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Discus and support Windows10 new PC build with 2004 version - Multiple Issues in Windows 10 Ask Insider to solve the problem; Hi folks, Basically I have built a new machine with the up coming Microsoft Flight Simulator coming up in the 18th August. I have put in a lot of... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Ask Insider' started by /u/SirMaxxi, Aug 2, 2020 at 3:12 AM.

  1. Windows10 new PC build with 2004 version - Multiple Issues


    Hi folks,

    Basically I have built a new machine with the up coming Microsoft Flight Simulator coming up in the 18th August.

    I have put in a lot of prep to get everything happening, finally put the new machine together last week. I9-9900k, z390 Rog Gaming Mobo, and some other bits.

    Installed the latest Win10 from USB installation, updated all system drivers, hardware drivers everything.

    The system was good for a day, mind you I didn't really do much but temps are great etc anyway this is where things started happening.

    Right click desktop and the little busy circle for a good 30 secs before context menu.

    BSOD ongoing for different things

    GPU freezes so system simply freezes like a starting picture, that happens randomly, sometimes up to 5 times in a night.

    Clicking a system icon to open up something again could take 30 sec or more.



    STEP'S I HAVE TAKEN:

    sfc /scannow

    Repair DISM

    Reduced startup items

    Windows troubleshooter

    Using genetic SATA controller etc.


    1. My big question is, can I took this 2004 update back, but there is no previous Version of Win10 as it's a new install ?


    2. Are there some fail safe fixes I could do in the meantime ?


    3. Will the 2004 version be updated anytime soon ?

    Thanks in advance

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    /u/SirMaxxi, Aug 2, 2020 at 3:12 AM
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  2. Abid33 Win User

    Windows10: Version 2004

    Windows10 Version-2004 is available in my pc.

    1.Should I update it now or later? If later, exactly when I should update it?

    2.How much time it would take? [Net speed 5mbps]

    3.What's your windows10 version who is answering my question?
     
  3. Windows10 for a new build

    Hello,

    I am looking to build a new desktop PC. Should I get the OEM or Retail for Windows10 HOME? Which version can be upgraded to Windows10 Pro?

    I am also looking into running a dual boot with Windows10 and Linux on the same OS drive. Will Windows10 pose any issues if either OS is installed first?

    Thank you
     
    TryingSomethingNew#face, Aug 2, 2020 at 3:18 AM
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