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Old 17th August 2019, 09:21   #148071
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Old 17th August 2019, 09:33   #148072
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Old 17th August 2019, 09:57   #148073
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Old 17th August 2019, 09:58   #148074
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This Windows troubleshooter has made more changes to the registry and is now trying to download/install the new updates again, that'll be a couple of hours then



Two hours trying to download & install the new update & ....Nowt Message says 'Undoing changes made to your computer'


This is the 5th attempt now at trying to update to the latest Win 10 feature update.
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Two hours trying to download & install the new update & ....Nowt Message says 'Undoing changes made to your computer'


This is the 5th attempt now at trying to update to the latest Win 10 feature update.
Put more coal in it and give it a stoke
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Old 17th August 2019, 11:46   #148077
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LOL It's gone! I've had enough of microsoft, There's only a certain amount of puter hassle I've got patience for




I've tried everything on the microsoft troubleshooting page to no avail, Not just me having this latest 1903 feature/security update either.


The desktop PC now runs like a champ on a SSD with Ubuntu Bionic Beaver OS now Hassle free OS. The Win 10 hard drive is relegated to the bottom of the wardrobe safe from me kicking it down the garden
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Old 17th August 2019, 11:57   #148078
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Feature updates are biggies which require a complete reinstallation of the operating system. Issued twice yearly they are in effect a new version of the operating system, hence the need for a full reinstall. You can defer feature updates for up to 18 months if you have a pro version of W10, the hope in doing so being that any bugs will be sorted by the time you take the plunge. Best to do a full back before installling a feature update.



Not to be confused with the smaller and more regular quality/cumulative updates which tend to be issued monthly and cover general maintenance.
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Old 17th August 2019, 12:16   #148079
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Feature updates are biggies which require a complete reinstallation of the operating system. Issued twice yearly they are in effect a new version of the operating system, hence the need for a full reinstall. You can defer feature updates for up to 18 months if you have a pro version of W10, the hope in doing so being that any bugs will be sorted by the time you take the plunge. Best to do a full back before installling a feature update.



Not to be confused with the smaller and more regular quality/cumulative updates which tend to be issued monthly and cover general maintenance.



Yeah this trouble has been going on since June, The Win 10 version was coming to the end of that 18 months timeline, It's got something to do with older Intel drivers but microsoft doesn't tell you witch ones


I've deleted all the old update files and started again from scratch, the updates take two two hours only for it to fail at the last minute.
My Win 7 desktop upgrade to Win 10 was the same, nothing but trouble and full of errors where programs wouldn't start, no audio and lots of dll errors!!!
I binned that too, the hard drive was wiped & is now in my CCTV recorder.


I'm not putting my bank/paypal details into any OS that's not supported.
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Old 17th August 2019, 14:36   #148080
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Walk very slowly... You will be rattling with any sudden movements!
Tell me about it Andy. Out earlier for a bit of shopping, pick up a repeat of my "main" prescription and the omeprazole. Sad state of affairs coming home with more from the chemist than the shop

Also, I've mentioned before that my neighbour's wife has dementia, sadly they are now looking for a vacancy in a local nursing home.
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