Cant install Windows 10 after preload (error code 80240020)

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    8.1 pro
       #11

    finally managed to get past the download and install stage this time, and it's now going through the upgrade process
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  2. Posts : 5
    Windows
       #12

    I downloaded the ISO instead.. Upgrade by windows update is really slow and it made me mad after so many time trying to make it works. After all, I downloaded ISO and followed the instructions in this tutorial
    http://moretags.blogspot.com/2015/07...howing-up.html
    It's worked and I think using ISO is better than trying to fix the windows update's problems.
    Last edited by darksoulpart; 03 Aug 2015 at 04:49.
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  3. Posts : 4
    Windows 7
       #13

    I'm getting this error message as well. Hopefully, Microsoft will have a fix for this so that those of us who don't take the ISO disc route can have a complete install.
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  4. Posts : 10
    win7 64 bit
       #14

    mkdr said:
    I did a preload of the Win10 files on three PCs (via cmd prompt and do a "wuauclt /updatenow".

    It ran through to 100% and afterwards went into "Preparing ...":

    Attachment 26417

    But it broke after a long time with something like couldnt install at least 1 update please restart, on all three PCs.

    The $Windows.~BT folder is also different size on the PCs though thats because one is Home the other Pro I guess.

    I read here How to force the Windows 10 install (if you have the files downloaded) : Windows10 that you can do your own ISO and do a clean install and it's activated too that way, but how do I know if the content of the folder really is complete?
    im getting the same error
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  5. Posts : 20
    8.1 pro
       #15

    After 3 tries mine installed yesterday. It installed pretty quick once it had got past the fails.

    All done remotely via rdp as well [emoji4]
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