Windows 10: Feature update to Windows 10, version 1703 failed to install Solved

  1. Posts : 6
    Windows 10 Pro
       28 Apr 2017 #1

    Feature update to Windows 10, version 1703 failed to install

    Hello people,
    I m using windows 10 pro and i m unable to install windows 10 creator update version 1703 since its release daily its start downloading itself and at the end it says update failed to install i lost too much data i m fearing about cost now.
    One thing i remember is power failure while downloading update.mostly i don't take cares about update its works in background but i was feeling too slow browsing etc.I m attaching images bellow.
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  2. Caledon Ken's Avatar
    Posts : 9,783
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Build 1803
       28 Apr 2017 #2

    Hi i1yas. Welcome to the TenForums @i1yas

    First off I would recommend you run the Update Trouble Shooter.

    Windows key + S, search bar appears, type troubleshooting into search bar, troubleshooting appears at top. Click it, window opens, lower right side "Fix problems with Windows Update", click. Window opens, click on “advance”, click on Run as administrator, click “Next”. Should run clean. If not run again.

    Next I would navigate to the Media Creator Tool and follow the directions to create a USB key, I think you will need and 8GB key, it very well will work with a 4GB key but they seem to be adding more versions.

    Backup your personal data off machine.

    Insert key, navigate to key and run setup. This will do an in-place upgrade. It should not impact your data. You still want to have a back up because as we all know, things happen.

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  3.    05 Jun 2017 #3

    Update fails to complete

    Greetings,I have a dial boot system with both boot disks running Win 10 Pro. Boot options are:

    I use the "$n$" prefix to designate the physical disk on my system. (It's a hold over from OpenVMS' Allocation Class ) Each partition/volume also has the allocation class as the volume label, example: $1$Disk$Data is a data partition on physical disk 1.
    After the initial installation pass and the subsequent reboot request, two new boot options are inserted into my boot record:
    Windows 10
    $0$Sys$Win10 is my primary boot device and is also the default boot device with a 30 second timeout to change my boot device if I so choose. The timeout has been removed with this reboot phase - not a problem however, I cannot get the update to proceed to completion.
    I've selected $0$Sys$Win10 over 10 times and all that happens is the system says Restarting and returns to the boot prompts. Same if I select Windows 10. When I select Windows_Setup the boot process continues with "Restoring Previous Version of Windows". Which does give me my previous Windows installation without any problems.
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  4. Caledon Ken's Avatar
    Posts : 9,783
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Build 1803
       06 Jun 2017 #4

    Hi MDSBigPaPa

    Could I please ask you to start a new thread with your issue. This thread is marked closed and as such is not reviewed as closely as others.

    You should be able to do a simple cut and paste.

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