In many cases, it is the resources (lack thereof) that cause updates to fail.
If you have installation media, insert it and start the upgrade fhom there (actually, Setup.exe should start up automatically). This way, you upgrade without losing anything - and avoid resource issues.
I don't know if this is the actual reason for yoyr problem, but worth a try...
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Thanks for taking the time! I suspect this is an OEM issue, more than anything else: the laptop manufacturer probably opted for Windows 10 Home 32-bit for licensing reasons, and doesn't allow any other version of Windows to be installed on the hardware.
I have no valid proof of that, but it would make sense, given the low price tag and fairly modest specs.
Thanks anyway! Y'all have a good weekend!