I grabbed the install.esd from the upgrade from 11102. Created an ISO using DVD and USB. However, I get this "setup cannot continue due to a corrupted installation file". Tried going back to 11102 and repeated the process three time. Still same thing. (I have grabbed the install.esd file before and after the installation but it didn't make a difference. I'm trying to do a clean install by the way. Otherwise I just have to live with the updated OS.
I am attempting to install W10 through USB drive. However as I go through the setup steps, at some point the mouse will start lagging and the setup goes stuck. I don't know if it's a memory problem since I have 3gb of RAM. However if the PC is turned off for a long time the setup tends to continue longer though eventually it goes stuck.
Today 11-17-15 I restarted my computer to install the latest version of Window 10. (Not an Insider Build) The installation was going fine until now. It is stuck at 54%. The "breathe" animation on the percentage ring is still moving so it is not frozen.
Decided to install Windows 10 this weekend. From what I can tell, it installed properly. But cannot get past the "Welcome to Window 10" Screen. See image below. I am on a home-built PC with Window 7 Pro. All current updates to Windows 7 are installed, and the Win 10 compatability screen shows that my system is 100% compatible.I have been searching all over the internet to find a solution, and nothing seems to apply to me. here's what I've done:
I have rebooted. Disabled Microsoft's antivirus. Disabled ALL USB ports except for Mouse and Keyboard within the BIOS. I made sure my Bios is up to date (Asus Rampage IV Extreme). Unplugged everything from the PC, USB and Ethernet cable.
I have been able to get to a troubleshooting screen. See below. I can use Mouse and Keyboard here. But cannot boot into Win10 with mouse and Keyboard. I enabled Safe Mode, but when F8 is hit at startup, I am only able to get to a selection of Hard Drives (3rd Photo).The only thing I am able to do is revert back to Windows 7, which works fine after that.
I have tried installing from Windows Update, and the direct link download. I've uninstalled the Nvidia drivers, and still not able to proceed past the first image below. It's as if the mouse and keyboard do not work. So I cannot tell if the system is locking up when it gets to this point, or if something else is happening. The error code I get is: c1900101-40019, but don't see an exact answer to what that full code means.
I've upgraded to 10 and now am confused regarding how to continue my backup/restore from Win 7. When I access control panel, it refers back to Windows 7. I have no problems with reformatting my backup drive and starting with Windows 10. Is there a Win 10 Bu/restore program? How should I proceed?
When I try to upgrade my Dell XPS 15 running Win 8.1 to Win 10 I get a message "we couldn't update the system reserved partition", I only have an EFI system partition, not the 100MB DATA partition I've read about.
I had the upgrade to windows 10 icon in the bottom of my screen like a lot of others. But when it was time to upgrade I didn't want to because I am a gamer and don't want to upgrade before I know everything is safe (all drivers headset, gpu, mobo everything) but I clicked continue so I could accept all the conditions and such. But now it is going to upgrade automatically....
Just upgraded a Samsung Notebook from Windows 7 to Windows 10, keep getting "This application does not support this version of Windows" message regarding Fast Booting, tried compatibility fixes and turning the application off but the messgae still keeps popping up?
Although I have been notified that my upgrade is ready to install, every time I try this it fails with an error message code of '80070002'. I've followed MS instructions on how to fix but guess what - it still fails.
When I start the computer I get a Nag Message from OneDriveto Set Up OneDrive. I want to disable this nag message because I"m not sure I want to use OneDrive right now. How do I stop this message from appearing everytime I start the computer?
Although not a specifically Win10 message the regularity with which the message appears since updating to Win10 is beginning to annoy me. My set up has a small allocation to a recovery drive for the PC, a relic from a prior setup. I could probably delete the partition and merge it with another but for now it doesn't use up much space and happy to leave it except... Every so often I get a system message that says I have low disc space on this drive (in fact no space at all) and I want to stop the message from appearing, I know it is low on disc space and don't need to be told every half hour. how to stop it?
Also I do need to get into the depths of the OpSystem to start to understand privileges etc
Here's exactly what happens: I turn on my computer. Get to the lockscreen, tuck that away, enter my password so I can get to the desktop. Right when the desktop starts to appear, I get the above message.
When I searched this message online, all I found were various references to programs and apps. But this message doesn't appear when I run a program or app -- it just appears when my computer starts up.
I've looked in the "Startup" tab of Task Manager to see if there are any apps that shouldn't be there; I've also looked in Programs and Features to see if I've installed any programs recently that might be causing a problem. This has been happening for the past, oh, 3 or 4 days now. And honestly, the only installation/update I can see is a Windows 10 update.