Time consuming to install W10

By DavidBailey ยท 12 replies
Feb 10, 2018
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  2. holdum323

    holdum323 Banned Posts: 1,725   +455

    Hi You should be getting close.:D
     
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    DavidBailey Topic Starter

    4 hours--
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  4. holdum323

    holdum323 Banned Posts: 1,725   +455

  5. DavidBailey

    DavidBailey Topic Starter

    I clicked on the wrong thing & lost it.
    I just clicked on it again in program files & it came back at the level it was at---

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  6. holdum323

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  7. DavidBailey

    DavidBailey Topic Starter

    Working on it---12:52 PM---

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  8. holdum323

    holdum323 Banned Posts: 1,725   +455

    Hi David! You might want to disconnect from the internet when you reach 99%. Here's a quote taken from the MS link.
    If you are updating through Windows Update, when the download reaches 99% disconnect from the Internet LAN (Ethernet) or Wi-Fi then proceed with the installation. If setup does not progress, close the wizard then restart your computer. Follow the instructions to upgrade manually using the Media Creation Tool or the Windows 10 ISO file.
     
  9. DavidBailey

    DavidBailey Topic Starter

    Just moved to 94 %--
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  10. holdum323

    holdum323 Banned Posts: 1,725   +455

    Hi! In another thread here on TS, you mentioned having trouble with sfc /scannow -DISM. I can't day for sure, but maybe that is causing the slow upgrade. Just a thought!. It may restart soon and finish the upgrade. I recommend letting it go on with the upgrade. I'm thinking it's doing the November upgrade and that's a large update.
    Your thread may help others with this issue. Thanks!
     
  11. holdum323

    holdum323 Banned Posts: 1,725   +455

    Next time you click on the "Windows update Assistant" after this install, you will see this.
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  12. Athlonite

    Athlonite TS Booster Posts: 114   +26

    Yeah inplace upgrades are a pita better off doing a clean install
     
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  13. holdum323

    holdum323 Banned Posts: 1,725   +455

    Yes sir, a clean install is the best install you will ever get. Here's link by Andre Da Costa MS- MVP
    I have never heard of anyone having trouble after a clean install. After clean install; maintain your PC and you should be good to go.
    A smart windows user will create a back up image after a clean install; that way they can always use that image to get back to just like the day they created the image. That's my 2 cents.
    Here's link for a clean install by Andre!
    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us...stall-of/aef0ae63-2117-41ee-a8ea-4a3181625b08
     

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