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Download Windows 10 Updates A second Disk Drive

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#1 iKokomo


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Posted 06 December 2016 - 01:11 PM

I got a neat little Quad Core Windows 10 tablet on Black Friday for less than $50 USD just to play around with (I know right? Prices have dropped) and it came with 16GB storage internal. 
Obviously being full Windows 10 it was mostly filled (less than 6GB free) from the factory with a stock Windows 10 installation (no bloatware or extras where installed). When I tried to do an update it said it was too full and needed more space. 
I added and extra 64GB High speed memory card to the unit to add more HD space. 
My question is, how can I update this computer? It has enough space, but the main Windows partition is to the 16GB internal storage so it wont default download updates to the 64GB Micro SD. 
Thanks for your help!! 

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#2 FreeBooter


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Posted 06 December 2016 - 03:33 PM

Are you trying to install Windows updates or trying to upgrade the currently installed version of the Windows 10?

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