Upgrade to Windows 10 Home failed

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  1. Adamd998

    Adamd998 New Member

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    It is 2nd of August and I have received no notification of getting my upgrade. However, I checked my update history and saw this Untitled.

    Does this have anything to do with me not receiving a notification? the update keeps failing. Is this normal or is there a problem with me upgrading to windows 10? I'm running windows 7
     
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    All the failed attempts get the error code 80240020. I have looked up a solution for this. I follow the solution, delete files in the windows/software distribution/downloads folder and type wuauclt.exe /updatenow in the command prompt and it begins downloading. However it always fails some point along the line with another error code 80072EE2. Please help!
     
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    Finally got it to download but now I get this
    Untitled. I restart my computer and nothing happens, it just boots up like normal and this message is still there saying restart now
     

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    Windows 10 ISO use this link and you can do an upgrade


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    Hi,
    Make/Model of your computer with the Win7 you are attempting to upgrade, and built-date/purchase date if possible. There are several known issues with Win10 upgrades on older hardware.

    Did you computer come with Win7 pre-loaded? Or did you upgrade it from something earlier such as XP or Vista?

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