How to get the Windows 10 May 2020 Update version 2004

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  1. kado897's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home 64bit v1909 and insider builds
       #180

    Bree said:
    My biggest surprise was that, out of all my laptops, only two of the oldest got offered the Feature Update in windows update. Clicked on 'download and install now' and (many hours later) were running 2004. One was System One in my specs below, nine years old now. The other was a modest little Acer AOD270 netbook, 8 years old, Intel Atom N2600 and just 2GB RAM (running x86 of course).

    I thought MS rollouts usually start with the newer, better tested machines and worked their way back to the vintage machines.
    Who knows what MS thinks. This lappy was one of the first with W7. I clean installed W10 1903 and gave it a new life. I was offered 2004 through WU but chose to go the ISO route which I thought would give the best chance of success.
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  2. WEKJR's Avatar
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    Win7 SP1 Ultimate and Win10 20161.1000 64bit Pro
       #181

    I used Microsoft's Windows10Upgrade9252 to download and install Windows 10 Version 2004 OS Build 19041.264. and it took over an hour. So far all is fine.


    WEK

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  3. sewing1243's Avatar
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    Windows 10/64
       #182

    As of Noon EDST 5/28/2020 only one of four PCs (a Dell Inspiron mini desktop) has had the update appear in "Update and Security" on my Windows 10 (ver1909) PCs.
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  4. CountMike's Avatar
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    W10 Insider + Linux
       #183

    Compumind said:
    Like an IBM AT?

    Lol, not that far, maybe ATX or Ps/2 ? But seriously folks, just fired my spare machine with AMD FX 6350 that I didn't use for very long time, windows were version 17 something and got message that update is available while my essentially last December upgraded system with containing newest CPU did not. Not only they are in same location but same room connected to same router. I don't think that they have any strategy for this staggered turnout.
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  5. DJG's Avatar
    DJG
    Posts : 213
    Windows 10 Pro x64 2004
       #184

    After a couple of restarts my Asus X99 Strix Gaming's firmware boot drive options have changed radically, as not having any!

    I have Secure Boot set to UEFI only. My previous options of the DVD drive, SSD drive and Windows Manager no longer show. It does behave properly now, booting to Windows in UEFI mode or from the DVD drive if it finds a bootable disc, but the firmware boot options by drive are gone and cannot be set. I also had to use my Paragon HD Manager's clear UEFI cache option to get it to boot to Windows.

    Anybody else seen anything like this? I loaded 2004 from the Media Creation tool ISO as an update preserving all my stuff.
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  6. Posts : 555
    Windows 10 PRO 64Bit
       #185

    DJG said:
    After a couple of restarts my Asus X99 Strix Gaming's firmware boot drive options have changed radically, as not having any!

    I have Secure Boot set to UEFI only. My previous options of the DVD drive, SSD drive and Windows Manager no longer show. It does behave properly now, booting to Windows in UEFI mode or from the DVD drive if it finds a bootable disc, but the firmware boot options by drive are gone and cannot be set. I also had to use my Paragon HD Manager's clear UEFI cache option to get it to boot to Windows.

    Anybody else seen anything like this? I loaded 2004 from the Media Creation tool ISO as an update preserving all my stuff.
    I did the exact same thing and got the same results. None of my drives now show up in my bios but the Windows Boot Manager finds everything. I tried to recover to 1909 but that did not change this. I have gone to 2004 and will be happy until I replace my old motherboard.
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  7. Posts : 143
    Win 10
       #186

    alkaufmann said:
    I did the exact same thing and got the same results. None of my drives now show up in my bios but the Windows Boot Manager finds everything. I tried to recover to 1909 but that did not change this. I have gone to 2004 and will be happy until I replace my old motherboard.
    That sounds real bad to me, OS should not mess with bios, I wonder what would happen if you flashed it back with Asus flashback option, overwriting whole bios or just try reflash.

    Edit: thinking about this maybe it's just that 2004 changed how boot manager works and bios can't recognize it now.
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  8. Posts : 32
    Windows 10 Pro/Home, Debian testing
       #187

    Only 2 of my 5 Win10 systems see the updates from Windows Update.

    I have to go to https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/windows10 and use the Update Assistant to update the other 3.
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  9. sygnus21's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro (x64) 1909 18363.836
       #188

    EdKiefer said:
    That sounds real bad to me, OS should not mess with bios,....
    And I'm extremely (as in 100 percent) sure that didn't happen.
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  10. DJG's Avatar
    DJG
    Posts : 213
    Windows 10 Pro x64 2004
       #189

    sygnus21 said:
    And I'm extremely (as in 100 percent) sure that didn't happen.
    Maybe it could change what the BIOS can see in the Windows partition ...
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