Discussion in 'Windows & Other Software' started by Glaucus, 30 Sep 2014.
Clean install (after upgrade install) says my insider key is blocked.
As long as your current install is in proper shape, then running the ISO to do the upgrade will result in a properly activated Windows 10
Even if you have the preload files, when you run the setup of the ISO it deletes that directory and reconstructs it once the install kicks off.
Woah I'm leaving this well alone then until they iron these problems out, it's always going to bring up issues on release day tbh.
^^^^ Same question.
It's ok, your pc is still usable, it's not going to explode. All which happens is a couple if times a day ifpt pops up going activate. Click on it, opens up control panel and then you close control panel and carry on.
Wait a few days for the servers to stop getting hammered in for Ms to resolve some issues.
How do I create a recovery CD now I've upgraded in case I want to do a clean install? Gone from windows 8. Thanks
Looks like im going to have to re-install Windows 7.
Control Panel > Recovery
I'd have thought.
Why is everyone freaking out? Just like mrbios said wait for the proper release for your PC. No need to force a update??? I'm in no hurry. I never install a brand new OS on release day...ARE YOU CRAZY!
Couldn't have been easier after I used the Windows 10 tool linked to earlier in the thread, really impressed with how smooth the upgrade was.
Although it didn't detect my ethernet drivers which I presume is because I avoided using the Killer NIC drivers previously.
Tried to open a picture, the window flashed and closed again, Seems windows photo viewer is a little bit s***.
Windows 7 day one was absolutely fine!
Some people are impatient
Check the error details
Yup, but windows 10 on the other hand
It's been working fine.
Tried on my old rig, got to 24% stayed there for ages and failed, restored back to 8.1 for now.
Tried on my main rig, updated to 10 pretty quickly with no issues, activated and from what I can tell so far everything is still intact and working!
I think the problem sounds like network traffic, and tbf if there are going to be licensing problems where you need to get through to people, or download issues / installation issues they're going to be a headache on day 1 compared to say day 7 or 14 after release.
5.96Gb been like that since yesterday, had my pc on for hours now.
if i click setup - install
i get error message saying missing boot.wim.
Where do i go from here ?
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