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This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Thanks for your feedback. On Friday Microsoft changed Windows Update so that it does not install the November Update until your current copy of Windows has been installed for at least 30 days. Microsoft also withdrew the Novemeber Update from download sites so obtaining it from the site Trevor provides in his reply just above also no longer can help you.

The Media Creation Tool site now is back to offering the July 29 release build , which is what you are trying to upgrade. There is nothing wrong with the November Update itself. The problem is that some folks have upgraded from Windows 7 or 8 within the past 30 days thinking that if they didn’t like Windows 10 they could easily go back their old OS.

More people will be doing this over the next months until the free Windows 10 upgrade program ends next July. Microsoft has promised folks who want to “test drive” Windows 10 that they had 30 days to do so.

But once the November Update is installed they lose that ability to change their minds and get their old OS back with no changes to it. The November Update deletes the windows. You now have to wait to upgrade. The 30 days is counted from tha last time you installed or reinstalled Windows When that time is up Windows Update will again show the Fall Update. Humm, this is weird.

I installed windows 10 a lot time ago I think I have had windows 10 installed for almost all the semester. Perhaps, could it be that when trying to update and failing And rolling back to the previous version the 30 day counting started?

Read my reply to this reply also. The fix was easy, or maybe Microsoft fixed the problem, don’t know really. The same thing happened to me last night. I noticed that it appeared as though windows 10 was re-installing itself, when I woke up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom. Now that worried me because of a phone call I got the other day from someone claiming to be from Microsoft asking me if I speak English.

His English was horrible BTW. I immediately thought that it was a scammer because he asked for my personal information which I refused to give, and when he asked questions that required a “Yes or No” answer, I said no because of a telephone scammer that almost scammed me out of tons of money a few years back, never say yes to a stranger on the phone in a co called survey, lesson learnt.

The survey was recorded and I got a phone call from a lawyer saying that I had agreed to something that required collecting money from me. I got out of it by telling this lawyer that my German is horrible, and I understood nothing that was being said from that survey anyways. But anyways, I got the same deal everyone else here got, the install was stuck “Configuring Windows.

When the PC restarted, it said in German, I live in Germany , that it was rolling back to the previous version of Windows, now that worried me, because my previous version is 8. I’ve had the free 10 OS since the past summer, so of course I’m past the 30 period. The thing is, I noticed in updates that this upgrade is still there, and waiting to install itself, or try to, again. So now I’m trying to figure out what to do.

I need a little advice. I read on the net that this is an upgrade to Windows 10 pro, is that real?? Because I also read the opposite too. But anyways, happy that it rolled back to 10, and not crappy 8. PS my friends: I was wishful in thinking that this upgrade would give us Aero back in “File Explorer, I sure miss it, but it’s nice in the start menu, is it not?

My PC says it’s a “Home” version. Thank You in advance. I went into updates, clicked check for updates, even though it was there, and it redownloaded the updates that were a problem, and it worked. Installed in less than an hour, and with a very nice greeting when the PC restarted. It says “Hi”, and that there are a few changes, I can see that File Explorer is changed a little, it appears a bit like XP at the top, but no Aero, unless there is something I don’t see yet, gotta look around a bit.

The XP window pane is back in file explorer, Top ribbon and control panel. Also it is incorporated into Google Chrome. Really, I did not like the new 10 File explorer design that much. Now that’s a very nice change people. It’s not transparent, that is, I’m still searching for an option to make it so, but so far, just the old XP style.

The color of the XP window pane also changes with the changing of my desktop, which is cool too. Anyways, try what I did, and good luck to all.

 
 

 

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After downloading the ISO file, you can use tools, such as Rufus to create a bootable media of Windows How can I download windows 10 pro 64bit version build and save an iso file and burn it to dvd? This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Windows 10 Media Creation Tool is a free tool released by Microsoft. Windows 10 November Update accepts keys from previous versions of Windows.

Rufus is a free third-party tool designed to create a bootable USB flash drive to install Windows 10, but unlike the Media Creation Tool, Rufus can also download the ISO file and prepare the bootable media using an older version of Windows Click the Settings button third button from the left a the bottom of the page.

Sorry this didn’t help. Thanks for your feedback. On Friday Microsoft changed Windows Update so that it does not install the November Update until your current copy of Windows has been installed for at least 30 days.

Microsoft also withdrew the Novemeber Update from download sites so obtaining it from the site Trevor provides in his reply just above also no longer can help you. The Media Creation Tool site now is back to offering the July 29 release build , which is what you are trying to upgrade. There is nothing wrong with the November Update itself. The problem is that some folks have upgraded from Windows 7 or 8 within the past 30 days thinking that if they didn’t like Windows 10 they could easily go back their old OS.

More people will be doing this over the next months until the free Windows 10 upgrade program ends next July. Microsoft has promised folks who want to “test drive” Windows 10 that they had 30 days to do so. But once the November Update is installed they lose that ability to change their minds and get their old OS back with no changes to it. The November Update deletes the windows. You now have to wait to upgrade. The 30 days is counted from tha last time you installed or reinstalled Windows When that time is up Windows Update will again show the Fall Update.

Humm, this is weird. I installed windows 10 a lot time ago I think I have had windows 10 installed for almost all the semester. Perhaps, could it be that when trying to update and failing And rolling back to the previous version the 30 day counting started? Read my reply to this reply also. The fix was easy, or maybe Microsoft fixed the problem, don’t know really.

The same thing happened to me last night. I noticed that it appeared as though windows 10 was re-installing itself, when I woke up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom. Now that worried me because of a phone call I got the other day from someone claiming to be from Microsoft asking me if I speak English. His English was horrible BTW. I immediately thought that it was a scammer because he asked for my personal information which I refused to give, and when he asked questions that required a “Yes or No” answer, I said no because of a telephone scammer that almost scammed me out of tons of money a few years back, never say yes to a stranger on the phone in a co called survey, lesson learnt.

The survey was recorded and I got a phone call from a lawyer saying that I had agreed to something that required collecting money from me. I got out of it by telling this lawyer that my German is horrible, and I understood nothing that was being said from that survey anyways. But anyways, I got the same deal everyone else here got, the install was stuck “Configuring Windows. When the PC restarted, it said in German, I live in Germany , that it was rolling back to the previous version of Windows, now that worried me, because my previous version is 8.

I’ve had the free 10 OS since the past summer, so of course I’m past the 30 period. The thing is, I noticed in updates that this upgrade is still there, and waiting to install itself, or try to, again. So now I’m trying to figure out what to do.

 
 

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