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2017 Fall Creators Update Stuck?

Over the past 2 hours I've experienced drops in network activity while downloading 1709 Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 64-bit. After a few minutes though it picked back up & resumed downloading at the full 7.6Mbps bandwidth. However now it's been stuck at 97% for almost 30 minutes, there's absolutely 0 network activity unless I do something such as posting here now. Should I continue to wait & not do anything else online? Will it completely brick everything if it comes time to shutdown my PC for the night & it's still stuck at 97%?

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if its still downloading it should be fine. As long as its not trying to install. 

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1 minute ago, DrMacintosh said:

if its still downloading it should be fine. As long as its not trying to install. 

Do you think restarting my PC now would trigger it to finish downloading?

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Just now, Mike Soda said:

Do you think restarting my PC now would trigger it to finish downloading?

It might. 

 

Ideally you would tell M$ when you want to update, not the other way around.  

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3 minutes ago, Mike Soda said:

Do you think restarting my PC now would trigger it to finish downloading?

it could be not downloading by design or because of server load on microsoft side

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1 minute ago, DrMacintosh said:

It might. 

 

Ideally you would tell M$ when you want to update, not the other way around.  

It just now pulled this, gonna retry I guess.

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Just now, Mike Soda said:

It just now pulled this, gonna retry I guess.

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Good luck ?

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1 minute ago, DrMacintosh said:

Good luck ?

It's just showing 0% now for several minutes, I can't keep waiting as there are things I need to do before the nights over. If it downloaded 97% worth to my PC shouldn't it just pickup where it left off? I can't believe it would just delete over 3GB of data because of 1 failed attempt.

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Yeah idk, its MS. Windows 10 isnt know for being the most stable or reliable OS ?

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1 minute ago, DrMacintosh said:

Yeah idk, its MS. Windows 10 isnt know for being the most stable or reliable OS ?

It jumped to 6% downloaded then switched to installation, hopefully the install portion during restart doesn't take hours as well. Although it shouldn't with my specs, comfortably doing what I neglected while it installs now & no where near 50% CPU usage.

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Had no problem with updating my PC to 1709 at all.

But will see how it will go in company where 200 PCs will be updated. There are always some weird problems lol

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4 minutes ago, Simon771 said:

Had no problem with updating my PC to 1709 at all.

But will see how it will go in company where 200 PCs will be updated. There are always some weird problems lol

Chances are if they have that many systems, they would be using a Managed Windows Service. Updates are performed differently and I find it's much more reliable.

2 minutes ago, SquintyG33Rs said:

i just got 1703...... is it because i'm on W10 pro? and newer versions are not considered fully bug tested yet?

I'm running Pro and already got the 1709 update. Just keep forcing it to check for updates.

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can't i also force an update with the windows creation tool? downloading it separately and then applying it manually?

5 minutes ago, BlueChinchillaEatingDorito said:

 

also (edit) to clarify version "2017-10 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1703 for x64-based Systems (KB4041676)" because the 1703 isn't a unique thing

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Am I the only one not caring at all? Coming back to my pc the next day and not notice anything at all while the update was done on the last shutdown?

 

wondering...

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Just now, SquintyG33Rs said:

can't i also force an update with the windows creation tool? downloading it separately and then applying it manually?

 

I believe so. 

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2 minutes ago, SquintyG33Rs said:

no way to check what version it's downloading though.....

Yea. It was supposed to be updated but some people are reporting that had ones modified in late September. Probably depends on the site of your specific region. 

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It worked, thanks all!

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All these PCs updating and my MacBook is just like

 

”People are only going to notice the emoji panel which I’ve had for years” 

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5 minutes ago, DrMacintosh said:

All these PCs updating and my MacBook is just like

 

”People are only going to notice the emoji panel which I’ve had for years” 

actually in it for the GPU in task monitor

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2 minutes ago, SquintyG33Rs said:

actually in it for the GPU in task monitor

I mean I guess. When I’m playing my GPU goes to 100% since I have a balanced system, I don’t need Task Manager to tell me that. 

 

But there is defienlty a use for it and it does advance the OS forward. 

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56 minutes ago, DrMacintosh said:

 since I have a balanced system *snip*

that's bs you're CPU isn't at 100% and neither is your RAM or storage as a matter of fact so you can't throw the word balanced around. GPU isn't your bottleneck that's all.

the reason i'm interested in it is because i use GPU for live rendering of my 3D work not for gaming lol cause yeah obviously it's useless for that, we all know the game is what's hogging all the GPU in a 3D workload we don't need windows to tell us.

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