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Topic # 192022 24-Feb-2016 14:04
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So I upgraded my Windows 7 Ultimate to Windows 10 Pro as soon as I could (via the ISO creator)

 

Every so often I check to see if I can upgrade to the 1511 Upgrade, but Windows Update never offers me the upgrade.

 

I am thinking that doing a clean install of 1511 is the way to go, but am wondering if there is anything I am missing as to why the upgrade won't show automatically.


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  Reply # 1498489 24-Feb-2016 14:07
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Installed in last 31 days rule applies?



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  Reply # 1498537 24-Feb-2016 14:39
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Nope, installed in July 2015 (as soon as the ISO creator was made available - might have been August)


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  Reply # 1498561 24-Feb-2016 15:05
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Make new media using the creation tool and upgrade that way.








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  Reply # 1502075 1-Mar-2016 12:12
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Thought nathan may have provided some cryptic clue :-)

 

Last night however I downloaded and created the ISO with version 1511, and then after saving everything performed the upgrade 
No issues and once I connected to the internet and signed into my account Windows activated

 

 


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