Windows 10 Installation Error - 0xC1900101 - 0x20017

When upgrading to Windows 10 I always get the same error message. I get to the point where the system restarts and the windows 10 logo shows but no spinning icon appears. When I force shut down my laptop and then turn it back on again I get this error message:

'0xC1900101 - 0x20017 Installation failed during safe OS phase with an error during boot operation'

I remember trying to install the Windows 10 Insider Preview earlier this year and got exactly the same problem. I've also tried creating a bootable USB using the new Media Creation Tool but the same problem persists. No matter how I install Windows 10 I always have the same problem.

Specifications:

Samsung S3511 Laptop

Windows 7 (64 bit)

Intel Pentium P6200 2.13GHz

4.00 GB RAM

500GB Hard drive

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It doesn't work for me but glad it worked for you..

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This solution applies for basic to advance user.

If your laptop has a broadcom wifi card and you are trying to upgrade to windows 10,completly shut down your computer, disconnect battery, unplug AC adapter, strip the back cover, remove the broadcom Wifi card and replace with any other wifi card other than the broadcom and carry on with your windows 10 upgrade  .And then its job done.                                         

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This solution applies for basic to advance user.

If your laptop has a broadcom wifi card and you are trying to upgrade to windows 10,completly shut down your computer, disconnect battery, unplug AC adapter, strip the back cover, remove the broadcom Wifi card and replace with any other wifi card other than the broadcom and carry on with your windows 10 upgrade  .And then its job done.                                         

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This isn't the best advice from anyone who is a self-described "expert" one that actually does know what they're doing.  It's an OS upgrade at no point should anyone be suggesting hardware changes, much less ones that tell the user to move to an antiquated HDD technology.

Most of the advice is negligible and doesn't provide proper context.  The only reason why a domain account wouldn't work with the upgrade is due to permissions, which could be the same issue with a local account.  Administrator privileges is important to verify.  If you don't have them, then you shouldn't be updating your system anyways.

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This solution applies for basic to advance user.

although you doing OS upgrade,this small hardware change need to be done.only work with hardware if you confident.

If your laptop has a broadcom wifi card and you are trying to upgrade to windows 10,completely shut down your computer, disconnect battery, unplug AC adapter, strip the back cover, remove the broadcom Wifi card and replace with any other wifi card other than the broadcom and carry on with your windows 10 upgrade  .And then its job done.                                         

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this worked for my laptop samsung s3511

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I chatted with tech support this morning  had the same problem again when they told me to unplug all my usb devices as that would fix the problem

You know what tech support said to me today??

You wil have to go out and buy a disc version of windows 10

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I have the broadcom wifi card installed on my laptop but haven't got another card? Could i just removed the said card and try and install windows 10 without the card in?

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Complete windows installation without wifi card.you can always pick resonably good price  wifi card  on ebay.

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I have a Toshiba P300, I got the same error.
I found the driver guilty for my case.

it was the storage controller O2Micro.
I uninstalled the device driver in the device manager and remove the driver by checking the box.

I installed Windows10 by creating a USB key with Microsoft Mediacreationtool.

I Clicked on setup.exe in the directory of the created key in the Explorer.

it's a french Google translation ;-)

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I tried to do this and edit my BIOS too...  but doesn't work. I formatted my PC 2 times. And tried 25 (TWENTY FIVE) TIMES to install WIN 10... result: only APPEAR  WIN 10 SYMBOL AND
0xC1900101 - 0x20017

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