The Windows 10 update has been obstructed on PCs that utilization USB storage or SD cards. Here’s the fix.
This week, Microsoft published a Windows Support document specifying a baffling issue: Users receiving a “This PC can’t be upgraded up to Windows 10” error on PCs that have a USB device or SD card connected.
The base of the issue is “improper drive reassignment,” which can happen on Windows 10-based machines that have an USB or SD memory card connected during the installation of the update, as indicated by the report. At the point when these gadgets are set up, they can hinder the PC from getting the update, creating the mistake message if the update is endeavored once more.
For example, if an upgrade to the May 2019 version is endeavored on a PC with a thumb drive embedded into a USB port, the gadget is reassigned to an alternate drive letter, rather than being mounted in the system as drive G, the report said.
Internal hard drives may likewise be influenced by drive reassignment, alongside the removable gadgets.
Luckily, there is a simple fix for this: Simply evacuate the USB gadget or SD card, and restart the May 2019 Update Installation, Microsoft said.
The issue will be fixed in a future Windows 10 servicing update, Microsoft noted. For Windows Insiders, the issue is settled in construct 18877 and later.
The Windows 10 May 2019 Update will be discharged next month . The update packages are as of now accessible on MSDN, our sister site ZDNet noted.
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