Windows 10 Badly Waiting For Windows 10 Update On July 29th

Nimit

Well-Known Member
#1
So i just wanna, wanna try out it lol but since if i put a preview in it, i have to revert back and this can make my windows not genuine. How many of you wanted it badly?
 


Nimit

Well-Known Member
#3
You can install virtualbox and run Windows 10 as a VM to test it out with changing your current system. https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads. Windows 10 preview build located here http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/preview-iso
I tried but i don't have enough ram, Windows 10 requires 2GB Ram and i have 4GB Ram and 2GB RAM is in Red! in virtual box so i can't give it enough, and for 32bit it requires 1GB Ram so i started it's installation in Virtual Box, on 32% of copying files it stopped and error "Windows files are corrupted or something like this.")
 


OTT

Active Member
#4
I'm running Windows 10 Preview latest build in VirtualBox and it looks very good !
Cortana is speaking to me and tells me jokes and opens programs when I ask for it ! :up:

How To install Windows 10 in VirtualBox

OTT
 


Nimit

Well-Known Member
#5
I'm running Windows 10 Preview latest build in VirtualBox and it looks very good !
Cortana is speaking to me and tells me jokes and opens programs when I ask for it ! :up:

How To install Windows 10 in VirtualBox

OTT
I know how to install but both bit's end up with an error.
 


OTT

Active Member
#6
Which error do you get ?

OTT
 


#8
Windows 10 requires 2GB Ram and i have 4GB Ram and 2GB RAM is in Red!
What are you talking about? Ram is never Red!

Another option would be to dual boot. Just partition your HDD and give it 75 GB. Download the latest build ISO, burn to a disc and do a custom install. In the custom install is where you get pick what HDD to install the OS on.
 


OTT

Active Member
#10
As bassfisher6522 says : redownload the ISO and try again.

OTT
 


Ralph Bromley

Honorable Member
#11
Personally i would have waited as even something this close to release can have some last minute changes that could cause issues
 


Nimit

Well-Known Member
#12
What are you talking about? Ram is never Red!

Another option would be to dual boot. Just partition your HDD and give it 75 GB. Download the latest build ISO, burn to a disc and do a custom install. In the custom install is where you get pick what HDD to install the OS on.
I tried this before but it said your system does not meet requirements, even it meets.

Ya, i downloaded from microsoft official website.

As bassfisher6522 says : redownload the ISO and try again.

OTT
I re-downloaded and result: same.
 


OTT

Active Member
#13
Did you do a hash-check on the ISO ?
Just to make sure it's not corrupted/badly downloaded.

OTT
 


Nimit

Well-Known Member
#14
Did you do a hash-check on the ISO ?
Just to make sure it's not corrupted/badly downloaded.

OTT
How can i check?
 


Neemobeer

Windows Forum Team
Staff member
#15
When you download the ISO there should be a hash file, either MD5 or SHA-#. You can download a free hash calc program, install and hash the ISO file it should match the hash available where the ISO is. http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/hash_my_files.html
 


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