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  1. Posts : 456
    Windows 10 Pro x64, Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1, Windows 8.1 Pro x64
       #80

    Installed from ISO, 38 minutes.
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  2. Caledon Ken's Avatar
    Posts : 14,170
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Build 1809
       #81

    Mine went through, first try. Very old, very slow laptop.
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  3.    #82

    Updated 2 of 3 eligible test machines yesterday, but no time to post here until this morning. So far all has gone well. But despite others reporting fast install times, mine took quite a while. Perhaps that's because both test machines are running fairly old processors. The X220T runs a Sandy Bridge i7, while the XPS 2720 runs a Haswell i7. Both are mobile processors (and hence, slower than their desktop processor counterparts), too.
    --Ed--
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  4. Kari's Avatar
    Posts : 15,881
    Windows 10 Pro
       #83

    EdTittel said: View Post
    … despite others reporting fast install times, mine took quite a while. Perhaps that's because both test machines are running fairly old processors. The X220T runs a Sandy Bridge i7, while the XPS 2720 runs a Haswell i7. Both are mobile processors (and hence, slower than their desktop processor counterparts), too.
    Strange how differently various hardware setups handle the upgrade. I made my personal record yesterday on HP laptop, upgrade took 32 minutes from clicking Check Updates to 18898 desktop. I guess my CPU is even "worse" than yours:

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  5. jimbo45's Avatar
    Posts : 7,106
    Windows / Linux : Centos, Ubuntu, OpenSuse
       #84

    Hi folks

    Nice fast slick build this one

    apart from Language display stuff which is now now OK for alternate languages -- didn't work properly on build 18895 --or at least I couldn't get the display languages to work properly - VMWare works fine too when this build is a host - ensure though release of VMWare 15.1.0 installed.

    Here I've got 3 external USB passport drives (4 TB each) attached to a VM and all working from a laptop --you'll probably need a powered USB 3 Hub to run 3 of these self powered HDD's from a laptop USB port though !!

    I've tried to break this build -- so far it's resisted everything I've tossed at it -- I might skip the 19H1 builds and stay with this one. (18898 20 H1 -- not the 18895 build though).

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    Cheers
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  6.    #85

    Add me to the "do it twice" group. GSOD "SETUP ERROR".
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  7. Steven Campoli's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Professional 64 Bit
       #86

    IronZorg89 said: View Post
    Oh No!, I would not go that far. I am running out of idea, but trying to see if I can found a solution in my archive of troubleshooting references...
    I made a Image to have a backup...re installed and the store live tile isn't working on a fresh install for ..went back to the image so I didn't have to re configure anything...maybe it's because I'm in Montreal lol...it was working 2 builds ago..
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  8.    #87

    Steven Campoli said: View Post
    I made a Image to have a backup...re installed and the store live tile isn't working on a fresh install for ..went back to the image so I didn't have to re configure anything...maybe it's because I'm in Montreal lol...it was working 2 builds ago..
    That doesn't have anything to do with your location. A chance you made an image backup to be able to roll back.

    I would suggest that you unpin the tile, run the .bat file from the Power Shell script from the previous link I referred you to yesterday (post # 42):
    New Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast+Skip Build 18898 (20H1) - May 15

    Then, try the step in "App Shortcut Start Menu folder" from the same tut to replace the tile. Before all of that, I think it would be good idea to run the DISM. exe command-lines further down still in the same tutorial.
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  9.    #88

    Steven Campoli said: View Post
    Wow it's driving me crazy.. I do t want a have to clean install for a tile...tried but didn't work lol, it stays the same.
    I definitely find it inappropriate to do a clean install just for a tile that doesn't work. Anyhow, you have already tried and it didn't work. Last thing I would suggest is to:

    1) Unpin it after right-clicking.
    2) Go to "M" according to the alphabetical order in Start Menu to find "Microsoft Store"

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    3) Right-click on it, and on "More", click on Settings to open the following window:

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    to reset it. Go back to step 2 to pin it back.

    Really hope that helps this time!
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  10. martyfelker's Avatar
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    Dual Boot Windows 10 IP Build 18865/Debian 9.8 Kernel 5.0.0
       #89

    Installed on VirtualBox latest testbuild. I was from the 18898 ISO attached as a CD-ROM drive (setup.exe). I specified keep nothing but there was still a small windows.old directory but it was easily deleted without resorting to DIsk Cleanup - no locked files.
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