Windows 10: latest build 15002 won`t install
latest build 15002 won`t install
This latest build will not install on my machine. It downloads and appears to install but on reboot i get an error message saying its ran into problems and rolls back to the previouse build. I have uninstalled malwarebytes and tied to install build 15002 five times now.
What is the error message?
Yep same here.
I shall try again and and make a note of the Full error message or send on screen photo.
the error message is to brief on screen to get full message to take down full message. shall try again later.
stop code: driver irql not less or equal
what failed: starport sys
this is the error message it gives me the it restarts back to last build,
hope this helps.
This should sort your problem....
See Post #10 for revised link.
Last edited by dencal; 11 Jan 2017 at 11:43.
Reason: Wrong Link deleted
Dencal: the link you provide offers hotfixes for XP and WinServ2003. I'm stumped as to how that helps here, except to confirm for the OP that a storage driver is (potentially) at fault. Do you think there might be some virtue to following Sergey Tkachenko's instructions at Winaero.com in his post "How to get Windows 10 Build 15002 ISO images?" Obviously, this can only work if the OP (and others likewise afflicted) has (have) access to another PC. But if they didn't, how could they post?
Thank you for pointing out my error, At 80 years of age I'm bound to drop the odd clanger....the link I was trying to post....see also attachment...chose wrong one, should be top one, not bottom one.
driver_irql_not_less_or_equal (storport.sys) - Microsoft Community
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