I'm Definitely NOT Impressed. Windows 2004 will not install.

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  1. Posts : 140
    Windows 10 Home 1909 fully updated.
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       #31

    The problem would certainly need to be in the 2004 update since that config has been in place thru many updates in the past year.
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  2. Posts : 1,336
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       #32

    Post #1 “Yesterday Windows Update presented 2004 for the first time.”
    Did you go through this time period for a while?
    I'm Definitely NOT Impressed.  Windows 2004 will not install.-annotation-2020-06-22-143153.jpg

    Then yesterday was the Windows Update 2004 presented as an optional update and you attempted to do that?

    Post #11 “All attempts complete the installation phase then roll back at the Restart.”
    --- What version are you on?
    On the rollback is the above screenshot included in your Windows Update page?
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  3. Posts : 140
    Windows 10 Home 1909 fully updated.
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       #33

    No. This was the first presentation and that has been consistent...

    I'm Definitely NOT Impressed.  Windows 2004 will not install.-2020-06-23_09-53-07.jpg

    Current version is...

    I'm Definitely NOT Impressed.  Windows 2004 will not install.-2020-06-23_09-57-58.jpg

    Fully updated as of the June updates. June 9, 2020—KB4560960 (OS Builds 18362.900 and 18363.900)
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       #34

    Hi,
    Well that's all I can think of good luck.
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  5. Posts : 140
    Windows 10 Home 1909 fully updated.
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       #35

    ThrashZone said:
    Hi, Well that's all I can think of good luck.
    Thanks. I now have the 2004 ISO so last resort is a clean install. That's on hold until at least August, hoping that MSoft come good with fixes.
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  6. Posts : 1,336
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #36

    Pollensa1946 said:
    The problem would certainly need to be in the 2004 update since that config has been in place thru many updates in the past year.
    --- That's about the monthly Patch Tuesday's.

    A Feature Update is a different story.
    Keep ThrashZone's post #28 in mind even you use the ISO
    "Any reason you've never disconnected at least the data cable off the clone ?
    Being a clone they would have the exact same id's so maybe this 2004 build is getting confused and aborts ?"
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       #37

    Pollensa1946 said:
    I now have the 2004 ISO so last resort is a clean install. That's on hold until at least August, hoping that MSoft come good with fixes.

    I'm not clear why you seem to be so keen on getting 2004. I have allowed the 2004 update on a couple of my less critical machines and TBH find very little that's new in 2004. My more important machines are going to wait for at least two or three months before updating, despite already having been offered the update.

    Your 1909 is fully supported with security and non-security patches until May 2021. What's the rush?
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  8. Posts : 1,336
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       #38

    Bree said:
    I'm not clear why you seem to be so keen on getting 2004. I have allowed the 2004 update on a couple of my less critical machines and TBH find very little that's new in 2004. My more important machines are going to wait for at least two or three months before updating, despite already having been offered the update.

    Your 1909 is fully supported with security and non-security patches until May 2021. What's the rush?
    Agree
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  9. bru
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       #39

    I could have written this post. I was able to install 2004 on 4 computers. It has failed multiple times on the 5th. Hate MS.

    Bree said:
    Your 1909 is fully supported with security and non-security patches until May 2021. What's the rush?

    That's true but if it doesn't install properly now I am not so sure it ever will install. That's how MS works. One can hope the next version will install, but if the previous didn't, what are the odds the next one will?
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  10. Posts : 1,336
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #40

    @ Pollensa1946, I want to be optimistic that there is solution for the Windows Update 2004 to be successfully installed on your PC but taking the time for a “natural” install is very important. That doesn’t mean you can’t do some things in the meantime for what needs to be addressed. That “Download and install” screenshot in your post #33 looked good but it’s the first time I’ve seen that up-front w/o any previous notification or setup prior to that point.

    You started this thread only 6 days ago. I’ve done 10 PC’s over the last 3 months successfully all of which I had recommended to the users where I volunteer to allow the time for their PC’s to be naturally ready. I had to listen to their complaints, but that’s ok. In the end, their complaints went out the window.

    You’ve done a lot of work on your PC and there have been excellent recommendations to work with. One that I definitely believe is to get the clone drive out of the way.
    --- In addition, staying with 1909 for some time period is not an issue especially relative to your post #6 “not interested in a clean install at this time given the work involved in reinstalling 100+ apps, drivers, settings.”
    --- “reinstalling 100+ apps, drivers, settings” looks daunting to me and that’s probably going to be quite a challenge.
    --- But if 1909 continues to run as well as expected, let’s hope 2004 will take them in.
    --- If not, maybe a clean install will be the answer after all.
    --- At the same time, even though you have a clone drive, also consider system image backups at appropriate times during your troubleshooting.

    For now, though go to
    Using the Windows 10 Health Dashboard to track known issues
    Using the Windows 10 Health Dashboard to track known issues
    It amounts to what it does along with what it reports.
    Even if you have tried what’s in there, do them again and record and/or create screenshots of what is reported.

    In post #23 "Failure code is... 0x80242016 WU_E_UH_POSTREBOOTUNEXPECTEDSTATE"
    I have found some information that might benefit you if see that again.
    That will be the focus of my next post unless something else comes up.
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