Hi all, So I had everything ready to install the W10 1803 update. I'd freed enough space and reserved some on an external drive. I was gonna do the update 'headless', meaning without a screen hooked up. I was using TeamViewer. I knew from updating my desktop (which updated flawlessly) that the pc would reboot a few times and end up back in Windows, with several prompts that ask you to set several privacy variables. I'd try to BS my way through those by hooking up a KB, pressing enter a few times, hoping to end up in W10 proper, where TeamViewer would load and I would take it from there. Didn't work. The Enters didn't result in TeamViewer loading, which I could see from my desktop. Hooking up a screen gave no picture. I even waited 15 minutes for that. So I shut down the Minix manually, started it up again and Windows told me it was rolling back the update. Fine, I thought. I'd just give it another go, non-headless this time. Only problem was that the attempted update had left so much clutter on the drive that I couldn't meet the free space requirements for a 2nd time. Deleting the hidden upgrade folders in the root drive and wiping SoftwareDistribution didn't help either. Pruned a lot of other stuff as well, to no avail. I ended up doing a complete reset of W10. Now, with as much free space as I can muster, I'm giving it a 2nd try. It's in the rebooting process now, so I expect it to work. 32GB drives are large enough to store Windows 10 on, but the larger updates MS publishes are a complete pain in the ass to install with so little space. This would be impossible for an average user to do. In the meantime I found one workaround here: https://www.askwoody.com/2018/patch-lady-finally-got-an-hp-envy-8-note-5000-upgraded/ though I haven't tried it myself as of now. Share your stories and, hopefully, solutions here!