Don't have Creator's Update Yet

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  1. Posts : 177
    Win7 Pro 64-bit\Windows 10 Pro 64-bit dual boot

    Don't have Creator's Update Yet

    I find it strange that I haven't been prompted to install the Creator's Update yet.
    KB4013214 installed about a month ago and I thought that was the precursor to installing CU.
    Is this unusual or common?
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  2.    #2

    Same here!

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  3. Brink's Avatar
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 18963

    If you like, you could try using the Windows 10 Update Assistant to update to the latest version of Windows 10. :)

    Update to Latest Version of Windows 10 using Update Assistant Windows 10 Installation Upgrade Tutorials
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  4. Posts : 177
    Win7 Pro 64-bit\Windows 10 Pro 64-bit dual boot
    Thread Starter

    Thanks Brink. I was aware of that. My question was about why.
    Is this a widespread occurrence?
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  5.    #5

    I'm kind of wanting to know the same. I got the privacy kb 2 days ago through WU. but no pop up to review them in the aftermath, then I noticed an entry in start menu, can't remember exact name but it was something like privacy settings. So I clicked it and the review privacy windows popped up. I said yes to everything and accepted and then it said some stuff about getting things ready in the background etc and I closed it. BUT I go into windows update periodically for the two days since and keep checkimg for updates manually yet no creators update downloading through the pipe! It just keeps saying I'm up to date and offering the odd defender update here and there. I was under impression if one got the pop up and reviewed then the creators update was to follow straight after. That is what happened on our other (non main) pc. As soon as I reviewed, I then went to WU, checked for updates and the feature update started its download and install. So where is the creators update on my main pc when I've done the privacy review? I know it can be downloaded/forced etc but really would expect windows update (as my preferred method to receive updates) should now be doing it's job and pulling it through.
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    I'm also aware of the ability to get CU manually. In fact, I've tried (discussed elsewhere in this Forum) through Windows Update, using Windows Upgrade Assistant and Media Creation Tool as well as a manual ISO and have had no luck . I get to about 33% Installed and it aborts with message "Update Failed".

    I'm hoping (skeptically) that when tries through the MS offer that it might work.

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  7.    #7

    Still no update for my 3 year old Dell Inspiron laptop.
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  8.    #8

    MS did say that update would be staggered over some month, looks like they are staggering it pretty good. For some reason I'm getting every update the minute it's released. Only once it was late but problem was on my side. Are you guys getting all other(than major upgrades) on time ?
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    Yeah, I get all the other patch tuesday-esque / cumulative updates straight away. I just found it strange that I reviewed my privacy settings after finding it in the start menu and that has not prompted it immediately to start downloading. Our other PC got the privacy KB ages ago and several days later the privacy window popped up whereupon I accepted etc. I then went in to windows update, clicked check for updates and it found creators and eventaully installed. But this PC, got the privacy KB and rather than wait for the pop up I saw it in the start menu, clicked it, this brought the window up to review settings which I did and it then said we are getitng things ready in background etc etc. However when I went into windows update I fully expected a click on check for updates to then find and start bringing in creators. However, nothing yet and this was a couple days ago.

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  10. Posts : 177
    Win7 Pro 64-bit\Windows 10 Pro 64-bit dual boot
    Thread Starter

    Where are you finding the Privacy Settings in the Start Menu?
    As I mentioned before, I installed the KB4013214 patch for Privacy Settings mid June.
    I'm not "dying" to get CU but I'm very curious.
    Every other update installs without problems except for the Net Update 4.6.1, which, after several failures I had to install manually from the MS Update Catalog.
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