Windows 10 upgrade from 1809 to 1909 stuck at 92 percent

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    Windows 10 upgrade from 1809 to 1909 stuck at 92 percent


    So I bit the bullet today and decide upgrade from 1,809 to 1909. Now it's stuck On working on updates At 92% for the past hour.Is it normally this long? Especially for an SSD?
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    the ssd has nothing to do with the update process. I do not know how long the update takes as I only do fresh installs when their is a major update.
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    Okay it's been three hours since I stared this and for the past 2hrs it's been stuck at 92 percent. This is just odd. This is an Ssd too, should I wait any more? Or should I just turn off my pc and try something else?
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  4. Posts : 96
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    Restart pc, see what happens.
    It will either continue, reset, or give an error code failed update.

    You could try using USB ISO upgrade with the 'Repair Install.....' Tutorial.
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    Well I did that. Thankfully nothing bad happened so I decided to update via media creation tool. It's been 40 minutes and I'm back at 92 percent. Strange thing is that now when I get to 92 percent the light on my computer indicating action stops blinking. If this fails should I just do iso?
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    Allow the upgrade to run overnight.

    There are steps that can performed to improve the likelihood of a successful upgrade and steps that can be performed to troubleshoot Windows upgrade failures.

    For failures start with setupdiag:
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...rade/setupdiag

    Post a share link of the results using one drive, drop box, or google drive
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  7. Posts : 96
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    So no error message from OS, nothing in 'windows reliability history monitor' ?

    There also was an issue using usb iso, but the simple trick was doing the install offline then doing any updates afterwards.
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    Okay it's doing the 92% thing again.Not moving at all He's been stuff there for 20 minutes.I think this maybe an issue since last month I had to do a repair install for my 1809Since it was giving me issues Since I delete something I shouldn't have. I used heidoc iso downloader. Should I just use that to download the iso and update that way?
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    Give 'zbook' suggestion a try first.
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    Well since I started this over an hour ago I'll wait until the second hour.Since I started Stop watch on my tablet.I'm using SSD So this shouldn't be taking so long as it is.

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    Redbatman said:
    Well since I started this over an hour ago I'll wait until the second hour.Since I started Stop watch on my tablet.I'm using SSD So this shouldn't be taking so long as it is.
    Actually since this may not work should I just update to 1903 instead and use that ISO?

    File below showing error.

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    Here are some more logs
    Windows 10 upgrade from 1809 to 1909 stuck at 92 percent Attached Files
    Last edited by Redbatman; 26 Feb 2020 at 20:54.
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