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  • Error Message when installing the Anniversary Update 0xC19000101-0x300D

    I have HP desktop that has the Nov. Build of WIN10. I used the Media Creation Tool to make a USB, which I run (setup) from within Windows, to upgrade to the AU and I constantly get this message:

    0xC19000101-0x300D The installation failed in the FIRST_BOOT phase with an error during MIGRATE_DATA operation

    I have searched on line for a solution and uninstalled the AntiVirus (not Defender), and that didn't help.

    Right before the install, I do get an error message that some media files may not play due to new DRM and I have to accept that and move on. Everything seems to go fine from there. Except that error message. I've also both selected Get Updates Now (Recommended) and Get Them Later. Makes no difference. Thanks for any insight.

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    I finally got the upgrade installed. I had to do a couple of things.

    First, I found this page with a lot of solutions on it:

    http://www.askvg.com/fix-something-happened-error-message-in-windows-10-upgrade/

    I did all these things and tried to use the files I downloaded onto the USB drive. The installation got further, but then still hung. I went to bed. In the morning, it was still hung. Rebooted and it reverted back to previous WIN10 installation.

    I then checked the NVidia site for any new video drivers. It found an update dated August 2. I installed the new drivers.

    Then I found this site:

    http://www.windowscentral.com/windows10-anniversary-update-common-problems-how-fix?utm_source=wpc&utm_medium=twitter

    and ran the Windows Update Trouble shooter:

    http://download.microsoft.com/download/F/E/7/FE74974A-9029-41A0-9EB2-9CCE3FC20B99/WindowsUpdateDiagnostic.diagcab

    I installed it; it found problems and fixed them.

    I then created a complete image of the partitions needed for Windows using Macrium Reflect before I did the following, just in case I had to re-image my boot drive.

    And I then used this tool to do a download, instead of my USB:

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/12387/windows-10-update-history

    and downloaded the update and it worked fine.

    You may need to do some variation of these steps. I'm not sure which one made it work, but I suspect using the Update Cleanup Tool and installing new video drivers were the things that made this work.

    Hope all of this helps someone

    Wednesday, August 3, 2016 5:38 PM

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  • Thanks for the update and posting links, hopefully help others.
    Wednesday, August 3, 2016 10:26 PM
  • Hi ,

    It is glad to hear that you resolve it using your own solution, thanks for sharing your experience and solution here. It will be very beneficial for other community members who have similar issues.

    Best regards


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