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Windows 10 official version upgrade process record and experience
[Multi-chart Warning] 50 images, about 4.6 MBSystem Overview:
Pre-installed Windows 8.1 Chinese Version
The Users folder on drive C has been moved to drive D, and a symbolic link has been established in the original place. (I suspect this is the cause of system upgrade failure)Target of this upgrade:
Maintain the official windows identity
Keep programs and settings as much as possibleTools used:
The image numbers in the text are not consecutive. The decimal number is generally a photo. The integer is generally.
This article is original, URL: http://www.cnblogs.com/go2bed/p/4695330.html
The process in this article is a lot of nonsense, mainly to record. A watermark is added to the image to prevent reprinting without specifying the source. Please forgive me.Process:
The official version of Windows 10 was released on July 10, July 29, 2015. On that day, I opened the system update with pleasure:
Figure 0 update prompt
Figure 0.5 download started
I am in the whole process. Why? Because I want to upgrade my system and install force on my social network. However, I did not expect that it took me four days to successfully upgrade. The problems encountered here are not my problems, but should be attributed to Microsoft. In order to achieve the "user-friendly" upgrade process, Microsoft was indeed friendly during the smooth process. However, if an error occurs, the system only prompts "operation failed". the user cannot see the problem or solve the problem.
Figure 1: After the download is completed, the terms are displayed.
Figure 2: Prepare for upgrade
Figure 2.1: updating configuration
Figure 2.2: Upgrade started after restart. There are three steps: Copy files, install functions and drivers, and configure settings.
Figure 2.3: upgrade to 53%, step 2
Figure 2.4: restoring a previous version of Windows. When I upgrade to around 91%, I will suddenly restart, display this, and then roll back to Windows 8.1.
Why do you want to roll back!
Figure 3: Windows 8.1 shows that some updates are not installed. Error code: 8007002C-4000D
Figure 3.5 I attempted to scan for system errors.
Sfc/scannow is used to scan for corrupted system files
Dism.exe/Online/Cleanup-image/Scanhealth scan for System File Corruption and repair
Dism.exe/Online/Cleanup-image/Restorehealth Online system file repair
Unexpectedly, I cannot download it on a civil network. This problem has never occurred in CERNET.
Occasionally, Google can be opened on CERNET. However, do not think about civil networks.
Figure 4: Try to fix a VPN connection
Figure 5: the connection is disconnected. Is VPN really forbidden?
Figure 7: Use a proxy software. Still failed.
If the proxy server is set in Internet Options, does dism use proxy? Ping does not support google.com. I will also study it here.
Figure 8: download an image from the official website. The downloaded version is incorrect (Windows 10 ). The correct version should be OEM and is not listed.
Figure 9: Open the previously downloaded Windows 8.1 Chinese version (OEM) image, mount it, find/source/install. wim, and mount it again. Use this as the source and use dism.exe to fix it.
WimTool is used. Mount to C: \ mount (different from the figure ).
Command: dism.exe/Online/Cleanup-image/Restorehealth/Source: c: \ mount \ windows
Figure 10: repair completed.
Figure 11: Detect System files again.
Figure 12: This attempt uses the downloaded iso file as the USB flash drive.
Figure 12.5: start with the prepared USB flash drive.
In this way, boot with a USB flash drive is an incorrect upgrade method. To upgrade, run setup.exe from the Windows system. The program will process the files. Before restarting, you can take out the U disk, CD, and other installation media. After the restart, the page shown in Figure 2.2 and 2.3 is displayed.
Therefore, the "compatibility Report" is displayed: start the computer with the Windows Installation media. Remove the installation media and restart the computer so that Windows can start normally. Then insert the installation media and restart the upgrade. 13.5.
Figure 13: The method just failed. I suspected it was an image version problem, so I searched online and found this OEM Chinese version (Core Country Specific version): 10240.16384.150709-1700. TH1_CLIENTCHINA_OEM_X64FRE_ZH-CN.ISO
Create an image again.
Figure 13.5: restart the boot from the USB flash drive. The Compatibility report is displayed ".
Figure 14: run the setup.exe file in the udrive directly. The Input key interface is not displayed only when the image of the Chinese version is running. This version is correct.
Figure 15: Make sure you are ready for installation. This is mainly used to determine what content is retained. It may take several minutes.
Figure 16: Make sure your computer has enough space. A flash.
Figure 17: ready for installation. Click Install to enter the full screen interface.
Figure 17.1: full screen installation interface. See Figure 23.5.
Figure 18: failed at 90 + %.
You tell me what went wrong! Let me solve it!
Figure 19: Use Read & Write Utility v1.6 to Read the key information on the motherboard.
The key and image installer are only available in the corresponding version. Even if Windows 8.1 can be upgraded to 10 for free, its key cannot be used for 10.
Figure 20: Try "clean startup" and then install it. The results will not work either.
Figure 21: Install mediacreationtoolx64.exe on the official website.
This program downloads the corresponding image (in the esd format) and decompress it. In fact, the effect is the same as that mentioned above when downloading an image to make a USB flash drive (or directly decompress it.
Figure 22: Windows 10 being downloaded
Figure 23: Windows 10 media is being created. Run setup.exe to decompress the ESD Format Image. The result is the same as that shown in Figure 18.
Figure 23.5: full screen Installation. See Figure 17.1. The failure mode is shown in Figure 18.
Figure 24: [do not imitate] enable the dead mode. Go to the PE system and back up the downloaded Update file.
At this time, I do not intend to retain the original system program and settings.
Figure 25: manually extract the files in install. wim of the Chinese version. Name the repeated items in the original Program Files, Program Files (x86), and Program Data as *. Old, and the original Windows folder as Windows. Old. Then copy it in. Rename the bootmgr and BOOTNXT files.
Figure 26: copy a file
Figure 27: copied
Figure 27.2: started. Prepare the device.
Figure 27.3: Language settings.
Figure 27.4: key updates are being obtained.
Figure 27.5: The third failure method that I see. Windows cannot be installed. To install Windows on this computer, restart the installation. Click OK.
Figure 27.6: defaultuser0 is displayed after restart.
Figure 27.7: Enter the key. If you select Skip, the system will restart and prompt you to enter the key. So unlimited restart.
It can be seen that Manual updates are risky. And cannot be automatically activated. Do not imitate it.
Figure 28: format the C drive.
From my experience a few days ago, I suspect that the system file is corrupted. So I decided to restore it to the previous version. But later I found that I still cannot.
Figure 29: Ghost Restoration.
Figure 30: Start setup.exe on the system after the restore. But still not. The error is shown in Figure 18.
Figure 31: simply reinstall it. Use an OEM 8.1 image.
Windows PE, WinNTSetup software.
Figure 32: Run setup.exe at the end of the reinstallation.
And then enter the same full screen interface. Restart the instance to go to the same page as Figure 2.2 and 2.3.
After the restart, go to the Windows 10 system settings.
Figure 33: Windows 10 is successfully installed.
Figure 34 :...... In this way, the residual blood is upgraded to clean up the mess.
Cause Analysis of previous failures:
It may be that the system file is damaged.
This may be because the Users folder is moved.
It may be that the installer cannot handle some special items set by the system.
If anyone knows the reason, please let us know. Thank you.
Windows 10 experience:
Card. There are too many bugs and there is a sense of abuse.
On the surface, it is cool and its functions are not perfect. Interaction logic is messy in many places.
Microsoft wants a system to run everywhere, but the devices operated with the keyboard and mouse are naturally different from those operated with the touch. The unification of the two is still not very good.
Many good features of Windows 8.1 disappear, turning back history.
Method for moving user folders:
1. Assign the drive letter correctly first (my PE will regard the system disk as a d disk and use DiskGenius to create a C disk)
2. Copy the folder with the permission: xcopy C: \ Users D: \ Users/E/H/K/X/Y
3. Delete the original folder
4 mklink/d C: \ Users D: \ Users