Windows 10 Failed to install 0xC1900101 0x30017

Everytime I try to update my computer to windows 10, I get the same error occurring. Ive tried multiple methods but I can not get around it. Downloading it works, but once the installing gets to the first re-boot, the machine hangs with the dots that are meant to be going in a circle just freezing. Nothing happens no matter how long I leave it for, so I have to hard-reset. Once I done that it tries to recover the installation but the same thing happens again so then it just sets me back to windows 7.

 My computers model is Alienware_Aurora_R3

This is the error message I get when I am rolled back to Windows 7. 

Ive tried looking online for solutions but cant find any that work for me so far. Any help?

 

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Thanks for the tip but I ended up having to do a fresh install

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problem 0xC19001001 - 0x30017 solved!

just assigned an other driver letter to my "X" drive . . . .

found this tip on a other side where I can't find any more . . .

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I have almost the same problem and tried all the advice given here. 

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Was on the phone with Micro Useless India Tech Support for a total of 8 hours trying to get my Alienware Aurora R3 upgraded from Win 7 Home Premium to Windows 10.

Tried all the boot tricks, disabling tricks, unplugging tricks etc over 37 times and could not get an upgrade to not freeze.

Guess what though it loads fine as a clean install no problem, but then you don't get the "FREE" upgrade. Their solution rather than just giving me a valid code as they have verified multiple times my Windows 7 is good, is to wait for hell to freeze over and have Dell come out with a magic driver like they did for windows 8, oh wait they didn't do that either.

So if you want windows 10 you are going to have to buy it, as the upgrade just flat out doesn't work on many of our systems.

P.S. Tech support will say its a hardware issue, guess what Micro idiots it isn't if you can do a clean install geniuses.

Done ranting

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Hello,

I  have the same problem :

Unable to upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 10 due to error 0xC1900101 - 0x30017. 

I have tried all possible ways and proposed actions to get the upgrade installed, but always ended with the same result:

"Auf dem PC ist ein Problem aufgetreten. Er muß neu gestartet werden. Es werden einige Informationen gesammelt,

dann wird ein Neistart ausgeführt. Fehler: 0xC000021a

und endet schließlich mit 0xC1900101-0x30017  "Die Installation war nicht erfolgreich. In der Phase FIRST BOOT ist während des Vorgangs Boot ein Fehler aufgetreten."

To provide you with info to identify my issue I am willing to share my log files with a Microsoft  agent.

Hopefully, you are able to help me.

Thank you and best regards

Uwilor

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can anyone help me to diagnose this error...i tried to download windows 10 many times but everytime it fails and when i open the logs, i get this error

2015-08-24 21:25:32, Error      [0x08085f] MIG    MigHost: CMigPluginSurrogate::LoadAndRegisterServerInThreadContext: LoadLibraryExW(C:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Sources\ReplacementManifests\Microsoft-Windows-RasServer-MigPlugin\RasMigPlugin.dll, LOAD_WITH_ALTERED_SEARCH_PATH) failed gle=0x7f.[gle=0x0000007f]
2015-08-24 21:25:32, Error      [0x080863] MIG    MigHost: CMigPluginSurrogate::COMGenericThreadingHostThreadProc: LoadAndRegisterServerInThreadContext() failed hr=0x8007007f.[gle=0x0000007f]

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I have BIOS A06 as well.  I had upgraded a while back.  When I went to the Dell site during the upgrade to Windows 10, this was still listed as the most recent BIOS update.

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I have an aurora r3 as well. could you mention the bios youre on? mine was originally A05(as it said in the bios) but ive updated to A06 awhile back but as far as i know theres been no more bios updates.

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Thanks for the info!  I followed this procedure and the installation worked for me as well.  I had to perform the manual power off at exactly the same times as you cited.  The upgrade to Windows 10 then worked.

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i just followed your steps and i have to thank you. it worked exactly like you said. worked like a charm. I was very frustrated. again, thank you so much. everyone else reading this that has a Alienware Aurora R3. do what gabwiss described. it works

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