Your Device Is not Ready Vs 2004

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       #71

    Hi,
    Repoman came by
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    Windows 10 Pro
       #72

    I`m glad it`s gone not that it ever bothered me.
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  3. Posts : 3,169
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 21H1 (May 2021 build 19043.1083)
       #73

    A quick look through Windows 10 v2004 known issues, revealed that systems with nVidia drivers version 380 or lower have some incompatibility with v2004 and produce a BSOD. So Microsoft stops upgrades to such systems until they resolve the issue with nVidia. In my main system (see specs) I have an nVidia GT 620 graphics card with latest driver version 391.35 (latest official driver), so in theory I should not be affected. I suspect that some nVidia components are not properly updated to the latest driver and hence the issue. Next time I have access to this computer I will use DDU to remove any nVidia driver and then clean install the latest version 392.25 to ensure that all nVidia compunents are properly updated to the latest version. Then hopefully, I will be able to upgrade from v1909 to v2004 without any issue. I'll let you know.

    Meanwhile today I successfully upgraded Windows 10 Pro64-bit v1909 to v2004 on my Fujitsu Stylistic Q702 tablet/notebook hybrid (Intel Core i5-3437U, 4GB DDR3 RAM, Intel GMA 4500 graphics). So in general I recommend to do they upgrade to v2004 if you can. I you cannot, read the known issues list and you should find out why you cannot.
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    Win 10 Home 10.0.19044.1706 (x64) [21H2]
       #74

    AddRAM said:
    My 2004 update notification has completely disappeared on my Z170

    Mine did too. X570 motherboard, and 445.87 vid card drivers.
    This is what led me to think, that MS wasn't happy with a "single" C: partition.
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    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 21H1 (May 2021 build 19043.1083)
       #75

    You could install Windows 10 on a spare hard disk and let it create all the partitions. Then you could use Macrium Reflect to replace the large partition (Windows) with the data from your original hard disk. At this point the spare disk won't boot properly. Then you boot with Windows 10 USB or DVD, repair Windows and it should work. Once it boots properly into your original Windows 10 installation from the spare disk you could try upgrading to v2004 without taking any risk on your original disk. If it does upgrade successfully to v2004, simply clone the spare disk to the original and keep v2004.
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       #76

    Where are you getting your drivers from ? The latest is 451.67 released 7/9/20

    Ah, I see one of you using a AMD product. Yikes.
    Last edited by AddRAM; 14 Jul 2020 at 16:19. Reason: from you are to are you, Dolt !!
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    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 21H1 (May 2021 build 19043.1083)
       #77

    I get the drivers from www.nvidia.co.uk -> All nVidia drivers - > Geforce GT 600 series -> GT 620 -> Windows 10 64-bit. I choose the UK site because it has the paneuropean driver (including Greek), while the US driver only has English.

    Direct Link: NVIDIA DRIVERS GeForce Game Ready Driver WHQL

    Just confirmed, latest WHQL driver is 391.35 (haven't checked Beta drivers).
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       #78

    AddRAM said:
    I`m glad it`s gone not that it ever bothered me.
    Hi,
    I just mounted the iso
    Set it up as much as I could stand and made a system image of it
    Restored back to 1909.
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  9. Posts : 4,556
    Windows 10 Pro
       #79

    Ah, have to reboot, it`s Update Tuesday
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  10. Posts : 13,544
    Windows10
       #80

    f14tomcat said:
    No, it's 3 Primary max, then Logicals, which I haven't messed with in a long time. Was only pointing out that Disk Management can be deceiving in that respect.
    Errrr No.

    MBR allows 4 primary partitions and unlike UEFI does not have the hidden MSR partition.

    Also, I am pretty sure the assertion that an upgrade fails because it cannot write a 5th primary Recovery partition is erroneous.

    I am pretty sure, it just does not create one as they are not mission critical.

    Instead the winre files are contained in a subfolder on C drive.

    If OP is having an issue, it is for some other reason UNLESS it is an unidentified bug.
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