Windows 10: How to get the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

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       31 Oct 2017 #471

    That also is easily done.
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    Windows 10 Pro
       31 Oct 2017 #472

    Barman58 said: View Post
    I wanted to go from Windows 10 Enterprise 1703 to Windows Pro 1709 so a fresh install with a thumbdrive was the best way to go, as I needed to revise partitioning at the time of the install If you have an ISO and want to just upgrade then mount the ISO and and run setup from within the current windows build
    This tutorial will show how to clean install with partitioning options without any external install media like USB flash drive or DVD: Clean Install Windows 10 without DVD or USB Flash Drive Installation Upgrade Tutorials
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       31 Oct 2017 #473

    dmholt57 said: View Post
    I want to say this once here, there is no need to use a thumbdrive to install an .iso, instead use an .iso handler such as Winrar and save some time and grief. Only if you are changing from 32 to 64 do you need to boot to a drive.
    There are several ways to use an ISO, none of which are arbitrary; to each his/her own. I use Rufus and have used it from the beginning of the Windows 10 Insider Program. But I'm not going to say there's no need . . . choices, dontchaknow.
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  4.    31 Oct 2017 #474

    dmholt57 said: View Post
    I want to say this once here, there is no need to use a thumbdrive to install an .iso, instead use an .iso handler such as Winrar and save some time and grief. Only if you are changing from 32 to 64 do you need to boot to a drive.
    Good, point. That will be OK if all you ever do is upgrade from one build to another. No need for WinRAR though, just mount the ISO and run setup.exe. All to often unfortunately, upgrades cause issues. Issues that can be avoided with a clean install. Also, repairing your current install can get tricky if you can't access that ISO because your PC won't boot to Windows. There are many instances where having your install media on a thumb drive comes in handy.
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       31 Oct 2017 #475

    You know how long Winrar has been around right?
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       31 Oct 2017 #476

    dmholt57 said: View Post
    You know how long Winrar has been around right?
    Hmmm.....I'm guessin'.....24 year???
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       31 Oct 2017 #477

    Yep, way before you could mount an .iso...lol
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    Windows 10 Pro X64 16299.192
       31 Oct 2017 #478

    I have the 64 bit version on a 8GB flash drive and it occupies 3.5GB so it should fit on a 4GB drive. I don't have any 4GB drives any more or I'd try it.
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    Windows 10 64 bit, 1709
       31 Oct 2017 #479

    So I had delayed the schedule for the installing of the 1709 upgrade to Tue 31 but when that day came it did not prompt me that it would be installing and ever since I've been stuck with the Downloading stuck at 0% issue for any new updates and the Feature update to Windows 10, version 10 still says Requires a restart to finish installing. Guess I'll need to find a fix for that.

    On a side note I also heard that the Fall Creators Update has been reported to have driver issues, particularly with Asus motherboards and some other brand. Does anyone know anything about that?
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  10.    01 Nov 2017 #480

    Kol12 said: View Post
    So I had delayed the schedule for the installing of the 1709 upgrade to Tue 31 but when that day came it did not prompt me that it would be installing and ever since I've been stuck with the Downloading stuck at 0% issue for any new updates and the Feature update to Windows 10, version 10 still says Requires a restart to finish installing. Guess I'll need to find a fix for that.

    On a side note I also heard that the Fall Creators Update has been reported to have driver issues, particularly with Asus motherboards and some other brand. Does anyone know anything about that?
    Re.side note - you need to be more specific. I heard ..... usually amounts to some random person on forum suggesting issue is the end of the world for all users becuase they had an issue. Also some other brand could mean anything.

    Re. Main issue, make image backup so you can revert if you get issues, download fcu iso using media creation tool, mount as a drive and run setup.exe.
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