11-28-2015 08:17 AM
Contact support and tell them you need the Beta tool called Windows 10 cleanup. They will email you the link.
I had the same exact issue and had already deleted my Windows.old folder. This tool worked for me.
When you run it, the command window flashed the screen for a second, then it is done. You should be able to run the ExpressCache installer with success.
12-11-2015 01:22 PM - edited 12-11-2015 01:22 PM
Install appears to have succeeded after using the beta removal package for Windows 10. One problem solved. Now, ExpressCache does this every single time on boot up. Grrrr. I have removed it, rebooted, re-installed it and every single time it says it successfully installed but no joy.
05-18-2016 09:33 AM
I am running Windows 10 x64, I never had ExpressCache 220.127.116.11 runned before.