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  1.    24 Nov 2015 #11
    Join Date : Jan 2015
    UK, Midlands
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    Quote Originally Posted by mfaklis View Post

    I need a workable solution.
    There should be no need to reinstall earlier Windows versions now you've had Win 10 on your PC; Win 10/MS should automatically register your installation. (either 32 bits or 64 bits- whichever).

    Suggest you download latest install media for Win 10, which hopefully (assumption) includes the Nov upgrade, if you see what i mean. Do a clean install of that.

    Get a copy of Aomei Backupper or Macrium Reflect (Free) and an external USB disk at least twice as large as what you're going to back up, and create its boot disk.

    Enable System Restore, and install utlities to
    a. implement a daily (e.g.) scheduled restore point (Brink produced one- maybe in eightforums)
    b. allow you to manually create a named one (ok that's just a convenience- you can do that using Windows GUI- I just find it less hassle and quicker)

    As soon as your basic installation of Win 10 with drivers is up and running, image it using one of those tools.

    Now cautiously start installing your programs; keep a simple log of what you're doing (not on C:!).

    Periodically make an incremental or differential image as you prefer using one of those imaging tools.

    Thus you can
    a. Restore your image when things go wrong in a time limited way.
    b. Identify what it is that causes you a problem - it sounds like some sort of incompatibility.

    Disk imaging is ESSENTIAL. Windows is flimsy and easily takes offence.
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  2.    24 Nov 2015 #12
    Join Date : Aug 2015
    Aurora, Colorado
    Posts : 493
    Windows 10 Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by dalchina View Post

    Suggest you download latest install media for Win 10, which hopefully (assumption) includes the Nov upgrade, if you see what i mean. Do a clean install of that.
    NO. The November Upgrade is no longer available for download from the Media Creation Tool site. It was withdrawn on Friday. The Media Creation Tool now downloads the July 29 release, build 10240 as before.

    The November Upgrade is now delivered via Windows Update only but with a 30-day delay following installation (by any means) of the user's current version of Windows 10. There are explanations of the reason elsewhere. There is no problem with the Build itself but there is a problem installing it before the user has had 30 days to make a decision about reverting to his previous version of Windows (7 or 8).
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  3.    24 Nov 2015 #13
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    UK, Midlands
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cbarnhorst View Post
    NO. The November Upgrade is no longer available for download from the Media Creation Tool site. It was withdrawn on Friday. The Media Creation Tool now downloads the July 29 release, build 10240 as before.

    The November Upgrade is now delivered via Windows Update only but with a 30-day delay following installation (by any means) of the user's current version of Windows 10. There are explanations of the reason elsewhere. There is no problem with the Build itself but there is a problem installing it before the user has had 30 days to make a decision about reverting to his previous version of Windows (7 or 8).
    I had just read that it did. It's very hard to keep track of MS's changes in policy. Thank you for that.
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  4.    24 Nov 2015 #14
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    UK, Midlands
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    Win 10 Pro (1703)

    Quote Originally Posted by Cbarnhorst View Post
    NO. The November Upgrade is no longer available for download from the Media Creation Tool site. It was withdrawn on Friday. The Media Creation Tool now downloads the July 29 release, build 10240 as before.

    The November Upgrade is now delivered via Windows Update only but with a 30-day delay following installation (by any means) of the user's current version of Windows 10. There are explanations of the reason elsewhere. There is no problem with the Build itself but there is a problem installing it before the user has had 30 days to make a decision about reverting to his previous version of Windows (7 or 8).
    - which makes an in place repair install something of a ...um.. an extended delight..
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  5.    24 Nov 2015 #15
    Join Date : Jul 2015
    Indianapolis
    Posts : 72
    Win 10 Pro 64 bit

    I noticed that when I try to view my network (in file explorer) that my FreeNAS server no longer shows up, and the other computers on my network are hit and miss if they show up regardless of how many refreshes I do. The FreeNAS drives are still mapped in file explorer, and I can access them, but the server is missing.
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