I used the windows 10 upgrade assistant to install windows 10 build 2004. I am getting this error:

Your PC settings aren't supported yet on this version of Windows 10. Microsoft is working to support your settings soon. No action is needed. Windows Update will offer this version of Windows 10 automatically when these settings are supported

Is there a way to get the upgrader to tell me what condition it hit when it decided that computer is not eliglble? A log file somewhere? I am fine changing it, I just don't know what the problem is.

Here is the scanresult.log, the scanresult.xml mentioned in that log, and the BlueBox.log, CompatData_2020_06_28_15_27_24_3_006f0018.xml (requested in the comments), and finally my CBS.log file. C:\$Windows.~BT\Sources\panther\miglog.xml and C:\Windows\setupapi.log do not exist on my computer.

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    There are several know issues with 2004. When those conditions are detected Microsoft blocks 2004 on those machines. You should absolutely not attempt a manual upgrade to 2004.
    – Ramhound
    Jun 28, 2020 at 21:45
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    Sorry, I should have been more clear in my question - I'm asking if there's a way to get the upgrader to tell me what condition it hit when it decided that computer is not eliglble. I'm not looking for someone on this website to tell me, I understand that it would be difficult (or impossible) to tell me the specific issue with only the information I've given
    – Jon
    Jun 28, 2020 at 21:54
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    The answer I'm looking for would be the location of a log file or something similar that contains the answer I need. I'm willing to buy hardware that doesn't have the problem but I don't want to read through all the known issues to figure out which piece of hardware I have is the blocker.
    – Jon
    Jun 28, 2020 at 21:58
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    I don't have bitlocker enabled, but thank you. Where are the logs? That is the answer I'm looking for
    – Jon
    Jun 28, 2020 at 21:59
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    Logs. Please provide the necessary information to answer your question. Simply telling you where the logs are isn’t an acceptable answer. You might not be looking to be told the reason for the block but that is indeed the only acceptable answer (IMO)
    – Ramhound
    Jun 28, 2020 at 22:01

1 Answer 1


Have you tried:

To disable Core Isolation?

  1. Update your hardware drivers
  2. Disable Core Isolation by going to Settings > Windows Security > Open Windows Security > Devie Security > Core isolation details.
  3. Keep checking Windows 10 2004 release information page for mitigations and resolutions for Known issues.

Updating offline

Download the update, disable internet, apply the update, enabled internet back after the update is applied.


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