Windows 10: How to update after rolling back

Discus and support How to update after rolling back in Windows 10 Updates and Activation to solve the problem; So I rolled back the 393 build to the 372 build. Windows is smart enough to not re-update me to 393 when Windows check for updates. There should be a... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Updates and Activation' started by jmsnyc, Sep 17, 2016.

  1. jmsnyc Win User

    How to update after rolling back


    So I rolled back the 393 build to the 372 build. Windows is smart enough to not re-update me to 393 when Windows check for updates. There should be a check box or something to allow the update.

    So now I want to go to 393 again but WU is not seeing it. How do I force it ? Registry key ?

    Here is a screenshot of my reg key. Trying to figure if I should change EnablePreviewBuilds to 1 or modify something else such as IsBuildFLighting enabled ?

    Update: I need to reread my old posts , lol

    I needed to delete the recovered from "folder" "key" "bnranch" "node" not sure of right terminology but I the left pane in the tree structure. Path in image below


    How to update after rolling back [​IMG]


    :)
     
    jmsnyc, Sep 17, 2016
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  2. Farney21 Win User

    Updating to current build after rolling back

    When the November update came out I installed it immediately, no problem with the installation. However after I signed in and it set up I found my start menu and all taskbar popup menus (wifi, notifications etc) weren't working. After trying everything
    I could from the internet I decided to use the rollback to a previous build feature which I did. I now want to try installing the latest build again (Threshold 2) to see if it'll work this time but it has been removed from windows update. Is there any way
    to get it back without doing a clean install from an ISO?
     
    Farney21, Sep 17, 2016
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  3. Updating to current build after rolling back

    You can do an upgrade from the ISO (it doesn't have to be a clean install). But otherwise, just patience: the update will re-appear in Windows Update within a few weeks.
     
    Shawn 'Cmdr' Keene [MVP], Sep 17, 2016
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