Attempt To Execute Non Executable Memory 34794219.sys

Discussion in 'Windows 10 Upgrade and Installation' started by WindowsYay, Oct 10, 2015.

  1. WindowsYay

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    This happened in August and today when I tried to upgrade from W7 Home Premium 64 Bit SP1 to W10.

    I go through about an hour's worth or more of upgrade and my computer goes through its restarts and it is at 100% of the installation process but isn't able to go all the way through. It hits the non-executable mem error.

    Any ideas?
     
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    Did you check your system for compatibility?
     
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    Yes, my system was found compatible before downloads were even ready and a week or two later I got a notice download was ready. Got this non-executable message in August anyway. Then today I got a message download was ready again.

    I did get a window to troubleshoot and fix anything and there were about 4 red x's and I ran some sort of fix and then there were 2 red x's left. Can't remember what had red x's and I didn't seem to have any updates that have not gone through. So I tried to run the upgrade and again the non executable memory.
     
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    No BSOD. No problem at all until very end of install and I got this message. I do have a tech that is coming to check something else out and I will run this by him. I stink at running things like this so I don't want to go through it on my own. Thanks.
     
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    Understood.. :) If we can help with anything post back.. :)
     
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    Make sure that you hard drive on the machine being upgraded has at least 9GB of free space for the Upgrade; if you're hard drive is too full, there is no room for the W10 installer to run. The Compatibility Test does NOT check for this item as I found out on a Client notebook upgrade 2 weeks ago.

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