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Today we'll go through some of the Windows 10 upgrade and installation errors and how you can try to fix them.
Also, we'll go through a few of the best practices to minimize the number of issues for a successful upgrade to Windows 10 no matter from what version of the operating system you're upgrading from.
In the case there aren't any new updates, try to uninstall the software and driver in question.
Then try to upgrade to Windows 10, and then try to reinstall the driver and software -- chances are this time it will work.
In this case, you want to open the "Get Windows 10" app, click the hamburger menu button, click on Check your PC, and identify which driver or software isn't compatible.
When you have successfully identified the problem, check the manufacturer's support website for the latest drivers or software update.
After modifying the registry, close and go back to the Control Panel, go to Windows Update and check for new updates.To fix this issue, simply try to upgrade again, but make sure the computer is plugged in securely to stay on throughout the process.According to Microsoft, error 0x800F0922 happens when there is not enough free space on the System Reserved partition.Furthermore, the upgrade download is not corrupt as many have noted.
When it is your turn to upgrade to Windows 10, you'll be notified.
Since launch day, many users have been reporting some errors and different problems while trying to upgrade, some of these issues involve not being able to install Windows 10.