Fix: Windows 10 Error C1900101 - 0x20017

Originally published at: Fix: Windows 10 Error C1900101 - 0x20017

Microsoft announced its latest version of Windows, called Windows 10, a few months ago. Windows 10 comes with plenty of neat features, and the GUI has improved significantly. That’s the reason millions of Windows users started upgrading their OS to the latest version right after its release on July 29, 2015. Almost 67 million people…

The article I sent you have steps to download the official ISO, I didn’t mention in my comment to perform a clean install but if everything is good to go then that’s better.

Hi Muhammad,
The ISO files we have are stored on VMware Datastores and usually don’t fail.
Of course, the VM I have created with the Win Server 2022 ISO was “clean installation”.
I spoke with the internal customer and he agreed to at least have Windows Server 2019 upgrade, so I didn’t keep trying.

I think there is something wrong with your ISO file; where are you downloading the ISO file from? Try these official steps:How to Create Bootable USB Drive of Windows 10/11 using Rufus?

Did you solve it?

Have an Asus U43F and I do not have the option to turn off overclocking and there is no UEFI option on my system.

change it back to what it was.

mmm, changed my bios setting to use UEFI and now laptop will not boot up.