May 27 2021 11:42 PM
May 27 2021 11:42 PM
Hello Good afternoon Everybody ! Well unexpectedly ONCE AGAIN Windows cumulative update windows 10 version 21H1 build 19043.1023 failing to install after multiple attempts. This means this is the 4th update in last 3 months that causing severe headaches to Microsoft Users. Just 2 Weeks ago I moved front 20H2 to 21H1 and it went successful but then again the problem starting coming out of nowhere. Shout loud if you have been facing the same issue as I have been facing for quite sometimes now. Cheer Pals
Oct 02 2021 10:12 AM - edited Oct 02 2021 10:19 AM
It will be compatible with your version, but of course there is no guarantee that the update will succeed, but it is worth checking.
Oct 02 2021 12:14 PM
Oct 02 2021 02:09 PM
I have such a request before installation , enable optional diagnostic data in the privacy settings, it will allow you to send automatic error logs to the Microsoft team, but it can help you install updates because the installer uses them during system configuration .
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تاکسی فرودگاه امام خمینی در تمام طول شبانه روز بصورت 24 ساعته آماده خدمت رسانی به مسافران گرامی می باشد. برا رزرو تاکسی می توانید بصورت آنلاین از طریق سایت تاکسی وی آی پی اقدام کنید.
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Oct 22 2021 10:16 AM
@Andrzej1 This morning I decided to take plunge and did a clean install Windows 10 Pro Version 21H1 on a brand new 1TB hard drive. Everything went well including installing cumulative update KB5006670. There are things that I noticed regarding my C: drive and a second D: drive.
I went into the Disk Management Console and noticed :
1. The C: drive don't have or show a System Reserve Partition
2. Went into the drive's Properties and there isn't a Volume tab where I can check whether the drive has a MBR or GPT partition. Same for the D: drive.
Anyone using version 21H1 with the same info ? My motherboard has a UEFI bios.
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Oct 22 2021 11:19 AM - edited Oct 22 2021 11:25 AM
Don't do it now!
First, make a copy of the system image, and then install Office
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