Windows Insider Preview build 17063 fails to upgrade at 75%

The upgrade always fails at ~75% and reverts to the previous version.

setuperr.log (Desktop PC): https://pastebin.com/7pwVgPMS
Rollback folder: https://www.dropbox.com/s/srmrit3umtmsnbk/Rollback.zip?dl=0
Panther folder: https://www.dropbox.com/s/trlt3vxm5avhhsf/Panther.zip?dl=0

setuperr.log (ASUS G551JM): https://pastebin.com/xxKX9sJq

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Are you getting any error message or code? There have been reports similar to this with an error code of 0x1900101 or the Green Screen of Death (GSOD).

If this is what you are experiencing - Some people are having luck installing after an initial GSOD if they remove their SD card and other USB peripherals. Others turned off device installation settings to NO and the install completed.

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No GSOD, only keyboard and mouse on USB, no 1900101 error code. This happens on 3 of my PCs...

I'll try to post logs from the other 2 PCs as well.

EDIT: device driver installation is off

Sidenote: since build 17025 Windows Update always tries to install Gen6 Intel VGA driver for my Gen4 CPUs (i5 4690K, i5 4200H, i3 4170), but the correct/same version drivers (for Gen4) are already installed. But I don't think that's causing the upgrade to fail.

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the error message you got, should be inside Windows Update history, and probably is 0x1900101.

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Oh, you're right, I forgot to check here.

O.K. I'll post this on the feedback hub link too: https://aka.ms/Uin4vw

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Put that in English

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Just throwing this out there,

do you happen to have any 3rd party AV?

The 75% was a point the it used to stop at

when there was 3rd party AV.

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Please mark my posts as answers or helpful if they are.

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All my posts are, only the screenshot is in Hungarian, but that doesn't add anything to this problem (the error code is the same).

Also I should mention that I can't switch to English language Feedback Hub while using Hungarian as the main language in Windows. Only links like above can I follow to write replies.

Meanwhile I tried an in-place upgrade from a self-made ISO, the exact error code is:

0xC1900101 - 0x40017

The update failed at SECOND BOOT phase during a BOOT operation. (that's a rough translation from Hungarian)

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No, only Windows Defender.

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Alright guys, the solution to this was to uninstall Macrium Reflect (or other 3rd party backup software) and after that the update went through.

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form command line I ran

DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth

you will need right click and runs a administrator

Worked for me on a couple occasions

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