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Windows 10 Version 1511 (build 10586) with T430s

Q: Windows 10 Version 1511 (build 10586) with T430s

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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Preferred Solution: Windows 10 Version 1511 (build 10586) with T430s

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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,
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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Fails to Upgrade to Windows 10 v.1511, 10586

Firstly, I have bought a Laptop which including Windows 10 OEM from factory then I add SSD and Clone HHD which have a licence (all of disk to SSD). After that, I have been trying to up version to be 10586, during updating version in update sitting were normally and done by no any problem then it needed to restart and I did it. After windows has restarted show message as the figure The version in my laptop still shows the old version, so I tried to solved the problem by reading this Fails to Upgrade to Windows 10 v.1511, 10586 (Nov.update)! that have a same problem. However, I could not fix this problem.

How can it fix it out. (Even my laptop has been remoted by Microsoft support for 2 hour that he tried to fix but he could not as well)

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After update at Version 1511 of Windows 10 I run into problems: windows was freezing. At the beginning for not reason at all but afterwards I've noticed that it was freezing during this video autoplay in facebook for example.Other symptoms were that youtube was not functioning, in any of the browsers. Best results were in Chrome but also there the sound was not functioning. Googling it did not helped so I've tried somehow to solve it without a clean install (**bleep** Microsoft way...)and I've found the solution: I've reinstalled the video driver. I've took the one for Windows 7 from lenovo support site, set in in compatibility mode and reinstall it. This seems to solve the problem and I've wanted to share it with you. Laptop in case is an x201 but an update on a T410 is in progress and I will make the checks for the symptoms and if they are the same I will try this one on. Will let you know if there are any updates.

A:Windows 10 Version 1511 10586 freezes (mainly on v...

L.E. T410 does not seem to show the same symptoms. It seems the update was installed correctly.

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Windows Update recently downloaded and installed Windows 10 Pro version 1511 10586 on my HP Elite 8300 CMT desktop. So far, this OS seems to work quite well except it won't shut down when I click Shut Down in the Power menu so I have to press the power button on the front of the CPU for a few seconds. It will shut down, however, in Safe Mode. Anyone else having this problem and is there a fix? I've been told that I'll probably need to do a clean install. Some of the replies on Microsoft support don't appear to have helped those who asked so I thought I'd check here before trying anything else.

A:Windows 10 Pro version 1511 10586 Won't Shut Down

hello, and welcome to tenforums , cant say I have experienced this on any of my installs .but I do use a different method than you are using of shutting down , give it a try ,, right click on the desktop and choose New shortcut , type in , slidetoshutdown.exe ,click Ok , save to the desktop ,,double click to shutdown , you can drag it down with the mouse ,or hit the Windows key , also if you wish you can put an icon to the file ,right click on the file and choose properties/change icon ,ok, and pick an icon ,I pick the red one

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Windows Update recently downloaded and installed Windows 10 Pro version 1511 10586 on my HP Elite 8300 desktop. So far, this OS seems to work quite well except it won't shut down when I click Shut Down in the Power menu so I have to pull the power cable - something I'd prefer to avoid. Anyone else having this problem and is there a fix? Some of the replies on Microsoft support don't appear to have helped those who asked so I thought I'd check here before trying anything else.
 

A:Windows 10 Pro Version 1511 10586 Doesn't Shut Down

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Upgrade to Windows 10 Home, version 1511, 10586 will not download and install. However the updater keeps telling me it is ready for installation, then is decides on it's own to restart any damn time it wants to. For a while, I had control over this. Then, like a dummy, I decided to see if there were any updates. MS snuck a piece of software in during the look see, and now it's back to doing what it wants. I'm developing an irrational hatred for Windows 10

I would like to know how I can take absolute control of my Windows Updater. Furthermore, I'd like to force this update to download and control whether it is installed or not. I don't seem to be able to get any information on it. Is it even necessary?

If someone can help I would really appreciate it. TIA andythebeagle

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Hi,
I downloaded the most recent update today, and when it came to restarting my computer to finish the install windows showed this error message:
https://i.gyazo.com/52eea1403ce9b5b9...f9085299cc.png
With the error code 0x80070032.
When I press Restart Now, it just shows the same message.
Any ideas on how to fix?

A:Windows can't finish installing version 1511, 10586.

Hold down the power switch until the computer shuts down. Turn it back on and the problem will probably be resolved.

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Hi,
The Windows 10 Home, version 1511 10586 update came out a while ago now, and everyday since I've tried installing it and yet I still can't. It downloads fine, but then when I need to restart to "finish the update", I'm presented with the error message




We're having trouble restarting to finish the install. Try again in a little while. If you keep seeing this, try searching the web or contacting support for help. This error code might help: (0x80070032)



This is what it looks like:

Any ideas?
Thanks,
Jordan.

A:Still can't update to windows 10 Home, version 1511, 10586.

You had been using Windows Update which you have failed to install 10586.

Consider trying the other method also recommended by Microsoft itself.
Download the Media Creation Tool (MCT)

Make sure you select the same language, same bit version and same Windows Edition as the one you are now running.
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/windows10

Once it is downloaded, run the Tool > select Create installation media for another PC.
That will begin downloading the ISO file to your computer.
When it is downloaded, right click at the ISO file > click Mount > click Setup.exe.
That will begin installing.
You have the choice of keeping your settings, files and apps, or keeping nothing.
No product key is required.
Activation is automatic.

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Keep repeating on the update and won't update it...

Any solution?

A:Problem Upgrade to Windows 10 Pro, version 1511, 10586

Hi ElmoElbadry, welcome to Ten Forums. You can use upgrade from an iso. This is from the tutorial forum. Windows 10 ISO Download - Windows 10 Forums .

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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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The windows update 'Upgrade to Windows 10 Enterprise, version 1511, 10586' fails with 'Windows can't be installed because this PC has an unsupported disk layout for UEFI firmware'.

This PC (laptop) is running Windows-To-Go (Windows 10) from a an external USB SSD. It has been running this way for a few months now without any issues. The 'original' system, i.e. the internal SSD of the laptop is running Windows 8.1 Enterprise and I had created the Windows-To-Go installation from there.

My Disk Management looks like this:
Disk0 (offline when using Windows-To-Go): 300MB (Recovery Partition), 100MB (EFI System Partition), 97GB (Primary Partition - Windows 8.1 Enterprise), 140GB (Primary Partition)
Disk1 (online = USB SSD): 350MB FAT32 (System, Active, Primary Partition), 238GB NTFS (Boot, Page File, Crash Dump, Primary Partition)

Any ideas how I can get the update version 1511, 10586 to install?

Thanks

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tried to install the upgrade to windows 10 home, version 1511, 10586, and it refuses to take, keeps telling me there's a problem and to try again later.

A:problem with upgrade to windows 10 home, version 1511, 10586

You can download the Windows 10 ISO from Microsoft's Tech Bench site. The standard version is Windows 10 (others are restricted) and it can install/update both Windows 10 Home and Pro, depending on previous version (for upgrade) or serial (for clean-install). Download 32-bit or 64-bit according to your present Windows version.

A warning for English: There are two choices for English which are misleading. If you download the wrong language version you cannot use it to upgrade your present Windows version!

To save you the trouble:

"English" = American English (US) which most users have when installing the English version of Windows.

"International English" = British English (GB) which are mainly used in UK. This version cannot be used to upgrade English US Windows! Beware!

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I have been trying for a full week now, to no avail. Whenever I apply the update, it goes to the "Restarting" screen...and gets stuck there indefinitely. Even after a few hours, it's still on that screen. So ultimately I have to force shutdown my PC (after which I can use it as per normal). I also do not believe I have any malware on my PC (have scanned multiple times with Kaspersky just to be sure).

I had updated to Windows 8 > 8.1 > 10 on this same PC before and never faced a single issue. I also never mess around much with default system settings.

Meanwhile, for my laptop, the update went extremely smoothly.

So can someone please help me out here?

Thanks!

A:Windows 10 fails to update to version 1511 (10586), always gets stuck

Originally Posted by himmatsj


I have been trying for a full week now, to no avail. Whenever I apply the update, it goes to the "Restarting" screen...and gets stuck there indefinitely. Even after a few hours, it's still on that screen. So ultimately I have to force shutdown my PC (after which I can use it as per normal). I also do not believe I have any malware on my PC (have scanned multiple times with Kaspersky just to be sure).

I had updated to Windows 8 > 8.1 > 10 on this same PC before and never faced a single issue. I also never mess around much with default system settings.

Meanwhile, for my laptop, the update went extremely smoothly.

So can someone please help me out here?

Thanks!



Disable (preferrably uninstall) your Antivirus utility before attempting the upgrade.Restart a few times then try again.Disable General USB Devices (example - Smart Card Reader).If you are using a SCSI hard disk, make sure you have drivers available for your storage device on a thumdrive and it is connected. During Windows 10 setup, click the Custom Advanced Option and use the Load Driver command to load the appropriate driver for the SCSI drive. If this does not work and setup still fails, consider switching to a IDE based hard disk.Perform a clean boot, restart then try again.If you are upgrading using the .ISO file, disconnect from the Internet during setup, if you are connected by LAN (Ethernet) or Wi-Fi, disabl... Read more

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MS made me update a couple of days ago. I just discovered this morning that it disabled Norton 360. It also removed CCLeaner, and turned off my Norton firewall. I have to reauthorize some other products but my main problem is that I don't know if I have antivirus anymore..
I try to turn Windows Defender on and it tells me that it is off but I have no option t turn it on. Norton wont open, is no longer on the bar at the bottom but is listed in "APPs", but like I said, wont open.
I tried to reinstall but I get a popup in the lower right telling me that Norton 360 wont run on this version of Windows.
It comes free with Comcast/Xfinity and has always worked well, until now. I did manage to turn the Windows firewall on. I set the default browser to EDGE, which I DO NOT like because it rearranges all of my favorites.
I cannot find an answer. I am just about ready to move to a MacBook for regular use. I have an offline computer for audio work. I have not upgraded it to W-10 and frankly I'm scared to. It has no antivirus because it has no email and very limited online use... ok, I digress.
What do I do to get Norton Working?
I posted the question on the Xfinity board and will on the Norton forums.

Thanks for any help.

J

A:Norton 360 wont run on this version of Windows... (update 1511 10586.3

I fixed it, took most of the day. I finally rolled back to the earlier version of Windows. CCleaner came back BUT I checked, Norton had not scanned my system since 9/29/15!!! Prior to that it was scanning regularly I had not noticed. I am NOT happy with Windows-10. I've about had it. I'm about ready to get a MacBook for the web and keep my DAW on Windows. I hardly ever go online with it and it doesn't have anything on it except recording programs, Acronis, and a few other things.
I feel like dealing with MS is like dealing with the government, I just don't like the whole attitude of "WE Updated Your PC".. They shuld have said "You Updated Your PC"... small things like that matter, it shows their arrogance... and my files were NOT right where I left them.
OK.. thanks,
J

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hey there,i have been having some trouble, i have updated to Windows 10 Home, version 1511, 10586 but it says i have to restart again and again and it never goes away. I do not get an errors or anything like that its just that the update stays and keeps restarting my pc every few hours.
thanks for the help in advance,

A:Upgrade to Windows 10 Home, version 1511, 10586 restars

Hello, if you can be precise about any message, that may help.

Have a look at this.. is this the same or different to your situation.. and does anything help here?
Solved Fails to Upgrade to Windows 10 v.1511, 10586 (Nov.update)! - Windows 10 Forums

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I have a 4 week old HP notebook with Windows 10 already installed.
The above Upgrade (Update??) has failed 3 times & I suspect it is the
root of other problems (Can't create more user accounts, can't sign in
to Cortana.)
According to the web others are experiencing the same problems.
Would appreciate some advice.

A:Upgrade to Windows 10 Home, version 1511, 10586 Failed 3 times

Originally Posted by donnyboy


I have a 4 week old HP notebook with Windows 10 already installed.
The above Upgrade (Update??) has failed 3 times & I suspect it is the
root of other problems (Can't create more user accounts, can't sign in
to Cortana.)
According to the web others are experiencing the same problems.
Would appreciate some advice.



Hi donnyboy and welcome to Tenforums.
You could try downloading the ISO and performing a repair install using an in-place upgrade.
Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade - Windows 10 Forums

Basically, you right-click and mount the ISO, then run setup.exe from it.

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I tried to download it, but it has been downloading for 24 hours and seems stuck on 58% downloaded. Help

A:Upgrade to Windows 10 Home, version 1511, 10586 failed to install.

Originally Posted by Lil


I tried to download it, but it has been downloading for 24 hours and seems stuck on 58% downloaded. Help



What source are you downloading it from? Easiest method to get the file is Tech Bench:
Tech Bench

Easiest way to both download and create a USB flash drive is Media Creation Tool:
Windows 10 ISO Download - Windows 10 Forums

Option two in the above tutorial except on step 7 select USB flash drive and have an 8gb USB flash drive available. The flash drive you make can be used to upgrade Windows 7/8/8.1/10 to Windows 10 version 1511 and can also be used to boot from and clean install Windows 10.

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I've tried to install this multiple times: Upgrade to Windows 10 Pro, version 1511, 10586

Here's what I've done so far to try and fix:


Code:
sfc /scannow
multiple times as admin. No errors reported.

Code:
DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
sfc /scannow
I've checked the Windows logs but didn't find anything.

When Windows restarts I get the Windows logo, but it then goes to a blue screen and asks me if I want to restart, or reset my PC. I restart and then I get a message saying the update install failed.

A:Windows 10 Pro, version 1511, 10586 update fails multiple times

Try this if you have not tried it (you do not say)

Download iso, click on it and run setup.exe.

Windows 10

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After update at Version 1511 of Windows 10 I run into problems: windows was freezing. At the beginning for not reason at all but afterwards I've noticed that it was freezing during this video autoplay in facebook for example.
Other symptoms were that youtube was not functioning, in any of the browsers. Best results were in Chrome but also there the sound was not functioning.
 
Googling it did not helped so I've tried somehow to solve it without a clean install (**bleep** Microsoft way...)
and I've found the solution: I've reinstalled the video driver. I've took the one for Windows 7 from lenovo support site, set in in compatibility mode and reinstall it.
 
This seems to solve the problem and I've wanted to share it with you.
 
Laptop in case is an x201 but an update on a T410 is in progress and I will make the checks for the symptoms and if they are the same I will try this one on. Will let you know if there are any updates.

A:X201: Windows 10 Version 1511 10586 freezes (mainly on videos), youtube not working, etc.

L.E. T410 does not seem to show the same symptoms. It seems the update was installed correctly.

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I have downloaded Windows 10 Pro,version 1511,10586 but cannot instal.  I am told that Windows Steady State is not compatible and it should be uninstalled.  When I click on Uninstall I am informed that I must do this myself.  However, WSS
is not listed in programs in Control Panel and I am at a loss as to how I can uninstall or where and how to find WSS.  Please help. Papi J.

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I have a friends computer that required a USB update, I got that problem sorted out
But I noticed using winver that it shows Win 10 pro Ver 1511 OS Build 10586.545.
On My computer using winver my version is 1607 (OS Build 14393.105)

When I try to update my friends computer it reports that it is up to date, what is the solution

A:Win 10 pro Ver 1511 OS Build 10586.545

Hello, MS is phasing the release, so it's possible it's not been offered there yet.
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...update-history

You could check against that if your friend indeed has all the updates for 1511.

Now, you may know the anniversary build is widely reported as causing some people significant issues. So before upgrading, take additional precautions -use disk imaging- create a full disk image e.g. with Macrium Reflect (Free) + its boot medium + external storage for the images.

If sthg goes wrong from the PC being unbootable to data loss, you can recover without tears or technical help.

How do you get 1607 to manually install it?
a. search the web and you'll find out how to manually download iso's and create bootable Win 10 1607 media.
Or
b. Go here: (Tutorial section - have a look- lots of good things)
Windows 10 ISO Download - Windows 10 Forums

and this will help you.

Having a Win 10 bootable medium is advisable as it gives you some recovery options should your PC become unbootable.

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Good morning everyone! My updates show that 1511, 10586 is ready and will install after a restart. Well after it restarts it does nothing at all. Just restarts normally. It is set to auto restart so it just pops up in the middle of everything to restart and still does nothing. This is driving me crazy.... Any advice?

Thanks

Geeve

Edit: I tried to reset update and it acted like it redownloaded, but still no love

A:Update Version 1511, 10586 Won't install

OK I finally got it to take. I used this thread and batch file made by the awesome @Brink

Thank you so much for making this batch file! I am now updated!

Here is the thread for what worked for me:

Windows Update - Reset in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums

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I want to download an ISO file that can be used to correct problems using DISM. The problem I'm having is finding a ISO version compatible with the version I currently have. The ISO's I've seen are for 1607, and I am on 1511 10586.679. My question is where can I get a download to match my current system? I have been unable to find a reliable source.

Thanks

A:Want to Download ISO file for Version 1511 10586

Microsoft Windows and Office ISO Download Tool

Provides links directly to Microsoft to download the ISO's from.

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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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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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I have looked at various "solutions" through Google, seeing various threads here, on MS forum, and Reddit.

I tried the MS media tool, and got the same error as Solved Windows 10 Pro, version 1511, 10586 update fails multiple times - Page 2 - Windows 10 Forums

I tried a MS post http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w...2-fc804b200658
stopping/starting the services (catroot one said access denied, another either didn't say anything or was already stopped/started), which seemed to just remove the entry from the Windows Update window. After that it downloaded and wound up just being stuck again at 25% while I slept.

Windows is on my SSD. There is nothing special about my computer used for general and gaming use. All I have connected are the basics: USB keyboard/mouse/webcam/mic, monitor, non USB headset. I just have Windows Defender and basic Malwarebytes (manual updates and scans) as anti-virus on my computer.

This only started to do the forced restarts without my able to change dates a couple days ago. I have had defer updates on since installing Windows 10 a year ago, being notified.

I have tried sfc /scannow, update troubleshooter which can't find a problem...

Updating post after I try the Tech Bench method:

edit - I also have 177 GB free on the SSD.

edit - I am redoing the MS tool. I first redid the MS forum post of stopping those services but I didn't turn them back on (still have access denied on catroot, and I had to delete the old folder before renaming an... Read more

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my system wanted "to configure a separate update".
It downloaded forever, then said the update failed - no explanation.
"try again" downloaded what appears to be the whole lot again, taking forever.
It failed - no explanation.
Now its downloading forever again.

Aside from not telling me why its failing, why on earth are we still downloading stuff from scratch every time? Even Kermit 30 years ago knew how to start where it left off.
And, yes, it is a big deal - courtesy of BT, some of us out here are still on less than 1 meg at the best of times, and frequently at 0.6K (not a misprint).

A:update version 1511, 10586 fails and continously reloads

Download the ISO file and then run the setup.exe file from within your current Host OS

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/softw...load/techbench

to perform the update / upgrade manually

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Windows Voice Recorder doesn't work after update to version 1511 (OS 10586.36). When I go to use Windows Voice Recorder there is a message that pops up saying "before you can record, we need access to your Documents folder". I'm not able to figure out how to give Windows Voice Recorder access to the documents folder so any info on how I could do that would be very much appreciated. Thanks for any help I can get with this.

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I have Win 10 Pro 64 bit on a Dell Vostro 3460 with Intel Core i7, 8 GB RAM and Crucial 1TB SSD. All Dell diagnostics pass, Windows fully updated.
About 2 weeks ago (April 2016), the Windows Update for Version 1511 finally arrived and it is now at Build 10586.218
A few days (2 or 3) before that, IE 11 and Edge started to misbehave. It's possible that some final pre-upgrade-to-1511 upgrade did this - it is equally possible just a co-incidence.
The symptoms are that IE11 will open up but the address bar does not get populated and after a few seconds, it just disappears again. Edge does similar. When this happens, I sometimes try Firefox but that takes a long time to start - at least it starts. Chrome usually starts within a short time. There is no sure way to get IE and Edge back again. Rebooting sometimes does it. Usuallly, I have to use Turn Windows Features on and off to turn IE 11 off then on again (which given a restart is needed both times is timeconsuming).
I have tried clearing caches, Inetcpl.cpl, in place repair of Windows 10 and sfc /scannow. scannow blames a corrupt opencl.dll according to http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-windows_install/sfc-scannow-report-opencldll-bad/4209b042-1b7b-4fa2-a720-2c0e489d137b?page=5 which - if that thread is to be believed is something to do with Windows not treating the NVidia driver correctly or vice versa.
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I have Win 10 Pro 64 bit on a Dell Vostro 3460 with Intel Core i7, 8 GB RAM and Crucial 1TB SSD. All Dell diagnostics pass, Windows fully updated.
About 2 weeks ago (April 2016), the Windows Update for Version 1511 finally arrived and it is now at Build 10586.218
A few days (2 or 3) before that, IE 11 and Edge started to misbehave. It's possible that some final pre-upgrade-to-1511 upgrade did this - it is equally possible just a co-incidence.
The symptoms are that IE11 will open up but the address bar does not get populated and after a few seconds, it just disappears again. Edge does similar. When this happens, I sometimes try Firefox but that takes a long time to start - at least it starts. Chrome usually starts within a short time. There is no sure way to get IE and Edge back again. Rebooting sometimes does it. Usuallly, I have to use Turn Windows Features on and off to turn IE 11 off then on again (which given a restart is needed both times is timeconsuming).
I have tried clearing caches, Inetcpl.cpl, in place repair of Windows 10 and sfc /scannow. scannow blames a corrupt opencl.dll according to http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-windows_install/sfc-scannow-report-opencldll-bad/4209b042-1b7b-4fa2-a720-2c0e489d137b?page=5 which - if that thread is to be believed is something to do with Windows not treating the NVidia driver correctly or vice versa.
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Microsoft did an update to Windows 10 Pro (version 1511, 10586) in November 2015. I bought my laptop in April 2016. I am instructed to download and install this update. I have tried several times, going throught all the steps and through restart. After the restart and login, a pop-up states difficulty with update (didn't update). In viewing my "View your Update History", I see multiple dated entries for "upgrade failed to install".  On the Microsoft web forum are numerous entries on this issue. One suggested solution is to disable Windows Update Service, rename the SoftwareDistribution folder (C/Windows/SoftwareDistribution) to SoftwareDistribution2, re-enable Windows Update Service and try to install the update again. The HP Chat Agent didn't know about the issue and said he couldn't do anything about it.

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Windows 10 update to 1511, 10586 freezes at "Preparing to install updates 32%".
When this happened I did a search and followed the following:
ran
net stop wuauserv
net stop bits
Restarted and tried deleting all in c:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution but some wouldn't, so..
Restarted, stopped the above processes and successfully deleted all under c:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution
Reran the update.
"Checking for updates" took 10 minutes and then it stopped with "There were some problems ...."
Clicked Retry and off it went for about 35 minutes until freezing on "Preparing to install updates 32%" once again.
I left it for another hour but no change to 32% (in fact its still there now).
Ive been running Windows 10 since August without an serious problems.
Basically - help please.

A:Windows 10 update to 1511, 10586 freezes

Originally Posted by johnhenry


Windows 10 update to 1511, 10586 freezes at "Preparing to install updates 32%".
When this happened I did a search and followed the following:
ran
net stop wuauserv
net stop bits
Restarted and tried deleting all in c:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution but some wouldn't, so..
Restarted, stopped the above processes and successfully deleted all under c:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution
Reran the update.
"Checking for updates" took 10 minutes and then it stopped with "There were some problems ...."
Clicked Retry and off it went for about 35 minutes until freezing on "Preparing to install updates 32%" once again.
I left it for another hour but no change to 32% (in fact its still there now).
Ive been running Windows 10 since August without an serious problems.
Basically - help please.



Seems to me you were using Windows Update to install Win 10 10586.
If yes, suggest that you try one of the following links and give it a try...............

Media Creation Tool :
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/windows10

Tech Bench :
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/softw...load/techbench

My suggestions : assuming you are trying to update Win 10 10586 from an "older" Win 10 version.
1. Download the ISO from the link > save it to your computer.
Then RIGHT click at the ISO file > click Mount > click Setup.exe > installation will begin.
No product key is required. Activ... Read more

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Hi,

my first post here since i start to be pretty desperate. My Win 10 (version 10.0 Build 10240) has downloaded and installed version 1511, 10586 now already five times. Every time it asks to reboot to finish the upgrade there pops up a window in the lower right corner that says "We couldn't finish installing updates - Select this message to learn more". When i select it, I'm taken to the Update section where it says my computer is up to date. And when i check for updates it always finds the update version 1511, 10586 again. And prepares to install, and starts to download (takes for ages), and actually installs. And then again asks to reboot. And fails.

I hope there would be some solution to this, I upgraded from Win7 and this has been working until now. I REALLY hope I don't have to go back to Win7 and lose tons of installed programs. Any help appreciated.

A:Fails to Upgrade to Windows 10 v.1511, 10586 (Nov.update)!

You have been using Windows Update to install 10586.

How about download Media Creation Tool or Tech Bench and do the install ?

Media Creation Tool (MCT)
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/windows10

Tech Bench
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/softw...load/techbench

Let's use MCT as an example.
Download the Tool and run it > you can either
1. select Upgrade this PC now which will begin installation.
or
2. select Create Installation media for another PC which will begin downloading the iso file to your computer.
After iso file is downloaded, right click at the iso file > click Mount > click Setup.exe > installation will begin.

In both methods, you can keep you settings, files and apps.
No product key is required.
Activation is automatic.

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This x64 system was upgraded from Windows 7 Ultimate in August 2015. All the patches and updates have been applied successfully. I have eliminated all but one error. I have been working on this for days. I would appreciate any help resolving this error:

2016-08-24 15:35:51, Error MOUPG CInstallUI::GetDefaultLanguage(1715): Result = 0x80070002[gle=0x00000002]
2016-08-24 15:43:43, Error MOUPG CSetupManager::GetDUSetupResults(5249): Result = 0x80070490

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I am trying to perform the November update (1511) on this computer. (starting from the previous Windows 10 version)
Since I have another problem where it doesn't appear in Windows Update (despite fulfilling many requirements to make it appear), I am limited to perform the upgrade with the Media Creation Tool (which has re-implemented build 10586, 1511 into it after been pulled out)

However, the upgrade process failed when reaching 76%. After system restore and reboot, the following pop-up appeared:

Any ideas why this is happening? I upgraded this computer from Windows 7 to Windows 10 back in august, without any issue. Only now it did not find the November update through Windows Update and when using the Media Creation Tool it fails.

A:Windows 10 10586 (1511) upgrade fails / error 0x8007002C - 0x4000D

I had a similar problem with my system that was upgraded from W8.1 and I decided to do a clean install with the new 1511 ISO and it is a much better running system now.

Jim

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Hi,

After I updated to the latest Windows 10 "upgrade" (Build 1511, 10586) released yesterday thru Windows Update, my system shows only the Wi-Fi icon on Taskbar instead of the Ethernet Network icon which it used to display earlier. I have a wired broadband connection, and keep my Wi-Fi Adapter settings "Disabled". Yet, the icon shows the Aeroplane mode of Wi-Fi icon on Taskbar, instead of the Network icon it used to display before this update. At times my wired BB connection tends to become unstable, so I need to keep track if the connection is down, before I do some critical activity on Internet, like large download (which I may be unable to Resume), or Netbanking or online shopping, etc.
How do I get the Network icon instead of the Wi-Fi icon on the Taskbar in the new Build 1511 ?

Thanks
Ramesh

A:Network icon disappeared from Taskbar after Windows Update 1511 10586

Navigate to Settings>System>Notifications and actions.
Click on Turn system Icons on or off.
Check if the Network icon is turned off

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4PCs: Vista1 Vista2 Win8 Win10 using Workgroup Network:
The older PCs still behave normally, can see each other and Win10.
The Win10 PC has two problems: 1) It can't see Win8 (sees only the other 3). 2) Win10 Net View in command prompt shows no PCs, just a message about "system error 1231" and "see windows help". An older similar thread mentioned the net view problem may be related to the computer browser service, but it's running.

This is my first attempt to install Windows 10, so I have no previous installs to refer to or compare. In the past 15 years of home networking I think this is the first time a PC was totally invisible to only one other PC. It looks like the problem is Windows 10, considering the strange result from the net view command.

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I already have Windows 10 on this old spare system and I can see the above in the update page but I'm not allowed to obtain it.

Where can I check to see what build I have already installed please?
Thanks.

A:Have I already got 1511 10586?

Open a command prompt - top line will say 10240 or 10586

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Hello all.
Running windows 10 pro 64 bit.
I've updated from Version 1511 to the anniversary update, 1607.
Or at least, I thought I did.
The update went well, no hiccups, no errors. Used windows update, let it downloaded and install and rebooted. Alas, system still shows OS Version 1511.
Used update again, same thing, rebooted, 1511.
Went to the windows site, downloaded the windows10upgrade9252.exe, ran it, same exact issue, rebooted, still showing version 1511.
Error logs show no issues. Disabled all external drives, turned off anti-virus, etc, repeated, rinsed, rebooted, still version 1511.
Only think I've not done is burned an ISO to DVD and updated from that.
Any clues as to what's going on?
Thanks!
Nelson Davis

A:Updated Version 1511 to anniversary update, 1607, but still at 1511

Did you download it from Microsoft
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/windows10

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Right now I'm using windows 10 version 1511 , then I have to install windows update KB3199986 , the bad thing is that I have to upgrade my windows version to 1607 enable to have to install KB3199986? How can I upgrade my windows 10 version 1511 to 1607?? or can I install KB3199986 using my current windows 10 version 1511? Thank you...

A:How to upgrade windows version 1511 to version 1607

Go here:
Windows 10

Click the "Upgrade Now" button.

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Hi all,

I have a Samsung Laptop which has Windows 7 Home edition on it. I have upgraded it to the Windows 10 Home and all is fine. Windows now informs me that an upgrade version 1511, 10586 is ready to update so I clicked check for udates and it says click to download, which it has, then it says click to install, so I clicked install it then tries to install the new update but keeps on reverting to click RETRY. I have looked for advice on here and I have downloaded a .bat update resetting file, performed this and restarted my laptop. I then tried to check for updates and it finds the same update version 1511, 10586, I then run the install again, but the same thing keeps happening all the time, cant work this out at all.

Regards

Alan

A:1511 10586 update

Suggestion :
Use one of the following 2 download links, download the ISO file and do an in-place upgrade install.

Media Creation Tool (MCT)
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/windows10

Tech Bench
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/softw...load/techbench

Download the ISO file > right click at the iso > click Mount > click Setup.exe.
You can keep the settings, files and apps.
No product key needed.
Activation is automatic.

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Hi,

I have been trying to install this update for quite some time now, and actually even waited two weeks to see if this problem wasn't going to resolve itself, but apparently, i'm out of luck. It seems that this update fails to install every time i try to restart. I have tried re-downloading the update by deleting the files that were downloaded, but that didn't work, so i think we can rule out file corruption.

What i don't understand is, it doesn't even try to install the update. When it restarts, it doesn't say "Windows is installing updates, please don't turn off your computer." It just reboots normally, and when it boots up again, i get a notification saying that Windows has failed to install updates.

I've tried running a sfc/scannow and DISM check, but also no luck. Any suggestions on how to install this? Maybe there is a way to download this update manually, and install it through an ISO? Would appreciate any help.

Thanks,
Alex

A:Can't install Win 10 1511 10586 update

Originally Posted by AlexRD


Maybe there is a way to download this update manually, and install it through an ISO? Would appreciate any help.

Thanks,
Alex



Here are 2 links for you to choose from. Both will get you to install version 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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I can't retweet if the tweet doesn't contain a picture.
I can favorite [sic] but when clicking on the retweet icon I get "Retweet" and "Quote Tweet", neither of which responds to a click.
With an image then it works.
Obviously I can do this via the Twitter website but Ive had this problem since first installing Qindows 10 in August.

A:Twitter App problem still there in 1511, 10586

Having same problem hoping for a solution.

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My HP laptop automatically got a new update today. Took almost 35 minutes to get it done. So far the only thing not working is my SD Card Reader. Anyone have any suggestions to get it working, I use it a lot! Hp was originally windows 7 and first windows 10 update was several months ago. The reader was working on that version of 10, not sure which one it was.
Thanks

A:SD card reader not working after 10586 1511 update

What is the specific name of the card reader as in make/model?

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