Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Enthousiast, Dec 10, 2019.
I didn't keep it, adk and winpe only
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ok, which key precisely? & what's the command to enter
Let me first ask this, do you know what serverrdsh is and do you have serverrdsh installed?
While IDK exactly but presuming it is related to Windows Enterprise or Server Edition OS. Correct me if I'm wrong.
And about the 2nd question, if serverrdsh means what I just said, then no. I generally install/use Windows Pro.
Strange. I gave the .1 installer another try on my laptop after installing the latest AMD driver packages (both GPU and chipset) + the Samsung NVMe driver (but that was old on the desktop machine as well during the successful upgrade) and WU found some other "HP software component" inf "drivers" (not real devices and there is a bunch of these) + I weeded out some obsolete driver packages with DriverStoreExplorer. And the upgrade succeeded this time (it's already on .21 by WU and went through a few reboots since then).
I suspect the AMD GPU driver was the fault because the fresh package failed to install without the "Factory Reset" option ticked (aka "clean install": uninstall, reboot and then install instead of simple update).
Feels really strange to have an RTM build so early compared to GA.
19041.1 was released to Insiders on 10 Dec. 2019. Since then, there has been 1 CU released 19041.21. There have been NO newer Builds like say 19042, 19043 etc. released. So looks like 19041.1 is it.
Also remember Microsoft said they would release 2 versions 20H1 & 20H2 in 2020, so 20H1 could not be released in Dec. 2019 even if it is done.
ms made changes
they gonna release few months before
so its gonna be ready for production env
So much Windows 10 build ,dont know which to use really.
Is this 19041 better than 18363 ?
of course better.
Each new build is better than the previous one.
Great i will try then this build
Could be, but it could be more boring.
safe to run 19041.1 Crypto32 security flaw ? if i upgrade to 19041.21 system won't boot
Always use the build with the higher number. Each one is better than the last.
Ah! So that's why Vista didn't have a number between 7 and 8