Microsoft lifts Windows 10 version 1903 upgrade block for more PCs

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Microsoft maintains a list of known issues and upgrade blocks
for Windows 10 version 1903. With the latest Patch Tuesday
update, Microsoft appears to have lifted the upgrade block for
Windows 10 May 2019 Update, or version 1903, allowing more
users to install the latest stable version.

On July 11, 2019, Microsoft revealed
that it has resolved three issues affecting a group of Windows
10 devices.

Previously, users who attached
external USB devices or memory card were being blocked from
installing Windows 10 May 2019 Update. Affected users were
getting an error message that stated this PC can’t be upgraded
to Windows 10.

Microsoft says it has addressed a bug that caused inappropriate
drive reassignment during installation. The safeguard hold aka
upgrade block has been removed and you should see Windows 10
version 1903 on Windows Update page in 48 hours or more.

Similarly, Microsoft has also removed the upgrade block
affecting users with Dolby Atmos headphones and home theater.

Another bug that may have caused loss of functionality
using the Dynabook Smartphone Link app on Windows 10 version
1903 has been resolved.

“This issue is now resolved and the safeguard hold has been
removed. Please note, it can take up to 48 hours before you can
update to Window 10, version 1903,” Microsoft noted in the
support document.

Windows 10 v1903 upgrade

Microsoft has resolved most of the issues hitting Windows 10
May 2019 Update. Unlike the previous releases, Windows 10
version 1903 offered a smoother and better upgrade experience,
contributing to fewer mistakes.

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