If I install Build 9926


  1. Posts : 46
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    If I install Build 9926


    If I install build 9926 will it update straight to 10049? If I choose the fast track?
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  2. Posts : 46
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    Well I tried to do it but I could not get past Update KB3038930, just in case someone wants to know.
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    Yes Gary,

    i went back to Build 9926 after Build 10041, then some 10 days later i come on the pc and during the night Build 10049 was installed.

    Unfortunately one cannot disable updates in Build 9926, so i went back to the previous build, so from 10049 to 9926.

    My guess.... i will have to redo this with the next update.

    Jeff
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    Well I did and everything seemed to go very well. I updated to 10049 in less than 40 minutes. But then I noticed something strange.. Everytime I rebooted my system wanted to do a chkdesk on my Windows 7 Drive. This one time I let it and it rendered windows 7 useless. Thank God and Greyhound I had a recent image. I got Windows 7 back and just know wiped the Windows 10 drive. If I ever try Windows 10 it will be on the only disk in my system. I actually found stuff in Win 7 that I installed in Windows 10. Very strange.
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    Make sure your upgrade frequency is set to "Slow", then at least it won't upgrade when every build first comes out...
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  6. Posts : 46
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    I had zero problems with the upgrade, it was after that. I even noticed it doing that is the previous build. I will wait for a later in the cycle build.
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  7. Posts : 46
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    After Easter I am going to go one month with Windows 10 only and see how it goes.
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  8. Posts : 399
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    Mystere said:
    Make sure your upgrade frequency is set to "Slow", then at least it won't upgrade when every build first comes out...
    hehe Mystere,

    will follow your advice.

    Jeff
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