My PC will not update from version 1511 build 14316.1000 to version 1607 build 14366

When I check for updates my pc says I am up to date. I am enrolled in the fast ring and have received all previous updates. I have another PC that has received the update to version 1607. What do I need to do to get this update?

Some of my PC's also seemed unable to complete the update to B14366.

After updating they had the timer spinning for ages.

I did a hard shut down with the Power Button.

When I powered up the PC again, it logged in with the update successful.

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This is the second build in a row which I was unable to update.  It just states that I am up to date.  Last build I had to wait for the iso file to be available.  I haven't found the file for this one yet.

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Did you search the forum and try any of the post ideas?
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It will normally show that your device is up to date. Keep in mind there are millions of devices in the queue.

Do a few manual checks for updates. I have often had to do this before it showed up the availability of any updates. 

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I finally reset the pc and then I was able to get the update.

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Which one.  14372 was out yesterday.
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I found the solution on another MS blog. download this link:

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

then run the file "Windows10Upgrade9252.exe". Give it some time, it will upgrade to 1607. While doing this, don't do any other activities or programs.

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That link is for the Media Creation Tool which has been available for the past year.

Unless you provide some guidance on how to use it - the user could be confused by the options presented when the tool is executed.

Initially there are two options:

1. Upgrade now. ( The upgrade is downloaded and installed automatically. )

2. Save the media for another PC.

When the second option is chosen the user is presented with the defaults for the PC being used to get the upgrade.

ie The Language, Version (Home / Pro) and 32Bit or 64Bit is shown for that PC.

If the download is required to upgrade a PC with a different set of options, the check can be removed from the box marked selected defaults, and the version required can be selected (if necessary.)

Then two more options are presented:

1. The ISO file that is downloaded can be burned directly onto a DVD or a Flash Drive.

2. The downloaded ISO file can be saved on the PC being used to get the media.

The saved ISO file can be used to directly upgrade the PC on which it is saved, if it is the correct version for that system.

ie Correct Language, Version ( Home / Pro ) and 32Bit or 64Bit.

On Windows 8 a double click on the ISO file should display the contents.

Otherwise - RIGHT CLICK on the ISO file and select 'Open with',

and select File Explorer. The contents will be displayed.

(On Windows 7 - RIGHT CLICK on the ISO file and select 'Open with'.

Choose Windows Explorer - and it will display the contents of the ISO file.)

When trying to execute the Setup.exe file - the user is prompted to unpack the ISO file.

Then when the Setup.exe is executed - the upgrade process will commence.

If the ISO is needed for a fresh install or recovery process, it can be burned to a DVD or Flash Drive with the Win7 Burner which still works to burn Windows 10 ISO's to make a bootable media. (DVD / Flash Drive).

This Burner can be downloaded here: http://wudt.codeplex.com/#

Run the burner and browse to where the downloaded ISO file has been saved.

Then choose the drive with either the DVD / Flash Drive loaded.

The DVD / Flash drive can be booted up on any PC to do a clean install

or it can be loaded on a running Windows 7 or Windows 8 system to perform an upgrade.

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This is the Insider forum.  People here should know how to read the instructions at the site.
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Really ! Don't assume that if they are on the Insider hub that they are all even minutely tech savvy.

Check the piles of ridiculous questions and even false and erroneous information that some of them offer as a 'solution' to a problem. Most of them do not even ask what hardware and version of application or facility the user is having problems with.

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