Cannot get windows 10 app upgrade to run

Hello

I have a portable extensible original and active running windows 7 Home premium and I cannot get windows 10 app to run.

I followed KB https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3081048, got the identity of the package on the two dism/Online/Get-Packages | Findstr 3035583 2952664 and still nothing. After this I run the troubleshooter of GW10appdiagnostic and it comes always freezes in "eligibility verification."

In addition, potential interest that I got a windows error update on the module "upgrade to Windows 10".

I want to get help and upgrade as soon as POSSIBLE.

Thank you.

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Hello Madzzz

I suggest to you that do a manual upgrade using the Windows 10 installation media. That way skip you the step of waiting for the book to come through instantly upgrade to Windows 10. A guide step by step can be found here.

Hope this suggestion helps you Madzzz

Yuri

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