Not being offered windows 10 1709 home january update

  1.    30 Jan 2018 #1

    Not being offered windows 10 1709 home january update

    I have a lenovo G550 laptop (old) that is not being offered the January update through windows update. I am running the latest version of Eset nod32 and have checked the registry key and it does exist. The processor in the laptop is a Pentium dual core T4300 @ 2.1GHZ. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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  2.    30 Jan 2018 #2

    Which version are you on now ? (Win+R\winver; latest version is Build 16299.194 for 64-bit and 16299.201 for 32-bit). Go to the Windows News section - and pick out the version you want from the Sticky Threads, then use Brink's links to the Windows Update catalog and download & run.
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