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  1.    13 Nov 2015 #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by zdzdz View Post
    I have Windows 10 Enterprise 10240. But as I read I won't get an update.
    In that case, can I upgrade to TH2 (10586) if I make an Usb bootable drive and upgrade Windows from there?
    I don't want a clean install. Just an upgrade.
    Hello zdzdz,

    Sure, you could use the Media Creation Tool (MCT) to upgrade to the new TH2 build.

    https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/2...tallation.html
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  2.    13 Nov 2015 #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by lopedoggie View Post
    The new build is 1511... You have the wrong OS.
    It's a typo, dude.
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  3.    13 Nov 2015 #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brink View Post
    Hello David,

    It doesn't.

    This is an issue on your end instead.

    If you like, see if troubleshooting with a clean boot using the same method in the tutorial below may reveal a culprit. If not, then please go ahead and create a new thread for your issue to see what we can do to help.

    Troubleshoot Problem with Clean Boot in Windows 8
    Uh-huh...I figured I'd receive an answer like that...Let's put it this way - the problem is on "my side" due to the fact that I own a computer that runs Windows.

    Kinda like the tens of millions of people around the world, ya know...

    Now, the thing is, I need an OS to run on my computer other than Linux and OSX. That leaves us with Windows. So, MS force-feeds us garbage that is basically user-unfriendly, prone to bugs and basically unfinished. If the problem is on "my side" what about the god-forsaken numbers of users around the world who do not have a state of the art, recent machine like mine? What are they going to do? Become MS experts over a period of months or years just to use their email?

    What about single parents, or retired couples, or the basic computer-illiterate masses? Are they going to throw their machines out the window because the problems with W10 are on their side?

    Your response sounds like a typical MS response, avoiding the issue and taking no responsibility. Not blaming you personally, pretty sure you are not responsible for the W10 debacle.

    MS has lost all credibility and are infuriating users around the world.

    I have 2 choices : roll-back to W7 or get that 1Mac 27 retina I've been lusting over.

    Spent nearly 8 hours working non-stop on this today, just after the prodigious 10586 Nov update. It's a tragedy, no other way to describe it.

    Thanks anyway.
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  4.    13 Nov 2015 #24
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    WIndows 10

    Quote Originally Posted by Brink View Post
    Hello zdzdz,

    Sure, you could use the Media Creation Tool (MCT) to upgrade to the new TH2 build.

    https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/2...tallation.html
    I tried upgrading with Media Creation Tool but I get error: "The language or edition of the version of windows currently installed on your pc isn't supported by this tool."
    Apparently Media Creation Tool doesn't support upgrade of Enterprise edition.
    So my question was if it will be possible to flash a Windows 10586 to a usb flash stick (with rufus for example) and then do the upgrade by starting setup.exe on the stick?
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  5.    13 Nov 2015 #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by zdzdz View Post
    I tried upgrading with Media Creation Tool but I get error: "The language or edition of the version of windows currently installed on your pc isn't supported by this tool."
    Apparently Media Creation Tool doesn't support upgrade of Enterprise edition.
    So my question was if it will be possible to flash a Windows 10586 to a usb flash stick (with rufus for example) and then do the upgrade by starting setup.exe on the stick?
    Yep, MCT will not work with Enterprise.

    Instead, you could download a Windows 10 Enterprise ISO below, then upgrade using the ISO.

    Windows 10 Enterprise | TechNet Evaluation Center
    Last edited by Brink; 13 Nov 2015 at 16:45.
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  6.    13 Nov 2015 #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davidparis View Post
    Uh-huh...I figured I'd receive an answer like that...Let's put it this way - the problem is on "my side" due to the fact that I own a computer that runs Windows.

    Kinda like the tens of millions of people around the world, ya know...

    Now, the thing is, I need an OS to run on my computer other than Linux and OSX. That leaves us with Windows. So, MS force-feeds us garbage that is basically user-unfriendly, prone to bugs and basically unfinished. If the problem is on "my side" what about the god-forsaken numbers of users around the world who do not have a state of the art, recent machine like mine? What are they going to do? Become MS experts over a period of months or years just to use their email?

    What about single parents, or retired couples, or the basic computer-illiterate masses? Are they going to throw their machines out the window because the problems with W10 are on their side?

    Your response sounds like a typical MS response, avoiding the issue and taking no responsibility. Not blaming you personally, pretty sure you are not responsible for the W10 debacle.

    MS has lost all credibility and are infuriating users around the world.

    I have 2 choices : roll-back to W7 or get that 1Mac 27 retina I've been lusting over.

    Spent nearly 8 hours working non-stop on this today, just after the prodigious 10586 Nov update. It's a tragedy, no other way to describe it.

    Thanks anyway.
    Well, other than the rant, you didn't provide any details about your system specs and issue other than having a long boot time. That is why I recommended what I did for a starting point. If you would like to continue, then please create a new thread with as many details as you are able to provide.

    If you don't wish to go through troubleshooting (wouldn't blame you), then perhaps a clean install would give you the best results if you currently have an upgrade installation.

    https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/1...n-install.html
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  7.    13 Nov 2015 #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by zdzdz View Post
    I tried upgrading with Media Creation Tool but I get error: "The language or edition of the version of windows currently installed on your pc isn't supported by this tool."
    Apparently Media Creation Tool doesn't support upgrade of Enterprise edition.
    So my question was if it will be possible to flash a Windows 10586 to a usb flash stick (with rufus for example) and then do the upgrade by starting setup.exe on the stick?
    Yes you can. I just made a bootable USB drive with the win10_10586 iso file and executed the setup.exe and all went well. I now have a USB stick with the latest build(10586) on it just in case I need to do a clean install also.
    Good luck
    cheers
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  8.    13 Nov 2015 #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by Almighty1 View Post
    What version was your Norton Security? It could be a good thing because Norton cannot even be disabled by the user and Symantec still has not figured out how to fix it yet.
    Latest is Norton Security version 22.5.4.24 I believe it is also Norton Security 2016 and the win10 update to 10586.3 version had no effect whatsoever.
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  9.    13 Nov 2015 #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brink View Post
    Well, other than the rant, you didn't provide any details about your system specs and issue other than having a long boot time. That is why I recommended what I did for a starting point. If you would like to continue, then please create a new thread with as many details as you are able to provide.

    If you don't wish to go through troubleshooting (wouldn't blame you), then perhaps a clean install would give you the best results if you currently have an upgrade installation.

    https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/1...n-install.html
    Two thumps up for this post - as I have seen all 10 rants - but no other action on his end..
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  10.    13 Nov 2015 #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyhi View Post
    Two thumps up for this post - as I have seen all 10 rants - but no other action on his end..
    You're quite helpful Sherlock. So you work for MS as well?
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