I think it will better to use a windows 10 installation media instead of downloading each time, at least it will be quickly and maybe it will give you an error on upgrading. Download and run this tool: instead of upgrading, choose to create a bootable USB media (you need a 16GB USB flash drive), once created, reboot your Switch10, press F12 and choose the USB flash drive and from windows installation options, choose to upgrade. You can also run, setup.exe from the USB flash drive and follow instructions. Before doing a clean install, i suggest you to create an Acer erecovery media, this to restore to factory default your Switch. You will need a 16GB USB flash drive. Press windows logo key + s, type acer recovery, run it and follow instructions to create a recovery media. Once done, power off your Switch, plug the USB flash drive with the windows 10 installation media you created, boot from the USB flash drive, once at the screen to choose to update or do a custom install; choose custom install, on the next screen your will see your SSD with some partitions listed.
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Click each partition and choose to erase it, once you will have a single raw entry (unallocated sace), click it and choose to go to next step, windows 10 will start the installation process. I agree that installing from boot media is usually the best way to do it. I tried to do it on my Switch 10. I created a wiindows 10 install flash drive.
I tested it on another computer. It works, boots up, goes to win 10 installation. If I insert the USB disk on the Switch 10, either directly in the tablet (with OTG adapter) or in the slot in the keyboard, in Windows 8, I can read the disk fine. However, I am totally unable to boot with the disk. I am technically proficient, and tried every possible change in the BIOS (UEFI) settings (and installed the newest BIOS).
When I boot up from USB I end up getting the error message: 'system doesn't have any USB boot options', then it goes to Boot Option Menu, which only has one choice 'Windows Boot Manager', which boots up Win 8.1 from the internal SSD. I have tried both mentioned USB ports, and all possible settings in the BIOS (including disabling secure boot, and disabling FTPM). Have others here actually been able to boot their Switch 10s from USB? (Only respond if you have actually done it with a Switch 10, not a different laptop. I can do it on other laptops, only having this problem with the Switch 10.) If yes, how. If no, is Acer going to fix this problem soon.
All laptops (including convertibles) should be able to boot from external media.
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