag scans for approximately 60 identifiers.

    The report indicated that none were found.


    These are options:

    a) Troubleshoot
    b) Reset save files
    c) Reset remove files
    d) Clean install
    e) Custom install
    f) Use an older Windows version knowing the risks (outdated support)
    I'm at a loss I tried to install ISO via offline and online didn't work. I then tried the last ditch effort of using a media creation tool on flash drive on USB and I went offline for that too. Still wont go past 92%!!!!

    Check disk has detected no errors and I don't know what else it could be. DO I have to pray to the Omnissiah for it to work?

    Only think I can thin of is that when I did that repair install last month for my 1809 was since I had deleted a Windows BT file of a failed 1903 back in September and that screwed up my system somehow. So I had to repair it.

    New error file and so recommend website is this.
    FIX Error 0xC1900101 - 0x4001E: Installation failed in the SECOND_BOOT phase during PRE_OOBE operation in Windows 10 Upgrade. (Solved) • Repair Windows™

    Logs_for_failed_1909.zip - Google Drive

    Anyway any idea is appreciated but at this point I'm just gonna roll back my image again and just be done with updating for awhile. It's odd Cumulative updates install just fine as well as defender updates too.
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       #22

    Troubleshooting can be compared to clean install for Windows 1809:

    Troubleshooting:
    a) unknown duration
    b) unknown whether there will be a success
    c) some are easy to fix and some cannot be fixed
    d) no need to re-install drivers
    e) no need to re-install applications
    f) no need to re-customize Windows
    g) no need to restore browser bookmarks


    Each of these has a relatively defined duration and typically there will be a success:

    1) reset save files:
    a) time period for the windows reset
    b) time period to reinstall drivers
    c) time period to reinstall applications
    d) time period to customize Windows
    e) time period to restore browser bookmarks
    f) reset save files can fail

    2) reset remove files
    a) time period to backup files with copy and paste to another drive
    a) time period for the windows reset
    b) time period to reinstall drivers
    c) time period to reinstall applications
    d) time period to customize Windows
    e) time period to restore files
    f) time period to restore browser bookmarks
    g) Windows reset removing files can fail

    3) Clean install
    a) time period to backup files with copy and paste to another drive
    b) time period to create a bootable Windows 10 iso
    c) time period for the deletion of partitions and installing Windows
    d) time period to reinstall drivers
    e) time period to reinstall applications
    f) time period to customize Windows
    g) time period to restore files
    h) time period to restore browser bookmarks
    i) Windows clean install is almost always a success
    j) Has new default Windows partition structure

    4) Custom install
    a) time period to backup files with copy and paste to another drive
    b) time period for the custom install with creation of Windows.old
    c) time period to reinstall drivers
    d) time period to reinstall applications
    e) time period to customize Windows
    f) time period to restore files
    g) time period to restore browser bookmarks
    h) Windows custom install is almost always a success
    i) The old partition structure is maintained
    j) There is no new storage section to improve success with future updates and upgrades (only available with clean install starting with 1903)
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  3. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 Version 2004
       #23

    Sorry to hear this outcome.

    Do you have a lot of software installed on your current build?

    I know this is not a resolution but some times it is faster and less work to just go nuclear. Pretty much all the browser, when signed in, bring back everything on re-install and installing Windows on an SSD is very fast.

    Then on a go forward basis I would be imaging my system.


    Did you ever go through your app list and prune it down. Also clean out printer relics.
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