There might be an issue with the System Reserve partition. I'm not sure if it's 10.0.130 related or not ... or even if it is an issue.
It might be that Win10 wants/requires a combined System Reserve and WinRE partition for BIOS/MBR machines
- if that is the case then the 100 MB part is too small.
Technet recommends a minimum of 350 MB for a combined partition. Most Win7 and Win8 installs have the default 100 MB System Reserve.
In the Technet articles, the disk schema is broken into Default and a Recommended sections. This distinction is lost for BIOS/MBR discussions - there is no mention of a default (as in: defined by Windows at install time on a raw partition). The article simply states:
To avoid the four-partition limit on BIOS-based systems, we recommend adding the Windows RE tools image onto the system partition.It doesn't mention 100 MB System Reserve (or I missed it) - this is how my Win8 machine is defined and how Windows defined it. This only seems to be an 'issue' for BIOS/MBR
The minimum size of this combined partition is 350 MB.
Source: Configure BIOS/MBR-Based Hard Drive Partitions
UEFI/GPT is clear, but there are some considerations:
Partition: Windows RE Tools -> minimum 300 MB
If the partition is less than 500 MB, it must have at least 50 MB of free space.
If the partition is 500 MB or larger, it must have at least 320 MB of free space.
If the partition is larger than 1 GB, we recommend that it should have at least 1 GB free.
Partition: System (EFI/ESP) -> minimum 100 MB
must be FAT32
AdvFmt 4K native drives -> minimum = 260 MB
AdvFmt 512e drives -> minimum=100 MB
Partition: Microsoft Reserved (MSR) -> 128 MB
x64: minimum 20 GB
x32: minimum 16 GB
must be NTFS
10 GB free space after OOEB
Push button reset considerations:
Calculation: Image_size x 1.1 + Buffer
Image_size: This is the estimated size of the image after it has been applied from the WIM image file. Use the command:
Dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:C:\test\offline\install.wim
If your WIM image file contains multiple images, use the size information reported for the image configured to be used by push-button reset
- x64: 1.2 GB
- x86: 1.1 GB
- ARM: 1.0 GB
Partition: Recovery image -> minimum 2 GB + sufficient free space
(minimum free space 320 MB, recommended free space: 1 GB)
Source: Configure UEFI/GPT-Based Hard Drive Partitions
Another member had issues installing Win10 and they managed to get past the issue by shrinking and moving C: to the right, then extending System Reserve into the free space.
I had issue installing a previous TP bld (04x or 061) where my System Reserve was 'corrupted. (probably just filled and failed). I cleaned that up so the machine would boot, bot it seems like a good time to finish the clean up and try growing the System Reserve.
If Win10 requires more space on the the System Reserve, then this needs to be addressed at install time. The average end user will struggle trying to fix what Windows should fix.
I'll post something - maybe a new thread after I do the work on my machine. Until then, sit tight and try not to get frustrated