Windows 10: 1803 update stuck at %42 Solved

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  1.    02 May 2018 #11

    You would really benefit from an SSD.
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  2.    02 May 2018 #12

    FWIW I was stuck at 63% and tried DISM/SFC type fixes, Windows Update reset scripts and no go, so I tried an In-Place upgrade this morning and that was stuck at 5% all day.

    I rebooted to safe mode ran windows repair with "common repairs" and sure enough it went in.

    I only tried this because I have a complete image of my C: in case something went sideways.
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       04 May 2018 #13

    Samuria said: View Post
    Which part is stuck at 42% it does an initial install up to 100% then reboots and goes to 100% on a blue screen
    It stucks during the main install process which is after reboot. I left the pc open and went to sleep, after about 7 hours it was at %42, the spinning circle was also frozen.
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       04 May 2018 #14

    Anak said: View Post
    You've done everything but disable the graphics card that isn't native to the laptop, my thought is it falls under the criteria of attached devices like USB. And please excuse me if you purchased the laptop with dual cards, your system specs don't show that.

    What is the setup; Do you have integrated graphics with a separate card? Just disable the separate card and let the integrated run. Then run 1803.
    There is integrated Intel and AMD graphic cards. They are native to the laptop.
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       04 May 2018 #15

    jimbo45 said: View Post

    Hi there

    It does take a long time on some laptops
    servers shouldn't be a problem once the program starts installing as you've already got the update on HDD.

    Also make sure there is sufficient available space on HDD('s) as if there isn't you'll get the dreaded Update failed with that error code - can't remember it though.

    You need enough space for V.S.S and windows old (what the system tries to allocate rather than what is finally used).

    If it bombs out increase the windows partition size or make available space on other partitions / HDD's. You can decrease these after install / update success.

    Sometimes if it's stuck for a long time simply re-boot again -- you might have to go though that saga a few time before it finally works though.

    The most important thing is that there is sufficient free space on HDD's.
    To change partition sizes without losing data use either a Linux live distro with GPARTED or amy Windows bootable partition manager.

    GPARTED is quite simple -- and works from USB -- Partition magic or similar I believe can't run from a USB though (paid version will). GPARTED if you are uncomfortable with Linux runs also as a stand alone bootable program - download iso and create USB via Rufus. The Interface is no problem for windows users.

    It was still stuck after about 7 hours.I have 10 gb of space, I think it is enough. But I'll free some more and try again, thanks.
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       04 May 2018 #16

    Please update the computer specs and post logs, images and test results into the thread as per post #2.
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       04 May 2018 #17

    gezginrocker said: View Post
    There is integrated Intel and AMD graphic cards. They are native to the laptop.
    I'd still try disabling one and run the update, if it still hangs disable the one you tested and try the one you disabled previously.

    There is no documentation that I can find but we all know how touchy these major updates are and 1803 may balk at seeing two GPU's especially of different OEM's. If successful hopefully it won't mind you re-enabling one back.
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       07 May 2018 #18

    I downloaded the ISO file and tried to install again, again it stuck but it gave this error: "0xC1900101 - 0x30018 the installation failed in the FIRST_BOOT phase with an error during SYSPREP operation"

    Afterwards, I made sure there is 20gb of space, disabled Windows Defender/Firewall, disabled AMD graphic card and Wifi from BIOS and tried again, and this time it installed without a problem. Thanks for all the replies.
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       08 May 2018 #19

    It's great to hear you're out of the woods and thanks for updating your system specs.
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  10.    02 Jun 2018 #20

    My install of 1803 has been failing (stuck at some % repeatedly) for over a week. Today I finally decided to look at my installed apps. Saw I had 2 Apple apps installed. Removed them. Restarted install and it finished in about an hour. Lenovo X220 I suspect Apple has a block for 10.
    Interested in seeing if doing this helps anyone else.
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