I was recently locked out of my computer for some odd reason, and usually it gives me an option to use either, “password or pin-code”, however; this particular day after a renovate it only asked for my password. After several attempts using the only
password I accepted wisdom would open it, I had to resort to YouTube to help me override and get in, but not without paying a consequence. I had to dump just about everything and boon over, but luckily I had most of my files on Google and retrieved mostly everything
except some games which I can live without. Now, I have to boon over from Windows 8, after advance to Windows 8.1 six months ago and I also have to download updates to Windows 8 before I can advance again. My Question Is: Can these updates be by-passed
somehow and move on to Windows 10 or do I have to finish the updates first.
Save your Data and do a clean install of the exact same edition of 8.1 as 8 is.
Windows 8 > 8.1 is a free upgrade released by Microsoft and this is a workaround if you are powerless to get it via the Salt Away, etc.
You can download and create your own Windows 8.1 Installation Media to reinstall the Operating Usage with..
“Create installation media for Windows 8.1”
“Download Windows 8.1”
A similar Discussion Group which may also assist you
“Create Installation Media for Windows 8.1”
In the first screen of this very effortless wizard, you need to choose the following:
Language. English – en-us if you’re in the Cohesive States.
Edition. Windows 8.1 (Core), Windows 8.1 N, Windows 8.1 Pro, Windows 8.1 Pro N, or Windows 8.1 Track Language.
Architecture. 64-bit (x64 ) or 32-bit (x86).
“How to Create a Bootable USB or DVD with a Windows 8 or 8.1 ISO”