Windows 11 error

mconnelly

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That's one of their many tactics. :)
Sorry for the delay in my response. And no, I'm not a spammer. I did figure out that it's the CPU. Unfortunately, I can't mark this thread as solved. I've been dealing with Covid, so the computers haven't been a priority for a while. Sorry!
 

Macboatmaster

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The post by me
I do not undertsand what it is you are asking or indeed the point you are making
What please has the link you provide to do with windows 11
and the reply by Cookiegal
did NOT refer to you, it referred to another post with a link unconnected to this thread
 

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And no, I'm not a spammer.
As Macboatmaster stated, that was not aimed at you. The post by a spammer was deleted so you can't see it any long but Macboatmaster had replied to it so I was merely informing him that it was a spammer. I'm glad you got the computer issue sorted out. :)
 

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As Macboatmaster stated, that was not aimed at you. The post by a spammer was deleted so you can't see it any long but Macboatmaster had replied to it so I was merely informing him that it was a spammer. I'm glad you got the computer issue sorted out. :)
Kind of. Now, I took myself out of Windows Insider and Developer mode, but Windows keeps trying to start the install for Windows 11. It keeps asking me to "Fix it". Luckily, my updates are automatic so, I'm not missing any updates.
 

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You never replied but the answer was on my post 11.
Your system reserved parttion had insufficient free space for it to cater for the install of 11

The present situation is caused by the pre configured install of 11 failing and it now I would think is showing as a pending install
Check on your updates and settings for insider program on = updates window


OR see as here

f you no longer want to receive Insider preview builds, you'll have to unenroll your device. If you don't leave the program though, you will continue to receive emails. To unenroll your device:

  1. Go to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Insider Program > Stop Insider Preview Builds to see your options.
  2. If you're in the Beta Channel or the Release Preview Channel, you can flip the switch to stop stop getting preview builds on your device when the next major release of Windows launches to the public.
  3. If you're in the Dev Channel or you'd like to stop getting preview builds immediately, you should use these instructions to complete a clean installation of Windows.
IT MAYBE that leaving the Insider channel and indeed the above will not stop it trying to install as the means to do so is actually on your computer, as against just on updates, so you may find this helpful

Enable or Disable Insider Build Settings in Windows 10 | Tutorials (tenforums.com)
which although suggests it is for Insider 10 builds works as well for 11 insider on 10
 
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