> Hi Erik,
> I've documented my experience upgrading my Windows 10 to "November Update" a.k.a. "Threshold 2" on the launch day here . Can you please try that first?
>  https://www.redhat.com/archives/vfio-users/2015-November/msg00164.html
> Best regards,
> Okky Hendriansyah
On Sat, Dec 12, 2015 at 1:51 AM, Erik Adler <erik adler gmail com> wrote:
>> Are you going from Windows 7 to Windows 10? If so, then yes, I had the same problem.
> I am upgrading from Windows 10 Pro build 10240 to the build 10586. The
> is retail install so can use my key as many times as I want on my
>> The secret in upgrading from to Windows 10 is switching the CPU to core2duo for just for the upgrade process. I've shared my experience here . After that, we can switch back to whatever you
>> CPU setting was before.
> I would think that doing what Okky mentioned would work. There was an
> issue about a half year ago with OVMF that gave a BSOD when trying to
> install Windows 10 that looked kind of like this. The way to get
> around it was to use a core2duo. Of course I could be very wrong about
> what is causing the BSOD. Need to look deeper into it.
> On Sat, Dec 12, 2015 at 1:35 AM, Okky Hendriansyah <okky nostratech com> wrote:
>>> On Dec 12, 2015, at 07:28, Will Marler <will wmarler com> wrote:
>>> Are you going from Windows 7 to Windows 10? If so, then yes, I had the same problem.
>>> I couldn't solve it.
>>> I was only doing it to get a licensed & activated version of Windows 10; I had a Windows 7 key. If that's your situation, simply use the Windows 7 key you have with a fresh installation of 10. It works like a charm.
>> Hi Will,
>> The secret in upgrading from to Windows 10 is switching the CPU to core2duo for just for the upgrade process. I've shared my experience here . After that, we can switch back to whatever you CPU setting was before.
>>  http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2289210
>> Best regards,
>> Okky Hendriansyah
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