How To Update Windows 8 To 10 ~REPACK~
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Also, keep in mind that there will be updates waiting for you. Windows 10 requires that you install updates automatically, so you will get them without thinking about it. But, if you want to make sure you have everything updated right away after the upgrade completes, go to Settings > Update & Security > Check for Updates.
None of the above works on my HP Windows 8.1 laptop purchased about a year ago. Every attempt to update via Windows Update results in error code 80070005. I download the MediaCreation Tool and it fails to launch/run/install or whatever is is supposed to do. Thus far I have failed to find a solution to this error or for the download tool. Maybe someone reading this has a solution and will respond.
I finally downloaded the ISO file, then did a reset on my laptop, ran the ISO file as a virtual drive and Windows 10 installed in less than an hour including all the updates. What a major pain in the butt! I then had to reinstall my apps and restore the personal settings and documents.
Hey i am having a win 8 preinstalled hp laptop. I dont why but i didnt get windows 10 reserve option.But My friend who has the same laptop model got so. so i guess my win 8 is corrupted or so. so any way i am going to download the official iso and i would like to know the version which i should be downloading. i have win 8 single language installed on my laptop. so should i download win 10 home or win 10 home single language? will i still be able to upgrade to win 10 if i choose win 10 home instead of win 10 home single language?
Microsoft is ending extended support for Windows 8.1 on January 10, 2023. That means those of you still running the old operating system after that time will no longer be able to get security fixes, technical support, and other types of updates or assistance. For that, you will need to install Windows 10 or 11. Fortunately, there are ways you can directly upgrade from Windows 8.1.
Click the Change what to keep link to confirm the personal files and apps you want to keep. Now click the Install button and allow the upgrade to proceed. When finished, your PC will reboot and allow you to log into Windows 10. Let the new operating system configure and update.
Did you get an error message telling you that the Windows 10 installation has failed? This can happen with some PC configurations. If so, your best bet is to update to Windows 10 from the ISO file. Run the Media Creation Tool again. At the screen asking what you want to do, select Create Installation Media and click Next.
Click Change how Windows Setup downloads updates, then select the Not right now option and click Next. Review the license terms and click Accept. At the Ready to install screen, confirm that the upgrade will install Windows 10 and keep your personal files and apps. Click Install and allow the upgrade to proceed.
Your PC will then need to reboot before you can sign into Windows 10. Allow the OS to configure and update, then go through any setup screens. Check that your personal files and apps are installed. Then, open Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update to check for any updates.
After the upgrade, allow your PC to reboot and sign into your new Windows 11 environment. Wait for the setup to complete, then make sure your files and apps are intact. You can also head to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update to check for any available updates.
Windows 8 has reached end of support, which means Windows 8 devices no longer receive important security updates. We recommend making the free upgrade to Windows 8.1 to continue receiving security updates and support.
Beginning in July 2019, the Windows 8 Store is officially closed. While you can no longer install or update applications from the Windows 8 Store, you can continue using those already installed. However, since Windows 8 has been out of support since January 2016, we encourage you to update to Windows 8.1 for free.
Back up your files. Although your files and apps come with you when you update to Windows 8.1 or Windows RT 8.1, it's a good idea to back up your important files to an external drive or the cloud.
The update will download and install in the background while you use your PC to do other things. The installer will check to make sure you have enough disk space, that your apps and devices will work with Windows 8.1 or Windows RT 8.1, and that you have all the required updates.In some cases, the installer might find something you need to take care of before you can continue installing the update. If so, you'll see a message telling you what you need to do.
Your desktop apps come with you when you update to Windows 8.1 or Windows RT 8.1, but you'll need to reinstall your Windows Store apps. You can see all of the Windows Store apps you own in the Your apps section of the Store. From here, you can choose the ones you want to install on your updated PC and install them all at once.
In the list of updates, select the update containing KB 2919355, and then tap or click Install.If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, enter the password or provide confirmation.
This error might mean that your PC couldn't connect to the Windows Update servers. If you're using a VPN connection to connect to a work network, disconnect from the network and turn off the VPN software (if applicable) and then try to install the update again.The error could also mean there isn't enough free space in the System Reserved partition. You might be able to fix this problem by using third-party software to increase the size of the System Reserved partition.
These are generic errors that might appear any time a Windows update fails. You'll need to determine the specific error code to investigate how to best resolve this problemYou can find the error code for the failed update by viewing your update history. Look for KB 2919355 in the list, note the error code, and then contact Microsoft support.To view your update history:
This error might mean that your PC doesn't have the required update KB 2919442 installed. Check to make sure that all important updates, including KB 2919442, are installed on your PC. If all updates are installed, you might need to refresh your PC.To refresh you PC:
It turns out there are several methods of upgrading from older versions of Windows (Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1) to Windows 10 Home without paying the $139 fee for the latest operating system. So let's give you the lowdown on how to update to Windows 10 for free.
A few years back, Microsoft offered Windows 7 and Windows 8 users to upgrade to Windows 10 for free. The upgrade program allowed users with genuine license keys to upgrade to the latest operating system at no extra cost. While the free update program ended in 2016, it seems that the offer continues to remain valid.
After days of complicated messing on, reading silly online suggestions from people who appear to know less than nothing, no progress. Microsoft not much help either. This simple expedient of switching off updates resolved the Install failure. What on earth has this to do with Setup being unable to get the provider DISM package manager?
Hi Kaushik, deferring the updates by selecting "Not Right Now" made all the difference in upgrading my 8.1 pro to 10 on this old Laptop. I've tried many of the things including upgrading from the ISO but the install kept failing at the 73% progress point, I think the process was always failing because I was always choosing to do the updates. There were suggestions for installing the setup log interpreter and other things but I'm glad I did not do that. There even were suggestions uninstalling the anti-virus and I was glad I did not do that either. There was one mention about the difficulty of the upgrade as a sign of the system needing a clean install. This upgrade process seems to be a clouded process (up till now) with literally one shining star (Kaushik). I'm not even trying to get win 10 free as I've already bought the key some time back and I'm rambling as I'm so happy about this fix.....
Hello, I am an bit of an amateur but can be semi technical with the right instructions. I have and Acer Inspire R7 that is Windows 8.1. I just replaced hd with ssd and upgraded memory as well. It was very simple. I then used my external hard drive that has my recovery on it. It all loaded fine and seemed to work well. I had upgraded to windows 10 prior with no problem but laptop was a bit slow so got another laptop which I am iffy about. So decided to update this old acer R7 one I like. It had been reformatted. But recovery went well on ssd and windows 8.1 seemed fine. Now I am trying to figure out how to get windows 10 free back on my laptop. I have found Create Windows 10 Installation Media - has a download tool which I used. All seemed to go very well until it got to the 73% install and got a box that said Windows 10 installation has failed. Never asked me if I wanted to update anything, it just went straight to Window 10 installation. I do have my updates set to let me pick what is to be updated. I have tried a couple fixes, restarts, etc... only with the exact same outcome. 4 x I have tried. I see your instructions above but they are just a little hard for me to understand. Is there a way you can do a more specific with step by step instructions? I am so frustrated as even this new laptop had no issue with windows 10 or 11 upgrade. I can't afford to have someone look at it. But I will keep plugging away as I feel I can figure it out with the right steps. I am wondering if the new ssd could have anything to do with it? Appreciate any help if you can.
Thank you so much. I also had this problem - days of frustration - finally found your answer - Don't tell it to upgrade this computer - tell it to create the ISO file, which File Explorer can read - no need for any software to extract it -- and especially DON'T let it try to update. So simple (if time consuming) to do it your way. Kudos all the way and thanks for sharing!! 2b1af7f3a8