[SOLVED] My Asus laptop will not install windows 1903

snowy12

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My Asus F450B will not install windows 1903 my first attempt when as far as restart your computer which I did but it still had the old version tried again this time it started to install ,got so far and then came up with "Undoing changes to your PC " Is it worth the trouble to upgrade?
 

mickycond86

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I get those kind of problems only at All-in-One computers - especially with Lenovo computers...

Guessing that you computer isn't compatible for that kind of update ... YET
You'll just have to wait to the next update ...

I had a problem with Microsoft Store that didn't load and I couldn't open it at all.
and even connected a Microsoft representative to my computer for assist . and nothing
they couldn't find the problem.

all the other computers worked fine - but this was an All-in-one computer by the disgusting company named : HP

but after an automatic update - Microsoft fixed that issue
and no one knew what was the problem
guessing the type of the computer + the version of Microsoft Store got you in to this mess.

i'm guessing you'll just have to be patient
and soon you'll get an update for your system
 

britechguy

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What version are you currently running?

I can't say that you must upgrade to 1903, per se, but you are going to have to keep updating as Feature Updates progress. Version 1803 is about to go out of support in November. Version 1809 will go through spring of next year.

Before attempting to update again, I would definitely try:

Using SFC (System File Checker) and DISM (Deployment Imaging Servicing and Management) to Repair Windows 8 & 10

If you did not use the "ISO Method" to do the update you might want to try going that route:

Doing a Windows 10 Repair Install or Feature Update Using the Windows 10 ISO file

If that doesn't work, you may have to resort, at some point in the future, to doing a completely clean reinstall if you cannot get ongoing Feature Updates to install. It has been my observation that most machines that refuse to apply feature updates have some sort of issue with the existing Windows 10 installation that can only be cured by doing a clean reinstall.
 

britechguy

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If running SFC or DISM "only lasts a few seconds" then you are either doing something very, very wrong or something is very, very wrong with your system.

The same is true of doing a repair install.

None of the above are quick.

I know how these things work because I've done both more times than I can count. I also know that they are not "fast" by any means. Follow the instructions to the letter.
 

snowy12

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I managed to run both scans neither found any problems. Weird thing though it just did more updates for 1809 and I am not being offered the new update now??
 

mickycond86

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I get those kind of problems only at All-in-One computers - especially with Lenovo computers...

Guessing that you computer isn't compatible for that kind of update ... YET
You'll just have to wait to the next update ...

I had a problem with Microsoft Store that didn't load and I couldn't open it at all.
and even connected a Microsoft representative to my computer for assist . and nothing
they couldn't find the problem.

all the other computers worked fine - but this was an All-in-one computer by the disgusting company named : HP

but after an automatic update - Microsoft fixed that issue
and no one knew what was the problem
guessing the type of the computer + the version of Microsoft Store got you in to this mess.

i'm guessing you'll just have to be patient
and soon you'll get an update for your system
 

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