Windows 10: Updating to 10049 has become slower and for no apparent reason. Solved

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  1.    04 Apr 2015 #11

    10049 update


    jc836 said: View Post
    My test machine has a clean from ISO install of 10041. I changed from Slow to Fast ring and still no 10049 showing on the update list. I have no idea how to get the 10049 build from the Insider site as all it is showing is 10041 as of this morning. I am seeing very long startup times compared to Windows 7 and assume that is not uncommon.
    The install of 10041 was complete except for my Asus DG sound card drivers; they were easily installed and sound is fine. Does anyone else have an issue with Windows sounds not being available? There is no startup or shutdown sound in the list.
    Set your 10041 install to Fast and wait..... It takes awhile ..... just keep checking for updates may hurry it a little but I don't know?
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    Win 10 Pro x64
       04 Apr 2015 #12

    jc836 said: View Post
    My test machine has a clean from ISO install of 10041. I changed from Slow to Fast ring and still no 10049 showing on the update list. I have no idea how to get the 10049 build from the Insider site as all it is showing is 10041 as of this morning. I am seeing very long startup times compared to Windows 7 and assume that is not uncommon.
    The install of 10041 was complete except for my Asus DG sound card drivers; they were easily installed and sound is fine. Does anyone else have an issue with Windows sounds not being available? There is no startup or shutdown sound in the list.

    That is wierd. I just did a clean install of 10041 the other day and ran the first update. Then switched to fast ring and got the 10049 update right away.
    Run the 10041 update first before switching to fast ring.
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    Windows 7 Professional
       04 Apr 2015 #13

    badrobot said: View Post
    That is wierd. I just did a clean install of 10041 the other day and ran the first update. Then switched to fast ring and got the 10049 update right away.
    Run the 10041 update first before switching to fast ring.
    As noted-mine was a clean install of 10041. Will try doing the Update again. There were 3 updates applied , including a Windows Defender one.

    5:50pm 4/4 - Update is downloading 10049. Will see how this turns out.
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       06 Apr 2015 #14

    I noticed in your first post that you reinstalled Windows to create extra partitions. It's too late to help this time but if anyone needs to do this in future, try "MINI TOOL PARTITION WIZARD FREE". This can resize partitions including the Windows one, create new partitions and it works with W10.
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