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  1. Hi, I have a 1TB Toshiba DTP110 USB 3.0 hard Drive connected to my HP ProBook 450 G4 Notebook with Windows 10 Pro (Version 1607, Build 14393.1884) and everything was working until recently I couldn't access the drive. It showed as F: drive but was no longer labelled as TOSHIBA as before. Initially I thought the drive is busted but it worked in a Dell laptop. Found out that the culprit was a Windows Update KB4051033. After uninstalling the update the drive presented and worked fine again. I opted out of future updates but of course Windows keeps nagging to download and install updates. Yesterday I allowed KB4053579 to install and here we go again, USB drive not working. Uninstalled the update and it works fine again. Just wondering if anyone else has experienced issues with USB as apparently Microsoft addressed some USB issues in KB4051033 and I believe they included this in the recent KB4053579. I did try to update the driver but it says it already is the most recent one. Any help would be appreciated.
  2. Users attempting to create bootable media using the Media Creation Tool, might encounter error message: 0xC18000116 - 0xA0019. Not much information is given as to why this error is happening, but a Microsoft employee on the Microsoft Community, disclosed, the software firm recently refreshed the Windows 10 ISO media; making it a bit larger than 4.7 Gbs. Users will now have to use either a 8 GB thumb drive or a dual layer DVD to make a bootable copy. If you download a combination of architectures 32 and 64 bit, along Home and Pro editions, you might need a USB media with 16 GBs of storage. Microsoft has made some changes to how it also distributes ISO files for Windows 10. Computers running Windows 7 or later will no longer be able to download a Windows 10 ISO file directly. You can learn more about the changes here.
  3. I am trying to install the newest version of the windows 10 Insider Preview with a USB but it comes up with the error that is in the title and I have tried most of the things I've seen on the internet and none of it has worked so can I please have some help Things I have tried DISKPART commands Formatting the HDD Adding another partition