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I have been running Windows 10 for quite awhile with build 10041 - P3D, FSX, train programs, Quicken, Firefox Browsing and mail. I recently tried to update to 10074 and it fails about 25% into the Setup Process. I would gladly reinstall 10041 from the ISO disk but even that does not work though I am not sure since I just booted from it and hoped.

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Hi Dick

 

Just out of interest, which version of Quicken have you got that works in Windows 10?

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I have been running Windows 10 for quite awhile with build 10041 - P3D, FSX, train programs, Quicken, Firefox Browsing and mail. I recently tried to update to 10074 and it fails about 25% into the Setup Process. I would gladly reinstall 10041 from the ISO disk but even that does not work though I am not sure since I just booted from it and hoped.

What about build 10061 ? Mine wont update to 10071 but it my be something to do with the band width for the update as im on a remote site it gets to 92% ... dont know the reason. bear in mind after each install not all software will like the move and may need reinstallation or run in compatability mode blah blah blah

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Hi Dick

 

Just out of interest, which version of Quicken have you got that works in Windows 10?

 

Quicken 2015 with update...

 

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I really have no strong reason to update to 10074. Just keeping up-to-date but given the possible problem areas perhaps I should just wait at 10041 and see what develops.

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Try turning Windows Defender and/or Windows Firewall off before updating. That seemed to fix all my issues with updating to 10074 after a handful of failed attempts.

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Try turning Windows Defender and/or Windows Firewall off before updating. That seemed to fix all my issues with updating to 10074 after a handful of failed attempts.

I wil give that a go thanks for the tip....

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