Windows 10 not updating from 21354 to 21376.1

Discussion in 'Parallels Desktop for Apple Silicon (M1) Mac' started by BrianT14, May 8, 2021.

  1. BrianT14

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    Hi,

    I've been trying to install the .Net 3.5 framework and it keeps giving an error during install. I saw in the forum that I should upgrade to build 21376.1. For some reason, when I check my windows updates, it says I'm fully updated but I'm only at build 21354. Do I have to do something to get the 21376.1 upgrade?

    Brian
     
  2. BrianT14

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    oops, now it started downloading already
     
  3. DennisJ3

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    Glad you got it to update, but I have the same problem where it's saying I'm "up to date." Did you do anything to get it to start? Thanks!!
     
  4. BrianT14

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    I did two things before it updated: 1) bought a windows 10 Pro license and 2) updated my MacOS to the latest version. I'm not sure if 1) led to the update since right after the license was activated, it still didn't update. It started to update after my MacOS was updated
     
  5. DennisJ3

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    I think the trick to get the update is to post about it in this thread. Been trying to update it for a week and yesterday evening it just decided to get it!
     
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  6. JerryG

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    Just wanted to clarify that you purchased a Windows 10 Pro retail license and were able to use it on the Windows 10 ARM64 Preview. I'd like to personalize the install, but it appears you need to activate it first. Thanks
     
  7. DennisJ3

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    That's exactly what I did!
     
  8. JerryG

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    Thanks. Look like the retail Win 10 Pro costs about $200 at Amazon and Microsoft store.
     
  9. DennisJ3

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    Yeah, if you Google "Indigo Software," that's where I got mine (cheaper). Have used them for years with no issue.
     
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  10. BrianT14

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    Yes, I purchased a Pro retail license
     
  11. JohnS30

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    If you already have an x86 Windows 10 license you can use that key with the ARM Preview. It will be accepted.
     
  12. JerryG

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    The ARM Preview also accepted an older x86 32 bit Windows 7 key that I had never used.
     

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