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Unable to upgrade Windows 10 from build 10240 to 10586

Q: Unable to upgrade Windows 10 from build 10240 to 10586

Since the beginning of 2016 I have been unable to upgrade ending with constant requests to restart and the failure data as per attachment is the latest.

I did defer this upgrade but recently it has been ignored and the upgrade has been installing and failing again on a regular basis.

I have tried the ISO's and other links to this upgrade and they all finish with a simple statement "Failed". Funnily in Security & Maintenance it shows a failure almost as soon as it starts to download and then about an hour later it says it was a successful update. I expect to see a Windows.old in 'C' drive but there isn't any.

Last night a notification suddenly announced "We are working on it!" - what? Today it did another upgrade download and installation and guess what - failed.

I am under the impression that Microsoft want to get this upgrade going in preparation for the Windows 10 anniversary end July 2016.

I notice in Tiribos's post the instructions for downloading the ISO and mounting etc, but mine downloads as zip file but I suppose it all amounts to the same performance.

What to do?

This forum seems to be the best place to post as there is so much useless crap elsewhere on the internet mostly from a year or more ago.

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Preferred Solution: Unable to upgrade Windows 10 from build 10240 to 10586

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My Parents figured it was time to upgrade to ten so I made up a disc and upgraded both their computers to 10 build 10586 successfully. I had already had 10, I got new parts so I upgraded via a disk my dad made when 10 first came around, build 10240.

I want to play Forza 6 but unfortunately it isn't supported on my build of Win 10 and security is better on 10586 yada yada yada. I insert the same disk, upgrade begins, it goes through the whole process on the purple screen and when it goes for the first reboot, it boots back up into startup repair asking me to choose keyboard language. I choose a shut down and when the computer boots back up it tells me,

"Installation Failed in Safe_OS Phase With an Error During BOOT Operation 0xC1900101 ? 0x20017"

I have tried many of the suggested fixes, I have:
1. Tried installing with all USB ports vacant
2. Removed my wireless adapter
3. Installed using a clean boot
4. Removed IIS and its associated user
5. Completely uninstalled my antivirus
There may be more but I dont remember

Fresh Install is not an option so please dont suggest it, theres got to be a way around this issue.

I have attached the error log of my latest attempt at upgrading.

I've also heard that downloading the ISO and then modifying some intel file could be a possible fix but Id rather try something that doesn't include modifying the OS, that might bring up a "not genuine" error later as I have heard.happens.

Thanks in advance for your help ten... Read more

A:Cannot Upgrade Win X build 10240 to 10586 (0xC1900101 0x20017)

Download iso using this link, double click on it and run setup.exe.

Windows 10

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Hi,
I haveupgrade Windows 8.1 Pro 64bit (English US) to Windows 10 Pro, 64bit also English(US) when I received the Microsoft notification in my HP ENVY 17 laptop, onJuly 29th according to my memory.
The upgradingprocess was without difficulties, like a charm; the laptop continued to worksatisfactorily and I am happy with Windows 10
Since thattime a number of updates were automatically downloaded and installed forWindows, Windows Defender (a lot), Office and two Cumulative Updates: KB3105213and KB3116869.
The laptophas i7, RAM 16GB, HDD 1TB with 750GB of free space.
However inNovember v1511, Build 10586 was not automatically downloaded and obviously notinstalled. So, my current version still is 10.0 Build 10240.
Therefore,I tried to install 10586 manually with an ISO file saved on a DVD and downloadedvia the Media Creation Tool and Tech Bench.
Aftermounting the ISO I tried to install 10586 opening its exe file as Administratorbut installation always stuck at 25%. Similarly with the program downloaded to anUSB and opened via Advanced startup or directly from the USB itself.
As anexternal device I only have an USB Microsoft mouse. I also tried to use the laptoptrackpad instead the mouse but results were the same.
At 25%always appear the same phrase: ?Something happened Windows 10 installation has failed?.
Ialso tried to deactivate both Windows Firewall and Windows Defender, but sameresult.
Both sfc /scannowand dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth commands were and ar... Read more

A:Unable to upgrade to Windows 10, v1511, Build 10586

What anti-virus are you using? Try uninstalling it. You can reinstall after the upgrade.
Same if you are using a firewall other than the built-in Windows firewall.

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The 1511 build installed yesterday and since then I have been having trouble booting up computer in AM. It gets stuck with an arrow on a black screen. I have to turn off PC and turn back on for it to boot up into windows. Even then, it takes forvever.

I want to revert back to the previous Windows 10 build 10240. (I think that was the build number). Do I just use recovery to 'go back to an earlier build' ? Is there anything else I need to do first?
I understand that after the recovery I have to run the tool that hides updates for Windows 10. Do I have that right?
If all else fails, I did a full system back up just a few days before the update to the new Build happened.

A:Need to revert from Build 1511 (10586.36) to 10240

It's not the November 11th Threshold 2 update or otherwise referred to the 10586.93 version 1511 build pushed by way of the Windows updates but a flimsy upgrade to the newer build as the actual problem! When seeing the 10565 and 10576 builds each upgraded to the 10586 not one problem was seen while the distance between the 10240 and 10586 being greater as well as the 10240 not being so good as an upgrade build to start with you are much better simply going for the 10586's clean install.

That can be done by first downloading the updated Media Creation tool if you have an 8gb usb flash drive available as a 4gb will be too small since the TH2 release is actually a roll up of both the Home and Pro editions as well as seeing both the 32bit and 64bit options! Since 10 is already on and had been activated the clean install will not only see the 10586.39 go on fresh for the actual best end results but upgrade the build you are running as well.

As for the existing recovery options found in the F8 menu's Advanced recovery options the Reset option will likely see the 10240 build restored as long as nothing on the drive has changed since the TH2 upgrade took place like running the DiskCleanup tool or removing the Windows.old if created.

You might have to boot live from 10 media to get there however if you are unable to get into the F8 boot options directly! And that would bring you right back to the need to download 10 directly either by the MC Tool or going to the Tech Bench site for... Read more

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Microsoft today released cumulative updates for most versions of Windows 10. Being the second Tuesday of the month, this is par for the course for Patch Tuesday. While 14393.576 for PC and Mobile are available for Anniversary Update users, 10240.17202 and 10586.713 are available for those that are using older versions of Windows 10.

In fact, the only version of the OS that didn't get an update today is Windows 10 Mobile version 1511 (build 10586). This isn't surprising, as only around 1.3% of Windows phone users use that version, although Microsoft does patch it from time to time.

Here's what's fixed in version 14393.576:

Improved reliability of Security Support Provider Interface.
Addressed a service crash in CDPSVC that in some situations could lead to the machine not being able to acquire an IP address.
Addressed issue where a Catalog-signed module installation does not work on Nano Server.
Addressed issue with Devices left with Hello on for an excessive amount of time will not go into power savings mode.
Addressed issue with gl_pointSize to not work properly when used with drawElements method in Internet Explorer 11.
Addressed issue where Azure Active Directory-joined machines after upgrading to Windows 10 Version 1607 cannot sync with Exchange.
Addressed additional issues with app compatibility, updated time zone information, Internet Explorer.
Security updates to Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Uniscribe, Common Log File System Driver... Read more

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The 1511 build installed yesterday and since then I have been having trouble booting up computer in AM. It gets stuck with an arrow on a black screen. I have to turn off PC and turn back on for it to boot up into windows. Even then, it takes forvever.

I want to revert back to the previous Windows 10 build 10240. (I think that was the build number). Do I just use recovery to 'go back to an earlier build' ? Is there anything else I need to do first?
I understand that after the recovery I have to run the tool that hides updates for Windows 10. Do I have that right?
If all else fails, I did a full system back up just a few days before the update to the new Build happened.

A:Need to revert from Build 1511 (10586.36) to 10240

It's not the November 11th Threshold 2 update or otherwise referred to the 10586.93 version 1511 build pushed by way of the Windows updates but a flimsy upgrade to the newer build as the actual problem! When seeing the 10565 and 10576 builds each upgraded to the 10586 not one problem was seen while the distance between the 10240 and 10586 being greater as well as the 10240 not being so good as an upgrade build to start with you are much better simply going for the 10586's clean install.

That can be done by first downloading the updated Media Creation tool if you have an 8gb usb flash drive available as a 4gb will be too small since the TH2 release is actually a roll up of both the Home and Pro editions as well as seeing both the 32bit and 64bit options! Since 10 is already on and had been activated the clean install will not only see the 10586.39 go on fresh for the actual best end results but upgrade the build you are running as well.

As for the existing recovery options found in the F8 menu's Advanced recovery options the Reset option will likely see the 10240 build restored as long as nothing on the drive has changed since the TH2 upgrade took place like running the DiskCleanup tool or removing the Windows.old if created.

You might have to boot live from 10 media to get there however if you are unable to get into the F8 boot options directly! And that would bring you right back to the need to download 10 directly either by the MC Tool or going to the Tech Bench site for... Read more

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Hi everyone,

After not recieving the AU from Microsoft I took a look at winver I noticed that my PC has never received or installed an update since the original Windows 10 build (Version 10.0 or build 10240).

I began to investigated and noticed that Cumulative Update KB3185611 keeps trying to install however Windows Update always fails to install this update giving me this error:

"There were problems installing some updates, but we'll try again later. If you keep seeing this and want to search the web or contact support for information, this may help:"
No error code is provided.

I took a look at setuperr.log within the Windows.BT folder and this is the only error present.

Error SP CSetupPlatform::ResurrectNewSystem: Cannot resurrect new system.: Win32Exception: \\?\C:\$Windows.~BT\Sources\NewSystem.dat: The system cannot find the file specified. [0x00000002] __thiscall UnBCL::FileStream::FileStream(const class UnBCL::String *,enum UnBCL::FileMode,enum UnBCL::FileAccess,enum UnBCL::FileShare,unsigned long)[gle=0x00000002]

I would really appreciate if anyone could help me out with this issue, as i'd like to move up to the AU :-)

Please let me know if you need any more info.
Thanks!

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Hi guys, Overkill here...I'm pretty tech savvy; work at an MSP providing tech support all day. Can't solve this issue on a laptop at home though.

When updating my laptop from build 10240 to 10586, I get the following behavior depending on the method:

Windows Update - reboots but does not attempt to install update
TechBench ISO/MCT Upgrade Install - Generates the following setuperr.log


Code:
2016-06-20 23:23:09, Error CDiagnosticsHelper::SetSQMDatapoint: Attempting to set a datapoint in an invalid SQM session
2016-06-20 23:23:09, Error CDiagnosticsHelper::SetSQMDatapoint: Attempting to set a datapoint in an invalid SQM session
2016-06-20 23:23:10, Error MOUPG CDlpActionImpl<class CDlpErrorImpl<class CDlpObjectInternalImpl<class CUnknownImpl<class IMoSetupDlpAction> > > >::Suspend(1066): Result = 0xC1800104
2016-06-20 23:23:10, Error MOUPG CSetupManager::ExecuteInstallMode(724): Result = 0x800705BB
2016-06-20 23:23:10, Error MOUPG CSetupManager::ExecuteDownlevelMode(389): Result = 0x800705BB
2016-06-20 23:23:10, Error MOUPG CSetupManager::Execute(232): Result = 0x800705BB
2016-06-20 23:23:10, Error MOUPG CSetupHost::Execute(371): Result = 0x800705BB
2016-06-20 23:30:28, Error CDiagnosticsHelper::SetSQMDatapoint: Attempting to set a datapoint in an invalid SQM session
2016-06-20 23:30:28, Error CDiagnosticsHelper::SetSQMDatapoint: Attempting to set a datapoint in an invalid SQM session
2016-06-20 23:30:30,... Read more

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problems with apps - start - upgrades -notifications from taskbar 

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Hello,

I have 5 laptops and all of them have the latest windows 10 update which is 1511 except one that has not received that update and I am wondering if there's way to get it on this laptop ?

A:unable to obtain Windows 10 1511 Build 10586

Download the ISO from Tech Bench, double click on the ISO to mount it then double click on setup.exe

There are a couple of tutorials here:
Windows 10 ISO Download - Windows 10 Forums (follow option 1)
Windows 10 - Upgrade Installation - Windows 10 Forums (start at step 8)

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I installed the Tech Preview and registered as an Insider early on and largely rode the updates/releases when published, until build 10240. I sat on this build for a while (disabled the Windows Update service) and didn't do much with this preview install for a while. Now I'm wanting to work with it more and would like to update/upgrade to the latest build. I enabled/started the Windows Update service, but it won't update. If I go to Windows Update in Settings, besides the title bar, all I see is a blank page/pane with activity dots indefinitely flying across the top. Same deal if I open Settings and search for 'Advanced' and click on Advanced Windows Update options.

Troubleshooting steps taken:
Reboot numerous timesLeave it sit for many hoursBoot into safe mode with networkingStop bits, wuauserv and cryptsvc services, rename C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution and C:\Windows\System32\catroot2 and start the previously stopped servicesRan the Windows Update TroubleshooterRan sfc /scannow (no problems found)Ran dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth (no problems found)Clean BootedReset Windows. The process appears to complete (I see something like 95% before the system reboots; not sure if it actually gets to 100% or if it fails before) but after restarting, I see a message like boot device inaccessible. I've tried the reset process 3 or so times, it successfully reverts to the pre-reset environment after rebooting 2 or 3 times.

Earlier, after update attempts, I would open ... Read more

A:Can't update / upgrade from build 10240

The easiest way to get to the current build is to use the media creation tool use the upgrade this computer and keep all apps and files. Windows 10 ISO Download - Windows 10 Forums .

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I currently have a version of Windows 10-bit version 64 10 240 ... in what way through a USB can upgrade to Windows 10 1511 Build 10586 ???
I ask this because I did the upgrade from windows update but unfortunately at logon not enter in windows
Thank you
Hispa

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I tried updating normally using Windows Update. It fails in less than 10 seconds.
I tried using Media Creation Tool. It downloads the update, but at the end it fails again and tell me restart my PC and try again.
I tried deleting the files at C:/Windows/SoftawareDistribution/Download and then going back to Windows Update. It didin't work.
I'm desperate to update because this Build is crashing and freezing in almost any game that I play or application that I use. I'm only able to use Chrome and Office properly. Everything else usually freezes and crash.
Any ideas of whatelse I could try ?

A:Unable to update to Build 10586

I'd use the Media Creation tool to download the .ISO, or get the ISO directly from Tech Bench .

Not guaranteed to help, but it may save you from repeatedly downloading multiple gigabytes of installer.

Your existing Windows 10 installation will allow you to mount the .ISO, and you can then run the update directly from that.

10586 is more of an upgrade than an update. If memory serves, it generates the windows.old folder. I recommend imaging the current Win 10 installation before updating.

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I am trying to upgrade from windows 10 free upgrade to build 10586 (x64 pro) and it stalls at the same point whether the upgrade is from windows update or an ISO file on dvd. I select the first option to keep existing files and apps. But it stalls at 32% . Installing features and drivers at 23%. And I get the red box windows could not configure one or more system components etc. )xC1900101-0x30018, the installation failed in the first_boot phase with an error during SYSPREP operation. Any suggestions or should I go for a complete reinstall and not keeping existing apps and data? Its an HP Pavilion dv6 laptop. Works fine on the original Windows 10 pro to which the system has regressed back to fortunately.
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A:Upgrade to build 10586 fails at 32%

Originally Posted by Mike8


I am trying to upgrade from windows 10 free upgrade to build 10586 (x64 pro) and it stalls at the same point whether the upgrade is from windows update or an ISO file on dvd. I select the first option to keep existing files and apps. But it stalls at 32% . Installing features and drivers at 23%. And I get the red box windows could not configure one or more system components etc. )xC1900101-0x30018, the installation failed in the first_boot phase with an error during SYSPREP operation. Any suggestions or should I go for a complete reinstall and not keeping existing apps and data? Its an HP Pavilion dv6 laptop. Works fine on the original Windows 10 pro to which the system has regressed back to fortunately.
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It's not happy with something it's running into, obviously. Are you trying to go from 10240 to 10586? Don't know what you currently are on. You could spend hours/days fighting the "Upgrade" path, when a clean install will start you fresh. Probably spend less time reinstalling your apps and transferring your data back. Backup first to something external and disconnect it when doing the clean install.

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Since I installed Win 10 Build 10240 a few months ago Windows Update has been trying on an almost daily basis to upgrade it to the current Build 10586. While all other updates seem to have installed normally, this one has consistently failed. Yesterday I tried a manual upgrade using a DVD of the downloaded Build 10586. I turned off Windows Defender and Windows Firewall and ran Setup from the DVD as Administrator. But it failed during the initial Installing Windows phase at roughly the 18% mark, leaving what has to be the most useless message Microsoft has ever come up with: "Something happened--Windows 10 installation has failed". I looked at setuperr.log but am not able to decipher what may have happened. I've attached that log; can anyone come up with a reason the installation failed and what I might be able to do about it? (I realize that I could probably do a clean install of Build 10586 but would prefer to do the upgrade if possible.

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I have a Chuwi Hi8 tablet. Yesterday I upgraded the preinstalled Windows 10 RTM to the latest build 10586.104 and got the well-known Wi-Fi Not Available problem. I tried the recipes from this article and what I found in other Internet resources, but nothing helped. Does anybody know how to solve this problem?

P.S. When I open the Device Manager, I see no problems with the installed hardware. Windows reports that all drivers are installed and work correctly. The same concerns the Broadcom 802.11n Wireless SDIO Adapter.

P.P.S. The website of the device (http://en.chuwi.com/product/items/Chuwi-Hi8-pro.html) does not help a lot. They do not provide a driver package I can use to reinstall the drivers. I even can't register on their forum to request the driver pack.

A:Wi-Fi not available problem on tablet after upgrade to W10 build 10586

I've solved this puzzle. When I was searching for a solution a couple of days ago, I saw that reinstalling the Wi-Fi adapter driver helped some people to solve this problem. I had a custom pack of the Chuwi tablet drivers (I had found them earlier on their support forum here: Driver download HI8 PRO - General - Chuwi Forum - Forum.chuwi.com). However, reinstalling the driver did not help me two days ago.

Today I analyzed the installation .inf file for the Wi-FI driver and saw that it should create special registry keys with driver settings, etc. I supposed that the required registry keys were not created when I reinstalled the driver the previous time and I decided to reinstall the driver again - but now checking the option "Delete the driver software for this device" in the "Confirm Device Uninstall" dialog.

And it helped!! The Wi-Fi driver started to work immediately after doing this.

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I have Insider Preview 10525 installed on a dual boot system with openSUSE. Windows 10 is activated. However even though I'm on the Fast Ring I haven't gotten any updates or new build for quite awhile. I use WSUS to get security updates.

I downloaded Windows TH2 Build 10568 from the "official" Windows 10 News site (Microsoft - but uses MEGA servers) which posted today.

Windows 10 boots fine but says to install Windows from my installed copy - fair enough.

When I run setup.exe from the DVD I get the helpful message "Something happened" - real informative. After trying several times I get to the license page and skip the updates (this caused the helpful message above. I skipped the product key entry since Windows 10 was installed and activated. Then I get the refallyh bizarre error that the installer cannot determine if I am running Windows 10!

I have almost 97 programs installed and working great so I'm not going to do a clean install. I probably can't return to build 10240 if I use the recovery mode but I'm almost ready to try to revert - if I can - since I have an image created by the AOEMI Backupper program which has restored system backups many times when I or Windows screws up.

Does anybody have any idea how I'll be able to install build 10586 - since apparently the normal Windows 10 update in Settings is not going to work.

A:Can't upgrade Insider Preview 10525 to TH2 Build 10586

Moved to where??

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Is this build version outdated? I am using this version so do I need to upgrade it or something?
 

A:Windows 10 build 10240

Is this the same laptop in this thread?
https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-10-64-bit-on-low-specs.1180786/

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Build 10240 now available for Windows Insiders in Fast and Slow rings | Blogging Windows

A:Windows 10 build 10240 now available

The chaos that has surrounded the update to 10240 bodes ill for the 29th.

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Microsoft has reportedly finalized Windows 10 ahead of its July 29 release date. The company has selected build 10240 as the final release to manufacturing (RTM) copy according to sources familiar with the matter as reported by The Verge.

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A:Windows 10 has been finalized, goes RTM on build 10240

Installing in my VM now 30% done.
 

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Hello,
So I have seen that Windows 10 build 10240 came out,should I install it or should i wait till July 29th
 

A:[DISCUSSION] Windows 10 Build 10240

If you are an active user to test the builds then go ahead, nothing should happen any wrongful situation. But if not then better secure your reservation to receive the most stable version as possible of Windows 10 valid to be lifetime.

Just feel your guts which you prefer to be comfortable.
 

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windows tells me my Laptop is up to date build 10240
Cant see this is correct

A:windows tells me my Laptop is up to date build 10240

Did you receive the update for th2 10586 back in November or have you been receiving Windows updates ?

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Hi,
I have a Packard Bell OneTwo S3221. It came factory installed with W7.

I upgraded to W10 last year after difficulty - upgrading to W10 via Windows update would not work, kept installing to a certain percentage then would reboot to a blank screen and freeze indefinitely, I needed to power off then on restart it would roll back to W7. This happened repeatedly despite trying all sorts - clean boots, uninstalling antivirus and updating drivers, etc.

I finally installed W10 using Media creation tool. Everything ran fine. But when the big update came in Novmember 2015 that failed to, in the same way as above, however all other monthly windows updates install fine.

Windows update never tried to push the Nov 2015 update on me again - I'm still on build 10240 now.

I was prompted to install the anniversary update by Windows update last week but that also failed in the same way as above. Download ok and begins installing fine, then at some point after 50% complete I get the blank screen indefinitely and have to power off, then it reverts back to W10 build 10240.

Having checked Packard Bell website my model is not supported by Packard Bell for W10, and they are not providing any drivers for it. This may explain the problems.

Can anyone suggest how to find out what the problem is and if there is a solution? I've tried looking in Update history for error codes, but there is none, it doesn't even show an attempt to install the anniversary update. Like i said every other ... Read more

A:Can't install Windows 10 Anniversary update, stuck on build 10240

Hi, simplest answer is avoid windows update and create the appropriate bootable medium or iso and use it as you did before.
As you know plenty of people have this sort of problem.

Note that the upgrade can introduce new issues for some (search the net), and some are delaying because of that. Older machines like yours could well exhibit such problems. So before you make this change, I recommend you create a disk image of your existing setup - a procedure you should do routinely anyway- to give another way of restoring your system.
E.g. Macrium Reflect (free) + its boot medium + external storage for images.

It's best to have a physical bootable medium as it covers all of:
a. if you need to repeat the installation
b. as a bootable medium for recovery options
c. in case you need to do an in-place upgrade repair install

without taking up disk space.

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If you're still using this original version of Windows 10, Microsoft will stop updating and supporting it on May 9th.

Because Microsoft wants to focus on updating and supporting no more than 2 versions and builds at one time, I'm guessing version 1511 build 10586 will be next on the chopping block.

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My win 10 pro build 10240 hasn't received the November update build 1511 while my other win 10 home versions have. I know I'm not the only one having this problem but here's my two cents. On my xw4600, I upgraded from win 8.1 pro to win 10 pro as soon as 10 was available some months ago. I still receive other windows updates. I downloaded the most recent iso from the media creation tool but I don't have an option to mount it from the right click menu. Both sfc and dism have no issues. I would burn it do a disk but I've read other users say its just reinstalled build 10240 instead.

I was using another random win 10 pro computer at work today and noticed it hasn't received the November update yet either. Anyone else with win 10 pro that did get the update?

Maybe this issue has more to it, like when I upgraded to 10 pro I had an issue with onedrive. I don't really use it so I only disabled it from startup in the task manager, but it as a service disappeared (except for registry entries and program files) and I haven't found a way to reinstall it ... yet. I know I could do a clean install of windows but that's not my style. I move from pc to pc over the years using disk images. This onedrive issue is the only problem I've come across that I haven't figured out, without a clean install. I mean, I wiped onedrive from my system completely, registry keys and all, but attempts to reinstall fall short (error corrupted file). During the attempted installation it place... Read more

A:win 10 pro build 10240 hasn't received the November update build 1511

RE : I downloaded the most recent iso from the media creation tool but I don't have an option to mount it from the right click menu.

Did you burn the iso to a bootable media, then insert the media to the computer ?
If that was what you did, then you would NOT see the Mount option.
Instead, you would see the Setup option. Use that to start the installation.

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How can I do this? Thanks. Does it need to be a fresh install?

A:Can I upgrade Windows 10 1511 from 10240?

Originally Posted by pectin232


How can I do this? Thanks. Does it need to be a fresh install?



Click the upgrade now button here:
Windows 10

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Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix ((((((( log file I applyCBS.rar

Windows 10 pro x64 licensing

A:windows 10 build 10586 sfc /scannow

Originally Posted by edhappy


Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix ((((((( log file I applyCBS.rar

Windows 10 pro x64 licensing





This method requires you to have an isodownloaded from Tech Bench.
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/techbench

Once you have it downloaded from Tech Bench, right click at it > click Mount> leave it there.
Now go back to your elevated command prompt, at the flashing prompt, copy/paste this command line......................

Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /Source:wim:d:\sources\install.wim:1 /limitaccess

Note : d is the drive where the iso is mounted. Change it if your driver letter is different.

DISM - Repair Windows 10 Image

When it is completed, you should get the report that the operation issuccessful.
Now run the sfc /scannow again. It should be ok this time.

You may have to run the sfc scan a few times for it to fix the files

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Hey guys,

So how do you like the build 10586.26?

What are your general impressions?

The issues I noticed on earlier versions of win 10 seem ironed out and everything Is working ok.

What do you guys think about it?

A:Windows 10 impressions? Build 10586.26

Working just fine. Stable and fast.

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I updated my Windows 10 pro to 10586 build (not insider) using windows update.

And now my network connection is gone. LAN cable is connected router is fine other PCs connect just fine i even tried changing LAN cables and ports on router. I see exclamation mark in task bar on network connection icon and it says no internet connection, local network is inaccessible too. there is no problems in device manager, it says network adapters working fine, automatic repair wizard can not find any problems.
I have two network adapters one Ethernet gigabit adapter and one for hyper-v switch, can there be problem with hyper-v.

is there any solutions i can try?

there is no 3rd party antivirus or firewall installed.

A:No network after Windows 10 build 10586 update

Did you reinstall the drivers?

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Since 10586.71 has installed I have lost Metro altogether and Cortana will set alarms but not activate/announce them at the given times.

A:Windows 10 version 1511 build 10586.71

Originally Posted by paitchison


Since 10586.71 has installed I have lost Metro altogether and Cortana will set alarms but not activate/announce them at the given times.



Check for Updates. I just got a Cumulative Update resulting in installing 10586.104.

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Hi everyone,
Microsoft's just released major updates for Windows 10 called Fall updates. But I heard that some people (include my friends) having problems with ESET's HIPS feature after update to Windows 10 build 10586. Is there anyone in Malwaretips facing to this problem? I also found a thread complain about this bug on ESET forum
Eset hips and windows build 10586
ESET seems having lots of bugs when released ESET v9. It's not bug-free software company as I respect. So disapointed!
Here is my friend screenshot on Windows 10 TH2:

Ps: I'm using Windows 10 Education so I'm still not received any updates. I can't specify current situation of ESET on my machine
 

A:Is there anyone using ESS9 having problem with Windows 10 build 10586

This is an article written four months ago but looks interesting:

How To Configure ESET On Windows 10 & Enable HIPS
 

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Hi there,

I was trying to upgrade my Windows 10 build 10240 (RTM) to build 10586 (version 1511) via Windows Update but the Windows Update always gave me this error (see the attached screenshot below). Oddly enough, there was no error code shown and Windows couldn't seem to download the update. I had tried click the retry so many times, but it just couldn't download it.

So, I went download the ISO file and copied the ISO into the USB drives. I ran the setup.exe and it gave me this error: "Setup couldn't start properly. Please reboot you PC and try and running Windows 10 setup again."
I rebooted the PC and still I couldn't start the setup.

I read somewhere in the internet that deleting the $Windows.~BT, $Windows.~WS, and also the Windows.old folder will resolve the problem. The latter had been deleted and I tried to delete the $Windows.~BT by using the command prompt (because I can't delete it with File Explorer). Some files were successfully deleted but there is about 4.5 MB left now in that folder. When trying to delete these files, command prompt says that access is denied. If I delete them using File Explorer, it will say that the action can't be completed because the folder or a file in it is open in another program.

Do I miss something or is there any solution to this problem? I hope you guys can't help me solve the problem. It's very frustrating.

Thank you

A:Can't Install Windows 10 build 10586 using ISO file

Hi this covers this fairly thoroughly.
[Solved] How to Fix set-up couldnt start properly error in Windows 10,7,8

Note the suggestion about deleting those folders in Safe Mode- or that fails, you can do it from by rebooting using installation medium, select Repair my PC, navigate to a command prompt, find your windows partition or disk, and delete the folders.

Also note that you should run Windows update to check you are up to date.

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I recently had a clean install on my system using the windows 10 November update iso that I've gotten. Everything seems to work fine with installing drivers like intel hd, rapid storage, audio, serial io, chipset, card reader but when I installed the latest NVidia graphics v359 screen just goes black with only cursor visible and a new hardware sound, i had to force shutdown the system but rebooted just fine.

Anyone had this issues? I just feel somethings not installed right

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Hi everyone,

Today we are releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10586 to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. This build is really focused on bug fixes and general improvements. We?ve been loving this build in our internal rings as it is very fast and smooth, and makes a great daily driver.

THIS MAY BE THE FINAL THRESHOLD BUILD

Full article: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10586
 

A:Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10586

Secondmineboy said:





Hi everyone,

Today we are releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10586 to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. This build is really focused on bug fixes and general improvements. We?ve been loving this build in our internal rings as it is very fast and smooth, and makes a great daily driver.

THIS MAY BE THE FINAL THRESHOLD BUILD

Full article: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10586Click to expand...

This is the Final Build threshold 2 Build no decktop watermark
 

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Dell PC running Windows 10 version 10240 has not automatically updated to latest OS. Check for new updates does not show update to version 10586.
I didn't want to lose my apps so downloaded the Windows 10 ISO and ran setup. Everything seemed to go OK until the PC restarted when the screen displayed 'Updating Windows' and at the point when it indicated all files had been uploaded and started to install drivers I got the message:
0xC1900101 - 0x30018 Failed FIRST_BOOT phase error during SYSPREP operation. The process returned to W10 build 10240.

I've run sfc /scannow and DISM... to no avail.

Why do I need build 10586? It overcomes a problem when using a Logitech camera with integral microphone that does not work.

A:Windows Update not showing W10 Build 10586

windows update not showing build 10586. Have 10240 installed. Tried installing w10 whilst keeping apps using ISO disc to no avail. Got error 0xC1900101 - 0x30018 Failed FIRST_BOOT phase error during SYSPREP operation. Returned to previous version.
Tried sfc /scannow and DISM ... without success.
Also tried resetting Windows Update using a script but that's not worked either.

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Hi everyone,

Today we are releasing Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 10586 to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. This build for mobile has a lots of good bug fixes and general improvements for you to check out. Overall this is a really great build, and we?re excited to get it out there for all of you to try. There is an important note for anyone who installed Build 10581 and then subsequently factory reset your phone, so please make sure to check out the known issues below.

Full Article: Announcing Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 10586
 

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Microsoft today released a new cumulative update for Windows 10 PCs and phones, bringing the build number to 10586.494.

KB3172985 is a bit of a mystery at the moment, as Microsoft hasn't published a changelog for either version. Typically, the PC release notes would be published to the Windows 10 Update History page, which isn't currently showing anything new.

The Mobile version is always a bit of a jumble, the release notes sometimes showing up in Microsoft's Answers forum and occasionally, in the Feedback Hub. Perhaps most interesting is that the changelog for phones is almost never available at the time that the update is offered.

The last cumulative update that we saw was 10586.454 in the Release Preview ring. No Release Preview update has ever made it to the Production ring, so the last public update was 10586.420.
 

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Hello!Do anyone have any expirance how the T430s work with the Windows 10 Novemver upgrade Version 1511 (build 10586)?Is there problems?

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Microsoft today released the first cumulative update for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update since its release a week ago. KB3176495 brings the build number to 14393.51.

As with most cumulative updates, don't expect to see any new features. Instead, it focuses on fixes and improvements.

Here's what's new:

Improved reliability for Internet Explorer 11.
Addressed issue to keep pen click settings after updating to Windows 10 Version 1607.
Addressed issue that may cause Windows 10 Mobile devices to hang after turning Bluetooth on and off very quickly.
Security updates to Kernel Mode Drivers, Microsoft Graphics Component, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer 11, and Windows Authentication Methods.
Of course, not everyone is on the Anniversary Update yet, and today is Patch Tuesday, so everyone gets a patch. Microsoft also released build 10586.545 (for the November Update, Version 1511) and 10240.17071 (for the original Windows 10 release, 1507).

Here are the improvements in 10586.545:

Improved reliability by allowing more time for devices to recover from connected standby mode.
Addressed issue affecting some devices with Bitlocker enabled that didn?t start up to the BitLocker password entry screen.
Addressed issue with MouseUp and MouseDown events not working correctly when using a scroll bar in an Inline Frame (IFrame).
Addressed issue that delays the display of content when resizing the Internet Explorer 11 browser window.
Addressed issue with special ke... Read more

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With the new 10586 build something has changed where app suggestions remain in the Start Menu even after permanently removing the Windows store/Metro apps via DISM.

Besides taking the easy route and changing this setting in the Settings app (which, if used, will not persist after sysprep), are there any known registry hacks out there since such a setting doesn't exist in Group Policy as it should?

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Hi everyone,

We have another Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 10586 which we?re releasing today to Windows Insiders in the Fast and Slow ring.

This build continues to address feedback we?ve received from Windows Insiders as well as customers using our brand new Windows 10 phones like the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL. As with the previous release, this Cumulative Update continues to use the minor version for differentiating between each version ? so this build will appear as 10586.36.

SOURCE: Announcing Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 10586.36
 

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Hello All,

I am trying to update my son's CL10-B-103 with Windows 10.0 (build 10240) to Windows 10 build 10586 but it won't work until now. Please, I need some help.

I am using a Kingston DataTraveler 100 G3 32 GB USB Stick because the storage space of the built in 32GB HD is not enough. The download went successful, also the preparation. But after al long waiting, at about 8% total, the CL10-B-103 reboots after which the message "place the external storage and press OK" appears (https://forum.toshiba.eu/showthread....ght=cl10-b-103). I was able to press OK, but then the system is recovering to the old Windows 10 version (build 10240).

And this after several times the same.....

At this moment I am not able to update the laptop the latest Windows 10. Please, am I doing something wrong? What is this?

Many, many thanks in advance!!!

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Hi everyone,
Firstly, wish all of you have a nice day!
I'm facing with a problem on Windows 10. When I see video, I open it the first time, no problem is happened. But when I try to open it again, it's opened, but not play, only freezes at the first frame, I can't do anything except restart Windows. I'm using Windows 10 Edu build 10586 and VLC for playing videos. I also tried another player such as Windows default, K-lite. But can't solved. Does anyone have this problem like me?
 

A:Windows 10 build 10586 Video Playback Issue

Hi @Maxxx58 , in most cases it would be an issue with the graphics driver software. Have you tried with your graphics control panel and reset to default and check? If this doesn't fix, make sure that you are not facing the same problem w.r.t browsers when you play videos. If the issue continues, try to reinstall the graphics driver and check. And even if this doesnt help I recommend you to perform a system restore to a good previous working environment. When you do restore, if you have installed any new applications and if that is not compatible with your system softwares, the software will be removed and there would be a fix right there.
 

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Hi everyone,
Have a nice day!
I'm facing problem with Kaspersky Total Security 2016 and Windows 10 build 10586. When I turn my computer on, it said that both Kaspersky and Windows Defender turned off. But when I check, Kaspersky seems normally (open app windows normally, check and update virus databases normally, check task manager and see Kaspersky services). What's problem with Kaspersky on Windows 10 build 10586, it has no problem with build 10240 before. Is there anyone facing this problem, too?

Windows 10 build 10586 has lots of bugs with me. So disappointed with Microsoft!
 

A:Kaspersky 2016 and Windows 10 build 10586 compatibility?

A new patch D for 2016MR0c is being tested to give again W10 TH2 support and its new kernel modifications.

I'm testing new upcoming KTS2016MR1 beta (last one 16.0.1.351) in W10 Pro TH2 x64 and working so fine/stable here... I hope RC coming soon.
 

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When I tried to download the Windows 10 update, the download stopped at 19% and I got th status as error. I was howeer unable to determine the error type. Please help determine the issue and a fix for the same.

Thanks

A:Windows 10 v1511 build 10586 download error

Use one of the following links to install Win 10 Home 10586

Media Creation Tool
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/windows10
Tech Bench
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/softw...load/techbench

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hi,
every time i install windows 10 version 1511 o.s. build 10586.545 and reboot,
i get a INACCESSABLE_BOOT_DEVICE error and i have had to do a fresh install of windows 10 (using the repair tools.)
so i have no dump files but it seems to happen when the video card takes over control of the graphics for windows.
the one thing i do want to point out is i do have a Nvidia raid 1 setup on that box.
thanks
Nathan Saunders

NIMITZ-Sat_08_20_2016__03813_59.zip

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