In the lastest Windows 10 Creators Update (build 1703) installation on these machines fails.
If your 2-in-1 is affected, you'll see a message appear saying "Windows 10 is no longer supported on this PC.
The symptom: went attempting to run windows update it says "searching for updates". Did the "clear the cache" fix, (stopped BITS and windows update services, deleted Software Distribution folder, then restarted), no change 2.
It never stops "searching for updates" until I close or end the program. Attempted to install updates manually, it hangs on "searching for updates on this computer". Even when trying to install the system update readiness tool does not work. Thank you I decided to start over, even installed a new, factory fresh hard drive (I have planned to do this in the future and thought this would be a good time to do it).
I'm in the UK though, so it may be different for you.
Turn off the two Windows Update services and then try to delete the files again.
But there are occasions when it needs a helping hand.
Perhaps it's downloaded half of the update before deciding it doesn't want to stay connected to the server.
Next, you’ll need to delete the files in C:\Windows\Software Distribution.
Go to the appropriate folder, select all of the files and press Delete. The following fix is available on numerous forums and websites, and one of our kind readers brought our attention to it with a comment below.