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  1. Brink's Avatar
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       #170

    Tonyb said:
    so if i did this now should i use the update now button Brink?
    The "Update now" button for the "Windows 10 Update Assistant" tool would be an easy way to do so.

    Update to Latest Version of Windows 10 using Update Assistant - Windows 10 Installation Upgrade Tutorials
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       #171

    Thanks Brink :)
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  3. Brink's Avatar
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       #172

    Anytime Tony. :)
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       #173

    just got it all is well, had a question windows defender periodic scanning came on, should i turn it off with norton, as norton says to turn it off not sure why?.
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       #174

    Brink said:
    Hey Bree, :)

    I ended up having 15063.13 from the Update Assistant. I didn't see an option to not check for updates during it, but I suppose either way that will be the build we'll have at the end though.
    I used the MCT to make USB install media. Run Setup from that (or the .iso) and you get the choice of:
    • Download and install updates (recommended)
    • Not at the moment


    One machine I upgrade without checking for updates, on another I checked - they both ended up at 15063.0, which windows update then brought up to 15063.13.
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  6. Brink's Avatar
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       #175

    Bree said:
    I used the MCT to make USB install media. Run Setup from that (or the .iso) and you get the choice of:
    • Download and install updates (recommended)
    • Not at the moment


    One machine I upgrade without checking for updates, on another I checked - they both ended up at 15063.0, which windows update then brought up to 15063.13.
    It appears that MCT gives you the option to check for updates, and the Update Assistant just does it for you without option.
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  7. Brink's Avatar
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       #176

    Tonyb said:
    just got it all is well, had a question windows defender periodic scanning came on, should i turn it off with norton, as norton says to turn it off not sure why?.
    It's up to you if you want to turn off periodic scanning or not. Leaving it turned on will give you a bit more protection though.
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       #177

    Cliff S said:
    Thanks for the info Shawn, mounting the ISO in File Explorer was always my preferred method.
    And with the specs on my work station, it took only 15 minutes after clicking setup.exe:)
    I never did an upgrade on it yet till now, since I bought it, wow it can go fast.
    I'll do my old slow laptop tomorrow, though.
    Actually went faster than I thought:)
    Both machines upgraded no problems, just the normal tweaks needed to be applied, like any upgrade or repair install even.
    Microsoft/Windows 10 even got ALL my drivers correct & current
    I checked with the MSI Live update, and everything was hunky dory.
    Upgrade to Windows 10-image.png

    And it was a lot of drivers!!!
    Upgrade to Windows 10-image-004.png

    Good job Microsoft.
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       #178

    Cliff S said:
    Actually went faster than I thought:)
    Both machines upgraded no problems, just the normal tweaks needed to be applied, like any upgrade or repair install even.
    Microsoft/Windows 10 even got ALL my drivers correct & current
    I checked with the MSI Live update, and everything was hunky dory.
    Upgrade to Windows 10-image.png

    And it was a lot of drivers!!!
    Upgrade to Windows 10-image-004.png

    Good job Microsoft.
    Clif do you know if MSI Live Update 6 will work on a MSI z77a-G45 Mobo?? i can't find a current version for windows 10 for my mobo anywhere i got lucky that my click bios 2 is working on windows 10, but mine was using live update 5 and it will not install. If you happen to have a link for the current one i will give it a try.
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  10. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #179

    Tonyb said:
    Clif do you know if MSI Live Update 6 will work on a MSI z77a-G45 Mobo?? i can't find a current version for windows 10 for my mobo anywhere i got lucky that my click bios 2 is working on windows 10, but mine was using live update 5 and it will not install. If you happen to have a link for the current one i will give it a try.
    Support For Z77A-G45 | Motherboard - The world leader in motherboard design | MSI Global 64
    Type Utility Title Live Update 6
    OS XP 32, XP 64, Win7 32, Win7 64, Win8 64, Win8 32, Win8.1 64, Win8.1 32 Release Date 2017-03-16
    Version 6.2.0.10 File Size 10.53 MB
    File Download
    Description Online update BIOS/Driver/Firmware/Utility. Live Monitor auto-detects and suggests the latest BIOS/Driver/Utilities information.
    Note 1. .net framework 4.0 is required. 2. Antivirus Software need to be disabled to prevent conflict when using Live update utility. LIVE UPDATE 6 User Guide (Click)
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