that error code (c1900200) means you have a incompatable program installed. search Microsoft for the media creation tool. download either the 32bit or 64bit depending on your system. if your unsure what bit you have goto computer in the fileexplorer and right click the background then select properties it will tell you on there what bit operating system you have. use the media creation tool and select upgrade should redownload win10 then check your pc and will tell you what the program is and give you the option to uninstall or abort the install of win10.
Tnx - where did you find the explanation for that error code? As far as having an incompat program installed, the GW10 icon/check PC finds everything meets prerequisites but indicates that the OEM backup and recovery program will not work under W10 and will have to be removed, but I thought that was something that had to be done during the install, not before the download. Another poster suggested I disable EMET during the download - something to do with EAF and EAF+ (I did have EMET running during the download). If I use the media creation tool, should I first delete the .BT~ file that was created by the failed update? And the distribution software entries.
it was on the Microsoft site I don't remember exactly where but I was having the same error. no you don't have to delete anything it actually makes a new file called $Windows.~WS during the install with media creation it will list any incompatable programs and give you the option to uninstall then. make sure your security software is upgraded to support windows 10 all the major ones have the download on there site for free as long as you have an active subscription. should go in smooth as silk.
While the Windows 8 release had its share of defects, it was a little better than Vista (Windows 7 was essentially "Vista" simplified, so I don't count that). Given that allowance, I expect Windows 10 will need at least a year to shake out bugs. That's why it's being offered FOR FREE... so you'll help report all the issues.
Well, I can't even get it installed. My Get Windows 10 icon disappeared, and manual installs didn't work. Now the icon reappeared and I tried it again... still fails, after 1 hour of letting Microsoft try installing once more. Same error, 0xC1900101 - 0x2000C.