Windows 10: upgrade to latest build

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  1.    31 Aug 2015 #151

    An hour, a day, a week, what? I hate Microsft for these stupid sentances like "some time".
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       31 Aug 2015 #152

    kosta said: View Post
    An hour, a day, a week, what? I hate Microsft for these stupid sentances like "some time".
    I've read 24 to 48 hours.
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  3.    01 Sep 2015 #153

    I'm sorry for that interruption. I thought my personal situation was not interested for the rest. Plus the list of issues was getting bigger every day. It took 6 hours (by email) to find out the main source of my desktop instability. Mike was extremely helpful doing so and he's a real Racer X. I would title this: A Racer X Story: 6 hours non-stop of emails. Here's a brief sequence of long journey that end nicely.
    1) We disable the graphic for gaming AMD Radeon shown in post # 144. I don't need it: Not gaming.
    2) We try to roll back driver for my main graphic card: Intel 4600. We also try to install Win 8.1 Driver. We failed on both attempt. The problem was not really there.
    3) Was infected by a virus
    4) ESET didn't detect it.
    5) AVG Tune-up was the largest contributor of my multiple unstable desktop environment issues. Thanks for that one ounce again Mike.
    6) Uninstall AVG Tune-up and ESET. Install AVG Pro. AVG reported one virus that I delete in the vault of AVG.
    Last edited by OliverPedro; 02 Sep 2015 at 09:37.
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  4.    01 Sep 2015 #154

    Now I feel better, the computer runs better. Now I see the title was not the best. I tought that by upgrading to last build it would solved my mutiple issues. So, that thread served its purpose. Thank's to Mike and all of you. God bless!
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  5.    01 Sep 2015 #155

    kosta said: View Post
    An hour, a day, a week, what? I hate Microsft for these stupid sentances like "some time".
    Took my rtm 4 days to do it. Friday I changed to get insider builds and set it on the fastring. Started manual updating once an hour for a couple of days. Final gave that up and went to couple times a day. Right now it has gone to the black page with the big circle with % sign. This is a test to see if I can go back to rtm from insider build and activate. Then go back to windows 7 by doing clean install. Activate and then clean install 10 with activation.
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       01 Sep 2015 #156

    Charlie said: View Post
    Took my rtm 4 days to do it. Friday I changed to get insider builds and set it on the fastring. Started manual updating once an hour for a couple of days. Final gave that up and went to couple times a day. Right now it has gone to the black page with the big circle with % sign. This is a test to see if I can go back to rtm from insider build and activate. Then go back to windows 7 by doing clean install. Activate and then clean install 10 with activation.
    I hope it works out, Charlie. I read somewhere that you can't roll back after 30 days. Hope it's not true.
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       01 Sep 2015 #157

    Wynona said: View Post
    I hope it works out, Charlie. I read somewhere that you can't roll back after 30 days. Hope it's not true.
    It may be true. I installed Win10 over Win7 w/SP1 on July 30 and just saw the Windows.old Folder is now missing from my HDD.
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    W10Prox64
       01 Sep 2015 #158

    Wynona said: View Post
    I hope it works out, Charlie. I read somewhere that you can't roll back after 30 days. Hope it's not true.
    Berton said: View Post
    It may be true. I installed Win10 over Win7 w/SP1 on July 30 and just saw the Windows.old Folder is now missing from my HDD.
    You are correct. The "rollback" is not available after 30 days.
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  9.    01 Sep 2015 #159

    Not part of my test to wait for 30 days. So we don't be worry about that part of the roll back. I want to see if it will go back and forth activating the 10 rtm then clean install 7 activate it and back to 10. Never having to type in a key. I told someone it would do that and need to know if I was right.
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       01 Sep 2015 #160

    Charlie said: View Post
    Not part of my test to wait for 30 days. So we don't be worry about that part of the roll back. I want to see if it will go back and forth activating the 10 rtm then clean install 7 activate it and back to 10. Never having to type in a key. I told someone it would do that and need to know if I was right.
    Oh. After I posted that, I thought that might be the case. Good luck.
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