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    [10v1511Build10586 x64] BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    OS - Windows 10, 64 bit (upgraded from Windows 7)

    What was original installed OS on system? Windows 7 I would guess, if I'm understanding the question.

    full retail version
    Age of system (hardware) - Varies, as the hardware has been upgraded, several times over the years.
    Age of OS installation - have you re-installed the OS? It's about 2 years and I have no done a re-install yet, as I'm trying to avoid one.

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    System Manufacturer - Me.
    It's a Desktop

    Hard drive scan came back clean, and I also have ran a Ram test. The ram test passed, and came back error free.
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    Re: BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    Hello and welcome!
    Which update is that? Please provide a KB number.

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    Re: BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    Hi Adamsavage79.


    • Newer bios (two newer versions) is present on the motherboard support webpage.
    • MBAM drivers are present and loaded, but I can't find MBAM in installed programs.
      If you uninstalled it, maybe it's better to remove it completely.
      Malwarebytes Clean Uninstall Tool (MB-Clean) is available in support.malwarebytes.com.

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    Re: BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    Quote Originally Posted by softwaremaniac View Post
    Hello and welcome!
    Which update is that? Please provide a KB number.
    The update, I'm trying to update to, is 16299. The current Windows Version I have is 10586. I should add, that I've ran SysnativeBSODCollectionApp and SFCFiX (Before I cam here), to attempt to fix the corrupt files. They both try to fix files, but fail to tell me what is causing the problems, and refuse/can't fix the files. Windows has been crash rebooting for over a year now, and there never seems to be a rime or reason to it.. The computer can be idle for hours and it will just reboot/crash. I can be playing WoW and it will do the same. The longest I went without any crashes, was a few months. Because I have Windows on a SSD, it's a slight annoyence, but that's about it. As I get right back into Windows in about 30 seconds rougly. However, even with that, it takes about 10 - 15 seconds from getting into windows, before it will respond to any programs opening, despite it being on a SSD.

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    I will run the Malwarebytes Clean Uninstall Tool. I removed it, as I read that it can sometimes cause problems with updates. I will update my bios later on today, when I get back from errands.

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    Re: BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    Oh, you're not UPDATING, but UPGRADING. Please download a clean 1709 iso and try upgrading from a USB.

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    Re: BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    Quote Originally Posted by softwaremaniac View Post
    Oh, you're not UPDATING, but UPGRADING. Please download a clean 1709 iso and try upgrading from a USB.
    How would I do that ? I've tried download the newest service pack/update and I can't find a image.. It just keeps forcing me to to go through the The Update Assistant .

    I figured it out. I was able to find a page that tricked the Microsoft page, into giving me the option of downloading the ISO directly.

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    Re: BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    Quote Originally Posted by softwaremaniac View Post
    That's the same page I was able to find, and download. Thanks. Downloading the ISO. Should I transfer it to a USB drive when it's done ? Also when it's done, then what ?

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    Re: BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    You should format your USB (backup all the data on it), and copy the CONTENTS of the iso file onto it, not the iso file itself.
    After you do that and verify it, reboot and set your USB as a primary boot device in your BIOS/UEFI settings. Savew changes and reboot, the install should start.

    You could alternatively do this with a tool like Rufus if you know what you're doing.

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    Re: BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    I'm using 7zip to extract the ISO directly to formated USB drive, as I'm going to asume that is what you meant ? I didn't see any other way to copy the ISO contents to the drive.

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    Re: BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    Send a screenshot when you extract it for me to see.
    You can use Rufus as well.

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    Re: BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    I'm not not sure what Rufus is, as I've never heard of it before. Here is a screenshot of the extracted files. Is everything in order ?

    [10v1511Build10586 x64] BSOD at 85% during Windows Update-iso-update-png

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    Re: BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    Go ahead and try to see if it boots. It works in some cases, but some manufacturers require a bit of fiddling around, so set your USB as the primary boot device in the BIOS, save changes (usually F10) and reboot.

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    Re: BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    It wouldn't boot normally. It gave me this message, and I removed the USB drive, clicked on yes and it went back into windows.... For updating my BIOS, do I unzip the folder and put folder on a zip drive ?

    [10v1511Build10586 x64] BSOD at 85% during Windows Update-20171104_153419_hdr-jpg

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    Re: BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    Why would you want to update your bios?

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    Re: BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    Quote Originally Posted by softwaremaniac View Post
    Why would you want to update your bios?
    There is a more current version of it on the website, and it's one of the questions listed in the posting guide, so I figured I would update it.. However, it wont let me. It keeps saying security verification failed.

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    Re: BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    Quote Originally Posted by softwaremaniac View Post
    You can use Rufus as well.
    What settings should I use for Rufus ? The first attempt made the USB a NTFS file system, and bios did not dectect it.

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    Re: BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    Follow the instructions on the website on how to create a bootable USB drive: Download Windows 10

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    Re: BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    Quote Originally Posted by softwaremaniac View Post
    Follow the instructions on the website on how to create a bootable USB drive: Download Windows 10
    This is no help to me... It's the settings when you use the WINDOWS tool, but I'm trying to use Rufus per your suggestion.. This is also for creating a new Windows 10 install on a USB drive.. I already have this, on a different USB drive.. I want to put the update/upgrade to a USB so it's bootable. I'm going in circles here.. I took your suggestion, and now I'm being asked to do something totally different, and not what I want to do.

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    Re: BSOD at 85% during Windows Update

    I'm sorry about the confusion.
    Okay, let's first agree on the approach, do you want to try using MCT to create a bootable USB or Rufus as I have suggested? Do note that MCT is official tool and has a better chance of working.

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