Build 17035

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    Downloading....... nope, initializing....:D:D
     
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    A little slower to download and install this time, by about 10 minutes.

    Otherwise a relatively smooth process.
     
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    Got one machine done today, other one tomorrow.
     
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    This build is a disaster for me. Gives a strange error message "Bad Pool". wasted many hours getting rid of this junk and even tried it on another hard drive that worked fine on the previous build. Checked the hard drive to see bad sectors and fix them. NO bad sectors found or repaired.
     
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    Do you have an AMD CPU??
    Users with a AMD CPU are currently excluded from getting the build.
    https://blogs.windows.com/windowsex...r-preview-build-17035-pc/#RmiHyXqblyr96GJ1.97
     
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    Intel I7-3770K
     
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