update of windows 10 version1511 to 1607

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how can I update my existing windows 10 ver 1511 to 1607

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You should be able to via windows update.  Have you tried that?

You could also download the ISO from here

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10ISO/

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Perhaps someone can help resolve some confusion I might have.

I upgraded my Windows 7 Pro to Windows 10 Pro Version 1511 Build 10586, the anniversary edition.  I have been having numerous errors in my eventvwr and numerous crashes.  After research, I discovered a newer version is available.

Current Branch (CB) 1607

14393.82

8/2/2016 8/23/2016 Microsoft recommends

I downloaded this version x86 in the standalone version; and when I run, it gives the error message, "Not for this computer".

I was hoping updating to the latest version might resolve some of my issues.

What is happening?  Is Version 1607, an upgrade, not an update, and I can't install it for that reason? IOW, is it another type of Anniversary Edition upgrade, and not a regular update?  If not, then what's happening?   I confirm this is x86 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 (KB3176934)

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Microsoft, I cannot upgrade to 1607 via the standalone, can someone answer my previous question above please?
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Per your instructions, this is not working.  When I do this, I get the error "Not for this computer".  Can you explain?

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Perhaps someone can help resolve some confusion I might have.

I upgraded my Windows 7 Pro to Windows 10 Pro Version 1511 Build 10586, the anniversary edition.  I have been having numerous errors in my eventvwr and numerous crashes.  After research, I discovered a newer version is available.

Current Branch (CB) 1607

14393.82

8/2/2016 8/23/2016 Microsoft recommends

I downloaded this version x86 in the standalone version; and when I run, it gives the error message, "Not for this computer".

I was hoping updating to the latest version might resolve some of my issues.

What is happening?  Is Version 1607, an upgrade, not an update, and I can't install it for that reason? IOW, is it another type of Anniversary Edition upgrade, and not a regular update?  If not, then what's happening?   I confirm this is x86 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 (KB3176934)

Hello Chip Cooper,

If you have Windows 10 Pro Version 1511 Build 10586,  You must first have 1607 Anniversary Update installed to use this standalone update!!!

(I confirm this is x86 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 (KB3176934)).  If you had 1607 installed it might work.  Download ISO file for 1607 and upgrade or do a clean install.

Always Remember: whispered hints can lead to screams of success.
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Hello Chip Cooper,

If you have Windows 10 Pro Version 1511 Build 10586,  You must first have 1607 Anniversary Update installed to use this standalone update!!!

(I confirm this is x86 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 (KB3176934)).  If you had 1607 installed it might work.  Download ISO file for 1607 and upgrade or do a clean install.

Supposedly as I understood this, this ISO is the 1511 to 1607 update (per title problem).  I updated my Windows 7 PRO to 10 PRO for the anniversary (thus my assumption, I have the Win 10 anniversary edition.  My system only says Build 10586, which I discovered on MS site is Version 1511, and not indicating Home or PRO.

So, I upgraded for the anniversary from 7 PRO to 10 PRO, and cannot update further?  All I know is I have issues related to conversion.  This is what appears to be the case.... I'm stuck in 1511.  So I do not understand why I have to have 1607 to use accumulated to 1607.  The title of this thread clearly states, "Windows10 ver 1511 to 1607" which is what I need, and was suggested as solution. Yet, (Not for this computer), so you're saying the solution is incorrect?

 I am however using Anniversary Windows 10 PRO... could this be the issue?

 If so, do you have any idea how I'm going to do updates as they are released for Win 10 PRO Build 10586 (which purportedly is ver.1511), or not?

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I found this helpful (not) informative (yes)...

http://www.infoworld.com/article/3104389/microsoft-windows/the-case-against-windows-10-anniversary-update-grows.html

I guess I'm supposed to remain grateful my machine isn't trashed until Microsoft figures this out!  Or are we seeing the beginning of the end of Microsoft.  Anyone looking into this Anniversary rollout, it's obvious to see it's full of problems.  It's not wonder that a loyal Microsoft user like me is starting to have doubts.  If "I'm" having doubts, I have no doubt from past experience, I'm not alone.

The thought of starting over, re-installing applications that I've been using for a long time, and reconfiguring my machine once I manage to get it up and running is something I've done a few times in the past, and one I definitely will put off for as long as possible.  This Sux!

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Hello,

Just to make sure what what Windows 10 is running on your computer.

Press WIN + R key. This will bring up Run window.

Type winver and OK. This will confirm your version of Windows 10.

"Supposedly as I understood this, this ISO is the 1511 to 1607 update (per title problem)."  Yes there is a update for 1511 to 1607 but this is available via Windows Update.

Always Remember: whispered hints can lead to screams of success.
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