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Aug 22, 2019
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Hello, first time poster.

I'm having issues every time I go to update to a new version of Windows 10. It fails every time. I've had to do a couple of fresh installs already since 10 came out just to stay on supported versions.

I have the operating system on an ssd, and I have a raid 10 setup with hdd's for storage and less important programs.

I suspect the issue has something to do with how my raid is set up. I disconnected the raid and was able to update to the latest version fine, but when I plugged the raid back in the system would not boot.

I have my motherboard set to RAID. Is this the issue? What is the proper procedure to follow when setting up a system like mine? Should the motherboard be set to ACHI?

It's an older system, here's what I'm working with:

MOBO: Gigabyte EP45-UD3P
SSD: Samsung 250gb 850 EVO
RAID: 4 Western Digital WD10EZEX

Thanks for any help anyone can provide
 
Aug 22, 2019
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It will be in the process of updating, and every time at some point in the process it will restart and come back with a light blue screen asking me what language I want. After I select English it goes to the recovery/repair screen, I'll select Turn off PC.

When I start the machine back up it will have reverted to before the update.

The update history looks like this several times but these are the two different codes listed:

Feature update to Windows 10, version 1903
Last failed install attempt on ‎10/‎23/‎2019 - 0xc1900130

Failed to install on ‎9/‎20/‎2019 - 0xc1900101
 

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