I have currently a dual boot system with debian an windows® 8.1 bit installed.
As I use ᴜᴇꜰɪ, I use the windows bootloader to load the linux kernel directly (I compiled the linux kernel as an ᴜᴇꜰɪ application).
I have many application installed on windows, and for some of them, I lost the serial key necessary to reinstall them. So I don’t want to perform a fresh install (upgrade to windows® 10 while keeping installed applications).
After cloning my hdd to a backup one, I used the gwx tool and ended up on this error message after the download phase. Which translate to :
An error occurred.
Sorry, but we can’t determine if your computer is compatible with Windows 10. Close this program and try again.
Of course trying again or rebooting still lead to the same error.
It also worth to say that with 16Gb of ʀᴀᴍ ; 900Gb of free disk space, and an Ivy Bridge ᴄᴘᴜ, their should be no hardware compatibility problem (so it’s safe to force the install).
So is their a way to find why the installer fails to determine if my computer is compatible ?