Nope.Can Acronis help in this situation?
You decided to use the Media Creation Tool to download the ISO for the latest version / build of Windows 10 and use that ISO to manually perform the upgrade yourself, thereby circumventing the normal Windows Update process.past few months I've not been able to upgrade. Getting the 0xc1900101 error code
I only use "Macrium Reflect" its the best and safest way to backup and restore (and if you pay for it, then you can also do incremental backups) of your system, this is especially a solution for a total system failure. Its got a built in "Windows PE" feature that can be installed straight into the boot image so and if you lose your USB Windows PE, you can automatically do a system restore (that is and only, if you got a Macrium backup image) and if your system dosen't boot up or fails. This "Windows PE" feature is called "Adding a Boot Menu option for system Image recovery" and it works perfectly with all versions of Windows that you want to restore. See images below of how this looks and you can install it. Cheers and hope this helps.
Yes so true "Jorn Johanesson" we always learn the hard way as I've done also, but its so easy these days and there is no excuse(s) not to do it! as I found with Macrium Reflect. I've paid for it and its got some great features and its already restored a few systems for me that have crashed, through my restorations and repairs of customers systems. Great program and I recommend it for all.For some years ago, at the time I was in buiesenes and programming, I lost my programming HD with 3 years work. So I leant it the hard way, since then I use Macrium Reflect and have set it to backup once a week. Windows have a habit now and then to rearrange my screen layout in a way I don’t like, so here I am pleased that macrium can restore it back. I have the rescue macrium software on 4 GB memory stick (Bootable) so that I can move it around to all my computers.
Nah. I just run regular backups with AOEMI. A disk image on this thing would be way too big for my external drive. And the only PC that's going to see Windows 10 anytime in the near future, is my tablet. There's nothing of significance on that.
But good advice,. A good backup at the very least, is a must.
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