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Topic # 179167 29-Aug-2015 17:41
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Hi everyone here.

My dads computer wish to upgrade to Windows 10, we have search with google million times in regarding this Microsoft Error Code: C190011F

What the computer is doing is, we go thru Windows update, when it is reached the 100% download, then it started to do its analyzing, it comes up with the error and then it will downloading again.

We have even try to do a install from bootup via USB, it just doesn't work either

Could you please suggest me what is the alternative way to install the Windows 10?

Thanks

Jacky 

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  Reply # 1376178 29-Aug-2015 18:09
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Did you manage to boot from the USB key?



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  Reply # 1376180 29-Aug-2015 18:16
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Hello

Yes I did, it says to us that I need to remove the USB stick and reinstall back inside the Windows

Press the ok button n then it will reboot back to Windows..

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1376186 29-Aug-2015 18:49
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Instead of booting from the USB key, have you tried running the setup from inside Windows?

What PC model is it and have you update all drivers?






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  Reply # 1376188 29-Aug-2015 19:05
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freitasm: Instead of booting from the USB key, have you tried running the setup from inside Windows?

What PC model is it and have you update all drivers?




Yes if you want to do an upgrade, boot into windows insert usb stick and run setup.exe from the usb



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  Reply # 1376211 29-Aug-2015 22:08
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freitasm: Instead of booting from the USB key, have you tried running the setup from inside Windows?

What PC model is it and have you update all drivers?




Hello Boss, yes I am downloading from Windows update and it give me this code error... 





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  Reply # 1376308 30-Aug-2015 09:34
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jackyleunght2002:
freitasm: Instead of booting from the USB key, have you tried running the setup from inside Windows?

What PC model is it and have you update all drivers?




Hello Boss, yes I am downloading from Windows update and it give me this code error... 


What I meant is use the Windows 10 download tool from here, create a USB stick with that and run the setup from inside Windows - not booting from that USB stick




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