Wonder if these logs provide a clue as to failed install to 2004


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    windows 7 32 bit and windows 10 pr0 64 bit dual boot
       #1

    Wonder if these logs provide a clue as to failed install to 2004


    Hi folks,

    I wonder if these logs provide any clue as to the reason for one of my failed installed from 1909 to 2004. They are CompatReports from the BT/sources/panther folder and I was advised on another forum that they can help troubleshoot the problem.

    Over 100gb free space so not that.

    There are nine logs in total, here is the last four in order of the first below having the later time stamp. Any ideas appreciated as I have about given up on it.

    Thanks..

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    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <CompatReport xmlns="http://www.microsoft.com/Application...visor/01012009" MigXmlFile="5Y7YwCLnPkm3GO6P.2.0.0.3.117.6.8.0.0_APPRAISER_Migration.xml"><System X64Capable="True" X64Running="True"/><Hardware><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_BitlockerNoTargetSupport"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_TargetIsNonStagedBuild"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_LanguagePackDetected"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_LicenseActivation"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_FeaturesOnDemandDetected"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_PendingFirmwareUpdateWithPower"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_FlightSigningEnabled"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_SecureBoot"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem></Hardware><SystemInfo UplevelEdition="Windows 10" OSMajorVersion="10" OSMinorVersion="0"/>
    <Devices/>
    <DriverPackages>
    <DriverPackage Inf="oem27.inf" BlockMigration="False" HasSignedBinaries="True"/>
    <DriverPackage Inf="oem12.inf" BlockMigration="False" HasSignedBinaries="True"/>
    <DriverPackage Inf="oem11.inf" BlockMigration="False" HasSignedBinaries="True"/>
    <DriverPackage Inf="oem34.inf" BlockMigration="False" HasSignedBinaries="True"/>
    <DriverPackage Inf="oem39.inf" BlockMigration="False" HasSignedBinaries="True"/>
    <DriverPackage Inf="oem38.inf" BlockMigration="False" HasSignedBinaries="True"/>
    <DriverPackage Inf="oem6.inf" BlockMigration="False" HasSignedBinaries="True"/>
    <DriverPackage Inf="oem29.inf" BlockMigration="True" HasSignedBinaries="False"/>
    <DriverPackage Inf="oem28.inf" BlockMigration="True" HasSignedBinaries="False"/>
    <DriverPackage Inf="oem3.inf" BlockMigration="False" HasSignedBinaries="True"/>
    <DriverPackage Inf="oem17.inf" BlockMigration="False" HasSignedBinaries="True"/>
    </DriverPackages>
    <Programs/>
    </CompatReport>
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    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <CompatReport xmlns="http://www.microsoft.com/Application...visor/01012009"><System X64Capable="True" X64Running="True"/><Hardware><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_BitlockerNoTargetSupport"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_TargetIsNonStagedBuild"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_LanguagePackDetected"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_LicenseActivation"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_FeaturesOnDemandDetected"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_PendingFirmwareUpdateWithPower"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_FlightSigningEnabled"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_SecureBoot"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem></Hardware></CompatReport>

    .......................................
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <CompatReport xmlns="http://www.microsoft.com/Application...visor/01012009"><System X64Capable="True" X64Running="True"/><Hardware><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_HostIsNewer"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_NonStandardDirectory"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_HostIsOldPrerelease"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_MismatchedLanguage"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_MismatchedBuildType"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem><HardwareItem HardwareType="Setup_UpgradeDisabled"><CompatibilityInfo BlockingType="None"/></HardwareItem></Hardware></CompatReport>

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    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <CompatReport xmlns="http://www.microsoft.com/Application...visor/01012009"><System X64Capable="True" X64Running="True"/><Hardware/><SystemInfo UplevelEdition="Windows 10" OSMajorVersion="10" OSMinorVersion="0"/>
    </CompatReport>
    ..................................................


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    You would need to put more info in your system specs in your profile. If you have an AMD processor, you may have to wait.
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