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Login or register to post comments vvincent1 on Oct 17, 2013 I had installed Windows 8 on my home-brew machine. Nerd Jonas 49,606 views 1:55 Loading more suggestions... I see exactly that. Email a friend To Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Privacy Policy Thank you Your message has been sent. his comment is here

is this normal ?? 0 3 years ago Reply giffis Had 8.1 preview in surface and in one laptop. PCs must be turned over to the company by noon on the day the service is to be performed, and apparently not all retail outlets are participating, so check with your By Donovan Colbert | in Tablets in the Enterprise, October 30, 2013, 9:02 AM PST RSS Comments Facebook Linkedin Twitter More Email Print Reddit Delicious Digg Pinterest Stumbleupon Google Plus Note: Here's the official statement: "If you installed Windows 8.1 Preview by booting from ISO media, you can update to the final version of Windows 8.1 Pro using the Windows Store, but click for more info

Sean Ong 57,683 views 8:07 Jailbreak for Windows RT - Duration: 7:01. Problem? Once Windows 8.1 has installed, the PC will reboot and you will need to step through an out of box wizard in which you will agree to the license terms, choose ronch I wonder how that laptop got so messed up.

Login or register to post comments DaveC on Oct 17, 2013 I have 2 computers (desktop and tablet) that I loaded Windows 8.1 Pro Preview on from scratch. Is there someplace I can download the update as a stand alone installer to upgrade my home desktop from Win8 to 8.1? Login or register to post comments plachecki on Oct 17, 2013 For those not seeing download progress, try entering "ms-windows-store:installprogress" without the quotes in your web browser. Why rent when you can own!!!

Loading... The agent had me hit the [Windows]+[X] keyboard shortcut that brings up a menu with shortcuts to a variety of destinations, including the Control Panel, which he had me open. Both have full Office 2010 installed. https://www.eightforums.com/installation-setup/33261-surface-pro-cannot-upgrade-8-1-preview-8-1-a.html We all thought the show was just fake stuff but its proven now the teleporter is real and possible.

This launched the Microsoft Store and displayed the Windows 8.1 Update download screen. Then tap or click Change PC settings, then tap or click Update and recovery. Forget upgrading older Win 7 PC's or even new small tablets and TV sticks with 2gb ram / 32gb rom running Win 8.1, they wont upgrade. William Holley I hope if anyone's going to take over the planet, it's Google.

Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect The next video is startingstop Loading... https://www.onmsft.com/news/how-update-your-surface-rt-and-surface-pro-windows-81 I explained my issue and the steps I had taken, and to my dismay, he said that he wanted to confirm that all the updates required for Windows 8.1 had been Wussupi83 I pity all Microsoft retail employees for the next two weeks - keep them in your thoughts everybody, Goldminer Karma! In any respect, on a newish 15 inch HP Envy laptop that took 6 hours to upgrade to Win 10 I can't see any advantages over Win 8.1 so whats the

They finally have me do a command from Windows Explorer that was, something like this, unfortunately I had the the command copied but it got wiped out on the reinstall. this content I cant risk losing this data, I just can't. 0 3 years ago Reply vitaliano From the article: Step 1 - BACK UP YOUR DATA! 0 3 years ago Reply anon5351951 Its displaying the message "This version of Windows is no longer supported by Windows Store. Just reinstalling my apps now.

Any one else has this trouble?   0 3 years ago Reply Ben Sailors Yes. Cannot be password protected, and include original chargers/accessories. Booredatwork.com 253,562 views 14:30 Cracking Open - Microsoft Surface with Windows RT - Duration: 3:50. http://datkey.com/surface-pro/surface-pro-best-buy.html Hit continue for the install progress to continue preparations, or cancel to quit.

On older products there's a 50/50 chance you'll get driver issues assuming they don't ‘break it'. Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... i had the w8 preview pro, and i couldnt update, had to erase and reinstall windows,, finally,, running smooth :) 0 3 years ago Reply 500M Consumers Reached Yearly Copyright 2016

WTF Sorry, based on that I'd give up and stay with something that works (Win 7).

Login or register to post comments mtalinm on Oct 17, 2013 No progress bar on Surface Pro with 8.1 preview, either. I have searched high and low on the support site but that's as useful as a chocolate fire guard so I'm sticking with Win 8.1 on them. Login or register to post comments dalestrauss on Oct 17, 2013 I know, I know - I should have been paying attention to all your reviews earlier, but two things have Privacy Policy | Cookies | Ad Choice | Terms of Use | Mobile User Agreement A ZDNet site | Visit other CBS Interactive sites: Select SiteCBS CaresCBS FilmsCBS RadioCBS.comCBS InteractiveCBSNews.comCBSSports.comChowhoundClickerCNETCollege NetworkGameSpotLast.fmMaxPrepsMetacritic.comMoneywatchmySimonRadio.comSearch.comShopper.comShowtimeTech

I wont be running down to the MS store to waste even more of my time on a worthless upgrade that's unlikely to work anyway. Windows restore the previous version of Windows aka 8.0 but the rights to the Desktop folder were fubared. Sounds logical to me. check over here TeaPartyCitizen The problem with Office 365 is that it is a recurring expense.

Working... This is a step that I had unfortunately neglected, because it would have allowed me to revert to Windows 8.  I visited the Microsoft Surface Contact Us page, which was easy to You have to extract the ISO and change the version number in a file, effectively tricking the installer into believing that your existing OS qualifies for a full in-place upgrade (keeping Close Learn more You're viewing YouTube in English (UK).

I noticed the same thing on the devices on which I updated from 8.1 preview to 8.1 RTM a few weeks back that a few above report.