Windows 10: Windows 10 upgrade fails on Windows 7 PC

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  1. Posts : 6
    Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
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       20 Aug 2015 #11

    tomviking said: View Post
    Hi guys,

    Looks like you have not found a solution. That is a shame. This is the only forum I found this topic and was hoping I could have found the solution since I have exactly the same problem. It installs until 75% then reboots two times and then reverts to Windows 7. Really frustrating. Any real solutions are deeply welcome. Regards, Tom

    Not yet. Actually, in my case it installs 100% before it reverts to Windows 7. Go figure!

    David
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  2.    20 Aug 2015 #12

    davsom said: View Post
    Not yet. Actually, in my case it installs 100% before it reverts to Windows 7. Go figure!

    David
    Wow, 100%. That must be even worse than having it stop at 75. Funny thing, it installed perfect on my ASUS laptop that was bought 2 years prior to my All-in-one PC. It is really frustrating that no one has a solution as of now...but maybe when its time to pay for the upgrade! What is so special with the All-in-one that it does not install???
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  3.    21 Aug 2015 #13

    I also have the ASUS ET2701INTI and have experienced much the same problem. I have twice attempted to upgrade from Windows 8.1 to Win10 and initially it appears to upgrade fine but then as soon as it reboots the attempt to repair message comes up along with the VIDEO MEMORY MANAGEMENT INTERNAL message. I do believe it is related to the Nvidia video card drivers and there are other forums outlining similar issues with Nvidia drivers. Like someone else mentioned, if you uninstall the driver in safe mode it sometimes fixes the problem until the next reboot. Windows 10 forces driver updates using it's own libraries so you cannot resolve this by manually changing the driver, in any case, the driver that Windows installs appears to be the same version as listed on Nvidia website (ver. 355.60). I will keep watching this post in the hope that someone finds a solution but I fear we may have to wait for a latter Win10 build, or worse, be stuck with the Windows versions we have!
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  4.    21 Aug 2015 #14

    Thanks Pumpkin. To be quite honest, I don't like to uninstall something just because of upgrading a windows version. It should not have to be. Is this NVIDIA's problem or is it Windows problem? Keep us updated if you find anything please. Thanks for your efforts.
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    Windows 7
       21 Aug 2015 #15

    did u found the solution yet ?
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  6.    26 Aug 2015 #16

    Ditto for the most part....


    Pumpkin said: View Post
    I also have the ASUS ET2701INTI and have experienced much the same problem. I have twice attempted to upgrade from Windows 8.1 to Win10 and initially it appears to upgrade fine but then as soon as it reboots the attempt to repair message comes up along with the VIDEO MEMORY MANAGEMENT INTERNAL message. I do believe it is related to the Nvidia video card drivers and there are other forums outlining similar issues with Nvidia drivers. Like someone else mentioned, if you uninstall the driver in safe mode it sometimes fixes the problem until the next reboot. Windows 10 forces driver updates using it's own libraries so you cannot resolve this by manually changing the driver, in any case, the driver that Windows installs appears to be the same version as listed on Nvidia website (ver. 355.60). I will keep watching this post in the hope that someone finds a solution but I fear we may have to wait for a latter Win10 build, or worse, be stuck with the Windows versions we have!

    I have the exact model as you, and the difference with mine is that I just get a black screen after 75%. It goes no further. I've left it running for a weekend to see if it was just taking time. Thankfully, it always reverts back to Win 8.1 after I force it to reboot twice.
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  7.    03 Sep 2015 #17

    I have a ET2701INTI with Windows 7 Pro and yep, same problema than you guys. I read on ASUS website that the problema might be on drivers and BIOS (they recomend to make some changes on BIOS). The question is, when I go F2 to BIOS setting, those options don't appear!!

    I try to make a BIOS update without sucess. It seems that Windows 10 upgrade is not possible.
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  8.    09 Sep 2015 #18

    I'm banking on either Asus, Nvidia or MS coming up with a fix for this at some point. Do post if you have any success. I'm not sure it would be the bios but worth a shot. You may need to hit the F2 key a bit earlier in the re-boot.
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  9.    12 Sep 2015 #19

    Nvidia have released a new driver for the GT 640M (for the video card found in the ASUS ET2701INTI ) ver. 355.82. After updating, it might be worth having another crack at the Win10 install. http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
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  10.    15 Sep 2015 #20

    Hello,

    I have the same problem as everyone in this thread. I have a Medion Akoya P6640 laptop with a GeForce GT 740M. Nvidia is definitely the culprit here - turning off the graphics card in the device manager stops the BSOD, but of course, it's merely a temporary solution. Uninstalling the drivers and installing an old version (353.30, 352.84) doesn't work, either. None of these problems arise when using 8.1 Pro that I was upgrading from, with either version of the driver.

    I will imagine that Microsoft will do nothing about this issue, but Nvidia doesn't seem eager to fix this issue. If anyone finds any solution for this, I'm all ears.
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