Windows 10: First Major Update for Windows 10 Available
Download links for Windows 10 10586.3
Presumably if they haven't changed the download builds since last night Here they are☻
Download links for Windows 10 10586.3 should be able to score home or pro there
Thank you, Sir. Much appreciated.
blutos cousin said:
Sorry. Was on local TV news but no link. Disregard that but I got a friends PC here & update not showing also. We just wait not a big deal. The MCT says SAFE_BOOT error. Just gave up!
Welcome I think it's 3.7GB now ( today anyway ) but home and pro may be different this is W10 pro 1511 presumably 10586.3 that aligns with the version # ☻☺
Could be the local news folks were confused a lot of them are ignorant proof of that is living in the White House not to mention I've met a few of them that could just manage to read a teleprompter or ask scripted questions
RU doing an Windows 7 or 8.1 licence upgrade with a legacy bios or Windows 8.1 or 10 licence upgrade with UFEI boot ?
W/ UFEI boot PC you probably need to turn [off ] UFEI Secure Boot then run the MCT .
FWIW Windows 10 restarts 3 or 4 times during the set up .
How to Disable UEFI Secure Boot in Windows 8.1 and 10
Last edited by blutos cousin; 17 Nov 2015 at 21:14.
Using the MCT Tool
Ok I tried this again for the last time ...
I Used the MCT & all went ok till the part when it rebooted then this blue screen comes & then goes back to previous build then this message. I am installing from Windows 10.0.10240. I also made a DVD from the tool & same error.
I see in the C directory it created
I deleted these also & re-downloaded it & same thing.
How can this be fixed?
What about the UFEI question above.. it looks to be pointing to secure boot or something like that. did you turn off any 3rd party Antivirus or malware protection that might be causing a problem ? Is this a windows 10 license upgrade or Windows Insider build ? Maybe a hidden partition somewhere on the volume you are working on ? Was this the last re start before it tried to load Windows 10 or one of the others ?
Maybe format the hdd and load an ISO if you are on a legacy bios ?
or maybe this http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w...685686a?page=1
I am using the Windows Defender & yes i turn it off. Yes I upgraded from Windows 7 Ultimate in August & that went ok.
As far as partitions there is 2 one says System Reserved 100mb created by Windows 7 DVD & other unnamed 456mb created by Windows 10. Here is a pic from computer management on the drive
blutos cousin said:
Last edited by DrSysop; 17 Nov 2015 at 22:40.
OK Windows 7 presumes you have a legacy BIOS and bootloader if so maybe format the hdd outside of Windows with a bootable drive utility like WD lifeguard or Sea tools or Ubuntu live dvd and delete the 100MB Win 7 partition and start with an ISO it will re partition your hdd and if You have a digital entitlement to Windows 10 you should be fine .
Ofc you know you will loose all your files , folders and apps on a clean install
maybe read this first : http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w...685686a?page=1
Were you doing an update install or clean install ?
I upgraded from windows 7 as stated before. Windows 10 installed fine from 7 just this new update if it any good giving me issues. Only changed i did to pc was changed the ram had 4gb now added 8 gb & upgraded a 500gb to a 1tb using the WD drive clone software on there site. But that wouldn't cause this. Is there any free software to delete the 100mnb partition? If that will work if not i guess reformat.
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