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  1. Posts : 7,710
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       #21

    fireberd said:
    Tried an upgrade yesterday. Got to 75% and aborted. Then restored system.

    Hi,
    How did you do the update ?
    Windows update or iso without internet ?
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  2. Posts : 2,502
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       #22

    Update from MS Win 10 site I have an iso but don't see an upgrade option?
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  3. Posts : 7,710
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       #23

    fireberd said:
    Windows update. I have an iso but don't see an upgrade option?
    Hi,
    Right click the iso and properties
    Unblock button and save.
    Disconnect from the internet
    Open iso
    Right click setup.exe and run as admin.
    Wait only took me15 minutes to complete install on z490 system.
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  4. Posts : 2,502
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       #24

    I tried that but it failed too and undid any changes.
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  5. Posts : 4,224
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       #25

    Hey @fireberd: I'm having the exact same problem on my wife's old Ivy Bridge miniITX PC. It hangs at 47% in processing updates and never gets any further. When I finally power off, then restart, I get the same error. In my case, I'm convinced it's because the unit is too old to upgrade and some driver somewhere is just not working correctly. I'm preparing to migrate her files, setting and preferences over to a newer machine. Do let us know if you find some kind of solution: I've tried WU, the Windows Update assistant, and even a current image through UUPdump.ml. None of these approaches has worked. Sigh.
    --Ed--
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  6. Posts : 24,665
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       #26

    fireberd said:
    Still no 2004 which suggests something in my Win 10 OS. But as noted a clean install, unless an absolute must, its out of the question due to loss of a lot of recording studio add-ons that can't be reloaded.

    All my machines have been offered 2004, and on most I have accepted the offer and updated successfully. But to be honest I can hardly see any difference. There's nothing really new in 2004 (apart from the defrag/trim bug).

    If I were you I wouldn't be concerned about 2004 not being 'quite ready yet' for your machine. 1909 will be fully supported until May 2021.
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  7. Posts : 2,502
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       #27

    Ed, I got the same results with two different hardware, an i7 6700K desktop with an ASUS motherboard and now an i7 8700K desktop with a Gigabyte motherboard. I'm convinced its somewhere in the OS. I've tried all the suggested fixes including DISM, SFC, drivers, etc. I know I should do a clean install, as the OS started out as Win 8.1 Pro and has been upgraded over the Win 10 life, but I will lose some needed old recording studio add-ons that are no longer available and need "installed", not just copied over.

    1909 is working OK, just like to stay current, and have until 2004.
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  8. Posts : 12,430
    Win10 Version 21H2 Pro and Home, Win11 Pro
       #28

    I have 1 Desktop [HP Intel] that Upgraded to Version 2004 okay and 2 Desktops [Custom AMD] that are not being offered the Upgrade yet with no message about it. The Notebooks I've done have Intel CPUs.
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  9. Posts : 140
    Windows 10 Home 1909 fully updated.
       #29

    fireberd said:
    Ed, I got the same results with two different hardware, an i7 6700K desktop with an ASUS motherboard and now an i7 8700K desktop with a Gigabyte motherboard. I'm convinced its somewhere in the OS. I've tried all the suggested fixes including DISM, SFC, drivers, etc. I know I should do a clean install, as the OS started out as Win 8.1 Pro and has been upgraded over the Win 10 life, but I will lose some needed old recording studio add-ons that are no longer available and need "installed", not just copied over. 1909 is working OK, just like to stay current, and have until 2004.
    I have an i7 9700K, ASUS board, built in May 2019, Win 10 Home installed at build. I have tried every means of updating to 2004, short of a clean install, and every suggested fix. It resolutely refuses to install, goes 100% on the install phase then rolls back after restart. I'm certain it's something in the OS.
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  10. Posts : 2,502
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       #30

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    Last edited by fireberd; 24 Jul 2020 at 07:50.
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