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    Microsoft Windows 11 Home (x64) Build Version 22000.65
       #60

    IronZorg89 said:
    The answer is "No" you won't loose your installed apps and data files. Same thing goes for a Repair Install (In-place upgrade).
    Okay. I will start rolling back. It should only take a couple of hours or ten. I hope when I do rollback my start menu will work again.

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    Thanks Edwin! I just started rolling back.
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  2. Posts : 2,557
    Windows 10 pro x64-bit
       #61

    Noah W said:
    Okay. I will start rolling back. It should only take a couple of hours or ten. I hope when I do rollback my start menu will work again.

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    Thanks Edwin! I just started rolling back.
    According to @Edwin's post, you are better off with a Repair Install. With the latter, no lost of installed apps and/or data files for sure.
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    Microsoft Windows 11 Home (x64) Build Version 22000.65
       #62

    IronZorg89 said:
    According to @Edwin's post, you are better off with a Repair Install. With the latter, no lost of installed apps and/or data files for sure.
    (Iím typing on mobile now so please excuse my typing)
    I would have done a repair install if Microsoft would have posted the official ISO on their website but I couldnít find it. So I just rolled back instead.
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  4. Posts : 2,557
    Windows 10 pro x64-bit
       #63

    Noah W said:
    (Iím typing on mobile now so please excuse my typing)
    I would have done a repair install if Microsoft would have posted the official ISO on their website but I couldnít find it. So I just rolled back instead.
    You could go for the UUPDump's version and get it from the conversion to .ISO. Mount it after that to find the executable. The URL has been changed to: uupdump.net recently

    For reference:
    UUP dump
    You are being redirected...
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  5. Posts : 2,491
    Windows Insider Fast Ring LatestKUuuntu 20.10
       #64

    Lots of programs to update in the physical instance. Now at install n the physical instance and about to install in the VM. Proceeding smoothly
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  6. Posts : 281
    Microsoft Windows 11 Home (x64) Build Version 22000.65
       #65

    I just finished rolling back to the previous build. My start menu and search works now but windows update gives me the error 0x80242016 when I try to update to the latest build. Should I just use UUPdump? Would it get me to the latest build without problems?
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    Windows Insider Fast Ring LatestKUuuntu 20.10
       #66

    kado897 said:
    Not necessarily. Dev Channel chops and changes.

    With minor changes I should think this is the guts of 21H2.
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    Windows Insider Fast Ring LatestKUuuntu 20.10
       #67

    Just installed the physical instance of this build with no problems. I thought I would need to uninstall Start10, which I like, but I see I can access the restart app function from settings.

    Windows 10 Insider Preview Dev Build 21359.1 (co_release) - April 14-capture.png

    I do need to reboot a second time because I am (purposely) using VMware WS 15.5 with the VMware Server function and my Windows 10 VM is a shared VM. I have always had to reboot to activate the WS Server - no big deal. Had to do it on Linux as well.
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  9. Posts : 35
    Windows 10
       #68

    dencal said:
    Image retention it appears is not the problem it was, at least not according to my LG OLED CX 55 purchased this year.
    Inbuilt under OLED Screen Saver are....Pixel Refresher, Screen Shift, and Logo Luminance Adjustment.
    Yes I have had this TV for around a year and I do run all of the built in features to mitigate image retention but I still prefer to not have anything on the desktop.
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  10. Posts : 2,557
    Windows 10 pro x64-bit
       #69

    Noah W said:
    I just finished rolling back to the previous build. My start menu and search works now but windows update gives me the error 0x80242016 when I try to update to the latest build. Should I just use UUPdump? Would it get me to the latest build without problems?
    You could give it a try. After mounting the .ISO and click on "setup.exe" watch for the prompt inviting you to keep your apps and data files. They are normally already ticked. Most importantly, don't forget to make a system image backup before assuming that MR is working now.
    Cheers!
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