98 updating window
Very good at resuming broken downloads and it downloads only what is needed for your system therefore a much faster method.
The downside is that the upgrade isn't a smooth process.
Step 2 is just performing the stopping of Windows Update after it's been disabled, better to just follow the command prompt route to disable I had the same problem with my old Lenovo T500 I tried 3 times and it stopped at 99 percent then I checked my system, and I found out in the device manager that not all the drivers been installed properly I went to download all the drivers and tried again then it worked fine..
it passed the 99 % and 45 minutes later my Windows 10 was installt without problems I hope that works for you as well Does not work.
As of now, Windows 10 is now classified as a “Recommended” update, which means many Windows 7 and 8.1 users will download and begin the installation automatically.
By default, Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 shipped with updates enabled and a second box — “Give me Recommended updates the same way I receive important updates” checked as well.
Starting today, the company is upping the ante once again.
I found the problem to be a drive imaging program that I had installed on all three machines.
After giving up after about 12 hours i reboot the machines to find that they would only give me a mouse cursor and background screen.
The good thing is that the upgrade completes smoothly once the download has completed.
The bad thing is that it doesn't resume interrupted downloads.Installed Windows 7 Ultimate (64-bit) on a fresh PC and after installing service pack 1 started the upgrade to Windows 10.