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FDano
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Windows 10 v1115 Update Issue

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Hello: I'm really hoping that somebody can help me figure out why the update won't allow me to pick another volume to save the file to. It states that there isn't enough space (it needs 11.8 GB). However, when I select an external HDD and hit Refresh it tells me that I need another 8.99 GB free on C. I also tried saving to the microSD to no avail. Odder yet is that when I go to the Programs Control Panel it states that there is a total of only 1.11 GB of programs installed, and I haven't even had the opportunity to save any files internally yet so how would I even be able to delete an additional 8.99 GB (C says that 8.91 GB is free)? The only things on this PC right now are: iTunes (media is on an external HDD), Evernote, Chrome, Norton, VeraCrypt, Tresorit, and iCloud. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Please HELP.

Thanks!

Model: STK1AW32SC

BIOS: 0019

Windows 10 v. 1511, 10586

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Miguel_C_Intel1
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Hi InfoSysLib,

There is a workaround for the issue. It is necessary to change Windows® 10 configuration. Remember to remove any SD card first.

Please follow the steps of: Windows 10 Threshold 2 update failed but Windows still starts on the Intel Compute Stick

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/boards-and-kits/intel-compute-stick/000017933.html?wa... Windows® 10 Threshold 2 Update Guide for Intel® Compute Stick...

Regards,

 

Miguel C

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Miguel_C_Intel1
Employee
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Hi InfoSysLib,

There is a workaround for the issue. It is necessary to change Windows® 10 configuration. Remember to remove any SD card first.

Please follow the steps of: Windows 10 Threshold 2 update failed but Windows still starts on the Intel Compute Stick

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/boards-and-kits/intel-compute-stick/000017933.html?wa... Windows® 10 Threshold 2 Update Guide for Intel® Compute Stick...

Regards,

 

Miguel C

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FDano
Novice
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That did the trick. Thanks! One thing though, you should probably mention that the jump drive gets erased. Luckily mine was clean...

Miguel_C_Intel1
Employee
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Hi InfoSysLib,

I think you are talking about the recovery partition. It is possible to create a image of your system using Windows® 10 tool. Review the picture below.

Regards,

 

Mike C
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