12-23-2017 12:20 AM
12-23-2017 12:20 AM
Currently, I'm using Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17025.rs_prerelease.171020-1626
As windows launched update with a new version 17063.1000, I'm unable to update.
Each time system restarts and update runs for a while. Then, it rolls back to previous version of windows.
Error Code is - 0xc1900101.
12-24-2017 06:05 AMSolution
This code refers to a possible driver issue, please refer to c:\windows\panther\setuperr.log & setupact.log to find out which driver is blocking your upgrade, if possible remove / update the driver / software for the upgrade
(if you get an access denied error on the logfile, just copy the files somewhere before opening them)
Hope this helps
12-24-2017 09:08 AM
Thanks for sharing the info. Required file stating issue was found in subfolders under Panther directory.
Exact problem was disk space. While update was showing required space of 23GB, but actual space required during installation was 27GB. I had only 25GB space. Because of that, it was not updating.
12-24-2017 09:11 AM
12-24-2017 09:43 AM
I have the same problem. Only errorcode 0xd0000001. Tried the problem solver from Windows, but it didn't help. (After saying it solved the errors)
Tried 8 times to update to 17063, but no positive results.
12-24-2017 09:50 AM
Can you refer to c:\windows\panther\setuperr.log & setupact.log and tell us what is causing to stop the updates.
If is also possible that windows has created another folder inside panther. You have to look for setupree.log and setupact.log files.
Alternatively, You an upload the both files here.
12-24-2017 10:31 AM
Enclosed the files. (zip)
Have also the same problem on my Asus Chi300 transformer book.
Would be nice if you find a solution.
12-24-2017 10:46 AM
Although files was not much helpful to me. But I have noticed one thing.
Your system TIME and DATE is incorrect. The error code you stated 0xD0000001 is associated with STORE error. Can you try updating after changing the date and time?
Check the System Date and Time on your computer. If they are showing incorrect values, then follow the steps below and correct the time and date according to your time zone.
Press Windows key + R key on your keyboard
Type “Control" and click on "Date and Time".
Click Change date and time button (To change the time zone click on time zone tab).
Click Apply and OK to save the date and time.
Also have you gone through the solution given in following link?
12-24-2017 10:51 AM
Time and date are correct. (See picture)
Going to read the link.
When succes, I will post it here.
12-24-2017 11:24 AM
This didn't work. Even changing to a former date did not help.
Now time and date are automatically assigned on base of location.
Uninstalled some programs. Maybe that will work.
krrp you informed.
12-24-2017 11:58 AM
On my Asus 300 Chi i have another error: 0x8024200d
But the same experience with the update. Rolling back after restart.
12-24-2017 12:02 PM
I would suggest for resetting the windows updates.
here is the link:-
12-24-2017 12:19 PM
Unfortunately the file is not available anymore....
Kind regards, Paul
12-26-2017 01:12 AM
I've the same problem [Windows 10 Insider Preview 17063.1000 (rs_prerelease) 0xc1900101] but i've 90Gb of free space on disk. Before upgrade all working well, after i read many error on setuperr.log
12-27-2017 02:39 AM
By the way, suddenly the update on my Asus Chi 300 worked....so that is fine. At the moment my PC did 13 attempts to update....
Could be a driver, but in fact Microsoft should solve the problem...
Nice days, and a happy new year.
12-27-2017 02:46 AM
Here is the right link:
12-27-2017 08:32 AM
I'm having the same issue updating to Windows 10 Insider Preview 17063.1000 (rs_prerelease). However, I currently have Windows 10 Insider preview 17046 installed. My system has attempted and failed to install Build 17063 3 times since it's release. I also get the failed install error: 0xc1900101
I haven't had this issue with previous insider preview builds. Anyone have success with getting past this issue?