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ADDED: I intended to add this quote found on https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/insider/forum/insider_wintp-insider_install/welcome-to-the-windows-10-technical-preview-forum/56369120-6cbf-40d1-b3d7-aac066f8b4ab?auth=1
Barb Bowman replied on October 1, 2014
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Please bear in mind that this is a Technical Preview for Enthusiasts. It is strongly recommended that you install on a test machine or a VM (Virtual Machine) and not on your main or only computer.

If you are using Windows Media Center on Windows 7/8/8.1, it will be removed. Please see http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/preview-faq#faq=tab1 which covers this and other important information.
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In a fit of temporary insanity I let Windows try 17063 yet again. This time I had a new larger hard drive and only using 20% so a lot of Disk space, 128 MB cache and 32 GB of ram and same result. BAD POOL Header. Windows update team must have had a long drunk lately.
 
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You've probably already seen this:
https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/what-is-a-bad-pool-header-and-how-do-i-fix-it/dd7bc035-48a8-4505-a5e0-5cdefb28077b?auth=1
As it mentions there could be one or two of the variety of issues with your machine. Since you've changed the drive with no change of the error I'd look at memory issues such as a bad RAM module, mismatched modules, etc. If your motherboard BIOS has a built-in memory diagnostic run it. Or get MEMTEST86. https://www.memtest86.com/
 
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I agree with Bighorn. Since you used a different drive you can rule that one out as the problem. I'd think memory as well. Might want to try it one RAM module at a time to find the faulty one....
 
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I ran HDD Regenerator with no errors or corrections on the new drive before I cloned it from my Seagate SSHD that works perfectly. I ran the Windows Memory Diagnostic twice with no errors. My computer works fine with 17025 and does not work on any build after that. I do not have Windows Store and cannot get it installed. I use Avira. Nothing is wrong on my end. Maybe these newer versions refuse to work without the Windows Store.
 
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After 5 failed attempts to install 17063, I uninstalled Avira and this finally installed 17063. Was it worth the hassle? NO
 

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