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  1. DavidE's Avatar
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       #111

    I replied in your other post about this:

    Microsoft released Windows 10 update to fix power/sleep
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  2. Posts : 459
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       #112

    gregrocker said:
    Yes, I have checked several times today.
    I thought I'd inline attached this to last post:Attachment 7425
    Strange you are still showing updates in your history back to 10/10. Mine seem to be gone prior to 10/23. Another system shows nothing before 10/24.

    Both systems are 8 to 8.1 to 10 build 9841-9860 upgrades.

    I think I would check the WindowsUpdate.log and see if anything is showing keeping the updates from happening.

    Edit: Have you modified your install in any way, such as adding Media Center?
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  3. gregrocker's Avatar
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       #113

    No mods, but it says Build 9841 on desktop, so do I need to Upgrade?
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  4. Posts : 459
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       #114

    gregrocker said:
    No mods, but it says Build 9841 on desktop, so do I need to Upgrade?
    I would suggest you do. The new builds are going to be a normal occurrence during the test period, as I understand it. Staying up to date is probably the best course of action.
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  5. gregrocker's Avatar
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       #115

    Thanks, on it.
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  6. lehnerus2000's Avatar
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       #116

    Be aware ...


    gregrocker said:
    No mods, but it says Build 9841 on desktop, so do I need to Upgrade?
    gregrocker said:
    Thanks, on it.
    Be aware that some features are broken/buggy on this update compared to b9841.
    MS stated that some things were broken when they released it.
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  7. gregrocker's Avatar
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       #117

    Getting failure message to try again later.

    Will try tomorrow.

    Hard to focus as much as I'd like with a reply every few minutes at 7F. But I've not gone back to Win7 for two weeks so this is obviously a keeper.

    Thanks, Peter.
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  8. lehnerus2000's Avatar
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       #118

    gregrocker said:
    Hard to focus as much as I'd like with a reply every few minutes at 7F. But I've not gone back to Win7 for two weeks so this is obviously a keeper.
    W10 does seem nice (at the moment).

    I thought that b9841 was very smooth and straightforward to use.

    I still use W7 everyday though. :)

    gregrocker said:
    Thanks, Peter.
    No problems.
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  9. Wynona's Avatar
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       #119

    lehnerus2000 said:
    gregrocker said:
    Thanks, on it.
    Be aware that some features are broken/buggy on this update compared to b9841.
    MS stated that some things were broken when they released it.
    Yeppers! If, when you get on the Internet, there are missing letters everywhere, a small Windows Update will cure it.

    Windows 10 refuses to sleep-missing-letters-9860.png

    I had it and someone told me to go back to Windows Update and download updates. I did and no more missing letters.

    Another thing . . . there's no ISO to download.
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  10. lehnerus2000's Avatar
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       #120

    Wynona said:
    Another thing . . . there's no ISO to download.
    Once you have downloaded the update you can create an ISO using this tutorial:
    ESD to ISO - Create Bootable ISO from Windows 10 ESD File
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