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  Reply # 1354773 29-Jul-2015 18:40 Send private message

r2b2: nzrocketman: do the delete the directory approach shown back a few pages. I did that and it worked a charm.


yes i did

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  Reply # 1354777 29-Jul-2015 18:45 Send private message

So my laptop, which I put a new SSD in to install the Insider Win10 (and is now on build 10240 I think, the one where the build number disappeared from the bottom right corner), what do I do with that now?
Will it "expire" or just keep on going?




Life is too short to remove USB safely.


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  Reply # 1354780 29-Jul-2015 18:49 Send private message

kiwifidget: So my laptop, which I put a new SSD in to install the Insider Win10 (and is now on build 10240 I think, the one where the build number disappeared from the bottom right corner), what do I do with that now?
Will it "expire" or just keep on going?


where did you get the key from?

check expiry with WINVER

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  Reply # 1354781 29-Jul-2015 18:50 Send private message

went to windows update and started install when I got home.

Posting this from edge.

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  Reply # 1354783 29-Jul-2015 18:52 Send private message

Home now and ready to try get this.

Have had it reserved, but nothing was downloading.

Deleted the contents of C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download as suggested and now windows update is downloading 747MB, stalled at 2% for last 5 minutes. Seems a bit a small to me?

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  Reply # 1354787 29-Jul-2015 18:55 Send private message

nathan:
kiwifidget: So my laptop, which I put a new SSD in to install the Insider Win10 (and is now on build 10240 I think, the one where the build number disappeared from the bottom right corner), what do I do with that now?
Will it "expire" or just keep on going?


where did you get the key from?

check expiry with WINVER

WINVER does not mention an expiry. It is build 10240 though.
There was a KEY way back yonks ago but damned if I can find it now.




Life is too short to remove USB safely.


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  Reply # 1354794 29-Jul-2015 19:07

So if i get the ISO , can i upgrade from 8.1 or do i need to do the whole windows update upgrade , for licencing purposes?


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  Reply # 1354797 29-Jul-2015 19:13 Send private message

ISO can be used to run the upgrade instead of WU. Just run setup.exe from Windows, or boot fromUSB/DVD ISO and select upgrade option.

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  Reply # 1354805 29-Jul-2015 19:19 Send private message

kiwifidget:
nathan:
kiwifidget: So my laptop, which I put a new SSD in to install the Insider Win10 (and is now on build 10240 I think, the one where the build number disappeared from the bottom right corner), what do I do with that now?
Will it "expire" or just keep on going?


where did you get the key from?

check expiry with WINVER

WINVER does not mention an expiry. It is build 10240 though.
There was a KEY way back yonks ago but damned if I can find it now.


There is no expiry. You have a full and genuine install of Windows 10 :) You will notice that it is licensed to Microsoft, though.





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  Reply # 1354809 29-Jul-2015 19:29 One person supports this post Send private message

Windows 10 all up and running, i like it!

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  Reply # 1354812 29-Jul-2015 19:31 Send private message

After upgraded do you have to reactivate Windows again?

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  Reply # 1354813 29-Jul-2015 19:33 Send private message

Gamegeek: After upgraded do you have to reactivate Windows again?


Not from my experience. It should all be activated.





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  Reply # 1354820 29-Jul-2015 19:42 Send private message

I have a 2GB RAM machine 1.5Ghz Atom N550 [2 cores] should I install 32 bit or 64 bit [coming from Win 7 starter]

The Get Win10 icon is not showing anything yet and no directories have appeared either frown

On the Get Win10 icon, what happens does it change colour or provide some pop up ?

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  Reply # 1354822 29-Jul-2015 19:50 Send private message

I was finally able to upgrade. So far so good. Tomorrow I will see if I can make a clean install now.


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  Reply # 1354825 29-Jul-2015 19:56 Send private message

xlinknz: I have a 2GB RAM machine 1.5Ghz Atom N550 [2 cores] should I install 32 bit or 64 bit [coming from Win 7 starter]

The Get Win10 icon is not showing anything yet and no directories have appeared either frown

On the Get Win10 icon, what happens does it change colour or provide some pop up ?


32-bit as from what I have read Starter was 32-bit only.





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