Windows 10 Upgrade BSOD [0xC1900101 - 0x30018]

Running genuine Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1, all updated, no antivirus or system tools installed.

Tried redownloading Windows 10 twice to upgrade via MediaCreationToolx64.exe

BSOD's at 32% every time and states:

"SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED (rtwlane_13.sys)"

Then resets to Windows 7 and states "The installation failed in the FIRST_BOOT phase with an error during SYSPREP operation".

Found this WIN10 KB on that driver: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3074679

Seems ambiguous and i've uninstalled all windows 7 updates regarding opentype and adobe flash player security patches.

I need help getting past this error short of forcibly deleting the sys file and corrupting more things.

Resolved the issue by uninstalling ASUS Realtek Wifi Card drivers and disabling wlan in uefi bios.

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Thanks a lot!! I had the same problem and now its resolved. First thing I did after loading Win 10 is post this. 

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That's nice, however let's say for the sake of argument that you need to use the wlan card in the future. I physically removed the card in my Toshiba L655 because there isn't an option to disable it in bios, yeah I know, cheesy, right?  Removing the card did allow the installation to continue to fruition. After the install finished, and the system booted clean and successfully a few times, I reinstalled the card and bingo BSOD citing rtwlane_13.sys. Considering that I use the card frequently I hope a real solution is forthcoming.

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I am having the same issue currently. I'd rather not have to go buy an Intel card just to make my 2y/o netbook run windows 10... but its starting to sound like that's the case.

I'll attempt to remove the card and upgrade, but removing a wireless adapter that works in Windows 8.1 properly doesn't make any sense.

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That's exactly where I am. I have an older Toshiba laptop. I work on PC's (lots of them) to earn a living. I have multiple clients with many computers who won't be making the move to 10 until this and other issues like it are resolved. I don't know if Microsoft is considering the user base they are alienating with older hardware. My machine is at tops 3 years old, and I have clients with similar wireless nics that aren't even 2 years old yet. While it was feasible for me to spend hours with failed installations until I sat and physically traced the culprit, that won't work in a corporate setting. Further, buying new hardware to facilitate a "free" upgrade won't sit well. We are talking about a piece of hardware with good widespread use.

The other nonsense I've seen released as possible solutions, uninstall this, try a clean boot, hop on one foot while twisting aluminum foil on one ear is just silly deflection. This has to be a known issue by now. It will be interesting to see how long it takes to be addressed, and more so, if it's addressed.

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I removed the realtek wireless adapter mini pcie card from my laptop and the upgrade worked. Attempts to reinstall the card after install has bsod every time. Until this is fixed i have to us different wireless hardware which i shouldn't have to do.

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