The November update that you are having trouble with, may be the big update from 10240 to 10586, in which case that's a pretty big deal.I have tried and tried to put in these same two updates from November and December
it is that and KB3116869The November update that you are having trouble with, may be the big update from 10240 to 10586, in which case that's a pretty big deal.
Can you check your update history and determine the actual Knowledge Base number of the two failed updates.
Perhaps with that information we might be better able to offer some suggestion as to how you might proceed.
Not that tech savvy sorry.If it's the 1511 10586 update that you need??
Personally, I'd just grab the ISO from here
Save it to a local folder on my computer.
Double click it to mount it from within my current version of Windows 10 and run setup.exe from there to perform the in-place upgrade from the local resource.
We could tackle it one step at a time if you like.
Basically you just click the link I included and pick Windows 10 at the top of the first drop down and click confirm
Then pick a language from the next drop down menu and click confirm.
Then choose a bit version 32 or 64 bit and when you choose one it will prompt you to open or save, choose "save as" and save it to your desktop.
If you're not sure which one you need, right click the start button and choose "System".
It'll tell you there if you have a 32 or 64 bit operating system installed.
That'll take a while.
When you have it, post back and we'll move to the next steps.
Sorry for the confusion.Trouble, I think I'm needing to do what you are telling funohboy to do. So, I have followed your first two directions and am now at the "choose a bit version;" yet, the page you have sent us says to "make sure you download both 32 Bit and 64 Bit. That is confusing to me as my computer is a 64 Bit, I don't understand why I would need to download 32 Bit as well. Is it that 64 Bit build(s) on/from the 32 Bit? Did you download only one or the other? I don't want to progress before hearing back from you, as I am not computer savvy at all and do not want to mess my computer or myself up. Thanks for your help!
Sorry for the confusion.
Just download the bit version that you need.
That site is intended for larger environments where they may have a need for both versions as they might have multiple machines with 32 and or 64 bit capabilities.
I keep both on hand and have made install media for both, as I find myself working on computers that people bring me that can be either or, although......
32 bit machines are becoming fewer and fewer lately.
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