stuck on expired 14986, TraceRpt.exe crashes trying to build log

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    Is there a way of knowing how many insider builds I've installed leading up to 14986 and when they were installed? Maybe there's a program I've installed between builds that needs to be uninstalled. I know I don't have AVG.
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    chuckkahn said:
    Is there a way of knowing how many insider builds I've installed leading up to 14986 and when they were installed? Maybe there's a program I've installed between builds that needs to be uninstalled. I know I don't have AVG.
    No.
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    Intel Iris Graphics 5100


    Rather than do a clean install and lose everything, I restored an image of my PC from a year ago, from before I installed the Insider's build. In this state, Windows update halts with the error "Couldn't install windows 10 - this device isn't compatible Intel Iris Graphics 5100." So I uninstall and delete the Intel driver in order for the update to proceed. This is familiar and I'm repeating things I did a year ago.

    But perhaps these same Intel 5100 drivers were causing the 0xC1900101 - 0x30018 errors during my Insider build 15063 install? I'm not sure whether it's worth restoring the Insider image to try and find out.
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