How to get the Windows 10 May 2019 Update version 1903

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  1.    #150

    Dav said: View Post
    I'm ready to give up.
    I have 4 laptops that I am trying to upgrade from 1809 to 1903.

    The oldest one (2 yrs old) I had to replace the hard drive in and it has had problems with booting after installing cumulative updates. It upgraded on the first try with upgrade assistant.

    Another one (1 yr old) I tried every way possible at least a dozen times and it failed every one. Finally I restored it to 1803 and then it upgraded to 1903 with no issues.

    I have two new laptops that are less than a month old and they refuse to upgrade from 1809 to 1903. Again, I have tried everything.
    Nothing external including mouse attached. Plenty of space C: is SSD with 160GB free. D: is 1TB hard drive with 767GB free.
    Latest CU installed. Tried multiple times with ESD Flash drive, Update Assistant online, ESD DVD, and WIM ISO mounted. Uninstalled Antivirus and disabled Malwarebytes.
    Tried with clean boot.

    Every time they fail with 0X800Y70004-0X2000D

    The installation failed in the SAFE-OS phase with an error during MIGRATE_DATA operation.”

    SetupDiag reports fatal migration plug-in failure.
    Plug-in Name = %windir%\system32\migration\SxsMigPlugin.dll
    Migration Operation = IPostApply->PostApply
    Plug-in Error: 0x00000002
    Same here, my E1705 is stuck at bootup, and its in 1803. Tried upgrading to 1809, but that didn't work. Did 1903 fix the booting issue?
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  2. Bree's Avatar
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       #151

    sygnus21 said: View Post
    Although I find the notice from Microsoft a bit vague... "....To safeguard your update experience, we have applied a hold on devices with an external USB device or SD memory card attached from being offered Windows 10, version 1903 until this issue is resolved."
    Any usb, temporary or otherwise, if it's attached at the time can interfere with the upgrade process. I don't think MS expected so many of us to try to upgrade from a usb (which is a Catch 22 situation). Microsoft's mindset seems to be that we all should be getting our features updates through windows update.
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  3.    #152

    tornadosurvivor said: View Post
    Same here, my E1705 is stuck at bootup, and its in 1803. Tried upgrading to 1809, but that didn't work. Did 1903 fix the booting issue?
    So far it is working ok.
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  4.    #153

    Dav said: View Post
    So far it is working ok.
    Are you pretty sure? I haven't upgraded yet, but do you have an E1705?
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  5.    #154

    tornadosurvivor said: View Post
    Are you pretty sure? I haven't upgraded yet, but do you have an E1705?
    The one we are talking about is a Pavilion 17T and it is working just fine so far after the upgrade.
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  6.    #155

    Dav said: View Post
    The one we are talking about is a Pavilion 17T and it is working just fine so far after the upgrade.
    Ok. Will try after I get done with my final exam.
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       #156

    Dav said: View Post
    I'm ready to give up.
    I have 4 laptops that I am trying to upgrade from 1809 to 1903.

    The oldest one (2 yrs old) I had to replace the hard drive in and it has had problems with booting after installing cumulative updates. It upgraded on the first try with upgrade assistant.

    Another one (1 yr old) I tried every way possible at least a dozen times and it failed every one. Finally I restored it to 1803 and then it upgraded to 1903 with no issues.

    I have two new laptops that are less than a month old and they refuse to upgrade from 1809 to 1903. Again, I have tried everything.
    Nothing external including mouse attached. Plenty of space C: is SSD with 160GB free. D: is 1TB hard drive with 767GB free.
    Latest CU installed. Tried multiple times with ESD Flash drive, Update Assistant online, ESD DVD, and WIM ISO mounted. Uninstalled Antivirus and disabled Malwarebytes.
    Tried with clean boot.

    Every time they fail with 0X800Y70004-0X2000D

    The installation failed in the SAFE-OS phase with an error during MIGRATE_DATA operation.”

    SetupDiag reports fatal migration plug-in failure.
    Plug-in Name = %windir%\system32\migration\SxsMigPlugin.dll
    Migration Operation = IPostApply->PostApply
    Plug-in Error: 0x00000002
    Is system restore turned off?
    If not turn it off, and delete all your restore points.(make a system image then of course).
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       #157

    Bree said: View Post
    A workaround is to copy Setup.exe from the root of your USB and its Sources folder to a temporary folder on your HDD, then run Setup from there. You can delete the temporary folder when done. I have done just that to upgrade some of my machines.
    That worked

    Bree said: View Post
    Any usb, temporary or otherwise, if it's attached at the time can interfere with the upgrade process. I don't think MS expected so many of us to try to upgrade from a usb (which is a Catch 22 situation). Microsoft's mindset seems to be that we all should be getting our features updates through windows update.
    Well then why give us the option to use a USB thumb drive. Anyway I fully get your point

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Is system restore turned off?
    If not turn it off, and delete all your restore points.(make a system image then of course).
    Didn't do either on mine and the upgrade tip Bree gave worked without issue. Up and running now

    Oh and I use restore points all the time especially on driver updates.
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  9. Bree's Avatar
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       #158

    sygnus21 said: View Post
    Well then why give us the option to use a USB thumb drive.
    This issue doen't apply if you are booting from the USB to do a clean install, so the USB does have its uses.
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  10. sygnus21's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 (1903)
       #159

    Bree said: View Post
    This issue doen't apply if you are booting from the USB to do a clean install, so the USB does have its uses.
    Yeah, I get it. Anyway system's up and running without issue thus far. Even got the updates after the upgrade.

    Thanks.
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