10-18-2017 04:45 PM - edited 10-18-2017 05:01 PM
Tried to upgrade from Windows Update as well as using the Media Creator Tool by downloading from the Microsoft website, neither of them works. In the end, I got an error code "0xC1900101 - 0x20017", and a message "The installation failed in the SAFE_OS phase with an error during BOOT operation." I have every driver and OS software updated to-date. I do have Ubuntu installed as a dual-boot OS and Macrium Reflect configured as a recovery software from the boot, which might have caused the problem. I encountered this issue a while ago with the Spring Creator Update (see here), and I fixed it by deleting the Ubuntu booting partition, which I definitely want to avoid!
I searched on Google, similar issued happened for HP laptops and was related to the BIOS driver. Does anyone know if this issue is related to the Thinkpad BIOS setting or something we have to wait for Lenovo to fix? Any solution to this issue? Thanks.
10-18-2017 06:42 PM
The P50 is one of the devices listed as tested with the update.
It seems likely that the problem is related to tour Ubuntu boot partition
10-19-2017 11:24 AM - edited 10-19-2017 01:23 PM
Ok, I managed to installed the Fall Creator Update but found Windows 10 forced the OS installing the latest drivers for the Intel 530 and NVidia drivers. This results in the sleeping/wakeup issue due to the buggy Intel graphics driver. See this post. I cannot even roll back because all previous drivers have been removed from the update.
So, people who want to do the FCU update, please be aware of this issue. Or, Lenovo stuff should let us know how they have tested P50 is compatible with the FCU update. This issue has been reported to Intel. As stated by Intel people, this issue cannot be fixed solely from Intel driver. We may also need a BIOS update on the motherboard to resolve it.