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Understanding deployment and upgrade logs

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Can someone help me find the resources to really understand  Windows upgrade logs? What I find on Technet starts off pretty good, with an explanation of error codes and "some" resolution procedures , but in the end it's not detailed enough to do error-digging. 

 

I am looking for an error code like

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0x80070005-0x5000F

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0x8 is a Win32 error

7 is the device

0005 is Access denied 

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0x5  is SP_EXECUTION_UNINSTALL

0F is SP_EXECUTION_OP_ADD_UNATTEND

 

Especially that last part: what is it about? And what are these procedures below trying to access? Boot sector?

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2019-01-03 09:24:21, Error                 SP     CSetupPlatform::SuspendAndRelease: Error creating the Setup Platform key. Error: 0x80070005

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2 Replies
best response confirmed by pfschel (New Contributor)
Solution

SetupDiag can be helpful parsing the upgrade log files. Sometimes there are multiple errors. As for this specific error I would guess a weird disk layout, or having rerouted users or program files to a different disk and/or partition.

 

/ Johan

I think you could be right with the disk layout. I had three partitions on the old SSD, two legacy from the old system.  Setupdiag I tried before, but it gave no usable information

However, I got tired of trying, so I did a clean install of windows, and applied some of the backed up stuff I had. Only few things I had to rebuild.  Everything is working again, flawless. 

 

thanks for the reply anyway.

 

note to self : create new backup 

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