• fbl_impressive Enterprise 10130 - Error 0x80070020

So far the ONLY update that has worked is a fresh install of 10077 that updated to 10122.  My results now:

May 30th, 2015 5:50pm

Me too.

Just spent the afternoon doing an upgrade from Win 10 64-bit build 10125 to 10130. It was unpleasant in the extreme.

The highlights (or rather lowlights) of the afternoon are summarized thus:

1. Update saw the new build and started downloading. At 50% the download choked and threw an error. Several repeated download attempts produced no success. Windows kept offering to try again later.

2. After I restored an image backup of the earlier build, download of build 10130 succeeded and update installation started. It got through the initial preparation while still in Windows, but at first reboot problems arose.

3. At the copying files stage, the process hung on 3% (0% overall) for about 20 minutes, while HDD light continued to flicker. I suspected a problem because it was taking much longer than any previous update. The copy files process finally started to move very gradually to the 30% point, then rebooted.

4. At second reboot the next stage (installing Windows?) also went slowly and 10 minutes into it, the computer dropped into a blue screen with error message: fbl_impressive Professional 10130 - Error 0x80007d. With a hard reset the installer loaded and gave a message something like "Trying to recover installation." Apparently that succeeded, because after a minute or two the computer automatically restarted and continued with the second stage of the installation. After a time that concluded successfully with another reboot.

5. Failing to take notes I'm a little fuzzy on the details here, but there was another problem with the third stage and the computer dropped into a blue screen again. A hard reset led into Windows loading the GUI with a message about installing devices (that seemed out of place to me). Then on to the desktop.

6. Once on the desktop, a quick look around revealed: a) WMI was broken, b) four unknown devices in Device Manager, c) printer not installed, d)Wifi failed to connect.

This is clearly a fatally flawed install. Tomorrow I restore the previous build. If a third installation attempt fails, I'll leave well enough alone and wait for the next build

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May 30th, 2015 6:45pm

The best why to Install the new build is to Downgrade to the build 10074, Switch the update to fast ring and update to build 10130...

Officiel iso build 10074 : http://iso.esd.microsoft.com/W10IP/E0F85BFCD0F6BA607BF1528926371D21F8F6B6BF/Windows10_InsiderPreview_x64_FR-FR_10074.iso

May 30th, 2015 6:53pm

The best why to Install the new build is to Downgrade to the build 10074, Switch the update to fast ring and update to build 10130...

Officiel iso build 10074 : http://iso.esd.microsoft.com/W10IP/E0F85BFCD0F6BA607BF1528926371D21F8F6B6BF/Windows10_InsiderPreview_x64_FR-FR_10074.iso

Lyesbahi,

Is your ISO file in French ?

To everyone,

If you wish to follow Lyesbahi advice, here is the link to download 10074 ISO file. You can pick your choice of language.

For Pro ( non-enterprise ) version
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/preview-iso-update-1504

Product key: 6P99N-YF42M-TPGBG-9VMJP-YKHCF



 

For Enterprise version

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/evaluate-windows-enterprise-insider-preview
Product key : VTNMT-2FMYP-QCY43-QR9VK-WTVCK



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May 30th, 2015 7:56pm

So I need to use my .iso and overwrite the build 10122 install with the original 10074 so it can then download and update to the 10130 build?  That is totally convoluted.  At the rate builds are pushing out now, there will be another one before I can complete all of those steps to get to the 10130 build.

May 31st, 2015 12:31am

In case it was not made clearly.......

Once you have successfully installed 10074 using its ISO file and set "Choose how preview builds are installed" to Fast, Windows Update will offer you build 10130 for install. You don't have to go through build 10122 anymore.

Usually it takes within the same day to upgrade from 10074 to 10130.

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May 31st, 2015 12:41am

I actually understood that part.  I'm on build 10122 now, so I have to downgrade by using the .iso to overwrite what is on my system right now so that it can download and install the 10130 build (hopefully within the next 24 hours).  

I just went through the process of scratching this system (was stuck on 99xx), doing a complete fresh install of 1074, re-installed all of my apps, AV, etc.. and then it updated (perfectly I may add) to 10122 overnight.  That entire process took me over three days and now, not even 24 hours later, I have to do it all over again because Microsoft can't fix a bug in the distribution system?

May 31st, 2015 1:07am

I understand your frustration.

I am assuming that you are now back on build 10122. Yes ?

If build 10122 is still working perfectly, then I would suggest that you hang on to it, and set the system to Slow ring.

If Microsoft is satisfied with how build 10130 performs since the release, MS might release it to Slow ring together with its ISO download.

When that happens, you can download the 10130 ISO and use it to install.

Ideally speaking, it is better to do Clean Install so that no "baggage" will be carried over from the previous build to the new build.

However, in your case (re-installed all of my apps, AV, etc.. ) , it may not be preferable.
You can, instead, right click at the downloaded ISO file > click Mount > click Setup.exe.
Install will start. This way, you can keep all your files, settings and installed programs.




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May 31st, 2015 1:23am

Actually 10122 is working quite well for me right now.  I think I'm going to move all of my systems back to the slow ring and wait for the .iso's since I end up having to use them more often than not.

May 31st, 2015 1:37am

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