Originally Posted by DJ4g63t
Originally Posted by Droidriven
Did you try installing windows 10 before doing the mod and it told you it wasn't compatible, then after doing the mod it still says incompatible?
If so then you might have to do what I did after I changed the motherboard in my laptop. I had to manually set the windows 10 compatibility scanner to start over, then it allowed the upgrade.
I can't remember the name of it or exactly what I had to do, I remember having to manually find the program in my system that runs the scanner and force it to stop and then reset its schedule to start 5 minutes from the time I modified it.
Believe it or not, I went through Dell support live chat and a Dell rep pointed me to that, that was the first time Dell support actually was able to give a working solution, every other issue I've ever gone to them with they never were able to give me what I needed.
Make sure you've got date and time set right any and everywhere you can or resetting schedule won't work.
I didn't try and install Windows 10 yet the compatibility notification says the cpu is isn't supported still. I came across a thread late last night about resetting the Windows 10 scanner like you mentioned but I haven't given that a try yet. I'm fairly confident that will help with the new microcodes.
It probably will, if the BIOS that was nodded isn't the latest BIOS update then that may be an issue, I hope it works for you.
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