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Dan2012
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I'm trying to determine whether my HP All-In-One desktop will be tested for the Windows 10 Version 2004 update.  My computer model isn't listed at https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05195282.  What I don't know is whether this list is completed, and no other models will be tested, or whether HP will continue to test other models including mine.   Anyone have any detail about further testing planned which includes my model?  

 

BTW, I do have the Media Creation Tool for 2004 from the Microsoft site but hesitate to install - concerns about future driver compatibility.  Thanks, Dan

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@Dan2012, Welcome to the HP Support Community!

 

I understand your concern. However, those updates are tested and rolled out in a phased manner. We do not have any information on its availability to all the users yet. You may have to wait for the update to show up on your computer. 

 

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@Dan2012, Welcome to the HP Support Community!

 

I understand your concern. However, those updates are tested and rolled out in a phased manner. We do not have any information on its availability to all the users yet. You may have to wait for the update to show up on your computer. 

 

For more info, click here.

 

Hope this helps! Keep me posted. 

 

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Hi KUMAR0307.  Thanks for your reply.  What I believe you are saying is that my desktop may be eligible for the update in the future following successful certification via testing.  That's fine.  What I read on the webpage was a bit different, unless I got it wrong.  What I think I read was that the list of certified computers was finite - there was no indication that testing was continuing.  I do get it.  I worked for HP for a number of years in technical positions.  I would suggest that the page be renewed to clarify HP's position on platform t testing.  But I do appreciate your response, nonetheless.  Cheers, Dan

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