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Unable to update W10 Version 1809, error 0xC1900101-0x40017
I have a Dell laptop with Windows 10 version 1809, OS build 17763.1518. I have been trying to update Windows 10 for months, but it always fails at the end. Most recently I tried the Media Creation Tool, and the ISO method to update. This also failed, with the following end message: We couldn't install Windows 10. 0xC1900101-0x40017. Failed in Second Boot phase with an error during Boot operation. I read a lot of posts about this error code and it seems like no one knows how to fix it. Is there anything that can be done to fix this problem so that I can update to a later version? I understand that version 1809 is about to be terminated.
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My Cortana is not working
As I degrade my windows 10 edition from Pro to Home,My system shows that cortana has been disable. I have checked my setting and found cortana been missing when i degraded.So please send me solutions for my problem.
Can't update from 1909.
I installed an older version of Windows 10 because the newer pendrive wasn't working. I started installing updates and i updated to 1909. after that a lot of upates installed and there is no more. Windows Update can't find any updates and i know 1909 is not the newest Windows.
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Issues with update KB4556799 (I think...)
Hello, I installed KB4556799 and had issues since, I suspect this update as others have reported similar issues to mine and attributed it to that update. my pc currently often crashes to desktop when trying to play games, (has gotten worse last few days) and has had connectivity issues and realtek has stopped detecting devices aswell as a couple blue stop screens and crashes that required a restart. I don't know if it's the update for sure, but wanted to remove it so I could see if the problem persisted, but I can't uninstall it through the usual update uninstaller (can do with other updates) and cannot through cmd (update required), I've checked my drivers and all seem up to date apart from Radeon which when I tried to update gave me error code 207 'device manager found a problem with display adapter' but i can't find any issues in device manager. I also cannot download the latest windows 10 update as my device isn't ready for it, but doesn't give any indication of what I can do to make it ready. Thanks.
in place upgrade vs. reinstall
Sometimes, our devices may run into issues that doing the sfc /scannow command or creating a new user account, etc. will not fix the issues. Here are two popular methods to fix problems. 1) in place upgrade: What is an in place upgrade? It is basically reinstalling Windows while we get to keep our files, folders, settings, etc. It basically gives us a fresh couple of the Windows system files. Meaning, we might do the sfc /scannow command and it found corrupt system files that cannot be repaired. The in place upgrade will give us fresh system files. pros: We do not lose any files, folders, settings, etc. when choosing the in place upgrade. cons: When choosing this method, it will take a while to complete. It requires several restart of the device. If the device has a good CPU, etc., then it will be a little quicker but will still take time to complete. p.s. After the in place upgrade is finished, we might have to update few drivers again. Usually, the in place upgrade will revert the newer drivers to the previous ones. Remember, it will create Windows.old. That will take a lot of space. The best way is to go to storage under settings and Storage Sense to delete Windows.old. You can free up over 10GB of temporary files and can regain some C drive disk space. 2) reinstalling Windows 10: What this does is basically reinstalling Windows 10 again. Giving us a fresh start. pros: This method is usually quicker than the in place upgrade. cons: The cons of choosing this method is it wipes out everything. p.s. When choosing this method, I generally only wipe out the C drive but do not wipe out the D drive. If you want to choose this command, I suggest you to copy everything in the desktop or if you have put files, folders, etc. in the C drive to a portable drive. Also, download the bookmark from Edge, Chrome, etc. and save it to a portable drive. It is because after reinstallation of Windows 10, they will be gone.
I do not have enough space for windows to update on my PC
I now have 3 external Seagate hard drives that are 6tb each the last two drives filled up in 3 days. Because of file history. the last drive I attached was just so I can use it to store my pics, vids and docs. It seems to have taken it upon itself to assume the responsibility of file History. Can I format the 1st or 2nd hard drive since the 3rd one now is full. Does this mean everything on the first two hard drives is now on the 3rd. Also, why is my C drive full and telling me I can free up 760 GB on my C drive from other people and local accounts. I am the only one who lives here and use a Microsoft account not local one The only settings on file history are daily and by the hour. My C drive is at capacity and anything I plug in go straight to max capacity. Anyone else have a problem with this and have a suggestion I would sure appreciate it! A. Stain
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Windows 10 usually finds devices automatically when you plug them in or turn them on. If it doesn't, follow these steps: Select Start > Settings > Devices > Bluetooth & other devices. Select Add Bluetooth or other device and follow the instructions. Add a device