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Jun/16

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Cannot upgrade Windows 10 Home to Pro edition

We couldn’t upgrade your edition

Try upgrading your edition of Windows again or contact your your system administrator or Microsoft. Error code: 0x0

When you arrive on this post, you might have been frustrated with above error message when upgrading Windows 10 Home edition to Pro edition. Without too much talking, here is the solution:

UNINSTALL YOUR ANTIVIRUS PROGRAM

Yes, it’s. Whatever your antivirus program, uninstall it first before entering Pro edition key for the upgrade.

In my case, my Asus ROG GL502VT came with McAfee LiveSafe. It had successfully destroyed my day until I realized that it’s the cause of the issue.

You can reinstall your Antivirus program again after the edition upgrade completed successfully.

upgrade-error

 

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After long wait, at last Windows Live Essentials 2011 reaches its RTM. There are 2 installer versions we can use:

Today I had chance to install it. Everything else went smooth but I got msnmgr.exe error when I was ‘first time’ starting the Windows Live Messenger.

The error says The program can’t start because wldlog.dll is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix problem.

The error message was only thrown once. But after that every time I tried to login to Messenger it threw error 80040154. The solution link that leads to msxml3.dll fix didn’t help at all for this version nor reinstalling the Windows Live Messenger.

After long day of research, at last I got the solution. It seems the new Windows Live has grouped the wldcore.dll and wldlog.dll (used by Messenger, Contacts and Mail) to a folder c:\Program Files\Windows Live\Shared

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Maybe because I did upgrade install it screwed up things.

The solution was simply copy paste those 2 files wldcore.dll and wldlog.dll from c:\Program Files\Windows Live\Shared to

  • c:\Program Files\Windows Live\Messenger
  • c:\Program Files\Windows Live\Contacts
  • c:\Program Files\Windows Live\Mail

Now I can login to Windows Live Messenger and enjoy the whole Windows Live Essentials 2011 products.

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Been 2 days I couldn’t check my files in and the SharePoint Designer keeps throwing below error on every Check In.

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At last I found a fix on it.

The error was because I opened a Site using it’s IP Address, for example:
http://192.168.11.22:3445/MySite

The solve is by opening that site using the Computer Name (in my case I’m working locally / LAN), for example:
http://MyServerName:3445/MySite

If you’re working on the internet site, I think the fix is the same. Use FQDN, for example:
http://www.MyDomain.com/MySite

Hope this help.

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