Windows Update Install error - 0xc1900101

Discussion in 'Parallels Desktop on a Mac with Apple silicon' started by Michael Pitt, Dec 4, 2023.

  1. MartinW27

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    I chose to install manually and fiddled with a few settings like choosing more memory and processors, turned off sharing and some more things...
    Not sure which did it, but the install went forward.
    had to manually install the parallels tools but it is up and running....
     
  2. MartinW27

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    I have managed to successfully update from 26040 to 26058 by setting the CPU & Memory in the VMs hardware configuration from automatic to manual with 4 CPUs and 4GB memory.
     
  3. LeRoi

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    As our default configuration for Win 11 under Parallels, I have been using 4 CPU and 16 GB of memory all the way thorough the strangeness of recent Canary updates. From 25997 to 26040 it didn't make any difference. From 26040 to 26052 it didn't work now matter what configuration was used. From 26052 to 26058 it once again would not do an in place update, thus the complete from scratch install using the VHDX.

    That's close to our default configuration. We use 4 CPU's (I think the exact term for that really should be CORE, but what do I know? :) ) and 16 GB.
     
  4. LeRoi

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    Amazing! I started the Canary update to 26063 and after 15 minutes of sitting at 64%, I decided to go to uupdump.net and create an ISO of the update. Opened the ISO update, clicked on Start (run as administrator), clicked on Install and found something else to do for about 20 minutes. As hard as it is to believe, it installed and is working. I guess I really should try from Windows Update but I ran out of patience previously so I'm just going with the created ISO.
     

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