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bava32
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Windows 10 (64-bit) update 1903 get stuck at 48%

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HP ProBook 470 G0
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Hello,

 

I have a big problem i try several times different solutions but always get stuck at 48% after restart  windows 10 64-bit 1903 update.

I have 32 GB space on C: 

I clean up folder C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download
I tried with  Windows Update troubleshooter 

 

Always same error get stuck at 48%.
If somebody had same issue and solve error I will appreciate  if can help me.

Cheers,
Vladimir

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djhuzi
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I SOLVE IT. 

 

Uninstall driver video AMD and INTEL. Use D.D.U. uninstaller for clean all driver video.  Make update. 🙂 

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djhuzi
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Hallo. I have the same problem: stuck at 48% when trying update. I have try to use the tool to create a usb installation of windows 10 1903, but anyway stuck at 48%. If i make a clena installation, the sistem random freeze, same years ago: i don't remember what i do for stop those freeze. Anyway, i can't update..

 

You found the solution? Thank you and sorry for my bad english

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sorry to say, but Windows 10 versions past  1703 are not supported on that platform... you can look up official Windows 10 support for HP systems at https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05195282

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I SOLVE IT. 

 

Uninstall driver video AMD and INTEL. Use D.D.U. uninstaller for clean all driver video.  Make update. 🙂 

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Are you using bitlocker?  We had several machines where we had to decrypt, install 1903 and then encrypt the drive again.

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i use, but for me just work uninstall the 2 drivers video

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It worked on my HP 850 G1

 

Thank you!

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