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  1.    25 Oct 2014 #231
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    Started it about 3pm yesterday afternoon (pc did go into sleep mode last night while downloading so that didn't help

    continued the download at 11am this morning, just got up and running now 2:15pm
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  2.    25 Oct 2014 #232
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    Quote Originally Posted by BunnyJ View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck38 View Post
    And here I thought mine was slow!

    From what I've heard 2 hrs is about the average download time.

    2 Hours!! WOW.. mine took about 10 minutes to download and a total of about 30-40 minutes to perform the entire process.

    Jeff
    On three computers
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  3.    25 Oct 2014 #233
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by BunnyJ View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck38 View Post
    And here I thought mine was slow!

    From what I've heard 2 hrs is about the average download time.

    2 Hours!! WOW.. mine took about 10 minutes to download and a total of about 30-40 minutes to perform the entire process.

    Jeff
    On three computers
    WOW!! Now that hurts!
    I feel for you.
    Jeff
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  4.    25 Oct 2014 #234
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulsalter View Post
    Started it about 3pm yesterday afternoon (pc did go into sleep mode last night while downloading so that didn't help

    continued the download at 11am this morning, just got up and running now 2:15pm
    While everyone else is lapping it up on their great internet speed, they've seemed to have over looked your issue.

    Anyway can you give us an idea what your internet speed is? Is this cable, DSL, or Dial-Up?

    I'm thinking 12 hours is an awfully long time for say 4gig on all but dial-up? And I'm not even sure dial-up should take that long, but...

    And unless it's dial-up I'm thinking you may have to restart the download process again. You may have gotten stuck somewhere.

    Let us know.
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  5.    25 Oct 2014 #235
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    Paul - that's terrible!

    I'm not sure there was much you could do though. When I first tried to get the Preview Rls, I gave up because it was too slow. Then John posted an alternative download.

    Unfortunately, the 9860 update was through the Preview pgm and there wasn't an option to use another server/download location.

    Maybe feedback is required! My experience with 9860 was similar ... I started it - couldn't tell if it was trying to connect or if it was actually downloading, so I stopped it after about 1/2 and hour. I thought I read that it could be restarted, but I'm not certain. I tried again and killed it after about 10 minutes. Third time is the charm - I just let it do what it wanted and 2 hours later, I got the Install button. That took about an hour, but I knew it was going to take a while - someone (bunnyj?) mentioned 20 minutes for the install (I'm really jealous!).

    Speed tests can be misleading ... the server you test against and the server you actually connect to are probably different.

    For comparison:

    OOKLA Speed Test:
    Baltimore MD
    Comcast Speed Test:
    New Castle DE
    Comcast Speed Test:
    Washington DC

    And man ... look how far away those Comcast Servers are

    Bill
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  6.    25 Oct 2014 #236
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulsalter View Post
    .....
    continued the download at 11am this morning, just got up and running now 2:15pm
    Quote Originally Posted by sygnus21 View Post
    .....
    And unless it's dial-up I'm thinking you may have to restart the download process again. You may have gotten stuck somewhere.
    I think Paul finaly got it downloaded.
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  7.    25 Oct 2014 #237
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    Thanks for the replies, This is definitely not normal, I am on slow BB (DSL)usually about 1.5Mb/s (if I have the correct terminology there)

    Normal downloading I can usually get 1GB in about an hour (using Win 8), just done a test in Win 8 and I downloaded 200 MB in 10 mins, so I know my connection is no worse than usual

    My only thoughts where

    Do MS only have update servers in the US for the TP, so it makes it much worse for me over here
    Could the VM cause this if I have something wrong, although in general in works as well as 8 internet speed

    It did download eventually, but not looking forward to this every few weeks (can put up with it as I want to see 10 evolve)

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  8.    25 Oct 2014 #238
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulsalter View Post
    Normal downloading I can usually get 1GB in about an hour (using Win 8), just done a test in Win 8 and I downloaded 200 MB in 10 mins, so I know my connection is no worse than usual
    Yeah, that file should have downloaded a lot quicker than 12 hours. Check the file and make sure it's complete and intact.

    Quote Originally Posted by paulsalter View Post
    Could the VM cause this if I have something wrong, although in general in works as well as 8 internet speed
    Wait... you downloaded it through a VM? I'm not expert in VM, but that may have been part of the issue.

    Anyway being that it took so long check that the file is complete and intact.

    BTW where did you download the file from? - Could be a factor.
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  9.    25 Oct 2014 #239
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    Quote Originally Posted by sygnus21 View Post

    Yeah, that file should have downloaded a lot quicker than 12 hours. Check the file and make sure it's complete and intact.

    Quote Originally Posted by paulsalter View Post
    Could the VM cause this if I have something wrong, although in general in works as well as 8 internet speed
    Wait... you downloaded it through a VM? I'm not expert in VM, but that may have been part of the issue.

    Anyway being that it took so long check that the file is complete and intact.

    BTW where did you download the file from? - Could be a factor.
    Thanks

    I have Win 10 running in VMWare Player (main machine is Win 8.1)
    Was wondering whether the VM is somehow throttling the download, although I would have thought this would effect more people
    The download was done from the PC settings app, check for new builds option
    I assume it completed ok as I have now got the latest build of 10 running fine, no problems with it

    When I downloaded the initial version of 10 from the improvement program it took about 5 to 6 hours, that was a 4GB file (that's the type of speed I would expect), I downloaded this using IE in Windows 8.1

    will try doing some more downloads from 10 tomorrow see if I can find out what is going slow

    I am new to using VM's so not sure if the host can have control over the bandwidth it uses
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  10.    25 Oct 2014 #240
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    I don't get the sort of speeds people show from over the pond but I'm not sure how long it took to download the new build but it certainly was quicker than 12 hours.

    Like you Paul I did it through VMware by clicking on the link in the PC Settings section, also this is the first time I've used a VM. I don't think you can count the VM in Windows 7, I never managed to get that to work for what I wanted it for.

    I will say it's much better since installing the Power Tools in VMware as I now have the window showing full screen whereas before I could only run it in a small window in the middle of my monitor with black panels either side.
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