I'm trying to install Windows 10 anniversary update, but it says I have to unintall HP Client Security Manager first. Is there a way around this? I'm using HP Client Security Manager 22.214.171.1244. Thanks.More replies
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?
Can you check to see what OS version you have? Check in settings > system > OS build. It should show something like 14393.5 or 14393.105 more replies
We couldn't install Windows 10
0xC1900101 - 0x40017
We've set you PC back to where it was right before you started installing Windows 10
The installation failed in the SECOND_BOOT phase with an error during BOOT operation
What was tried: Connected straight to ethernet, Turned off wireless and Defender A/V, Removing the D/L files, D/L fresh from ISO file, launched install file, went through approx 50% and PC rebooted - nor stuck on black screen with swirling dots for OVER 4 hours with a brief HD access every couple of seconds.
Rebooted again -- still swirling dots on black screen. Tried again, same results.
Rebooted with F8 to get original Win 10 back.
Turned on "metered connection" option for WLAN to stop this update from happening. But now I cannot get and security updates for this machine.
Please suspend this D/L until fixed. Cannot afford to have no protection!
I've wanted to download an app called Clamour, but I need a newer version of Windows Phone 10. I am part of the insider preview, and have searched for updates, however, I have no updates waiting yet. I thought the update rolled out to the Lumia 950. Has it not yet or am I missing something?More replies
windows 10 after update to anniversary update I have cycle reboot (only dell logo)
I think it's problem with driver INTEL RAPID ON (Intel Rapid Storage)
I'm have lates update driver and bios
I am downloading the update manually. Have others had the same issue with windows update not showing the update?
I'm not sure my WU is working because of this.
Originally Posted by Alicia J
I am downloading the update manually. Have others had the same issue with windows update not showing the update?
I'm not sure my WU is working because of this.
Have you tried this - https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/...setting_client
Recommended today by another forum member - may just work
I am trying to update from Windows 10 OS Build 10586.589 to the Anniversary Update but my computer freezes at 1% progress. I have tried everything I can think of including: Unplugging all extra SATA drives except my main SSD, unplugging my wireless network adapter, unplugging all USB devices (even mouse and keyboard), removing old drivers and updating outdated ones, and installing the update through a USB flash drive. It always gets to the same part and freezes until I shutdown my computer and lose no data.
You can see pictures of the frozen screen here: http://imgur.com/a/PseoH.
Reddit thread (Took the guys advice on there): Windows 10 Anniversary Update Freeze : Windows10
Hopefully someone can give me some guidance on how to fix this as I've tried everything I can think of. Thanks!
Motherboard: Asus M5A97 R2.0
CPU: AMD FX-8320 (OC)
GPU: EVGA GTX 750 SC OS
SSD: Samsung 840 EVO 120 GB SSD
Before installing windows 10 rs1 I would like to know what's the download size of it and does the OS reinstall all the crap ware(Microsoft edge,3d builder,groove etc) I removed from my PC after installing windows 10
Originally Posted by harihar akhil Before installing windows 10 rs1 I would like to know what's the download size of it and does the OS reinstall all the crap ware(Microsoft edge,3d builder,groove etc) I removed from my PC after installing windows 10 I expect the download to be about 3GB and so consider getting wifi or wired internet to do the update
I'm not sure how you got rid of edge but yes, those removed programs will be reinstalled as that is part of the update. If you removed the apps because you didn't enjoy them the first time, try them after getting the update, they've improved a lot
Is there any way to force the mobile Anniversary update on the HTC One M8? I am running build 494 but I would love the new features and I am trying to hold out buying a 950 or 950xl since the Surface Phone is potentially right around the corner. Plus my M8 looks brand new still:)More replies
After updating windows 10 anniversary, pc often remains frozen for a few seconds. It's a common problem to other PCs. Do you have a solution?
Valterred The Anniversary Update (AU) is a whole NEW version of Win10. The previous was 10586; this is 14393 -- and the community Win10 forums are awash with folks whose machines, which had previously been running Win10 without problems, SUDDENLY developed problems either trying to install this Update, or after installing this Update.My desktop has been running Win10 without problems since the earliest days of the Insider Preview over a year ago and it's sailed through Update after Update without problems. So, you can imagine my surprise when the AU trashed my PC -- to the degree that I restored it from an image backup. What MIGHT work is something known as a repair-install. This is the least destructive of all the Windows recovery functions and rewrites the Windows system files, including the drivers, leaving your data, settings, and applications intact.To do this, you will need to use the link to download Win10 installation media and either burn a DVD or create a USB stick: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-10/media-creation-tool-install?ocid=ms_wol_win10Note that when you go do download and build install media, the tool defaults to matching what is already installed on your PC (as in, Home for Home, 64-bit for 64-bit). Make sure you select the same version as needed for your PC. If you do not, the resulting media will be different and will force you to enter a NEW product code!Once you have that media, follow the instructions in t... Read more2 more replies
Microsoft are going to be rolling out improvements to Windows 10 systems over the coming weeks (starting today) with the "Windows 10 Anniversary Update"... think of it as a service pack!
If you're using Windows 10 already, you'll likely notice some big changes/improvements when it hits - including a new style start menu. There is more information on what can be expected on the Windows Insider blog:
Let's hear what you think of it once it has been installed .
Everything seems to be running OK, but computer takes longer to shutdown.Has anyone else notice this ?
Originally Posted by zplugger
Everything seems to be running OK, but computer takes longer to shutdown.Has anyone else notice this ?
Do you have Fast Startup turned on in Power Options/change what the power buttons do?
That speeds up boot time, but makes shutdown a bit slower, as then the system needs to write your current state to a hiberfile.
More information at the top of this tutorial: Fast Startup - Turn On or Off in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
Before releasing update i use Deffer option but after releasing update i unchecked the option but system saying windows is up to date what should i do ????More replies
My two pcs at home don't show the Anniversary Update at all, otherwise they're both fully updated.
It's been available since 2nd August. I could manually install it, but I'm wondering why it hasn't auto-installed yet.
Also, have the initial 'issues' reported with the update been resolved?
Assuming your devices have enough space, resources, etc to get the update - with past updates it may take up to two months to make it around the slow ring. You can speed this up by changing to a faster ring or manually getting it.
I am not sure what "issues" you are referring to.. so, maybe?
Hi All.I recently got windows anniversary update and after doing it i have been getting lots of problems.I need to restart my laptop twice and then only i can stream videos online.It is happening same for media stored on my Dell laptop as well.Kindly help me so that i can fix this issue and it can be resolved also.More replies
I recently encountered a virus right around the time Windows 10 was updated to Windows 10 Anniversary. I had originally upgraded my Windows 8.0 to Windows 10 (beta), but my Activation code didn't work so I had to get windows to help me, and that's when Windows 10 Anniversary was installed. Before that my computer ran beautifully. All my programs worked with no issues, never issues installing stuff. Now, I have non-stop issues. I went to check for updates and realized that there hadn't been any updates done to date so I tried. this is the error message that persists.
There were some problems installing 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: (0x80240442)
I have been trying different things for about a week now with no success. I followed countless "outdated" tutorials on what to do but nothing works. Tonight I finally found something recent, I thought it was on this forum but I can't find it again, but I will send a screenshot of the "ADMIN Powershell" commands I sent;
The Echo off at the bottom wasn't there before, I tried to repost it a 2nd time and it still didn't work. I think it actually changed the error code to
0x8024401cBut when I tried the fix for that, it went back to the first error. I have a feeling that this error is also blocking me from installing Microsoft Office. I'm hoping once I can update my PC correctly, whatevers caus... Read more
I'm trying to update to Windows 10 anniversary edition. I kept getting error messages after installation at 75%. I spoke to MIcrosoft Level 2 support and they said HP wasn't testing my model which was purchased in 2010 and therefore that was why I was getting error messages. Is this correct? I am running windows 10 build 10586.More replies
I have read other threads on this subject and have not found the solution to my problem in them.
The Windows 10 Anniversary Upgrade Assistant Icon appeared on my desktop. I began the process to update and received the error, SOMETHING WENT WRONG (code 0x80070057).
Then I took the following steps:
Did a CC clean of drive. Got same response.
Did a disk doctor and then tried again. Same response.
Did SFC/scannow. Got same response.
Did checkdsk/. Got same response
Did Windows update diagnostic and got SERVICE REGISTRATION IS MISSING OR CORRUPT.
What do I do to correct the problem?
This worked for me. May not solve your issue but worth a try. (see my post)
"Got it updated. On the MS Forum it seems to have been an issue for lots of users. One work around suggested was to disconnect (immediately) any wifi/ethernet connection when update sticks at 2%. Count to 30 or 40 and re-connect."
Strangely this worked and update completed.
I recently installed the Anniversary Update to Windows 10 in my Acer Aspire E1-572 and since installation have been unable to gain access to the internet. I have spoken with Microsoft several times and their conclusion is that I do not have the appropriate driver installed to run the AU. I wonder if this is correct as I had no trouble with windows 10 intil the AU was installed. Can someone tell me how to install the driver and also how can I when I cannot access the internet with that laptop. I have a second laptop (Acer Aspire ES1 - 512) which I am using at present which also had the same problem but because it was only updated a few days ago I was able to return it to the previous build of Windows 10. Can anyone help please?More replies
Hi all this update is killing me I called MS they downloaded it agene for me .I get freezing and bsod every time I play a game and sometimes at idle I updated, repaired every game I have .
I am tempted to buy windows10pro and block updates if I can.
sorry for the rant I am just frustrated.
Hello, if you search the web, you will find a significant number of people are experiencing significant issues with the anniversary upgrade including freezing. As yours is a custom built PC, there's no direct comparison or manufacturer to refer to. I've noted a couple who needed a BIOS update.
If yours works reliably with Win 10 10586 but not the anniversary upgrade, I suggest you roll back to 10586 (allowed up to 10 days after upgrading) and block the upgrade. This is/was possible even with the Home edition:
Stop Windows 10 from automatically updating your PC - CNET
e.g. by using Wifi only, as a metered connection or disabling the appropriate service.
You'd need to check what actually works now in the anniversary edition for Windows Home, as this, like features and GUI, may have changed.
This was provided for Home users.. I don't know if it still applies now.
Windows 10 Home Users Can Now Disable Automatic App Updates | NDTV Gadgets360.com
Please bear with me.. I'm on my phone.. the Anniversary update must have taken over my computer. But.. is 5 hours normal? It did restart like it said a couple of times and the last percentage I saw was 59%, then the reboot again. It is "still" working on something. The circle keeps going around.
Thanks.. you're helping a "Senior" that is getting frustrated that something is wrong and doesn't know what to do.
No. Not normal.
Something has gone wrong. Perhaps it will right itself, but it seems doubtful.
Have you some means of rebooting the Laptop either to a recovery disk or backup?
Laptop updated itself few days ago and i noticed after update that the laptop would hang if you don't use it and the only fix is restarting the pc. Its strange in my opinion. I noticed also that mozilla firefox will hang after some time for few seconds sometimes and then work again like nothing has happened. These are things what i have noticed at the moment. Is anyone else with these problems? Or what else weird buggy things have you noticed?More replies
I have tried 4 times to install the Win 10 anniversary update now. Each time I get 'Kernel data inpage error' BSOD after about 30% into the final update stage. Then it reverts back. Memory Dumped attached..DESKTOP-TOHQ8MJ-05_08_2016__13545_88.zip
Have tried removing antivirus
Have tried restting bios defaults (no overclocking)
Win 10 is on installed on a Samsung SM951 SSd in case its relevant.
I am currently running Windows 10 Pro edition 10586.494 without issue,as I have not yet received the
automatic update to the Anniversary Edition I decided to install it manually.
I downloaded the Windows 10 upgrade assistant and it checked my PC and proceeded to download and verify,however when it came to the install I got the error message shown....
I have since attempted several times to perform the install,but have had no success,
would appreciate some assistance if anyone else had encountered this problem,and managed to solve it...
Maybe this can help:
Apologies if this problem has been addressed before.
On Sunday my laptop (bought new in May of this year) running Windows 10 Home 64 bit updated via Windows Updates to the Anniversary Update.
All seemed to go well but now my CPU is running at almost 100% all the time. From the searching I have done on the Internet I see I am far from being alone in experiencing this problem.
I am reasonably competent on computers for day to day stuff but this is a bit more technical for me. However I 'think' I may have found the culprit for this CPU problem but I don't know what to do about it and would appreciate help if anyone here knows how to fix this.
Looking in the Task Manager I see that there are 5 instances of the Windows host process (Rundll32) running in the background each using approximately 15% of my CPU which adding them all up is a fair chunk of my CPU. What are these processes and do I need them etc; etc; How can I get them to 'back off' so to speak and give me back my CPU.
Sorry if I am not expressing myself very well but hope you understand.
Hi, sorry to hear of your difficulty. Some posts here related, not so many.
Here's one I found of my very earliest days with Win 10 which coincidentally may relate:
Solved CEIP - rundll32.exe high CPU use in Win 10? - Windows 10 Forums
If you are having difficulty controlling a rogue process gobbling CPU resources, try this unusual program, just as a temporary measure so you can use your PC and not run hot:
BES, Battle Encoder Shirase 1.6.2 (stable) 1.7.0-alpha: Controls Per-Process CPU Usage
It still works...
It could help if you can post a screenshot of your task manager showing processes with highest CPU use at the top, and identify what rundll32 is doing (see the first URL). You can then do a search using that.
Example for rundll32.exe aeinv.dll,UpdateSoftwareInventory
Windows host process high CPU usage - Microsoft Community
I previously posted a question under same topic and received 2 alternatives - 1) to copy the update on a bootable disk and 2) to differ updates in advanced settings.
Unfortuantely both doesnt work for me due to
1) I do not have a disk drive in my Samsung Series 5 Ultra book
2) I have windows for private use
Can you please come back with a third option?
It has a USB port, correct? You should be able to make a bootable USB flash drive (4GB+ required)... http://forums.windowscentral.com/e?l...token=9HADEBIK1 more replies
A week ago I installed anniversary update, which doesn't probably need mentioning, gave me enough problems to last for months. My problems are regarding graphic drivers, which crash at next reboot even before windows login screen shows, and it means I can't do anything except hard restart PC.
I end up using my USB bootable windows 10 to repair startup, and it helps for next few reboots, but it eventually crashes again.
Bear in mind, I already used "reset your PC" option - which of course updates my PC with same anniversary update so I'm back to square one. Next I restored my C: image back yesterday (before updating with anniversary update I used Macrium Reflect free image backup) which worked, but today when I first started PC it happened again.
I repaired startup after that again and it works now, and I uninstalled completely NVIDIA drivers from my PC, restarted it and reinstalled newest drivers (this is last thing I done so it works for now, but need to give some time to see if it persists).
I'm wondering, is there a way to install fresh windows 10 install but without anniversary update? It seems when I want to clean install it always updates to latest update.
It boggles my mind how is that update even allowed to be available in live let alone exist at all...I seriously hope they didn't break or bugged something on my PC.
Basically, only problem I have with that update is graphical driver issue. Those drivers worked flawlessly before updating.
Sorry fo... Read more
Hello i have a problem with the new windows anniversary update once i logged i never can do eanything. I can click nothing. Pleace help!!
Originally Posted by Windows Central Question Hello i have a problem with the new windows anniversary update once i logged i never can do eanything. I can click nothing. Pleace help!! so you can't get to the desktop or you can but nothing happens after that?
Can you open task manager via ctrl-alt-dl keyboard command? http://forums.windowscentral.com/e?l...token=QsOXwIT0
I'm help someone with a laptop problem. When she booted up Windows 10, you would get the spinning circle indicating it is booting up. Since a week or so this would be followed by a completely black screen for about 2 minutes after which the login screen appeared. Besides the black screen, there were no other problems she was aware of.I noticed that the anniversary update of Windows 10 wasn't installed yet, and I was hoping that doing so would solve the booting problem. Since "check for updates" didn't return the anniversary update, I downloaded the upgrade exe file and started the process.It seems to freeze at 32% of installation and there are black blocks on the left and right. See screenshot: http://tinypic.com/r/2vht742/9.The screen has been like this for over 2 hours now. Any ideas what I should do?
"The screen has been like this for over 2 hours now. Any ideas what I should do?"I would give it another 10 hours.Try this tool, if it still is stuck on 32%.How to use a Lazesoft Windows Recovery CD or USB device to fix the boot problems if your Windows operating system does not start correctly"It is very common for PC users to be faced with a Windows crash. When this happens, the dreaded 'Blue Screen of Death' pops up, or your PC has a black screen and can not boot or start up"Lazesoft Recovery Suite Home Editionhttp://www.softpedia.com/get/System...http://www.lazesoft.com/lazesoft-re...Screenshot ( SS )http://i.imgur.com/c9viJO4.gifhttp://i.imgur.com/DdozUxq.gifLazesoft Recovery Suite Home Edition video tutorialhttps://vimeo.com/106789683Tutorialshttp://www.lazesoft.com/guide.html2 more replies
My windows worked fine before the update. After the update though im getting freezes every time i stress the graphics. I decided to revert to the version before, but now its been 12hrs and its still stuck at reverting. Any advices?
...and something else
Antivir was avast
I have Windows 10 installed in my laptop.
I am scanning for updates every hour and till now all I got was hopeless updates for windows defender.
I want to know when will I receive Windows 10 Anniversary update on my laptop.
I do not want to download ISO to make bootable pen-drive and upgrade.
here are the details
Laptop : Lenovo Ideapad Y580
Insider : No
Version : Windows 10 Pro x64
OS Build : 10586.494
Let me know if you need any further details.
Thanks in advance
well same i was waiting but i downloaded windows 10 upgrade assistant and found that pc will not get it bcz it s not activated2 more replies
My audio worked fine until last week when the wonderful folks at MS decided it was time my computer upgraded to the anniversary edition. Since then I have about 10% the volume. What I have tried: 1. Maxed out ALL settings for volume everywhere.2. Updated drivers.3. Uninstalled and re-installed drivers.4. Tried the generic drivers from MS.5. Tried downloading and re-installind the BEATS application... which failed as it said my hardware didn't support it (though I seem to recall having beats before?!) HELP! The volume is low (maybe 10%) everywhere... videos... applications... games... etc... HELP!More replies
ALrighty then...... I see a LOT of windows anniversary threads, sorry for not reading all 6 million of them to see if my problem was addressed. By the titles I saw it wasn't.
Anyway, I've gone through this whole download install thing about 5 times now. EACH time at the end it won't boot my computer, comeback with a blue screen and an error that says basically: You don't have enough memory.
I have OVER 800GB on the main hard drive itself empty.
I have tried updating when it said it was time. FAIL
I tried manually going to updates after the first fail. FAIL
I downloaded the file directly from Microsoft. FAIL
I ran the microsoft update fixit tool. FAIL
I get it. I need to either get a thumb drive or a disc and burn an iso but WHY? I don't have a single disc or thumbdrive with 850gb's on it, which is how much i have on my computer empty NOW and Microsoft says it isn't enough.......
So far this is really the *biggest* problem I have had with win 10 and really it's not a *problem* yet that is particularly difficult (just a PITA).
Anyway, can I do this without an ISO? and can you direct me to the thread or tutorial on HOW to do the ISO/thumbdrive thing? I really hate making duplicate threads for the same problem, but those threads were all over the place.
Originally Posted by DeathStalker
... I've gone through this whole download install thing about 5 times now. EACH time at the end it won't boot my computer, comeback with a blue screen and an error that says basically: You don't have enough memory.
I have OVER 800GB on the main hard drive itself empty.
Don't confuse RAM memory with HDD storage. The minimum specs for RAM memory were raised from 1GB in 1511 to 2GB for 1607 (the anniversary update). Assuming you do have more than the minimum 2GB...
can you direct me to the thread or tutorial on HOW to do the ISO/thumbdrive thing?
How to get the Windows 10 Anniversary Update
for the iso, see the part where says...
Another way to get the Windows 10 Anniversary Update will be by clicking “Learn more” just below the “Looking for info on the latest updates? In Windows Update....
Hello, so i tried to install windows 10 aniversary update on my pc and an error keeps appearing. I run windows 10 Enterprise. Any way it can pe fixed?
Possible a group policy is blocking the update. Is this a business PC?3 more replies
Hello, I hope someone can advise on a fix. My system worked fine with windows 10 until after the anniversary upgrade to 1607. My system intermittently stops working (screen freezes and no apps open or close for about a minute or two then continues working fine again for a period. I have tried a complete clean and load from the ISO but it has the same effect. there is no other drivers or software loaded other then Windows. Nothing is flagged in the device manager and I tried disabling all start-up programs and disabled Antivirus and firewall 'but this too did nit fix the issue.
Dell XPS Studio 9100
I7 - 930 Processor
12 Gb DDR#3 Ram
480 Gb SSD Kingston Drive (C:)
1.0 Tb Hard Drive (D:)
G-Force GTX 960 - 2 Gb Graphics
LG 34 Ultra Wide Monitor
Please advise any suggestions will help
I have a pavilion dv6-3139tx which was originally a Windows 7 64. It was updated to Windows 10 during the free upgrade period. Everything was working well. Then it automatically started upgrading to Windows 10 Anniversary edition and the computer stopped working. I managed to go into safe mode etc. to repair the computer without success. After following advice from HP forums and Windows forums, I made things worse as I couldn't enter safe mode or recovery mode or any other options to fix the problem. This is where I'm at now. I have made a Windows 10 ISO on both USB stick and also on disc and I also have copies of the original HP Windows 7 recovery discs purchased from HP. I managed to work out how to boot from both the USB and discs. These are the outcomes from trying to boot from Windows 10 ISO AND HP Recovery discs. I do not have any original bought Windows OS discs (Windows 7 or 10) only The Windows 10 ISO downloaded from a different computer and the HP Windows 7 Recovery discs.When I tried the Windows 10 ISO, I got a blue Recovery screen stating to repair the computer with recovery discs with the error File: \Boot \BCD Error code 0xc0000098 and couldn't progress any further. I then decided to recover back to Windows 7 using the HP Recovery discs. I thought it was going to work after it started downloading files and brought up the Recovery window. I pressed to continue and after progressing an error window popped up stating: Fail to create E: \SDV. FLG. I then clicked on ... Read more
PC99 Hello;Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums!Everything you did SHOULD have worked -- booting from the Win10 media and booting from the HP Recovery media. The one common fault in BOTH of these is the hard drive -- so I suspect that is failing. I also have a DV6 laptop and the drive failed on me over a year ago, so I replaced it. Please follow the directions in this link for testing your hard drive: http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00439024If your BIOS does not have those options, they try pressing F9 repeatedly while booting your PC and when the menu comes up, choose drive diagnostics.If those confirms your drive has failed, then you need to replace it. Please report back if that is the case.Good Luck2 more replies
When trying to do the update I am told that my version is 10586 and that I need to be at 14393. I tell it to go ahead and do the update and it gets to 2% and then it tells me something went wrong and gives me error code 0x80070005.
I know this is odd, but I saw this on another site and it has worked for me on 2 computers so far. Click on the anniversary update, let it check your system and then let it download the update. As soon as it starts to update, disconnect the wireless or LAN. It was able to update after this. Once it got past this section, I connected to the wireless again. About to do this with my 3rd computer. None were able to update before.2 more replies
Hi I installed the update eventually but found my keyboard had stopped working. Did the reinstall driver etc, troubleshoot, all with no solution. restart brings it back for a undefinable period, maybe a few mins to several hours. the num lock light remains on but no action on key press, the keyboard is ps2. mouse is wireless. Device manager shows a HID keyboard device as first and ps2 keyboard second. tried deleting the HID but windows just re installs it. I can initiate the screen keyboard which works ok.More replies
Hi everyone Ever since the Anniversary Update I have about 50% chance to have working audio when I boot up my laptop. So half the time it says that no audio device is installed, and only a reboot can fix it (but doesn't fix it every time). The built-in troubleshooter doesn't do anything. I've updated my Conexant ISST audio drivers multiple times, but that doesn't work either even though it definitely seems to be a driver issue. Does anyone have a solution to this problem? Thanks!More replies
Need some help... I had Windows 7 Ultimate on my pc then, I got the free copy of Windows 10 per Microsoft.
My system now is Windows 10 Pro version 1511 OS build (10586.633)
The anniversary update fails every time..... things that I have tried:
completely pause (stop) Norton Anti-virus
completely pause (stop) Malwarebytes
I build this pc about 5 yrs ago, never had a problem; here are the specs:
Intel i7 CPU 930 @ 3.0 ghz
Windows 64 bit
256 gb SSD drive for OS
2 tb drive for data
Any help will be appreciated;
The mobile W10 Anniversary Update downloaded automatically to my Lumia phone. An article in Windows Central says it is very similar to the PC version, not only under the hood but with many of the same new features. Well Icannot see anything different to what was there before. As I had WAU running a few hours on my PC I dabbled with new features, such as the revamped Store, Inking Workspace and apps, Edge extensions (yippee!) and modified Start. For the brief time I had them I thought they were quite good. BUT there is nothing like them on my phone!
What are other folks Experience?
My laptop has tried twice to load the Windows 10 Anniversary update. It gets to a certain point and I get a Gray Screen with the dots going around and sits there. I let this screen go for 2 days and it never finished loading. Is there a fix for this?More replies
Hello All ,
I have been running Windows 10 professional and its been a month since the anniversary update OS 1607, but I still don't see it enabled for me to download even though I manually check for updates almost everyday .
Are they doing in phased manner , are there any prerequisites , hope someone could shed more lights on it
Thanks in advance
Some days ago Windows Update tried to do the Anniversary Update on my Win 10 Pro 64bit system. The update failed with an error message that said "We couldn't update the system reserved partition". I manually retried the update a couple times with the same error message. The error messages do not include an error code.
After that Windows Update said my device was up to date with no updates available. Hmmmmm.....
And then yesterday an update appeared for the Windows version I was running and now winver shows V 1511 build 10586.545.
Did Windows Update give up on trying to do the Anniversary Update?
Hi, a quick search offers these, including one solved on this forum: please have a look and see if anything helps. Post back if not with what you've tried.
Solved We couldn't update the system reserved partition - Windows 10 Forums
Fix: Windows 10 upgrade couldn Buck Hodges
So in the past days ive been trying to install the Windows 10 Anniversary update from my current 1511 version.
I've tried multiple methods (windows 10 media creation tool,...) but none of them succesfully got me past 70%.
The update goes all the way untill 70% than i get a BSOD wich unfortunitly i never could read because of doing other things while the update was going. So i have no error code to provide.
Windows revert back to previous version after BSOD.
I've already uninstalled all possible virtual drives & such.
I have provided my DM log Collecter file here too.
your windows 10 updates along with previous windows 8 continue to disappoint.
unfortunately there seems to be no way to avoid updates despite setting up metered connection etc. and once I finally agreed to run the update it got stuck at 91% after literally running for more than 12 hours. I really don't want to spend my time in forums trying to figure out a way to keep my pc running as it is - could you please advice the easiest way to solve this issue or avoid the update from being forced at all?
Hi and welcome to windows central.
The fast and easier way to update to anniversary update is to use media creation tool from Microsoft website and make a bootable disc then update your system. This is the best practice as there is minimal chance of your system getting stuck on or during the update.
If you want to ignore the anniversary update on windows 10 PC , simply go to advanced setting under update and tick the box next to Differ Updates, this will enable you to get the threshold 2 future cumulative builds and ignore the anniversary update altogether.
From august 2, I was continuously checking for anniversary update.. As my pc was turned on for automatic update download. But even though i cant able to see the update. Please help me.
Originally Posted by VINOD KUMAR CHINNAKOTLA From august 2, I was continuously checking for anniversary update.. As my pc was turned on for automatic update download. But even though i cant able to see the update. Please help me. the update is rolling out in phases, its no surprise that you haven't seen the update . In coming weeks you should get the update :)
or you can use this tool to force download the Anniversary update now.
I have a Thinkpad X61 duo core 7673CCU and have been using Windows 10 Pro without any problem until a recent Windows update after it kept crashing with error stopcode netwlv32sys "Driver iqrl less or equal". It says my drivers are updated and I also ran a memory diagnostic test and sfc /scannow with no errors. A Microsoft agent support said rolling back to 1511 version instead of 1607 Anniversary might help so they ran a media creation tool but after verifying the download the option to keep my files was greyed out saying I might have an 'unsupported version'. Then I lost the agent. Would appreciate any suggestions on how to go back to before the update was installed or how else to fix the crashes? Any manual Lenovo drivers that would work even if they aren't meant for x61? On system recovery it says I cannot go back to an old build because 10 days have passed. On the event log under the crash it says 'bug check 0x000000d1 (0x935ac3c0, 0x00000002, 0x00000000, 0x92c8096c). 'Thank you.More replies
I just tried to update my XPS 9100 to Windows 10 Anniversary Edition. Everything seemed to go fine until the computer restarted. It bricked and beeped. When I powered down and restarted, Windows rolled itself back to the previous version. Does anyone know a way to update the XPS 9100 to Windows Anniversary Edition? Thanks!More replies
i am recently update my windows 10 Like anniversary updates it's working good my (c:) colon memory FULL., i allocated 70GB balance memory is only 10gb available any other program can't be install( micro soft visual studio 2012 & SQL Server )
please help what i can do it this problem
I just installed the Windows 10 anniversary upgrade.Wneh I tried to Scan a document, selected document scan, it tried for a while and came up with the following error: Request to capture Moment failed with new HPPC_RESULT value as [1.829.88a.0] (GET_FRAME_TIME_OUT) I installed the Sprout Workstation update to no avail, I still get this error, cannot scan documents.Any idea Guys??? Thanks,More replies
windows 10 anniversary update started automatically. Afters 3 hours waiting and 3 times reboot, the system freezes. The blue windows flag appears. But no login-screen. Boot in safe-mode is not possoblie because the F8-key does not work. Go back to previous version is also not possible because i can not choose that. The Z420 has SSD and the data is on a separate HDD-partition. I found out on Microsoft forums that ,with this configuration , there are lots of problems. I tried to boot with bootabele USB with the Windows AU update on it. Than i can only choose for clean installation. That is not what i am looking for. Any other suggestions to solve this problem?More replies
I am currently running a desktop HP p7-1070t with 6GB of memory and I5 Core i5 Processor. It had Windows 7 preinstalled with this desktop. Since Aug 2015 to present, I have been using Windows 10 Professional Version without any problems what so ever with the free upgrade to Windows 10. As of yesterday 8/02/16, I upgraded to Windows Anniversary Update manually online. Everything went extremely well with the download and installation. However after the installation, the computer restarted on its own and the screen turned black but I noticed there was a circular motion with white dots. I thought it was still running and processing. I left it and check on it 5 hours later and it was still a black screen and a circular motion with white dots was still running. I had a feeling something was wrong. I could not upgrade to Windows 10 anniversary update. Someone told me it is because of my graphics card driver is not compatible or supported with the anniversary update version. I don't know why but I had to revert my computer back to Windows 10 prior to the anniversary update in order for it to work. Has anyone have problems with this desktop computer and upgrading to the annivesary update. Not sure what to do. The graphics card from the device manager says it is a Intel HD graphics.More replies
Hi Everyone! Thank you for taking time to read my post.
I am currently using a Dell Inspiron Mini Desktop and has minimum hardware. I purchased this over Black Friday 2015. Currently, I only have about 28 GB usable SSD HD space. I want to update to the recently released Windows 10 Anniversary Update. I am currently using Windows 10. Due to space limitations in my current system, it will not allow me to install the update. It is asking for 20 GB free space.
I have tried to delete as much programs and files but still lack the 20 GB required to successfully update to the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
Is there any other solution to this issue without the need to upgrade storage?
Thanks for your help!
Who all has and hasn't received the Windows 10 Anniversary Update yet?
I still haven't received the Anniversary Update yet on 2 of my computers. I don't want to download it from the internet again like I did on my Desktop and my personal Laptop since the update was or is still buggy.
P.S. @Brink, if you need to move this thread to the appropriate section, please go ahead. I didn't know where to put it at.
I posted in another thread that I have not received the Anniversary Update on all four of my computers. One of them just checked for updates and again came back without it. I have had no problems with updates on any of the computers so unless I know for a fact that there is a problem I am going to wait it out.
MS said the update is rolling out in waves and it could take some time until everyone gets it.
Product Name: HP Envy 15-j122txPre-installed OS: Windows 8.1 New clean OS installation : Windows 10 pro I have bought Samsung 850 pro 1 TB SSd for my hp envy notebook.I am going to replace an old 1TB HHD by a new 1TB SSD Samsung 850 EVO on my HP Envy Touchsmart 15 j122TX. how to installing the SSD on my HP plus clean installation of Windows 10 pro, setting up the OS to ensure a smooth performance? Please give me step by step instructions as I am un-experienced. Thank you for your support. MY notebook has 24 msata SSD install can I use msata with my new SSD after the clean installation of Windows 10 pro?
Here is the Service Manual: Manual Pages 41-47 show removal of the service bay door and replacement of the hard drive. Just install the SSD in place of the hard drive. You can remove the mSSD drive. It is not useful with a main SSD drive. It was designed only to speed up a regular mechanical drive. Do you have a Windows 10 installation disk? You can download an image file and create a Windows 10 DVD or thumb drive installation media from the Media Creation Tool Microsoft webpage. Post back so I can see if you are with us here. We can take this a bit at a time rather than my writing War and Peace and you not understanding something.1 more replies
I have tried three or four times to run the update and after it gets to about 40% and reboots it just sits there with the spinning dots. I even let it got for over 12 hours and it still had the spinning dots. I was able to reboot several times and get to revert to the previous version. I am on a Samsung RV520 laptop. Please tell me what is going on?
Hi Give this a look! Use the Microsoft media creation tool to force the Windows 10 Anniversary Update today | Windows Central1 more replies
Hi all, thanks for dropping by my post and having a read.
So.. yes by the looks of things there seems to be on various boards problems with the windows 10 anniversary update.
Unfortunately I am in that camp.
2 desktops and a laptop have all been struck with the same issue.
W10 installed update installed witha few hiccups but apart from a boot loop everything seemed to work.
Trying to access webpages, completely random on all machines, I've tried firefox, opera, chrome, ie and edge (all the same) and all the pc's seem to struggle loading webpages, the screen tells me "The webpage failed to respond please check dns and firewall". However refresh them about 5 times and it loads. Its completely random sometimes it works no problems and sometimes there are problems.
So I formatted the pc's just incase there was a real problem and re-installed w10 on all machines and damg it... appeared again .
the last update to w10 is
Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3199986)
Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool for Windows 8, 8.1, 10 and Windows Server 2012, 2012 R2 x64 Edition - October 2016 (KB890830)
and sometimes pictures fail to load e.g. ebay.
any ideas as I'm confuddled.
I've just updated my 64-bit Windows 10 system with the Anniversary Update. Everything seems to work OK (fortunately) apart from the Sleep Mode. I have an SSD for the Windows system disk / programs and a HDD for data storage.
Previously, if you put the system in Sleep mode, everything stopped (screen, mouse scanning light, system fans etc.) and came back to life when you moved the mouse or lightly touched the power on button. Now everything stops apart from the fans, which stay 'whirring' as normal. However, when you try to wake the system up (By moving the mouse or touching the power button), the PC doesn't respond. The only way to get it going again is to switch it off entirely and re-start it.
Oddly enough, Hibernate works as it should do; mouse movement restarts the system.
Anyone any ideas how I fix this annoying bug - or how I report it to Microsoft? Thanks.
I switched over to the new Windows 10 update a couple weeks back, and felt fine doing it since my laptop was listed as being tested for the new update.
Everything was fine until I noticed that I couldn't play any MOBAs. Dota 2 and LoL both completely freeze my laptop any time they load the main screen. Once they freeze, there is nothing I can do, no ctrl+alt+delete, no nothing. I just have to hard reset the computer. Every other game runs just fine, so I don't know what the problem is or how to fix it. Any help would be much appreciated.
I have an Inspiron 5558 and all of the drivers are up to date with what Dell has on their website.
Some games benefit from reinstalling the video drivers -- I had to do that for Blizzard games after updating a system with a Radeon GPU in it.1 more replies
i have upgraded my windows 10 anniversary update.
the old and new versions shown.
it seems to be little faster to show desktop
otherwise I could not find any difference.
regular windows update did not pickup this update so I did this upgrade with the upgrade assistant from Microsoft support
Can someone tell me how or if I can download the Anniversary Update without having to wait?
Is it available yet through the Media Creation Tool?
Yes it is.
Windows 10 ISO Download
I was talking with my friend and she told me to up update my laptop to the the Anniversary update. But, when I go into my update settings, it tells me that Windows is up to date, and I can confirm that I don't already have the Anniversary update. I did perform the "check for updates" option but it still came with the same result.
I tried searching online but there was no luck. Hoping an expert could help me solve why my laptop is not letting be update.
I think Microsoft were gradually upgrading computers in phases, rather than all at once, so perhaps they haven't enabled yours yet. That said, they were supposed to be doing new hardware, and I notice my really old laptop (upgraded all the way from XP bit-by-bit) updated itself when I switched it on this week.
You can force it to upgrade if you like - see this tutorial: Windows 10 - Upgrade Installation
Step 4 links to the Microsoft website which contains a link to start the upgrade; alternatively you can download the ISO installer using later steps in that tutorial.
A word of caution - if Microsoft haven't enabled your machine yet, there may be good reason.
If you want to upgrade yourself I would take the opportunity to make a backup image (I use Macrium Reflect but other tools are available) before starting an upgrade.
You should still be getting security patches and updates and if I'm honest there isn't much in the Anniversary Update which makes it a 'must have' for me, so the other option is to wait a little longer.
Windows update set up to installed automatic updated attempted to install on my Toshiba laptop computer running windows 10 build 1607 (I think). After several attempt the laptop flashes this message: Attempting to restore windows to its previous version.
The laptop is continuously restarting and flashing the above message. I can't get to my files or setup of any kind. Please note windows 10 anniversary updated installed without any problems on my desktop. Is there a solution or has anyone
else had similar experience?
All my laptops have been updated to the Windows 10 Anniversary update. They all connected correctly to the NAS device that uses the SMB connectivity, when connected to the same network. Whenever any are out of the office, they connect to the network over VPN. Then, they can not access the NAS device shares. I have seen this type of problem is wide-spread as Microsoft has changed the way SMB/CIFS file Sharing Support system works.
How can I fix this?
How are the shares hosted? Who maintains the network and VPN problems?
Depending on what type of VPN is used and how it is hosted, can cause those outside of the network to not be able to reach them. Has nothing to do with the other issue which has been fixed by now.
I just updated the OS yesterday, and I find I am unable to install anything from the windows store. I keep getting a message that the action could not be performed because of a problem at the server end. Is there any way around this?? Everything else seems
After update to Windows 10 Anniversary Update I cannot Trim SSD's.
SSD's not recognised. I tried running "winsat formal" from an elevated (admin) command with no success.
When applying the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, I encountered the error ?We couldn?t update system reserved partition?. After researching for a solution, most I came across requires me to extend the system reserved partition, which is set to 100MB, to around 400MB. However, I tried different disk partition management solution and none seems to be able to extend this particular partition. I have freed up space adajent to the SRP so space should not be a problem. What should I do?More replies
I find that I have to wait for a good 5 minutes before the startup of Windows 10 with the latest version and update to this date of today's. How can I reduce the time to have a quick or fast statup with my desktop? I did tried few things to see if that help and still the same with a good 5 minutes startup. Hope that someone can tell me what is the best method to reduce the time of startup for this operating system of Windows 10 64x Home Premium.
""You should [seriously] consider dodging the update until Microsoft irons out the worst difficulties."
"Anniversary Update installs trigger a wide variety of failures, rollbacks, flakey Universal Windows programs, and error codes such as 0x80070020."
"There are very credible reports that the Anniversary Update is making entire volumes/drives invisible, prompting a reformat. The newest version of Win10 refuses to see some drives, identifying them as RAW, and prompting for an NTFS reformat."
"I?ve seen a report on AskWoody.com that the Anniversary Update makes the entire Group Policy setting for Configure Automatic Updates useless."
"There are more credible reports about Win10 locking up completely after the Anniversary Update."
"It looks like System Restore gets turned off when you install the Anniversary Update."
"Adding insult to ignominy, the Anniversary Update is changing all sorts of settings."
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Who is to blame for all of this... ?
Its bad for Microsoft because the Windows 10 Anniversary update itself is good I´ve been using since it came out. It is stable no problems at all, actually I think its a good upgrade to windows 10 but Microsoft should invest on how to find a different method of upgrading machines because it is basically writing itself over another OS and importing data from there.
Anyone else having issues after their Windows 10 anniversary update that the mouse scroll is insane?.
already set it to move only 1 line, but doesn't seem to fix it... Kinda lost here
All my programs 1 little scroll, makes things fly over the screen.
Didn't have that problem before the update.
Touch pad or real mouse ?
Scroll can be adjusted thru Start > Devices > Mouse & touchpad.
I'm having an on-going issue with CPU usage and Windows 10.
I did a clean install with bootable media for Anniversary, and after I did that CPU rates went back to normal. But after I reinstalled my programs, it shot right back up to 100% CPU usage constantly.
If anyone figures this out it would be a godsend because it's been plaguing me for years now.
Here is a screenshot of literally nothing active running on my PC:
Any idea what it might be? I'm thinking it's a driver issue, but why would it only kick in a day later?
Appreciate any help I can get here....
Hi, could you possibly click the CPU tab so the processes using most CPU time are at the top, assuming it's a visible process? That way we can see what's happening. Thanks!
And does this change if you do a clean boot?
Meanwhile feel free to search the forum for
etc to see if there's anything relevant
as there's plenty of discussion on such topics.
I have had Windows 10 since they rolled it out. One of the things I hated was the Windows 7 Solitaire was gone. I found it online and downloaded it. It was the exact same Solitaire game and it worked fine until last week when I got the Anniversary update. Now it will not open and when I run the troubleshooter it says it's incompatible. I guess they really didn't want people to have that game so the update fixed that. WTF?? I think that was the last straw I'm going back to Windows 7More replies
I found out that the Anniversary Update which I downloaded and installed on August 3rd completely hosed all my calendar entries (Windows 10 Calendar App) for the last several years. I have a lot of medical information - not critical, of course - but handy and important for me that was erased.
Is there any way to get this information back? I do use Carbonite on line backup and I have a system image from about 2 months ago, but I really don't want to go that route as I live in the country and it took almost a day and a half for the Anniversary Update to download.
Any suggestions or am I just screwed?
I don't mean this to sound mean, but if the data was that important, you probably should have used an online calendar backing (Calendar can use your Outlook.com, Hotmail, etc.. calendar if you link them).
I'm curious though.. how do you have several years of calendar data in a calendar app that is only a year old?
after installing Windows 10 Anniversary Update my XPS 15 (L521X) did not woke up from standby (S3) anymore. The screen remains dark or it shows the login picture but no login is possible because it don't react on mouse clicks and the password box will not appear.
Has anyone else this problem or knows a solution?
From what i have been reading on the internet many users are experiencing the same problem after updating to the Windows anniversary update.
Windows 10 Upgrade Problems: Black Screen After Updating
Some users taking advantage of the Windows 10 Upgrade are finding that after the upgrade has finished their device just gives them a black screen and won’t start.
Microsoft is still working on a fix for this, but there isn’t a way to avoid it. Some users are saying that de-activating virus programs before performing the upgrade prevents this issue. Restart the computer and tap the F8 key/. Once the options appear on the screen choose Safe Mode. From there you can disable or uninstall your anti-virus software to see if that will resolve the issue. Below are some links with information on what others are doing to resolve this issue. Read the user comments.
21 Anniversary Update and Windows 10 Upgrade Problems & Fixes
Windows 10 Anniversary Update common problems and how to fix them
If you want to uninstall the update you can click the link below.
How to uninstall Windows 10 Anniversary Update