I still don't have Windows 10 =(

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jayxe, Aug 11, 2015.

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  1. Jayxe

    Jayxe Member

    I reserved my Windows 10 about a week before it was released to the public (due to something blocking my notification to pop up) but I have yet to get the download and install option. The manual install also bugs out after "downloading" Windows 10 so I can't force it either. Am I alone here?
     
  2. Elfreid

    Elfreid Well-Known Member

    I helped more than 10 of my friends to upgrade to Windows 10 and never meet the problem you are facing. Do you mind to get some screenshot to show here?
     
  3. haloboi

    haloboi Active Member

    You literally have to force it over and over until it initiates the download. Spam the cmd commands while initiating the updates queque. It took me almost 2 hours straight to force it on release day but it was well worth the pain.
     
  4. SuijinZero

    SuijinZero Active Member

    You can just download it from microsoft page to upgrade it you know? You dont know to wait for the notification to appear. I download it directly via microsoft page and upgraded just 1 2 days after release. Have you try downloading from a friend's computer, the setup file, then put it on a usb and run it?
     
  5. S3IJI

    S3IJI Active Member

    Hi, try to delete all Files in C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download (maybe you need to deactivate the Windows Update Service, after that you need to delete the $Windows.~BT folder (manually) or with the system cleanup (click right on your c partition and select properties, cleanup. The entry that deletes the old files are in most cases the last one in the list. After the folder is gone, restart your pc and start the Windows Update service.

    The last step is to run a cmd as admin and type the following command: wuauclt.exe /updatenow then you should see the Windows Update window that Windows 10 is downloaded again, after that the installation should work as expected.

    If the procedure doesn't work, you can start the update as already mentioned by ISO.
    Full answer:
    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...-windows/31722b30-1da9-42bb-b331-0edc4649bf43
     
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  6. DionGRx

    DionGRx New Member

    They arent that good anyways. Everyone got them a bit late. I got the notificaiton just 4 days ago!
     
  7. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    I just went to windows update, like the place where you go to install new drivers, and it downloaded from there.
     
  8. grafcraft

    grafcraft New Member

    Weird, normally you can get it easily
     
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  9. XxZIOIMIBIExX

    XxZIOIMIBIExX Active Member

  10. jj1216

    jj1216 Active Member

    Why would you want to upgrade to Windows 10? I immediately revert back to Win 7 from control panel after the upgrade finish. The main reasons are slow performance / laggy, keyboard not functioning at all, wifi show connected but no internet access.
     
  11. XxZIOIMIBIExX

    XxZIOIMIBIExX Active Member

    ^ windows 10 is fine, honestly its not that bad at all.

    smooth as silk, and even runs less RAM and CPU. i also get ever so slightly lower temps due to all of this....

    hardware upgrade?
     
  12. jj1216

    jj1216 Active Member

    Not sure if it's the hardware. My laptop is windows 7, specs of 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, Nvidia GT555M 2GB, Intel i7 2.2GHz. In other words, I don't really think it is the hardware problem. I have seen my friend's upgrade too, it is very laggy as well while having much latest hardware.
     
  13. NazgulStig

    NazgulStig Well-Known Member

    If you upgrade saving all apps and files your 10 will be slow. I used the option to save only my personal files and its super fast. You can also use the reset option to make it fast again.
     
  14. jj1216

    jj1216 Active Member

    You mean I should do a backup of all my important files and documents in prior to the upgrade? And right after the upgrade do a hard reset for the window? Does this cure the problem? Because if I do this, I will need to reinstall all my software, application and games (particularly Steam).
     
  15. NazgulStig

    NazgulStig Well-Known Member

    Yes, you will have to reinstall all applications, games and software but it is worth the effort because Windows 10 is almost twice as fast as 8 and not to forget the advantages of DirectX12.
     
  16. jj1216

    jj1216 Active Member

    Alright. Thanks for your helpful information! I will try it during sometime or free weekends :)
     
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  17. GTASANTT

    GTASANTT Member

    You can just go to windows website or search "download windows 10" in google, and you can download the installer directly from there
     
  18. fabiokawai

    fabiokawai Active Member

    Did you delete installed drivers and installed W10 compatible drivers?
     
  19. lisat

    lisat Member

    I went to windows update and it downloaded from there.
     
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