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    I tried that App Readiness previously and have it set to automatic.

    I do have multiple disks.

    Disk 0 is a data drive, Disk 1 is the C Drive, and Disk 2 is another data drive.
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       #12

    My post does not refer to that.
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       #13

    I ran "reagentc /info"

    Got:

    Windows Recovery Environment (Windows RE) and system reset configuration Information:

    Windows RE status: Enabled
    Windows RE location: \\?\GLOBALROOT\device\harddisk1\partition5\Recovery\WindowsRE
    Boot Configuration Data (BCD) identifier: 04110407-c764-11e8-9cc0-df1e22b3fa7e
    Recovery image location:
    Recovery image index: 0
    Custom image location:
    Custom image index: 0

    REAGENTC.EXE: Operation Successful.
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       #14

    Ok, that makes sense - your last 'OEM' partition is your recovery partition.

    Returning to my post: it also said:


    From the thread I linked above see:
    reagentc /enable failing with error code 3bc3, Windows Update failing with error 800F0922 - Super User
    noting Answer 1

    - please review that.

    And also just to check as per that post:
    reagentc /enable

    and report any anomalies.

    Also check you can boot to a command prompt or to Safe mode e.g. via SHIFT + left click Restart and work through the prompts - this checks the Recovery partition is usabl
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    Thanks. I am not understanding that thread.

    I did not run the following command. Any negative impact of I do?

    reagentc /enable
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       #16

    Look at the title of the link I posted:

    reagentc /enable failing with error code 3bc3, Windows Update failing with error 800F0922

    Can you see that command there? And the error number you have? Doing that is to test the applicabiliity of that.


    And this is routine:
    Also check you can boot to a command prompt or to Safe mode e.g. via SHIFT + left click Restart and work through the prompts - this checks the Recovery partition is usable

    Then please do the check in Answer 1 in that link.

    Unfortunately the error number is non-specific and has multiple causes, so these may still provide no resolution.
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    I ran this and it said:

    reagentc /enable
    REAGENTC.EXE: Operation Successful.
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       #18

    Ok, you might consider an in-place upgrade repair install which keeps all progs and data. (Tutorial available)

    Or you can attempt to analyse the Windows update log files for pointers.
    How to Find the Windows Update Log in Windows 10

    The first is a relatively routine procedure.

    There is also the reference I quoted to checking the EFI partition, although I'd guess this is unlikely to be a problem.
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    Is it worth trying to manually install the cumulative update?

    If I do an I place upgrade, will I have to redo any settings settings or reinstall anything such as Dropbox or office?

    Is the inplace upgrade done from refreshing the os?
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    will I have to redo any settings settings or reinstall anything such as Dropbox or office?
    hopefully not.

    There is also the reference I quoted to checking the EFI partition, although I'd guess this is unlikely to be a problem.

    From the tutorial list
    Windows 10 Tutorial Index
    I have searched for you to find:

    Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade
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