How to get the Windows 10 May 2019 Update version 1903

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    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).
    Thanks Cliff. I just tried that with a clean boot and it gave the same failed result.
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  2.    #161

    Installed 1903 on desktop PC and two laptops today using Win update assistant,system restore enabled on all three during update,no problems so far,had to enable system restore after installation,fingers crossed
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       #162

    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.
    I installed my computers with the downloaded file from Windows Assistant, made an iso. Ran the setup from virtual drive (ie mounted from within windows. Left all my USB drives attached, no problems encountered and install went flawlessly. The only issue I experienced was one laptop which I used a DVD iso that refused to install because of my SD card.
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    Dav said: View Post
    Thanks Cliff. I just tried that with a clean boot and it gave the same failed result.
    Yeah, I tried that, too, plus disconnected Network, removed all cards, USB devices and still failed. Spent the last hour restoring to 1809 with Macrium.

    The answer will come eventually and it will probably be stupid and obvious. But I'm burned on this now and going back to actually using my system now.
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  5.    #164

    sygnus21 said: View Post
    Yeah, I get it. Anyway system's up and running without issue thus far. Even got the updates after the upgrade.

    Thanks.
    Except me, in which my computer is having connectivity issues.

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    sygnus21 said: View Post
    Yeah, I get it. Anyway system's up and running without issue thus far. Even got the updates after the upgrade.

    Thanks.
    Except me, in which my computer is having connectivity issues.
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  6.    #165

    Some computers, specially laptops that have card reader are usually connected to USB and report having a letter although no SD card is inserted. That gets reported as an external drive with no data on it. Might be prudent to disable it temporarily in BIOS before trying the upgrade.
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       #166

    tornadosurvivor said: View Post
    Except me, in which my computer is having connectivity issues.
    If you're on wi-fi and having connectivity issues, I'd suggest you try wired if possible.

    I had an upgrade issue a few years back on my Asus laptop and connecting the laptop via cable allowed the update the install. Not guaranteed to work, but it wouldn't hurt to try. Worked for me when all other options failed.
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    CountMike said: View Post
    Some computers, specially laptops that have card reader are usually connected to USB and report having a letter although no SD card is inserted. That gets reported as an external drive with no data on it. Might be prudent to disable it temporarily in BIOS before trying the upgrade.

    Yep, my Dell XPS8920 came with a stock SD card reader that shows up by default as a USB drive, with a drive letter assigned, even when empty... go figure.
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  9.    #168

    sygnus21 said: View Post
    If you're on wi-fi and having connectivity issues, I'd suggest you try wired if possible.

    I had an upgrade issue a few years back on my Asus laptop and connecting the laptop via cable allowed the update the install. Not guaranteed to work, but it wouldn't hurt to try. Worked for me when all other options failed.
    Okay. Will try as soon as the E1705 gets its fair share of 1903. Up to 86% right now with updating.
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       #169

    Wait a minute! Are you updating now? If so, leave things alone and just wait. If you find you can't, then ok, try wired.
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