can I stick with build 14393?

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  1. Posts : 17,246
    Windows 11 Pro
       #11

    shmu26 said:
    you use WD and that's it?
    sgage said:
    It's all I've ever used. Well, WD and a healthy dose of common sense. Well, WD, common sense, and regular backups
    Yep! On 11 computers in my house. And a couple computer users in my house don't have much common sense.
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  2. Posts : 355
    windows 10 pro x64 21H1
    Thread Starter
       #12

    sgage said:
    It's all I've ever used. Well, WD and a healthy dose of common sense. Well, WD, common sense, and regular backups
    redstone update still hanging.
    I uninstalled security softs, I declined updates, but at the end of the day, it gets to 99% and then hangs. I left it overnight just to make sure.
    A forced reboot results in inability to start up windows.
    I could restore once again with macrium reflect, but I would like to solve this problem.
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  3. Posts : 17,246
    Windows 11 Pro
       #13

    shmu26 said:
    redstone update still hanging.
    I uninstalled security softs, I declined updates, but at the end of the day, it gets to 99% and then hangs. I left it overnight just to make sure.
    A forced reboot results in inability to start up windows.
    I could restore once again with macrium reflect, but I would like to solve this problem.
    I wish I could help you more. My father-in-law's computer gets to the point where it is going to reboot for the first time to finish the update and then just pops a pop-up window that installation has failed.

    If you restore with Macrium reflect, maybe shrink the OS partition in the process by about 50 GB, and leave 50GB free on the disc, then clean install 14393 to the free space and see if a clean install completes?
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  4. Posts : 355
    windows 10 pro x64 21H1
    Thread Starter
       #14

    NavyLCDR said:
    I wish I could help you more. My father-in-law's computer gets to the point where it is going to reboot for the first time to finish the update and then just pops a pop-up window that installation has failed.

    If you restore with Macrium reflect, maybe shrink the OS partition in the process by about 50 GB, and leave 50GB free on the disc, then clean install 14393 to the free space and see if a clean install completes?
    thanks. I can try a clean install, that's probably the most sensible thing to do at this point.
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  5. Posts : 355
    windows 10 pro x64 21H1
    Thread Starter
       #15

    shmu26 said:
    thanks. I can try a clean install, that's probably the most sensible thing to do at this point.
    I must be using a corrupt installation file. Even when I selected to delete everything and install fresh, it hangs at 75%.
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  6. Posts : 13,536
    Windows10
       #16

    shmu26 said:
    I must be using a corrupt installation file. Even when I selected to delete everything and install fresh, it hangs at 75%.
    It does seem to hang there for a while. So be a bit patient. If more than 20 mins,try rebooting removing flash drive, and it might carry on (did for me).
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  7. Posts : 355
    windows 10 pro x64 21H1
    Thread Starter
       #17

    cereberus said:
    It does seem to hang there for a while. So be a bit patient. If more than 20 mins,try rebooting removing flash drive, and it might carry on (did for me).
    is there any reason not to mount the ISO and run the installer straight from windows?
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  8. Posts : 1,241
    Windows 10 Pro (Build 19043.1110)
       #18

    shmu26 said:
    is there any reason not to mount the ISO and run the installer straight from windows?
    No - I've done it several times successfully.
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  9. Posts : 355
    windows 10 pro x64 21H1
    Thread Starter
       #19

    shmu26 said:
    I must be using a corrupt installation file. Even when I selected to delete everything and install fresh, it hangs at 75%.
    I got a hold of a different ISO, and everything went quick and smooth. The old ISO had additional updates on it, namely, .net framework, and apparently that was the problem
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  10. Posts : 2,826
    Windows 10 Pro X64
       #20

    Hi,

    Just for information.
    I've downloaded both the Anniversary ISO and the Insider Preview one straight from MS and compared both.
    They are absolutely one and the same, the sole difference being the names of the ISO files.

    Cheers,
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