Microsoft just rolled out Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18922 to Fast Ring Insiders. This update brings some important improvements and a bunch of bug fixes.
Most importantly, Microsoft also acknowledged a few bugs in this build. Apart from the known issues, Windows 10 users reported a series of additional bugs on Windows forums.
Windows 10 Build 18922 reported issues
Windows update error 0x8024a112
Many users who downloaded the update experienced some issues with the installation process. They got the following error.
We’re having trouble restarting to finish the install. Try again in a little while. If you keep seeing this, try searching the web or contacting support for help. This error code might help: (0x8024a112).
Furthermore, clicking Restart Now button does nothing. If you are also experiencing similar issues, you can try the workaround mentioned in this post to fix them.
There are multiple reports that Windows update gets stuck at 70%. Notably, Microsoft acknowledged that some Windows 10 Home users may not see the change in download progress.
The build is not available in Windows Update
Many Windows 10 Insiders reported that their system is not picking up the update. Fortunately, another Windows 10 user explained why this happens:
Beware that if you use the “Reset Windows Update Agent” tool, option #11 named “Deletes any incorrect registry values” changes your Insider Ring to “Custom” and that prevents the update from coming in. Make sure to change your Ring to Fast or Skip Ahead before attempting the update. Applies to both architectures. YMMV
The user also pointed out that this issue forces the Windows update process to chew up excessive CPU.
Long installation hours
The update process went smoothly for many users. However, some Insiders reported they had to wait for long hours to update their systems.
After 1 hour I noticed it had bounced back to GTR. Left the desktop updating overnight. Restart was waiting this morning. Nearly 30 mins offline time, but restart worked normally.
Device Security/Memory Integrity startup bug
Another Insider experience issues while starting Device Security/Memory Integrity and reported it on Windows forum.
Wrong disk type bug
Some previous builds introduced a bug in Task Manager’s performance tab. According to Windows 10 users, all disk types are listed as HDDs. Unfortunately, this issue still exists in the recent build.
Have you tested Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18922? Comment down below if you experienced other issues after installing this build.
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