“It says that windows media center will be uninstalled during the upgrade.” This is normal
“Not media player but Windows media center and I cannot get ride of it”
--- You cannot get rid of it, it’s part of the system
I do not know whether this will help but consider it
If the Windows 10 Reserve isn’t in yet, check out. It has to be reserved before proceeding furthur.
--- This includes a compatibility report
How to Reserve Free Upgrade to Windows 10 using 'Get Windows 10' app in Windows 7 and 8.1
Once you’ve reserved, watch for your upgrade notification. You’ll receive your notification to upgrade once we can confirm your device is ready to upgrade. We look at the specific compatibility for your device and overall demand for Windows 10 when deciding if a device is ready to upgrade.
--- Before we notify you, we’ll download the installation files needed in the background. Then, you will receive a notification on your desktop letting you know that you can upgrade right away or schedule a time that works best for you.
--- When the download is complete, you’ll get a notification on your desktop. At that point, you can choose to upgrade right away or at a time that’s good for you.
Edited by cmptrgy, 27 August 2015 - 01:48 AM.