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3. Perform a Clean boot
- Press Windows Key + R, type msconfig and then click OK.
- Navigate to Services, check Hide all Microsoft services, and click the Disable all button.
- Head over to the Startup tab and click Open Task Manager.
- Right-click the first entry, select Disable, repeat this step, and be sure to disable all startup applications.
- After disabling all applications, go back to the System Configuration window.
- Click Apply and OK to save changes.
- Restart your PC.
Once your PC restarts, check if the problem is still there. If the issue doesn’t appear, it means that one of the disabled applications was causing the problem.
Once you upgrade Windows, be sure to enable all startup applications and services that you’ve previously disabled.
Sometimes you won’t be able to upgrade to the latest version of Windows due to third-party applications.
Many applications tend to start automatically with your PC, and sometimes these applications can lead to various issues.
To fix the problem, it’s advised to perform a Clean boot and disable all startup applications.
4. Disconnect your PC from the Internet
According to users, sometimes your Internet connection can cause this problem to appear.
If you’re trying to upgrade from an ISO file, we advise you to disconnect your PC from the Internet and try to upgrade again.
If you’re downloading the update via Windows Update, we suggest that you wait until the update is 100% downloaded and then try to install it.
This is just a simple trick, but few users reported that it worked for them, so feel free to try it out.
5. Disconnect additional USB devices
If you keep getting The language or edition of the version of Windows is not supported message while trying to upgrade Windows, perhaps the problem is related to your USB devices.
Sometimes other USB devices can interfere with Windows installation and cause unplanned problems to appear.
To fix the problem, it’s advised that you disconnect all unnecessary USB devices from your PC. This includes external hard drives, controllers, flash drives and other devices that aren’t essential.
Basically, you can just leave your keyboard and mouse connected.
After removing unnecessary USB devices, try to upgrade again and check if the problem is still there.
6. Perform SFC and DISM scans
Sometimes you might get The language or edition of the version of Windows is not supported message due to file corruption issues. File corruption can occur for various reasons, and one way to fix it is to run an SFC scan.
This is fairly simple to do, and you can do it by following these steps:
- Open Command Prompt as administrator by pressing Windows key + X and choosing Command Prompt (Admin) from the list.
- Type sfc /scannow and run it.
- The scan will now start.
Bear in mind that this process usually takes about 10-15 minutes. Since this scan is repairing your system, it’s highly advised that you leave your PC and let the scan finish.
After the SFC scan is finished, you need to check if the problem is still there. If you weren’t able to run SFC scan or if it was unsuccessful, you need to perform a DISM scan by doing the following:
- Start Command Prompt as an administrator.
- Now run the DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth command.
- Wait for the scan to complete.
This scan usually takes about 20 minutes, sometimes more, so don’t interfere with it.
An alternative to the first step is to use PowerShell (Admin) if Command Prompt isn’t available.
Once the scan is finished, check if the problem is still there. If you’re weren’t able to run SFC scan before, try running it after DISM scan and check if that helps.
7. Reset Windows Update components
- Start Command Prompt as an administrator.
- Now run the following commands:
net stop wuauserv
net stop cryptSvc
net stop bits
net stop msiserver
ren C:WindowsSoftwareDistribution SoftwareDistribution.old
ren C:WindowsSystem32catroot2 Catroot2.old
net start wuauserv
net start cryptSvc
net start bits
net start msiserver
After running all these commands, restart your PC and check if the problem is still there.
If you want to speed this process up and you don’t want to run the commands manually, you can always create a Windows Update reset script and use it to quickly reset the problematic components.
If you’re getting The language or edition of the version of Windows is not supported error, perhaps the issue is related to Windows Update components.
To fix the problem users are suggesting to restart these components. This is fairly simple, and all is explained in this solution.
The language or edition of the version of Windows is not supported error can be problematic. We hope that you managed to fix it using one of our solutions.
This post was written by Milan Stanojevic and was first posted to WindowsReport