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07-12-2018 06:36 PM
Hey all, so after struggling with this issue for quite a while, I managed to get it fixed with Microsoft's support. I'm graduating and got almost my entire project locally on my laptop, so fresh install wasn't an option for me. I contacted them, and did a chat with remote control, they changed some stuff in the registry (after a few failed installations i.e. This thread) and after the changes they made, downloaded the windows 10 iso and installed it with "keep all files and apps" option. I'm on the new update now. Hope this will help someone.
07-22-2018 09:54 PM
07-26-2018 04:16 PM
I was able to install 1803 by doing the following:
1. Using the Windows Update Upgrade Tool (not Windows Update on the OS itself). Downloaded the update, let it restart.
2. My computer restarted three separate times (keyboard flashes and the screen goes black, before the ROG logo appears). EACH TIME this happened, I would manually tap the power button to turn off the computer, just for 2-3 seconds each time, and then pressed it again. That allowed the power to cycle on each restart so the update process wouldn't get interrupted and get stuck.
Doing this allows the ROG logo to appear and the spinner to appear after a few seconds, with the Windows Update percentage screen to keep showing up.
This way I didn't have to do a clean install, create installation media, etc.
The only problem is that now the RealTek audio bus isn't even being detected/working correctly, even if I uninstall the device or reinstall using the RealTek drivers. So I have to figure out how to use audio since that's a huge deal.
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