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If you try to use the Media Creation tool to upgrade to a new version of Windows 10, or if you switch from an earlier version (Windows 8.1 or Windows 7), you may receive the error message “The language or edition of the Windows version currently installed on your PC is not supported by this tool.
If you receive this error message and are sure that your device meets the hardware and software requirements, you can try updating the Windows 10 ISO file download or create a USB bootable media using the media creation tool on another computer that you can use to perform a direct upgrade.
Manual upgrade and installation of Windows 10 manual
A number of problems have been reported with upgrading to Windows 10 using automatic methods such as the media creation tool. For those who don’t want to worry, you can quickly upgrade to Windows 10 by following the instructions described here.
Simply follow the instructions exactly as they are described.
Step 1: Download the Windows 10 ISO file that matches your version of Windows.
The official links to these ISO files (directly from Microsoft) can be found below for all versions of Windows 10 except the monolingual version. These ISO files apply to both Home and Pro versions of Windows. You only need to be specific if you select the correct 32-bit or 64-bit version currently running on your computer.
Step 2: Create an installation support using the Windows 10 ISO file.
If you want to create an installation disc with Windows 10 ISO (downloaded from Microsoft’s website) – just right-click on the ISO file containing your blank DVD in the drive – then select “Burn” from the menu. This should open the Windows ISO Creator integrated with Windows and starting with Windows 7. Use this tool to correctly create an installation disc for Windows 10.
Disconnect your PC from the Internet.
Depending on the users, your Internet connection may cause this problem. If you are trying to update from an ISO file, we recommend that you disconnect your PC from the Internet and update it.
If you download the update via Windows Update, we recommend that you do so until the update is 100% downloaded and then try to install it. It’s just a simple trick, but only a few users have said it works for them, so don’t hesitate to try it.
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