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  # 1354708 29-Jul-2015 17:48
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rogercruse: Been installing now for more than an hour.



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  # 1354733 29-Jul-2015 18:02
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Brumfondl:
insane: Question, on my one PC I have an OEM version of windows 7 pro 32-bit (only), it has no 64-bit version on the original media.

If I download the Windows 10 Pro 64-bit media will I be able to install it using the key I have for the 32-bit OEM version?


You would need to upgrade to the 32 bit version of W10 and then clean install to the 64bit version as you can't upgrade from 32 to 64.

When making media with the download tool you can specify an image that is both 32 and 64 bit.


Yeah makes sense, having issues with verifying the 32 & 64 bit media though. The 64 bit only downloaded OK, might try just the 32-bit media download only.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1354736 29-Jul-2015 18:06
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Windows 10 Enterprise is now available for those with an Action Pack subscription.
Not sure why it is Enterprise when previous versions of Windows have only been Pro.

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  # 1354738 29-Jul-2015 18:08
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CYaBro: Windows 10 Enterprise is now available for those with an Action Pack subscription.
Not sure why it is Enterprise when previous versions of Windows have only been Pro.


There was an Enterprise version of Windows 7, used it as the standard image at the last place I worked as it had bit-locker and used the same key as the pro version.

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  # 1354742 29-Jul-2015 18:10
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Anyone sucessfully updated via Windows Update?. Still saying its ready/reserved  and windows update shows failed (this is in Windows update as the early posts this thread NOT the Get Windows 10). The download link later in this thread fails for me both versions.

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  # 1354748 29-Jul-2015 18:17
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Loving it. Smooth. Edge is great. Only thing is Cortana cant hear me half the time using the UK language on the SP3

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  # 1354750 29-Jul-2015 18:17
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CYaBro: Windows 10 Enterprise is now available for those with an Action Pack subscription.
Not sure why it is Enterprise when previous versions of Windows have only been Pro.


There was an Enterprise version of Windows 7, used it as the standard image at the last place I worked as it had bit-locker and used the same key as the pro version.


Windows 8 and 8.1 only had Pro.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1354755 29-Jul-2015 18:31
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i tried to run the Wuaults.exe/update now again on my work computer,

It downloaded and said processing update then, i got a failed update.   Code 80070057 & 80240020>

same as last time i tried.

guess ill have to wait to proper release

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  # 1354761 29-Jul-2015 18:36
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Quinny: Anyone sucessfully updated via Windows Update?. Still saying its ready/reserved  and windows update shows failed (this is in Windows update as the early posts this thread NOT the Get Windows 10). The download link later in this thread fails for me both versions.



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  # 1354762 29-Jul-2015 18:37
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Well I downloaded the tool told it to ISO > USB and twice now "Something Happened"

Ugh!

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  # 1354764 29-Jul-2015 18:38
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nzrocketman: do the delete the directory approach shown back a few pages. I did that and it worked a charm.

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  # 1354765 29-Jul-2015 18:38

Quinny: Anyone sucessfully updated via Windows Update?. Still saying its ready/reserved  and windows update shows failed (this is in Windows update as the early posts this thread NOT the Get Windows 10). The download link later in this thread fails for me both versions.


Yep, im having that issue....
trying again right now

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  # 1354768 29-Jul-2015 18:39
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nzrocketman: i tried to run the Wuaults.exe/update now again on my work computer,

It downloaded and said processing update then, i got a failed update.   Code 80070057 & 80240020>

same as last time i tried.

guess ill have to wait to proper release


You can use the downloadable ISO at http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10   Using that ISO, run SETUP.EXE from within Windows 8.1

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  # 1354769 29-Jul-2015 18:39
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networkn: Well I downloaded the tool told it to ISO > USB and twice now "Something Happened"

Ugh!


Had the same issue. What worked was using the tool again this time selecting the ISO option, and downloaded it as is. Then mounted the iso in windows 8 and run the setup.exe. Worked no issues. Update the install and away you go.

Not sure why running it from the USB causes the something happened error. 

Hope that helps.

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  # 1354772 29-Jul-2015 18:40
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Currently installing. At 55%. Praying no errors pop up. (Used setup.exe from the iso i downloaded to my laptop)

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