How to get the Windows 10 May 2019 Update version 1903

  1. RingTailCoon's Avatar
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    IronZorg89 said: View Post
    I honestly cannot answer that, since I rolled back to 1809 the next day after installing 1903 because of many bugs to be fixed. I am going to wait at least two CUs post-1903 before having another go at it.
    Anyone ELSE? (If so, you can fix it with msconfig)
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  2.    #531

    IronZorg89 said: View Post
    You meant 1903. 1908 will never be out (tongue in cheek)!
    My BOOT menu even improved with this build, I have this build, Skippy on another disk as well as Macrium Reflect and Safe mode with networking. All set using EasyBCD.
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    magilla said: View Post
    Thanks for the feedback @cereberus I'll try it on one computer first.
    Given all the things that could go wrong, I'll stick to manual deletes for now. Don't want to find out there was a "bug" and some stuff that shouldn't have got deleted did

    And I'm all about backups, still...
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    CountMike said: View Post
    My BOOT menu even improved with this build, I have this build, Skippy on another disk as well as Macrium Reflect and Safe mode with networking. All set using EasyBCD.
    I didn't have any boot menu problem while installing 1903. Everything went OK for the install. The issues started to pop up when using the machine, things like Disk Cleanup taking more than 3-5 mins to launch, Edge wouldn't launch no matter what even after trying Repair & Reset, WindowBlinds a little third-party app I love a lot wouldn't work as usual etc... etc...

    Something probably happened during the install (I don't know what), but the weird thing is that, as I have mentioned before in a previous post, my older second machine is on Fast/Skippy and working like a charm. Why is that? Your guess is as good as mine.
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  5.    #534

    IronZorg89 said: View Post
    I didn't have any boot menu problem while installing 1903. Everything went OK for the install. The issues started to pop up when using the machine, things like Disk Cleanup taking more than 3-5 mins to launch, Edge wouldn't launch no matter what even after trying Repair & Reset, WindowBlinds a little third-party app I love a lot wouldn't work as usual etc... etc...

    Something probably happened during the install (I don't know what), but the weird thing is that, as I have mentioned before in a previous post, my older second machine is on Fast/Skippy and working like a charm. Why is that? Your guess is as good as mine.
    Other than somewhat ~30% lower 2D graphics performance, I have no problems with Skippy either but on Skippy I always get new build the moment it's available and not offered on regular one, had to force it manually.
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    CountMike said: View Post
    Other than somewhat ~30% lower 2D graphics performance, I have no problems with Skippy either but on Skippy I always get new build the moment it's available and not offered on regular one, had to force it manually.
    Contrary to your approach (forcing manually), I always get it via Windows Update, but no performance issue. This is so mind-boggling that at some point I felt like putting both machines on Fast/Skippy, but this would be going beyond the pale. For now, I am running fine with my production machine on 1809 and older second machine on Fast/Skippy.

    If I am not mistaken there has already been a CU for 1903. After the next one, I should give 1903 another try on my main machine. I love it when things are working fine and that is the state of affairs on both machines right now.
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  7.    #536

    Caledon Ken said: View Post
    @Kol12 it has been documented, no external storage drives, inclucing boot media for inplace repair / upgrade. The tutorial has been updated to mention this. I had a several others have had this issue and one of the workarounds is mount ISO.

    Get the ISO on your storage drive, mount it and run setup.

    Clean install is a different beast.

    Can't comment on Soundblaster.
    Hi Ken. Is a clean install using a USB flash drive problematic or does that work OK? I generally use the Download ISO to PC using Media Creation Tool, prepare flash drive using Diskpart, Mount ISO and copy files over to the flash drive and clean install method.
    I read somewhere that SD cards cause issues in some cases as well. There is an SD card on my PC. Ive never used it so I don't know anything about them at all so I don't know what problems they cause..
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  8.    #537

    One last question before I opt for the OS reinstall...

    Does anyone know what is happening at the 75% mark during the second half of the upgrade? That is where mine fails every time and begins its rollback. I know these aren't arbitrary computer percentages, because the numbers advance exactly the same on every system I've installed it (and I've been successful with four out of five so far.)

    So I believe something is happening at the 75% point. I've looked through all the logs and can't figure it out. Thanks in advance.
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    sportsfan148 said: View Post
    Hi Ken. Is a clean install using a USB flash drive problematic or does that work OK? I generally use the Download ISO to PC using Media Creation Tool, prepare flash drive using Diskpart, Mount ISO and copy files over to the flash drive and clean install method.
    I read somewhere that SD cards cause issues in some cases as well. There is an SD card on my PC. Ive never used it so I don't know anything about them at all so I don't know what problems they cause..
    There is no issue on a clean install with usb drives.
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    sportsfan148 said: View Post
    Hi Ken. Is a clean install using a USB flash drive problematic or does that work OK? I generally use the Download ISO to PC using Media Creation Tool, prepare flash drive using Diskpart, Mount ISO and copy files over to the flash drive and clean install method.
    I read somewhere that SD cards cause issues in some cases as well. There is an SD card on my PC. Ive never used it so I don't know anything about them at all so I don't know what problems they cause..
    I had exactly the problem you mentioned. BUT I did not do clean install.
    I downloaded the iso file from MCT and burnt it to a usb drive.

    I inserted the flash drive > opened it > opened the Setup and proceeded to install. Install was unable to proceed and it said the problem was either I had a sd card installed which I did not, or I had an usb drive installed.
    OF COURSE I had an usb drive installed in the computer! It was used to install 1903...Ö. duh. How stupid was that !
    So, I copied the iso into my computer (without the usb drive) > right click at the iso > Mount > Setup > Open
    That worked.
    Now I have 18362.116.
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