Windows 10: going back to 10130

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  1.    23 Jun 2015 #31

    Well i really dont want to do that unless totally essential. The biggest problem with this 10147 is i cant get the store to open.

    beta store wont open
    Last edited by Brink; 23 Jun 2015 at 22:46. Reason: added link to your thread for that issue
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       23 Jun 2015 #32

    Matt Siegel said: View Post
    Well i really dont want to do that unless totally essential. The biggest problem with this 10147 is i cant get the store to open.

    beta store wont open
    Sorry man. You're stuck with those issues. Like MS said, Win 10 preview isn't for everybody. It's should not replace your day to day PC. It will be buggy. It will crash. It will break your PC.
    When the new build is out, most of us here will do a clean install. Because we know that is the best way of doing it. 10147 is not an official release. It's a leak. 10130 is that last official build released by MS.
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  3.    24 Jun 2015 #33

    Well; i think for right now; I am going to re-install win 7; then go back and reinstall 10130 and hopefully that will fix things at least in the short term anyway.
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       24 Jun 2015 #34

    Matt,

    If you were planning on upgrading from Windows 7 to 10130, then it would be better to directly clean install 10130 instead.
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  5.    24 Jun 2015 #35

    I know it would be shawn; but I dont want to lose all my files even though I have a backup of them. Its a pain in the u know what to have to go through restoring all the files and waiting for my backup to restore.
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 16199
       24 Jun 2015 #36

    I hear that.
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  7.    24 Jun 2015 #37

    well sadly it looks like I dont have a choice but to do a clean install because it wont run my windows 7 install disc; and it wont let me go back to the previous build so Im stuck in a corner here so to speak.
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  8.    24 Jun 2015 #38

    Matt
    Does your 7 disk start at boot? If not have you set your dvd to star first in the Bios?
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  9. Posts : 92
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       24 Jun 2015 #39

    If MS does not come out with a new build, I will go back to 10147..
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  10.    24 Jun 2015 #40

    Even if you can't roll back all your data will be contained in the Windows.old folder so you won't be losing anything.
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