I have a Toshiba Satellite (CL45-C4330) that I got about five years ago as a gift. It is a very low spec laptop (2GB ram, 32GB storage, Intel Celeron, 32-bit version of Windows, etc) and ever since I got it I have had a massive problem with updating windows. Simply put: not enough storage. Even after factory resetting the laptop and deleting as much bloatware as I could find, I still don't have enough storage to update. The installer recommends inserting external storage of at least 15GB. I have a 32GB memory card attached to the laptop but that still doesn't help. Because of this I am unable to update windows and I am stuck on version 1511 (the November 2015 release). Before anyone asks, I have tried opening up the laptop to see if I could put in a hard drive but no look. The 32GB of storage is eMMC memory and there is no sata port (or m.2 port) for a hard drive. Enough of the backstory; here's my question. Would reinstalling windows (either by using an installation disk on a thumbdrive or just formatting the laptop and reinstalling through an installation media) solve this problem? I don't care if everything gets wiped off the laptop as long as I can get it updated. Thanks in advance.