Windows 10 v1903 update stuck at OEM logo

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Despite the fact that Windows 10 May update has been officially released some time ago, there are still problems with the update process.

As you know already, the v1903 update had its fair share of bugs, problems, and BSOD errors, but the most annoying issues are related to the installation process.

It seems that now, when trying to upgrade from v1809 to v1903, Windows gets stuck at the OEM logo with the error 0xc1900101. Here’s how one user describes the problem: 

I’m currently running Windows 10 1809 and trying to update to version 1903, but it always failed and got stuck on Acer logo, every single time. The only way I can got past the OEM logo is I forcefully turning off my PC and then turned on back so the rollback process can be started. On the update history it says 0xc1900101 error.

It’s not the first time that this happens after an update. Let’s not forget that Microsoft blocked the update for many because of similar problems.

But if you got the same error, you’ll be happy to know that we’ve already dealt with it. Check out this dedicated guide to learn how you can get rid of error 0xc1900101.

Updating all the drivers, using the updater tool, or running a sfc scan has no effect. If you’re on the same boat and can’t install v1903 update on your PC, try a clean install.

This solution is not confirmed, but it might work for you.

What other issues have you encountered with the Windows 10 v1903 update? Leave your answer along with any other questions in the comments section below.


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