Hi all, My wife has a near new HP Laptop with Ryzen 4000 series processor, 16gb memory, and plenty of space on the 512gb SSD. I tried downloading Windows 11 from the windows download site using the installer, the same way I successfully did on my desktop. The installer went through it's steps, saying the laptop was consistent with Windows 11, then downloaded, then started to install. Before I started, I turned off the protection settings for Malwarebytes, and Advanced System Care Ultimate just in case. So the installation went to 70% before stopping, then saying 'Oops something went wrong' and asking me to either use the 'try again' button, or cancel and contact Microsoft for help. I don't understand this because mainly, Microsoft offer no reason through the installer, as to why there was an issue. Also, my desktop is not as powerful as my wife's laptop, and it is at least 18 months older, yet there were no issues with my updating. I did read something that said there had been some issues with AMD processors, does anyone think this could be the issue? I downloaded Microsoft Office 2021 for myself, and it installed fine. After cancelling the Windows 11 update on my wife's laptop, I then installed Microsoft Office 2021 on her laptop again, with no issues at all! Weird.