Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Slow Build 16299 for PC Insider

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  1. Posts : 114
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       #60

    Everything went smooth, tough this was slightly slower than usual.
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  2. Posts : 5,834
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       #61

    AndreTen said:
    I usually play some music while updates are configured. Not letting PC goes to sleep and helps with smooth upgrade
    magilla said:
    Now that’s a good idea, @Anderten. I have had my laptop go to sleep during download so I’ll remember this for sure!
    That is indeed a great idea. Thanks, Andre. :)

    MariusPetran said:
    I recently decided to join a bit again on Windows Insider Program with my currrent and single PC,so im upgrading from 15063 to 16299,im curious how things will work,apparently is already downloaded in just 10 minutes.
    Right now is preparing installation.
    Welcome back, Marius. :)

    AndreTen said:
    If you're using Windows defender, disable it while making ISO (don't forget to enable it after). You'll save half the time needed for ISO (or even more)
    Another great idea, especially with my old Acer.

    cereberus said:
    That is interesting - worth a try but recommend you turn of internet access as well. It will of course reactivate automatically in due course, or if you reboot pc.
    And yet another great idea. Thanks. I'm making the ISO and it's starting to cook.
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       #62

    cereberus said:
    This is annoying - checked for updates and none found. So I checked if I was on Fast Ring and I was on Slow Ring despite I upgraded from16291 to 16296 and did not a clean install - it should not have changed me back to Slow Ring!
    You haven't been slagging off Dona, perchance?
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  4. magilla's Avatar
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       #63

    lmod said:
    On booting my system this morning, I checked for updates, there was a message saying that the download of Build 16299 had failed. There was also an NVidia update listed. I let that install but wasn't favourably impressed with the black areas on many of the windows afterwards. Those black areas cleared after mousing to each of them in turn and left clicking.
    The driver for my video card was changed to version 23.21.13.8778 (this driver is not yet shown on the NVidia site.)
    I rebooted, after deleting all the files in \SoftwareDistribution\Download and checked for updates again. Build 16299 downloaded normally.
    The update progressed normally to "Working on updates 98%" then a dialog box/window titled "Install Windows" with this message appeared.
    "Windows could not complete the installation. To install Windows on this computer, restart the installation."
    That box was over the message "Don't turn off ... " The throbber was still circling, there was some drive activity, but no response to mouse or keyboard.
    This is the second time this has happened with a build update, Build 16293 had a very similar process. 16296 installed without any hiccups at all.
    Turned the machine off after about 10 minutes. After power on, and a very long boot up time, video appeared on my primary monitor, with "Working on updates 100%." It then went to the log-on and now it is running Build 16299.0. I have 3 monitors, one was disabled, but I have enabled it without any problem.
    Reported to Feedback Hub.
    strange. But it is working without any problems now? No internet or power hiccups during downloading?
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       #64

    Done with ISO made.
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    W10 Pro x64. W10 Pro x64 Fast Insider Preview
       #65

    magilla said:
    strange. But it is working without any problems now? No internet or power hiccups during downloading?
    Yeah, the failed download could be due to a flakey modem. It occasionally loses access, usually just a few minutes, and then connects again. A reset of the modem is sometimes needed. ISP won't replace, as when they check it is working.
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       #66

    CyberMichael said:
    ITunes store not working for me...
    OK thanks. Just as I thought. Since it's going to be on MS store wonder if it's on purpose.
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       #67

    linw said:
    You haven't been slagging off Dona, perchance?
    LOL - I try not to slag her off personally but I do criticise the Insider Leadership as a business entity, and I do question her leadership even though I am sure she is personally a very nice lady.
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  9. Posts : 5,834
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       #68

    Inch worm, inch worm, moving an inch....

    LOL. ISO completed successfully > Restart. This thing is rebooting so many times it reminds me of a downtown neon light. I think this is the last one. Working on updates 50%...
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  10. cereberus's Avatar
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       #69

    lmod said:
    Yeah, the failed download could be due to a flakey modem. It occasionally loses access, usually just a few minutes, and then connects again. A reset of the modem is sometimes needed. ISP won't replace, as when they check it is working.
    This is one of the beauties of fierce broadband competition in UK (we can get any provider anywhere in UK as they all use the same infrastructure).

    If an ISP will not replace router, you just threaten to go to another supplier and a new router is on its way in nanoseconds.

    Problem with US (and I assume Oz is the same) is the country is so large you do not have a single infrastructure, so you are more at the mercy of the ISPs.
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