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Win 10 update 1151, 10586 installation stops about 75%!

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#1 Freezframe


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Posted 31 December 2015 - 12:23 PM

Wondering if anyone else has run into this problem! Upon installation of update 1151, 10586 for Pro version is halted at the 75%. Afterwords the system rolls back to the earlier version of Win 10.

Earlier I had problems with video driver for Nvidia Geforce 920m. Where I basically had to force feed this update to my MSI laptop. The laptop would not take update in standard fashion (such as update driver in device manager) I eventually had to download driver from Nvidia site and install it in safe mode. It has work with no problems sense update.

I noticed that this driver (920m) is part of the 1151, 10586 update. Could this be the problem why install stalls at 75%?


Just thought I would put this out there before I did anymore experimenting.


Thanx: Freezframe

Edited by hamluis, 31 December 2015 - 01:40 PM.
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#2 britechguy


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Posted 31 December 2015 - 01:46 PM



         My suggestion, straight out of the box, is to use the Media Creation Tool to create the install media appropriate for your system and in the format you prefer and to try the upgrade using it.  The problem you're having seems to be occurring with shocking regularity, though not with a prevalence such that "everybody's having it," and a number of folks here who've reported similar issues have gotten around it by doing what I'm suggesting.


         There may be others who have some other steps they'd suggest first, and you can certainly wait for that input and follow it if you prefer not to go the route I'm suggesting first.

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#3 Freezframe

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Posted 31 December 2015 - 02:36 PM

This method was definitely going to be my next step( What you suggested)

. I removed the geforce driver and I am trying update again. As for the present the the geforce  update has been sitting at 98% for about 15 minutes. Something not jiving with this particular update. Will do usb install next route.


Thanx: Freezframe

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Posted 10 January 2016 - 06:30 PM

1511 through Win UPD was very buggy. Do the ISO and be done with it.



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