1. Scott Bradley's Avatar
    I received the 10158 update today for my testing computer and got the dreaded RAMDisk Error.

    I experienced this error before and the only fix I could find was to wipe the drive and start with a fresh build and migrate up through all the builds. That is rather annoying! Anyone else experience a RAMDisk error during an update? Any suggestions short of starting the build from scratch?
    06-30-2015 10:27 AM
  2. Laquox's Avatar
    I did on 2 of my 3 PCs running windows 10130. I refuse to do a wipe and clean install and was going to wait for the next build. Luckily that build is dropping today. Hoping 10159 fixes the problem. I've never experienced this bug so it was rather annoying trying to find a solution. Every where I looked the only solution was to wipe the system and start over. Over in my thread one user tried the Reset/Refresh option and it still didn't fix the problem.
    06-30-2015 04:27 PM
  3. Scott Bradley's Avatar
    You can't skip a version - you have to install 130 before you can install 159...

    Sorry dude
    06-30-2015 09:53 PM

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