- Jun 14, 2012
I've put it on three machines now, using WU, with no issues.
Just extract/copy it to a folder on hard disk and run setup from there.I am doing it through window update now. Apparently you can't update with a USB drive at the moment:
I am getting the "can't update" message on all three machines in the house here. Leave it to MS...wasted my time downloading two USB media drives that I doubt will work to update anything until they release a new version.
I've been running on it since it was released to insiders on the preview ring and I"ve not had any issues with it. Yesterday's release is the same build 116.Surprised there isn't a thread on this yet. I just noticed the latest version of Win 10 is available:
Anyone tried it yet?
This is news to me.From nvidia site:
WINDOWS DRIVER TYPE
"Standard" packages are those that do not require the DCH driver components.
"DCH" (Declarative, Componentized, Hardware Support Apps) refers to new packages preinstalled by OEMS implementing the Microsoft Universal Driver paradigm.
DCH drivers cannot be installed over a standard system, and Standard drivers cannot be installed over a DCH system.
To confirm the type of system you have, locate Driver Type under the System Information menu in the NVIDIA Control Panel.
Getting a bit OT, but I found this post on of all places the Malawarebytes forum by exile360 that may answer your questions about DCH drivers. https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/241609-windows-dch-drivers-its-about-time/?do=findComment&comment=1293195This is news to me.
So, you can't install DCH over Standard drivers, and you can't install Standard drivers over DCH drivers?
What controls which type of drivers that you need? The UEFI? Something in there? Or is this just for OEM branded hardware?
I mean, if I stick with DIY-type mobos and GPUs, and install my own copies of Windows, am I ever going to run into this?
One thing that I could use some pointers on, is how to configure Win10 64-bit's Startup Items.
As you know, non malware start items are listed in Task Manager
and in the Registry under key
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run and RunOnce.
The Task Scheduler also starts items based on the conditions selected in that app.
They must have had too many issues with the update, as they pulled the above update for my laptop (which showed just like the screen shot from May 21 until I looked today).I just saw it being available when I ran system update, but after reading a few articles about it, I'm going to wait a bit before installing it. From what I understand, it won't automatically install until June, so I'll let others be the guinea pigs on testing it.
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