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Microsoft delivers first cumulative Windows 10 update

Q: Microsoft delivers first cumulative Windows 10 update

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Microsoft is rolling out the first cumulative package of non-security-focused updates and fixes for Windows 10 one week after the company began making available to users the release-to-manufacturing (RTM) version of the operating system.

Referred to by some company watchers as "Service Release 1," the actual update package is officially known as KB3081424. (Thanks to The Verge's Tom Warren for a pointer to the KB.)

There's not a lot of information so far about what's in today's update, which Microsoft is delivering via Windows Update. The KB page says the following:"This update includes non-security-related changes to enhance the functionality of Windows 10 through new features and improvements.Windows 10 updates are cumulative. Therefore, this package contains all previously-released fixes (see KB 3074683). If you have installed previous updates, only the new fixes that are contained in this package will be downloaded and installed to your computer."





Microsoft delivers first cumulative Windows 10 update | ZDNet

A: Microsoft delivers first cumulative Windows 10 update

Microsoft Delivers Windows 10 SR1


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I know what you?re thinking. SR1? Seriously? But it?s true: just a week after the initial release of Windows 10, Microsoft has delivered the first major update to its latest OS. Dubbed Service Release 1 (SR1) internally, this cumulative update for Windows 10 provides no new features but does offer a ton of small fixes.

?This update includes non?security-related changes to enhance the functionality of Windows 10 through new features and improvements, the Knowledge Base article for this update blandly notes. ?Windows 10 updates are cumulative. Therefore, this package contains all previously-released fixes (see KB 3074683). If you have installed previous updates, only the new fixes that are contained in this package will be downloaded and installed to your computer.?




https://www.thurrott.com/windows/win...windows-10-sr1

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Less than a week after Microsoft released the first cumulative update to Windows 10, they have pushed out another cumulative release via Windows Update. At this time, it is not known what this release includes - but many users will be hoping that it contains a fix for issues that were causing some machines to enter a reboot loop while trying to install the first update.

This particular update is KB3081436 and you can find the support page here and the update log is posted below.Click to expand...

Read more: http://www.neowin.net/news/microsoft-rolls-out-second-cumulative-update-for-windows-10
 

A:Microsoft rolls out second cumulative update for Windows 10

aye, just got this one, been out all day ... no idea what it fixes, or breaks, yet ... may try and reinstall Skype to see if it's fixed. Then again I may not.
 

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Microsoft has just rolled out a new cumulative update for PCs running Windows 10 preview builds, so if you?re not part of the Insider program, you?re not going to see it.

What?s odd with this update is that it takes the version number to Windows 10 14393.82, which the exact same version that another cumulative update released by the company earlier this week brought. In fact, Microsoft even says that if you have the old update running on your computer, you?re not going to see the new one, which is kind of weird, given the fact that it also includes an exclusive change.

Microsoft explains that this new update brings the same fixes as the previous one, with just one exception, but because you can?t see it, you?re not going be able to get this improvement - the chances are that it?ll be part of another cumulative update planned for the next weeks, so you should receive it anyway at some point in the near future.

?We have released Cumulative Update (KB3176934) to Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14393 on PCs which will bring the build number to 14393.82. This Cumulative Update includes the same fixes as KB3176932 but with an additional fix: Improved download size optimization of updates,? Microsoft explains.

Could be released to retail users soon

What?s also interesting is that these cumulative updates are currently available for insiders only, so retailer users are very likely to get them in the coming weeks when all the testing is completed.

Windows 10... Read more

A:Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB3176934

Installed great again. Win 10 AU is love Win 10 AU is life.
 

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Basically, this cumulative update, labeled as KB3105213, includes security fixes specifically aimed at Windows 10 or other OS components, such as Microsoft Edge, which got its very own share of patches this month.

Here?s what?s included in the update, as explained by Microsoft:



3105256 MS15-122: Security update for Kerberos to address security feature bypass: November 10, 2015
3104521 MS15-119: Security update in TDX.sys to address elevation of privilege: November 10, 2015
3104507 MS15-118: Security updates in the .NET Framework to address elevation of privilege: November 10, 2015
3105864 MS15-115: Security update for Windows to address remote code execution: November 10, 2015
3104519 MS15-113: Cumulative security update for Microsoft Edge: November 10, 2015
3104517 MS15-112: Cumulative security update for Internet Explorer: November 10, 2015Click to expand...

Source: Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB3105213
 

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Microsoft officials say the latest Windows 10 cumulative update fixes problems some users were having with Windows Store. What else is in it? We have no idea.
 
The newest cumulative update is KB3081438. The Microsoft Support page says nothing about the specific features and fixes that are new to this update beyond "This update includes improvements to enhance the functionality of Windows 10."
 

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A:Microsoft's third Windows 10 cumulative update said to fix Store issues

"This update includes improvements to enhance the functionality"
Any update with a vague description like that should be considered suspicious. If I were offered an update worded like that for my windows 8.1 machine I would definitely refuse it, if they won't say what it is for it is either not important or not pleasant. Remember that this is the sort of language which was the wording used for the KB page of kb3035583 when it was first released (it's page has been updated since to give a more accurate description of what it does, but when that update first came out it's page was all vague like that).

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A week after rolling out its seventh developer preview of Internet Explorer (IE) 9, Microsoft has gone back and delivered an update for the beta of IE 9, the first full beta of Microsoft?s next-gen browser which the company delivered in mid-September.

I, for one, am happy to see the beta update since the developer previews don?t include the full browser interface, making them less useful for those of us who are interested in test-driving IE 9 in real-world situations (rather than to test the boundaries of Microsoft?s support for HTML 5 and other standards).

Microsoft has marked the IE 9 beta update as ?recommended? via Windows Update. The new build includes stability and reliability fixes, but ?is not a new Internet Explorer 9 Beta build,? according to a November 23 post to the company?s IE Blog. Microsoft also has delivered a separate but related IE 9 beta update that ?resolves issues between the IE 9 send feedback feature on 64-bit machines with Windows-Live-Essentials 11.?

Users who have enabled automatic updating will get the Beta updates automatically; those who have not will need to manually download and install them.


Microsoft delivers beta update for Internet Explorer 9 | ZDNet

A:Microsoft delivers beta update for Internet Explorer 9

  
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A week after rolling out its seventh developer preview of Internet Explorer (IE) 9, Microsoft has gone back and delivered an update for the beta of IE 9, the first full beta of Microsoft’s next-gen browser which the company delivered in mid-September.

I, for one, am happy to see the beta update since the developer previews don’t include the full browser interface, making them less useful for those of us who are interested in test-driving IE 9 in real-world situations (rather than to test the boundaries of Microsoft’s support for HTML 5 and other standards).

Microsoft has marked the IE 9 beta update as “recommended” via Windows Update. The new build includes stability and reliability fixes, but “is not a new Internet Explorer 9 Beta build,” according to a November 23 post to the company’s IE Blog. Microsoft also has delivered a separate but related IE 9 beta update that “resolves issues between the IE 9 send feedback feature on 64-bit machines with Windows-Live-Essentials 11.”

Users who have enabled automatic updating will get the Beta updates automatically; those who have not will need to manually download and install them.


Microsoft delivers beta update for Internet Explorer 9 | ZDNet


is recomended before install other new beta , first uninstall currently beta or this dont import... Read more

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http://news.softpedia.com/news/micr...te-kb3194496-installation-issues-508844.shtml

Microsoft rolled out a new Windows 10 cumulative update for PCs running version 1607 (Anniversary Update), and just as we reported yesterday, there were plenty of users who experienced installation issues.

In a post on the firm?s Community forums, Microsoft engineers confirm the installation problems and explain that the team is already investigating and developing a fix.

?Investigating?
There are no details as to when exactly this new cumulative update fix could be released, but it?s worth noting that Microsoft itself says that there?s no point in trying to install this cumulative update because it?ll keep failing anyway.

?Teams have dug into this issue and do believe the cause has been identified. The correct team is developing a fix/workaround and once we have the full details, we'll be posting that information. For your affected machines, there's no need to keep attempting the install. It'll keep failing. In the mean time, hold tight! We're all over this and will keep sharing information along the way,? Microsoft says.

Several company engineers have already joined the discussion thread on the Community forums, asking for more details on the problem, so it?s very clear that the firm is actively investigating the problem.

What?s more frustrating, however, is that this cumulative update actually experienced the exact same issues when being tested ... Read more

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From Softpedia

Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 cumulative update for systems running the Anniversary Update (1607), but the company hasn?t provided any release notes, so it?s hard to tell what exactly it?s improving.

Windows 10 cumulative update KB3199209 is now available for download via Windows Update, and Microsoft isn?t saying a single thing about it, even though interest in such updates has been fairly big lately. There?s no KB page just yet, and the Windows 10 update history page hasn?t received an update, so there?s absolutely no info on it.

But even so, users are strongly recommended to download and install this new cumulative update, and until now, there are no reports of failed installs or any other issues experienced after deploying it. But as always, it could take a while until more users get to install it, so we?ll be keeping an eye out on reports to see if there?s something wrong with it.

Botched cumulative updates
The latest cumulative updates released by Microsoft have caused problems on quite a lot of computers, and in most of the cases, they failed to install with error messages that said almost nothing about what went wrong. Microsoft investigated all these complaints and released fixes, but even so, there are users who?re still unable to install cumulative updates.

In the case of KB3199209, Microsoft might be trying to fix issues that users have been reporting with previous cumulative updates, as the download size is quit... Read more

A:Microsoft Releases Cumulative Update KB3199209

They can't say what it's effecting, most likely I will skip it till they open up.
Cool share Bora
 

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Fully one month after its previous release, Microsoft has finally provided a refreshed new build of Windows 10 Mobile to Windows Insiders on the Fast ring. But build 10549 offers yet another complexity for testers to wrestle with: With this build, you have to upgrade from Windows Phone 8.1. That means wiping out any phones that are already using previous Insider Preview builds.

Yep. That?s the sound you hear. wa-waa-waaahhhh.

Why this draconian step? According to Microsoft, which it discovered a bug late last night?yep, last night?that caused phones upgrading from build 10536 to get stuck at a black screen after the new build is installed. So rather than make you wait even longer, Microsoft decided to release this build as a single update from Windows Phone 8.1 only.

The good news: If you decide to stick with build 10536, you can just wait a bit?hey, what?s a month between friends??and upgrade to the next Fast Ring build instead.

?We know having to go back to Windows Phone 8.1 to get this new build is a bit of work,? Microsoft explains. ?By doing so you are also helping us test the upgrade path that millions of Windows Phone 8.1 customers will take to upgrade to Windows 10 Mobile, so we appreciate the adventurous Insiders who choose to go this route and give us feedback.?

LOL. Whatever.

Here?s what?s new in this build:

Cortana improvements. Cortana now works for users in Japan and for English speakers in Australia and Canada. You can find out more here.
... Read more

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http://news.softpedia.com/news/micr...-8-1-will-get-cumulative-updates-509130.shtml

Microsoft will make substantial changes to the way it delivers updates to Windows 7 and 8.1 computers tomorrow when it starts the rollout of this month?s Patch Tuesday, switching to a new servicing model that?s inspired by Windows 10.

Specifically, Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 will start getting rollup updates every month, which are supposed to make it easier for users and IT admins to install them on Patch Tuesdays.

Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 computers will get a security-only quality update every month, and this will be published as ?Security Update? with a unique KB number. Additionally, there?ll be a security monthly quality rollup which is more of a monthly rollup containing all security fixes needed to bring a computer fully up to date.

?This will be published to Windows Update (where all consumer PCs will install it), WSUS, and the Windows Update Catalog. The initial monthly rollup released in October will only have new security updates from October, as well as the non-security updates from September,? Microsoft says.



Non-security fixes
And last but not least, there?ll be a third update that will include non-security fixes and which will be rolled on the third Tuesday of the month ? this means that you?ll get it a week after Patch Tuesday.

?An additional monthly rollup containing a preview of new non-security fixes that will be included in the next mo... Read more

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How do I reset the cumulative score on Windows 8 Microsoft games, specifically Spider?

A:Reset cumulative score on Windows 8 Microsoft games

Microsoft Solitaire Collection is a combination of card games and it does not have a Common reset option for all the games. Therefore, I'm afraid it cannot be reset.Niki Han
TechNet Community Support

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Hi All

Opened WIndows update today to check something, and it found KB3172985 and one Defender definitons update, but I installed the KB one on Tuesday, and restarted then, it was in successfully so why a second time?, says NO restart this time, and successfully installed

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The KB3081424 have been rolled out today for Windows 10, and it's a Cumulative Update. It'll update a lot of files that are coming out in users' SFC and DISM scans as corrupted. Installing it could fix these files, so I suggest you to install it.Cumulative Update for Windows 10: August 5, 2015This update includes nonsecurity-related changes to enhance the functionality of Windows 10 through new features and improvements.Windows 10 updates are cumulative. Therefore, this package contains all previously-released fixes (see KB 3074683). If you have installed previous updates, only the new fixes that are contained in this package will be downloaded and installed to your computer.

A:[Update] Cumulative Update for Windows 10: KB3081424

Check your settings.  There are a lot of new settings in every category.  I only went through System and Privacy, so far.  Am taking a break now.  This stuff makes my eyes glaze over with all the bizarre organization, so I can't even tell you what the changes are. 

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I'm hoping somebody might be able to advise me on an issue I'm having. I'm not the most techy so I'm hoping I can explain it accurately.

It seems to be (from what I have discovered) linked to the Windows 10 Cumulative Updates.

Issue 1 began on the 28/01/16 as soon as Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3124262) was installed

I noticed that there was now a delay of about 30-40 seconds between switching the laptop on and the Windows log in screen appearing. During this time is the annoying rotating circle.
Then once my username and password were entered, there was another longer delay (complete with rotating circle) before taking me to the desktop.

Issue 2 began a few days later when Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3135173) was installed. I no longer had access to the windows start menu (I had to right click) or the Action menu. Issue 1 also persisted.

I did some googling and discovered that these issues may be because of the updates themselves (not installing properly) and found the page for a manual download for (KB3135173)

I'm just wondering if I did the right thing. I uninstalled (manually) both the Cumulative and security Updates for (KB3124262) and (KB3135173) and manually reinstalled (KB3135173) .

I now have access to my Windows start bar and action centre again but the slow start up persists. I'm just hoping I did the right thing. Was it ok to uninstall both the Cumulative and Security upd... Read more

A:Windows 10 Cumulative update issues - can anyone help?

I should also add that when it finally does get to the desktop.....there is yet another delay and spinning small blue circle before apps are launched. (they finally all flicker) I don't even have that many of them. It really seems like the OS is delaying as it is doing something.....and all of this suddenly in the past two weeks.

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I'm hoping somebody might be able to advise me on an issue I'm having. I'm not the most techy so I'm hoping I can explain it accurately.

It seems to be (from what I have discovered) linked to the Windows 10 Cumulative Updates.

Issue 1 began on the 28/01/16 as soon as Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3124262) was installed

I noticed that there was now a delay of about 30-40 seconds between switching the laptop on and the Windows log in screen appearing. During this time is the annoying rotating circle.
Then once my username and password were entered, there was another longer delay (complete with rotating circle) before taking me to the desktop.

Issue 2 began a few days later when Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3135173) was installed. I no longer had access to the windows start menu (I had to right click) or the Action menu. Issue 1 also persisted.

I did some googling and discovered that these issues may be because of the updates themselves (not installing properly) and found the page for a manual download for (KB3135173)

I'm just wondering if I did the right thing. I uninstalled (manually) both the Cumulative and security Updates for (KB3124262) and (KB3135173) and manually reinstalled (KB3135173) .

I now have access to my Windows start bar and action centre again but the slow start up persists. I'm just hoping I did the right thing. Was it ok to uninstall both the Cumulative and Security upd... Read more

A:Windows 10 Cumulative update issues - can anyone help?

I should also add that when it finally does get to the desktop.....there is yet another delay and spinning small blue circle before apps are launched. (they finally all flicker) I don't even have that many of them. It really seems like the OS is delaying as it is doing something.....and all of this suddenly in the past two weeks.

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hi i try to update the my windows 10 desktop Pc and iam getting the 0x80070005 error on windows update .. Also i had some ms office 2013 updates succesfully installed how do i fix it ?

And iam runing the
Code:
@echo off
subinacl /subkeyreg HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE /grant=administrators=f /grant=system=f
subinacl /subkeyreg HKEY_CURRENT_USER /grant=administrators=f /grant=system=f
subinacl /subkeyreg HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT /grant=administrators=f /grant=system=f
subinacl /subdirectories %windir% /grant=administrators=f /grant=system=f
@Echo =========================
@Echo Finished.
@Echo =========================
@pause
which it updates the number of failed changes in the HKEY_Classes_Root is it normal ?

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Am unable install this large update. Have tried several posted fixes I.e registry fix to delete orphaned account(there wasn't one), install update standalone(didn't work), applying windows update fix(didn't work)
and also amending windows update service(didn't work).
It appears that quite a few people are having this problem and some of these remedies work and others don't. Anyone with the same problem and ideas how to fix?
 

A:Windows 10 cumulative update kb3081424 not installing

Should be a Non-problem now
 

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HiI have upgraded to Windows 10 and my Windows says that its activated. Now the problem is that there is a Cumulative Update KB3081424 that won't install. Its stuck at 0% (preparing to install update) and I have also tried the standalone update installer (manually installing the update) and it stays at initializing installation. I have searched around on the internet and many people have this issue but they seem to get stuck at 30% and mine doesn't even go past 0%.I have checked for the registry problem like most people mentioned and looked at the ProfileList and everything was in order.Please if you guys know anything I would appreciate that.Tek Ideas Unlimited

A:Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB3081424 not installing

Use this until they sort it out.How to temporarily prevent a Windows or driver update from reinstalling in Windows 10 https://support.microsoft.com/en-us...

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Hello,
I'm trying to install the latest Windows Update - Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3189866) - however it's stuck at 45%. Restart won't help. Did you had this issue?



Helpful article: Here's how to install balky Windows 10 cumulative patch KB 3189866

Here's how to install balky Windows 10 cumulative patch KB 318986

I'm seeing posts all over the web from folks trying to install the latest Windows 10 Anniversary Update (version 1607) cumulative update. KB 3189866 is supposed to bring Windows 10 AU to build 14393.187, but reports say the installer gets stuck at 45 percent, 48 percent, 95 percent, and various other points along the way.

The problem's widespread, and Microsoft has known about it since shortly after the patch dropped. Since it's a cumulative update, there's no easy solution.

Microsoft will certainly figure out what's blocking the patch, but in order to fix it the company will have to release a new cumulative update. Unless it can find a magic way to modify a released cumulative update, the only solution is a new cumulative update that absolves the sins of the original. That's one of the big problems with these massive, one-way "as a service" patches. It's also a totally predictable problem, as I've been saying for almost two years.

If you're faced with this issue, be of good cheer: There's an easy solution. Some suggest th... Read more

A:Cumulative Update KB3189866 for Windows 10 stuck at 45%

I had this issue but got it to install by manually downloading it myself!
 

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Failed to install,
I have tried several times , but each time msg appears
failed to update, and system undoes changes .
First time for me this
( several occasions over the years have led to me needing to
reinstall updates, but this one is pretty unforgiving )

I need a trick to start the whole process from scratch I think
but how?
Can't restore to a previous version as option no longer available

A:Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607

Originally Posted by smileye


Failed to install,
I have tried several times , but each time msg appears
failed to update, and system undoes changes .
First time for me this
( several occasions over the years have led to me needing to
reinstall updates, but this one is pretty unforgiving )

I need a trick to start the whole process from scratch I think
but how?
Can't restore to a previous version as option no longer available



I had that also with this update.
So here is what I did to get over it.
I restarted it then ran the Disc Clean Up app
Which cleared all traces from the Disc
Then let it download and install, which took some time
Then it installed to 30% then Restarted then finished at 100%
Which again sat there for some time then flashed up it had finished and now running all ok on all my systems
Hope that may hopefully help you with your problem
Let us know how you get on
The one thing I found with this one, you cant rush it

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You can read about it here and view its exhaustive list of updates.

http://betanews.com/2015/08/05/microsoft-update-for-windows-10/

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3081424

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A:Large Cumulative Update Released For Windows 10

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KB3176938 was downloaded and installed automatically today (restart required). It applies to Windows 10 Version 1607. This update includes improvements and fixes to enhance the functionality of Windows 10 Version 1607. Fixes and improvements:August 31, 2016 — KB3176938 (OS Build 14393.105)This update includes quality improvements. No new operating system features are being introduced in this update. Key changes include:    Improved reliability of Windows Ink Workspace, Microsoft Edge, File Server, Windows kernel, Microsoft Component Object Model (COM), Cluster Health Service, Hyper-V, multi-factor authentication (MFA), NTFS file system, PowerShell, Internet Explorer 11, facial recognition, graphics, Windows Store, and Windows Shell.    Improved performance related to purchasing Windows Store apps.    Improved battery life of wearable devices (such as the Microsoft Band) while Bluetooth is connected and idle.    Improved compatibility of using Xbox One controllers with various games.    Addressed issue with incorrect character mapping between Japanese and Unicode for the question mark.    Addressed issue that prevents the download and initialization of .NET objects in Internet Explorer 11.    Improved support of new near-field communication (NFC) chips for Windows 10 Mobile.    Addressed issue with game or app audio not resuming after ending a call on W... Read more

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I do not have a Lenovo -machine or mouse. It is a Logitech usb mouse M325
I knew I did not have anything Lenovo but there it was waiting to be installed.

The choice to upgrade drivers is turned on
Meanwhile my mouse went into poor response while in Adobe Lightroom which prompted me to investigate the logs.
Although it downloaded and installed the CBS.log indicates it didn't install. Searching results in no Lenovo. The name just remains in the list of updates installed.
I downloaded the current Logitech setpoint update 6.7 and the mouse returned to normal.
The questions are
.....Turn off upgrade drivers (and hope it sticks)?
.....how would this update download be refused?
.....If this record is in the list of installed updates will it encourage future inaccurate device info downloads?

A:Update delivers Lenovo Optical Mouse

Have a look at this tutorial :
Device Driver Automatic Installation - Turn On or Off in Windows 10

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Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB3197954 Fails to Install as Well

Windows 10 cumulative updates are certainly pretty helpful for the majority of users running Microsoft?s latest OS version, but at the same time, they are turning into sort of nightmare for others who can?t simply install them successfully.

Issues with Windows 10 cumulative updates have been around for a while, and Microsoft has tried to fix them on several occasions, but for some reason, they keep coming back pretty much in the same form.

KB3197954 makes no exception, and after being pushed to Windows 10 users last week, it appears that it fails to install on a number of machines due to a cause that?s yet to be determined.

More than just installation issues
Posts on Microsoft?s Community forums are pointing towards various problems experienced with cumulative update KB3197954, including system freezes, but in most of the cases, it?s the typical ?failing to install? issue that makes it impossible for some users to deploy the patch on their computers.

?Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3197954) keeps failing to install on my system. The install starts fine but while restarting claims the install has failed and reverts everything. Windows update history only tells me that the update ?failed to install,?? one user is reporting, adding that the error that he gets is ?Installation Failure: Windows failed to install the following update with error 0x800F... Read more

A:Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB3197954 Fails to Install as Well

Checked, not available in my area as of yet.
Valuable share Exterminator, thanks.
 

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Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3194496)

Three days ago my desktop tried to update 1607 3 times. Each time on reboot it says failed to update and reverts. Each day it tries again at shutdown.

Yesterday my second(son's) computer updated and all I could see was a black screen with a circle. Had to do a repair and it reverted back 2 two updates. Note, this computer does not have integrated graphics - so that fix process would not work.

Now the wife's computer wants to update but I am not restarting it - if hers goes down it will be hell in my household.

I looked on the web and don't see much about this update getting fixed by Microsoft. Any ideas what I should do? My main computer is asking to try again and it will just fail or worse - black screen. I told the family not to shutdown the wife's but I know at some point it will try to do the update on its own.

This is the worst mess we have ever had, but all I see are web pages about the anniversary update - not this one.

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Hi i have a windows 10 Desktop Pc and recently the update" Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3156421)" shows - Error 0x80070005

i done everything the internet told me , even deleting the softwaredistribution directory, trying to change permissions to registry folders based on some batch files , but in some keys it failed

I also noticed that a Ms Office 2010 update was successfully updated .. it the windows update broken ?



Also the dism , and sfc/scannow does not work it shows software protection does not work error....


Also the sfc/scannow works only in recovery.

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It is 2 days this try to install on Lenovo Z50 and it is not completed, when the computer restart for installing it is rollback the update, ((Cumulative Update for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB3081424)), also Windows Defender update are making problems not installed after Disable it ?

A:(Cumulative Update for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB3081424) no

The only thing I've seen on this so far is you might have users on your computer who no longer exist. Delete them and try updating again.

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IE 11 cumulative security update for Windows 7 fails to configure after reboot. It then reverts and restarts. Everything else appears to be operating normally. 
 
This is the only update that fails to configure. Install finishes without error, but it won't configure on the boot. 
 
Tried (not in this order):
   Removed IE 11 and added it back through WIndows update. 
   Reset Windows update components. 
   Downloaded and installed update specifically (KB2909921). 
   Ran the "Fix it" (it says it fixes a few things, but doesn't change the problem)
   Installed update with Trend Micro turned off
   *probably other things I can't recall, because I've been at it for too long. 
 
**I have limited time with this machine, because it is otherwise perfectly functional. 

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   on ipdating goes thro laborious process of trying to install then telling me it cant install then goung thro a time wasting uninstall process - for Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3198586). error code -given 0x800004005

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It's Patch Tuesday, and that means software updates for all. New cumulative updates are rolling out for Windows 10 PCs, tablets, and phones, bringing the build number to 10586.318.

It's available for everyone, including non-Insiders as well as Insiders that are using the Release Preview ring. This update skips over the last one - build 10586.240 for PCs and 10586.242 for Mobile - which shipped to the Release Preview ring, but never to Production.

As with most cumulative updates, there are no new features. Instead, the new build focuses on fixes and stability improvements.

Here's what's new in build 10586.318 for PCs:

Improved reliability in a number of areas including Cortana, Bluetooth, Shell, Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Edge, Miracast, and USB.
Fixed memory leak that occurs when opening a portable document format (PDF) form multiple times.
Fixed issues with text alignment for right to left languages in Internet Explorer 11 and Microsoft Edge.
Fixed issue that affected Bluetooth function when a PC resumes from sleep.
Fixed issue where user accounts weren't locked out after a number of failed sign in attempts.
Fixed issue with revised daylight saving time.
Fixed issue that sometimes corrupts CompactFlash cards inserted into a card reader.
Fixed issue that caused recorded video to be lost when answering an incoming call on some phones.
Fixed issue that could result in unexpected battery drain while the phone screen is off.
Fix... Read more

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Hi i have a windows 10 Desktop Pc and recently the update" Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3156421)" shows - Error 0x80070005

i done everything the internet told me , even deleting the softwaredistribution directory, trying to change permissions to registry folders based on some batch files , but in some keys it failed

I also noticed that a Ms Office 2010 update was successfully updated .. it the windows update broken ?



Also the dism , and sfc/scannow does not work it shows software protection does not work error....


Also the sfc/scannow works only in recovery.

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Did a quick google search but came out empty, where can I find a legitimate (I'm a Dreamspark Premium member) Windows 8 Pro Image with the Cumulative Patch already included in the .iso?

Thanks!

A:Windows 8 Pro Image with the Cumulative Update patch included?

What cumulative patch - did I miss something?

I haven't got win8 installed atm.

You can put the updates into your installation image easily enough - just pop the .msu files in with dism.

Win7 dism will do it fine.

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I contacted MS tech support Wednesday and the support tech was unable to resolve the issue after deleting my update logs and running some utility software. The case was escalated Yesterday, the level two tech indicated that some services were corrupted and just initiated a repair install. I just completed the repair install with all the updates and the issue is still not resolved. My update that keeps failing is also called cumulative security update for internet explorer 11 for windows 7 64-bit (KB3038314)

A:cumulative security update for internet explorer 11 for windows 7

As ThrashZone and Ex_Brit commented: hide them and be done with the annoyance.

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I know most people here are complaining about anniversary update 1607 but Im not able to even reach that, Update KB3176493 is causing me a huge headache, it installed and reversed install about 20 times now, I almost cant use the computer any more. Ive tried every possible guide and solution I could find, including applying the update from a full offline installer, nothing works.

I have a different laptop that had no problems at all with this particular update. Just for the sake of clarity the ONLY thing I changed in this Windows installation was changing the directory of user files, if that's whats causing it I would happily change it back.

A:Cumulative update for Windows 10 Version 1511 (KB3176493)=Please help=

Originally Posted by hatemf23


I know most people here are complaining about anniversary update 1607 but Im not able to even reach that, Update KB3176493 is causing me a huge headache, it installed and reversed install about 20 times now, I almost cant use the computer any more. Ive tried every possible guide and solution I could find, including applying the update from a full offline installer, nothing works.

I have a different laptop that had no problems at all with this particular update. Just for the sake of clarity the ONLY thing I changed in this Windows installation was changing the directory of user files, if that's whats causing it I would happily change it back.



I would change it back and then see if you are then able to install the update.
If it still does not do it then you can always revert back to what you changed
Remember before you do create a restore point.
Good luck and keep us posted on how you get on

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http://news.softpedia.com/news/how-...te-kb3194496-installation-issues-508877.shtml

Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 cumulative update KB3194496 for computers running 1607 last week, but as we reported recently, there are plenty of users out there who are experiencing problems when trying to install it.

While this isn?t surprising at all given the fact that similar issues were spotted with many other cumulative updates, Microsoft has already confirmed that it?s investigating reports and that a fix is on its way.

Fortunately, someone on the Microsoft Community forums has found a workaround for this problem in order to successfully install the cumulative update on any Windows 10 computer.



The workaround
What you need to do is to fire up File Explorer and delete the entire folder at the following location (administrator privileges are needed, so make sure you are logged in with an admin account):


Code:
C: > Windows > System32 > Tasks > Microsoft > XblGameSave
After that, launch the Registry Editor by typing regedit.exe in the Start menu and delete the following registry key ? once again, administrator privileges are needed to do this:


Code:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > Microsoft > WindowsNT > CurrentVersion > Schedule > TaskCache > Tree > Microsoft > XblGameSave
According to users who have already tried this, all you need to do next is to launch Windows Update once again and try to download and instal... Read more

A:How to Fix Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB3194496 Installation Issues

Also, if you have completely uninstalled (deleted) XBox and all associated items from your system, then KB3194496 will not install.

To get KB1394496 to install, you have to completely re-install XBox - and not forget to install all associated items.

There is a DISM re-install package method for advanced users, and then for everyone else there is a clean install of Windows 10.

Don't you just love it... ?

* * * * *

The better solution is to disable Windows Update service and only re-enable it to install any cumulative updates -- after waiting for at least two months for a "fixed" cumulative update.

Don't be one of Microsoft's guinea pigs...
 

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The update fails to install on some computers, users claim

Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 cumulative update KB3097617 earlier today and the first reports pointing to problems experienced during installation or even after that are already reaching the web.

For example, a number of users who turned to Microsoft's Community forums explain that KB3097617 fails to install on their PCs, undoes all changes and then restarts the machine, pushing it in an infinite reboot loop just like it happened with previous cumulative updates.

Microsoft user Darkc0de explains what happens on his Windows 10 computer:

?The update is just not installing, after asking for a restart windows update, initializes goes till 30% Then PC restarts and from 30, goes till 54% and restarts again this time it says We Could Not complete undoing changes and updates 2- 3 Team PC restarts again saying undoing changes and finally finally PC starts.?




Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB3097617 Installation Problems - Softpedia

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http://news.softpedia.com/news/wind...b3193494-also-failing-to-install-508542.shtml

Microsoft has recently released Windows 10 cumulative update KB3193494 in order to bring the KB3189866 saga to an end, but it turns out that there are users who are experiencing issues with this new patch as well.

Some of those who were offered the new cumulative update are reporting problems when attempting to install it, and the way it happens looks very similar to what others have experienced in the past.

In most of the cases, the cumulative update fails to install, and it simply rolls back before getting users back to the desktop. The update is then reoffered and redownloaded before the system is once again rebooted to attempt the install.

Users who couldn?t install the original KB3189866 update were confident that this new one fixes the problems, so they rushed to install it.

?I have already read some issues with this update and that you should install the offline updater. It has the same problem. Microsoft released KB3193494 to resolve the download issue, so I tried again. Still the same problem,? one of them explains on Microsoft?s Community forums.



Post-installation problems
Others are reporting issues spotted after the update successfully installed on their computers and upon removal, everything seems to be returning to normal, which is living proof that this latest cumulative update is the source of the problems.

?The latest update KB3193494 makes my netwo... Read more

A:Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB3193494 Also Failing to Install

http://news.softpedia.com/news/micr...e-kb3193494-to-replace-kb3189866-508538.shtml
 

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Hi:

Where to find KB3190507x-64 to get manual download?
Thanks, dbwin10

A:Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64 KB3190507

Normally, you check the Microsoft Update Catalog to grab stuff. But this is a cumulative update that's been superseded by a later update. Looks like MS is removing older cumulative updates when they post newer ones.

HTH,
--Ed--

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Now I go to updates and I get this Error can any one help please

Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3176495) - Error 0x80070015

A:Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 Failed

Solved

Downloaded this tool
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...troubleshooter

go to Settings update Advanced options click Give me update from other Microsoft //////

it worked

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Hi,
The Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 (KB3116900) Failed to Install,
It showed a split second error code on the windows loading screen (The black Screen with windows logo and the loading dots.) and then on the second screen it said windows couldn't install this update, rolling back changes and things and went back to desktop and in Updates the Update is listed as "Failed to Install"

I tried the normal measures of Disable Av and Trouble shoot the Updater.
If any one has any other ways to get this update installed, then please share.
Update : Found out the error code which it shows up

Code:
Fatal error C00000D4 applying update operation 94 of 1912 (iexplorer.exe)

A:Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 (KB3116900) Failed.

The same update caused my wifi to be unstable

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I have a Windows 10 system upgraded from Win7. Windows Update failed on this recent cumulative update. The web has lots of hits about this. After trying a number of fixes, the following worked for me:

1. I went into Disk Management and saw that my System Reserved Partition was 100MB vs the minimum recommended (according to some sites) of 400MB.

2. I used MiniTool Partition Wizard (free edition) to resize the System Reserved Partition to 450MB. That required burning a CD from a downloaded ISO.

3. Since the Windows update failed again, I deleted the contents of C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download (I did NOT delete the DOWNLOAD folder itself, just the contents)

4. BINGO! The update installed.

Hope this helps someone else who may have this problem.

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having problems with the update: code error 80073712

A:cumulative security update failed for IE11 for windows 7 64bit

You have a large number of Manifest file problems.

Please download and save the CheckSUR tool from http://support.microsoft.com/kb/947821
(you'll need to look in the details for Windows 7, downloading from the Microsoft Download Center)

Run it - The tool can take anywhere from 5 mins to a couple of hours to run (or 'Install') depending on how much it has to do, and may exit silently - it may appear to freeze for most of that time, but be patient.
The result is logged in the C:\Windows\Logs\CBS\CheckSUR.log file - and an archive …\checksur.persist.log file

Then zip the CheckSUR.log and upload it to your reply.

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Can't install cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3197954) Failed to install several time, any help thx.

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Microsoft's first cumulative update for Windows 10 - KB3081424 - is causing havoc for some users. How do I know this? Because I spent a good part of my Sunday morning dealing with it, that's how.

The problem, in a nutshell, is that the update puts affected systems into an endless crash loop. The update tries to install, gets to a certain point, fails, and then displays the unhelpful "We couldn't complete the updates, undoing the changes."

If it stopped there things wouldn't be too bad, but because Microsoft now forces updates onto Windows 10 users, the OS kept trying - and failing - to install the update, which in turn placed the system into a periodic crash/reboot loop that put quite a dent in my productivity.




Windows 10 cumulative update causes 'reboot loop' havoc for some users | ZDNet

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Okay I just had my son build me a new coimputer and installed my windows xp pro on it and downloaded sp3 everything went fine and then I got a messge that I had an update to install whic is the title of this thread and it fails and gives me an error code. Whats going on and what do I need to do to fix this. Your help would be appreciated very much.

A:Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP (KB961260

YOu have to post here the exact error message and associated code when the update fails so that someone can look it up for you on the MS website or on google and suggest solutions to resolve the issue. Also take a look at the section "how to obtain help and support..." on this website.

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Hi,

I am having problems installing the update in the subject cited as I keep getting the message below, even after repeated attempts:.

"The Version of Internet Explorer You Have Installed Does Not Match The Update You Are Trying To Install"

( You may also view the screen shot attached )

And the IE7 setup version Ihave is

IE7-WindowsXP-x86-enu , File Version 6.2.29.0

Coudl someone help me with the installation of the security update?

Thanks

A:Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP (KB963027)

Try to manually install/reinstall IE 7, reboot, and run update.

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Hi

I was wondering if you could help me find this update Cumulative update KB316908 for version 1511 December 2nd 2015 as a stand alone version. I never got it and when I hit the update button in the updates and security it shows no updates listed. I have a desktop and windows 10 home and I have the 1511 version of windows 10 and the revision number is. 10586.63

A:Windows 10 Cumulative update KB316908 for version 1511 December 2nd 20

Hi if you go to support link
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=3116908
That will tell you if you need it and what it was for and give you the link to install it

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In a surprise move (to me at least), Microsoft has issued a Cumulative Update to holdouts who turned down the Anniversary Update or those who were unable to Update due to technical issues. This Update offers a whole package of fixes and improvements. Microsoft pushes out batch of cumulative updates for Windows 10 | Windows Central Issues? Bugs? Solutions? For all things Build 10586.589 of Windows 10. Discuss it here. Basic tip
If you're having any issues with your device, try a reset.
Settings > Update & security > Recovery > Reset this PC > This provides you with two options: 1. keep my files and 2. remove everything Keep my files
Does just as its name describes. If you choose the setting you can reinstall Windows 10 without having to back up any of the pictures, videos, music and documents that you have stored on it. You absolutely should back up these things just in case, but you shouldn’t need to use that back up. Keep My Files requires a certain amount of free space on your device. As such, it may be unavailable to you if your device is stuffed with a lot of files. If you get an error message asking for more storage when you choose this option you’ll need to back up your files and choose the remove everything option. You could also delete any files that you aren’t using on your device and try the option again. This option will take longer than the other options. Remove Everything
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Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 9 for Windows Vista (KB2559049)
Installation date: ‎18/‎08/‎2011 10:08
Installation status: Failed
Error details: Code 80070005
Update type: Important
Security issues have been identified that could allow an attacker to compromise a system that is running Microsoft Internet Explorer and gain control over it. You can help protect your system by installing this update from Microsoft. After you install this item, you may have to restart your computer.
More information:
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=221946
Help and Support:
Microsoft Support

Why o why is Microsoft so slapdash with its updates. The error code I am getting covers everything under the sun and offers no solutions to the problem.
I am so fed up following so many leads from its advice pages but can never get to resolving the problem. Is there anyone anywhere that has overcome this problem.
I am running Windows Vista Home Premium 32bit IE9.0.1

Thanks

A:Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 9 for Windows Vista (KB2559049)

I can't help as I would also like to know the answer, but I can reassure you that you are not the only one with this problem.

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http://news.softpedia.com/news/wind...-99-tb-data-size-in-disk-cleanup-509258.shtml

Windows 10 cumulative update KB3194798 is failing to install for some users, but on the other hand, a number of those who actually manage to deploy it successfully are reporting a different bug.

Disk Cleanup is reporting a disk size of 3.99 TB after installing this cumulative update and users are claiming that this is happening no matter how much storage they have on their computers.

?Disk Cleanup listed the size of the Windows Update files that could be deleted as 3.99 TB, yes terabytes! What was shocking was the fact that I only have a 250 GB SSD drive on my laptop, one PC has a 256 GB SSD main drive and a 2 TB secondary, and the third has a 500 GB SSD with a 2 TB secondary drive,? one user explained on Microsoft?s Community forums.

In most of the cases, cleaning the disk still works correctly, although some are complaining that it still takes too long to complete. The process indeed seems to be rather slow after installing this cumulative update, but other than the incorrect data size, no issue appears to be caused to Disk Cleanup.

Installation issues
Microsoft hasn?t yet acknowledged the bug, and a workaround is not yet available, but the company is very unlikely to fix the problem too fast since it doesn?t cause anything beside the incorrect data size in Disk Cleanup.

On the other hand, Microsoft must look into reports of cumulative update KB3194798 failing to install, as... Read more

A:Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB3194798 Causes 3.99 TB Data Size in Disk Cleanup

Yeah another goon one Microsoft, been seeing this on lots of sites today. Only a 5.02mb clean up here though.
 

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We have released a Cumulative Update (KB3176925) to Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14393 on PCs and Mobile devices which will bring the build number to 14393.3. This Cumulative Update includes a handful of fixes:

We have fixed an issue where keyboard input on some Windows tablet devices would not rotate to landscape normally.We have fixed an issue that results in Windows Updates being delayed on systems with Connected Standby.We have fixed a problem with text input with Korean Input Method Editor (IME) in some Store apps.We fixed an issue causing Store apps to stop launching due to a licensing issue.We have fixed an issue with apps that synchronize using DDE for inter-process communication.






Source: Cumulative Update to Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14393 now available - Feedback Hub

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Microsoft pushes out batch of cumulative updates for Windows 10 | Windows Central Issues? Bugs? Solutions? For all things Build 14393.187 of Windows 10. Discuss it here. Basic tip
If you're having any issues with your device, try a reset.
Settings > Update & security > Recovery > Reset this PC > This provides you with two options: 1. keep my files and 2. remove everything Keep my files
Does just as its name describes. If you choose the setting you can reinstall Windows 10 without having to back up any of the pictures, videos, music and documents that you have stored on it. You absolutely should back up these things just in case, but you shouldn?t need to use that back up. Keep My Files requires a certain amount of free space on your device. As such, it may be unavailable to you if your device is stuffed with a lot of files. If you get an error message asking for more storage when you choose this option you?ll need to back up your files and choose the remove everything option. You could also delete any files that you aren?t using on your device and try the option again. This option will take longer than the other options. Remove Everything
Deletes every file, every setting from your device and gives you a blank copy of Windows 10 to work with. You?ll need to add any files you have backed up to your device again Here's a Changelog: Improved reliability of Windows Shell, map apps, Internet Explorer 11, and Microsoft Edge.Addressed issue ... Read more

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Microsoft rolls out cumulative updates to Windows 10 PCs | Windows Central Issues? Bugs? Solutions? For all things Build 14393.82 of Windows 10. Discuss it all here. Basic tip
If you're having any issues with your device, try a reset.
Settings > Update & security > Recovery > Reset this PC > This provides you with two options: 1. keep my files and 2. remove everything Keep my files
Does just as its name describes. If you choose the setting you can reinstall Windows 10 without having to back up any of the pictures, videos, music and documents that you have stored on it. You absolutely should back up these things just in case, but you shouldn?t need to use that back up. Keep My Files requires a certain amount of free space on your device. As such, it may be unavailable to you if your device is stuffed with a lot of files. If you get an error message asking for more storage when you choose this option you?ll need to back up your files and choose the remove everything option. You could also delete any files that you aren?t using on your device and try the option again. This option will take longer than the other options. Remove Everything
Deletes every file, every setting from your device and gives you a blank copy of Windows 10 to work with. You?ll need to add any files you have backed up to your device again

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Windows 10 gets its first post-Anniversary Update cumulative patch with build 14393.51 | Windows Central Issues? Bugs? Solutions? For all things Build 14393.51 of Windows 10. Discuss it all here. Basic tip
If you're having any issues with your device, try a reset.
Settings > Update & security > Recovery > Reset this PC > This provides you with two options: 1. keep my files and 2. remove everything Keep my files
Does just as its name describes. If you choose the setting you can reinstall Windows 10 without having to back up any of the pictures, videos, music and documents that you have stored on it. You absolutely should back up these things just in case, but you shouldn?t need to use that back up. Keep My Files requires a certain amount of free space on your device. As such, it may be unavailable to you if your device is stuffed with a lot of files. If you get an error message asking for more storage when you choose this option you?ll need to back up your files and choose the remove everything option. You could also delete any files that you aren?t using on your device and try the option again. This option will take longer than the other options. Remove Everything
Deletes every file, every setting from your device and gives you a blank copy of Windows 10 to work with. You?ll need to add any files you have backed up to your device again Here is the full change log for the patch: Improved reliability for Internet Explorer 11.Addressed i... Read more

A:Windows 10 Official/Production: Cumulative Update 14393.51 (Redstone 1, Inactive)

This broke the camera on my Surface Pro 4. The latest ***. update 14393.67 still hasn't fixed it. Camera just displays black screen. Not good...
Edit - can't believe it censored c u m as in cumulative. Ridiculous!

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Update to the WMP patch of June 26, 2002. angelize56

Who should read this bulletin:

Customers using Microsoft® Windows Media™ Player 6.4, 7.1 or Windows Media Player for Windows XP.

Impact of vulnerability: Three vulnerabilities, first reported on June 26 2002, the most serious of which could be used to run code of attacker's choice.

Maximum Severity Rating: Critical

Recommendation: Customers running affected products should apply the patch immediately. Customers who are still running Windows Media Player 7.0 should upgrade to Windows Media Player 7.1 first and then apply the patch immediately.

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/technet/security/bulletin/ms02-032.asp
 

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Windows 10 PC cumulative build 14393.105 rolls out to all users | Windows Central Issues? Bugs? Solutions? For all things Build 14393.105 of Windows 10. Discuss it here. Basic tip
If you're having any issues with your device, try a reset.
Settings > Update & security > Recovery > Reset this PC > This provides you with two options: 1. keep my files and 2. remove everything Keep my files
Does just as its name describes. If you choose the setting you can reinstall Windows 10 without having to back up any of the pictures, videos, music and documents that you have stored on it. You absolutely should back up these things just in case, but you shouldn?t need to use that back up. Keep My Files requires a certain amount of free space on your device. As such, it may be unavailable to you if your device is stuffed with a lot of files. If you get an error message asking for more storage when you choose this option you?ll need to back up your files and choose the remove everything option. You could also delete any files that you aren?t using on your device and try the option again. This option will take longer than the other options. Remove Everything
Deletes every file, every setting from your device and gives you a blank copy of Windows 10 to work with. You?ll need to add any files you have backed up to your device again Here's a Changelog: Improved reliability of the Windows Ink Workspace, Microsoft Edge, File Server, Windows kernel, Microsoft ... Read more

A:Windows 10 Official/Production: Cumulative Update 14393.105 (Redstone 1, Inactive)

How much size of This CU ?

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Microsoft rolls out cumulative updates to Windows 10 PCs | Windows Central Issues? Bugs? Solutions? For all things Build 14393.82 of Windows 10. Discuss it all here. Basic tip
If you're having any issues with your device, try a reset.
Settings > Update & security > Recovery > Reset this PC > This provides you with two options: 1. keep my files and 2. remove everything Keep my files
Does just as its name describes. If you choose the setting you can reinstall Windows 10 without having to back up any of the pictures, videos, music and documents that you have stored on it. You absolutely should back up these things just in case, but you shouldn?t need to use that back up. Keep My Files requires a certain amount of free space on your device. As such, it may be unavailable to you if your device is stuffed with a lot of files. If you get an error message asking for more storage when you choose this option you?ll need to back up your files and choose the remove everything option. You could also delete any files that you aren?t using on your device and try the option again. This option will take longer than the other options. Remove Everything
Deletes every file, every setting from your device and gives you a blank copy of Windows 10 to work with. You?ll need to add any files you have backed up to your device again

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A:Windows 10 Official/Production: Cumulative Update 14393.82 (Redstone 1, Inactive)

After the 23 of August update bookmarks don't show up in the Edge bookmarks toolbar. I import them from IE or chrome and after that they still don't show up. They're in the correct folder, though, I checked.
Is anyone else experiencing this?

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Recent (Oct 15th) huge number of security updates, caused grief on 32bit Vista SP2 which I have narrowed down to the IE8 Cumulative Security Update by a process of elimination re-applying patchsets & testing the box.

With IE8 cumaltive security, in Stage 3 of "Configuring Update" it seems to be stuck at 0%, the chime occurs, but after a while the screen blanks, and the hardware resets a little later causing a reboot.

Updated ATI Radeon Video driver to latest has been to no avail; the machine seems solid in use and is also running Linux (and updated an old install with 10 months of patches) perfectly. Checking BIOS & drivers are up to date hasn't turned anything up, and the box and install generally solid. I tried booting with 'Safe options' to configure the update, but that did not help, so it would appear unlikely the resets are a driver issue.

Whilst I have the system back through system restore to checkpoint before the update, and have now hidden this patch, this leaves me with an insecure IE8.

1) Can I report the problem with the update anywhere?
2) Could I obtain smaller patchsets to find the likely culprit?
3) Can I downgrade IE8 to IE7?

Obviously I can use FF-3.5 for normal browsing, but some Windows programs & sites try to force use of IE, so the security issue does matter. This has caused much inconvenience and time, to a relatively tech savvy user, so one would hope a cumumaltive patch becomes available which does not have t... Read more

A:Solved: Windows Cumulative Security Update IE8 - Causes Reboot during stage 3 configu

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Microsoft pushes out batch of cumulative updates for Windows 10 | Windows Central Issues? Bugs? Solutions? For all things Build 14393.187 of Windows 10. Discuss it here. Basic tip
If you're having any issues with your device, try a reset.
Settings > Update & security > Recovery > Reset this PC > This provides you with two options: 1. keep my files and 2. remove everything Keep my files
Does just as its name describes. If you choose the setting you can reinstall Windows 10 without having to back up any of the pictures, videos, music and documents that you have stored on it. You absolutely should back up these things just in case, but you shouldn?t need to use that back up. Keep My Files requires a certain amount of free space on your device. As such, it may be unavailable to you if your device is stuffed with a lot of files. If you get an error message asking for more storage when you choose this option you?ll need to back up your files and choose the remove everything option. You could also delete any files that you aren?t using on your device and try the option again. This option will take longer than the other options. Remove Everything
Deletes every file, every setting from your device and gives you a blank copy of Windows 10 to work with. You?ll need to add any files you have backed up to your device again Here's a Changelog: Improved reliability of Windows Shell, map apps, Internet Explorer 11, and Microsoft Edge.Addressed issue ... Read more

A:Windows 10 Official/Production: Cumulative Update 14393.447 (Redstone 1, non-Insider)

The Anniversary update went ok on my home PC but on my Chuwi HI12 tablet Edge become very unstable, webpages stopped responding very often but this last update seems to have fixed that...anyone felt the same?
Cheers

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Windows 10 PC cumulative build 14393.105 rolls out to all users | Windows Central Issues? Bugs? Solutions? For all things Build 14393.105 of Windows 10. Discuss it here. Basic tip
If you're having any issues with your device, try a reset.
Settings > Update & security > Recovery > Reset this PC > This provides you with two options: 1. keep my files and 2. remove everything Keep my files
Does just as its name describes. If you choose the setting you can reinstall Windows 10 without having to back up any of the pictures, videos, music and documents that you have stored on it. You absolutely should back up these things just in case, but you shouldn?t need to use that back up. Keep My Files requires a certain amount of free space on your device. As such, it may be unavailable to you if your device is stuffed with a lot of files. If you get an error message asking for more storage when you choose this option you?ll need to back up your files and choose the remove everything option. You could also delete any files that you aren?t using on your device and try the option again. This option will take longer than the other options. Remove Everything
Deletes every file, every setting from your device and gives you a blank copy of Windows 10 to work with. You?ll need to add any files you have backed up to your device again Here's a Changelog: Improved reliability of the Windows Ink Workspace, Microsoft Edge, File Server, Windows kernel, Microsoft ... Read more

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Windows 10 gets its first post-Anniversary Update cumulative patch with build 14393.51 | Windows Central Issues? Bugs? Solutions? For all things Build 14393.51 of Windows 10. Discuss it all here. Basic tip
If you're having any issues with your device, try a reset.
Settings > Update & security > Recovery > Reset this PC > This provides you with two options: 1. keep my files and 2. remove everything Keep my files
Does just as its name describes. If you choose the setting you can reinstall Windows 10 without having to back up any of the pictures, videos, music and documents that you have stored on it. You absolutely should back up these things just in case, but you shouldn?t need to use that back up. Keep My Files requires a certain amount of free space on your device. As such, it may be unavailable to you if your device is stuffed with a lot of files. If you get an error message asking for more storage when you choose this option you?ll need to back up your files and choose the remove everything option. You could also delete any files that you aren?t using on your device and try the option again. This option will take longer than the other options. Remove Everything
Deletes every file, every setting from your device and gives you a blank copy of Windows 10 to work with. You?ll need to add any files you have backed up to your device again Here is the full change log for the patch: Improved reliability for Internet Explorer 11.Addressed i... Read more

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This is an interesting move. So those running 7 and 8, how do you feel about this move?



What Microsoft won't be doing after October, however, is shipping the individual hotfixes any more. Fixes will only be available through the Monthly Rollup or security-only update. This means that the ability to pick and choose individual fixes to apply will be removed; they'll be distributed and deployed as a singular all-or-nothing proposition. Microsoft argues that this will improve patch and system reliability.Click to expand...

Windows 7, 8.1 moving to Windows 10?s cumulative update model
 

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hello guys, my laptop wont install this latest update by microsoft, it has tryed about twenty times now, Can anyone help.

windows vista premium.
 

A:Solved: Cumulative Security Update for ActiveX Killbits for Windows Vista (KB973346)

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In a surprise move (to me at least), Microsoft has issued a Cumulative Update to holdouts who turned down the November 2015 Update or those who were unable to Update due to technical issues. This Update offers a whole package of fixes and improvements. Microsoft pushes out batch of cumulative updates for Windows 10 | Windows Central Issues? Bugs? Solutions? For all things Build 10240.17113 of Windows 10. Discuss it here. Basic tip
If you're having any issues with your device, try a reset.
Settings > Update & security > Recovery > Reset this PC > This provides you with two options: 1. keep my files and 2. remove everything Keep my files
Does just as its name describes. If you choose the setting you can reinstall Windows 10 without having to back up any of the pictures, videos, music and documents that you have stored on it. You absolutely should back up these things just in case, but you shouldn’t need to use that back up. Keep My Files requires a certain amount of free space on your device. As such, it may be unavailable to you if your device is stuffed with a lot of files. If you get an error message asking for more storage when you choose this option you’ll need to back up your files and choose the remove everything option. You could also delete any files that you aren’t using on your device and try the option again. This option will take longer than the other options. Remove Everything
Deletes every file, every setti... Read more

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I'm having no luck installing KB2977629 (Cumulative Security Update IE11). I repeatedly get the error 8007371B.

SURT installs with no errors. SFC /SCANNOW runs with no errors. I am uploading the requested screenshots and ZIP file.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you!!!!

PS- well, I WAS uploading. My screencaptures upload great, but my CBS.zip fails with "Server error 500".
My zip file is 9.6mb-- over the 8mb limit. What can I delete from the directory to get under the 8mb limit?


Attachment 333111
Attachment 333112

A:Update Error Code 80073712-Cumulative Security Update IE11, Win 7(64)

I've found a way to get the CBS zip uploaded. I divided it into 4 parts. All of the CBS folder's files are included. Sorry I didn't see this earlier.


Attachment 333122
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I just got this update and restarted my PC. Now Cortana is not there even after I set my region language and speech to united states. Help
Posted via the Windows Central App for Android

A:Cortana disappeared from anniversary update after getting the cumulative update 14393.10

Originally Posted by buddy007 I just got this update and restarted my PC. Now Cortana is not there even after I set my region language and speech to united states. Help
Posted via the Windows Central App for Android try a restart and check again
It does not appear in apps list?

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I have a new laptop with Windows XP SP2 on it, IE6 (though I use Firefox, not IE), and MS Office 2003 Student Edition. The latest update that popped up as "high priority" from Windows Update is this GDI+ Detection Tool (KB873374).

It sounds like you have to install it then run it and then visit MS Office website to check for updates...? Is this worth doing? Can it cause more problems than it will help? (I thought I've read about issues when updating MS Office with security patches...? And that you have to download yet something else to even check for Office security updates...?)

Or do Office security updates come through Windows Update, and I don't need to worry about this? (But if that's the case, then why even have this GDI+ thing available?)

I'm always worried about ending up with a bunch of conflicts with other programs like AVG, ZA, AutoGK, DVDShrink, etc. And I'm always hesitant to install something that has to run on my system.

I've got AVG and ZA, keep both up to date, and I have Automatic Updates turned on just to let me know when there's a critical update (so I don't have to visit the Windows Update site to get updates).

I was thinking I would only do the updates to Office that come through Automatic Updates and not worry about any others...

Also, what's the difference between Microsoft Update and Windows Update? Is it better to have Microsoft Update, or does that have its own set of problems associated with it? (A... Read more

A:Questions About Microsoft Gdi+ Detection Tool & Microsoft Update Vs. Windows Update

Well to start off the difference between windows update and microsoft update is as follows. Windows update is what originally comes with the computer and only updates the windows platform. If you choose to upgrade to the microsoft update it will check all of your microsoft programs for updates.
As far as going to the office website for updates... unless you want to install non-critical updates to your office suite then you shouldn't have to at all. Finally - that GDI+ detection tool is the little program microsoft uses to scan your computer for any of their products - that is if you use microsoft update and not the original windows update.
So if you like your computer to maintain critical updates by itself for the microsoft programs than yes use microsoft update and yes install the GDI+ decection tools.

Hope this helps you out!

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Hiya

This is a cumulative patch that includes the functionality of all
previously released patches for SQL Server 7.0, SQL Server 2000, MSDE
1.0, and MSDE 2000. In addition, it eliminates three newly discovered
vulnerabilities.

- Named Pipe Hijacking -
Upon system startup, SQL Server creates and listens on a specific
named pipe for incoming connections to the server. A named pipe is a
specifically named one-way or two-way channel for communication
between a pipe server and one or more pipe clients. The named pipe is
checked for verification of which connection attempts can log on to
the system running SQL Server to execute queries against data that is
stored on the server.

A flaw exists in the checking method for the named pipe that could
allow an attacker local to the system running SQL Server to hijack
(gain control of) the named pipe during another client's
authenticated logon password. This would allow the attacker to gain
control of the named pipe at the same permission level as the user
who is attempting to connect. If the user who is attempting to
connect remotely has a higher level of permissions than the attacker,
the attacker will assume those rights when the named pipe is
compromised.

- Named Pipe Denial of Service -
In the same named pipes scenario that is mentioned in the "Named Pipe
Hijacking" section of this bulletin, it is possible for an
unauthenticated user who is local to the intranet to send a very
large packet to a specific named pip... Read more

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Hello everyone. I'm on 14393.51. After cumulative was done I opened MS Edge and noticed that Adblock Plus is not working. It's not hiding anything. Also look at the image below. Clicking update now is not working, is not doing anything.
Anyone else has the same problem?
Thank you.

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Hiya

Issue:
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Microsoft Content Management Server (MCMS) 2001 is an Enterprise
Server product that simplifies developing and managing E-Commerce
web sites. MCMS includes a number of pre-defined ASP web pages that
allow web site operators to quickly set up E-business websites.

A Cross-Site Scripting flaw exists in one of these ASP pages that
could allow an attacker to insert script into the data being sent
to a MCMS server. Because the server generates a web page in
response to a user request made using this page, it is possible that
the script could be embedded within the page that CMS generates and
returns to the user, this script would then run when processed by
the user's browser. This could result in an attacker being able to
access information the user shared with the legitimate site.

An attacker might attempt to exploit this flaw by crafting a
malicious link to a valid site that the user intended to visit.
If the attacker were able to get a user to click the link-most
likely by sending the link in an email-then it could be possible
for the attacker to take a variety of actions. The attacker could
alter the data that appeared to be contained on the web pages
presented by the legitimate site, monitor the user's session with
the legitimate site and copy personal data from the legitimate site
to a site under the attacker's control, or access the legitimate
site's cookies.

Mitigating Factors:
====================
- This flaw is not present in Mic... Read more

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I am getting the following updates on my laptop right now -
Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3176934).
Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3176936).
I am non Insider on 14393.51

A:Cumulative Update on my laptop

Same here Surface 4Pro

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If this topic is already posted......I will get this one removed.......otherwise...read on !!
 
 
http://www.infoworld.com/article/2973432/microsoft-windows/windows-10-patch-kb-3081444-service-packs.html

A:KB3081444..Cumulative update....and more !

I vote the naming as CumUpX.x, where 'x' is the number of the Cumulative Update -- and when it doesn't work, it's a comeuppance. 

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Russian anti-virus vendor Doctor Web is pleased to announce the release of the eighth version of Dr.Web for Windows and Dr.Web Security Space. The new installer, enhanced anti-rootkit, advanced preventive protection, instant web link checks, upgraded parental control, and new control center are available to all users starting today.

New installer. Dr.Web 8.0?s new installer does not use the Microsoft Windows Installer; no additional services are required to install the product. It not only protects the anti-virus from the moment when installation begins, but also reduces deployment time, since scanning is no longer performed during setup.

New anti-rootkit. Now the search for and neutralization of complex threats (rootkits, bootkits, etc.) is carried out in background mode. The resident background scan routines search for active threats among critical system objects and in the BIOS. An intelligent assessment of hardware capabilities ensures that scanning does not interfere with the user experience. The integration of the installation package (installer) with the updated anti-rootkit makes it possible to repel active threats and cure a PC during installation, even if the computer is infected with sophisticated malware.

Preventive protection sub-system. Now Dr.Web can block automatic modifications of critical Windows objects, thus ensuring preventive protection from infection. For various applications and services, a user can grant or deny access to certain Windows objects ... Read more

A:Dr.Web Anti-virus 8 for Windows delivers new advantages to users

Thanks for the share, now all we need is a giveaway or extended trial lol.
 

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Every time I open windows mail it spews out the same emails from 1st to 3rd November, but not emails sent in last 2 days. I now have about 20 messages replicated 7 times.
 

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Just installed the Windows Orb Changer application.

Started using it and now my screen has gone completely black.

I no longer have access to anything except a black screen, mouse pointer, and the task manager.

Please help....

A:Windows Orb Changer Delivers Black Screen Of Death

Go to Safe Mode and uninstall it?

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My PC (win 10 pro, 64bit) started a cumulative update at about 9am this morning and it's still cranking.
Is it really necessary to do that during business hours despite my business hours setup is from 8am to 8pm?
I remember, before the anniversary update, the updates started in the evening when I shut down my PC, went through its paces at night and shut the PC down when it was finished. What happened to that?
Thanks,
Ed

A:Cumulative update during business hours?

Hi,
1. You can block Windows updates from downloading by various widely published means. The downloads otherwise occur at any time.
2. You can use Active Hours (build 1607) to prevent restarts during a 12 hr period max. You should be able to use 3rd party software to block restarts otherwise (I haven't managed to definitively test that with updates).
3. Pro upwards editions support deferring upgrades (in Settings).

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There is a cumulative Windows update that appears in each monthly set of updates and if I don't catch it in time it prevents three different Windows 10 systems in my house from booting and I have to use True Image to restore. This has been going on for about 5 months now and I know there are a lot of folks with the same problem. You'd think Microsoft would pull or fix the update. At least two of the systems are are W10 Professional or Ultimate so I've just used gpedit to stop automatic updates (you'd think I would have done this earlier), but the other system isn't and I have to remember to create the images and/or hide the update on the day it comes out. What a Pain!!!Just using the forum to rant

A:Cumulative Update a Real Pain

I really dont understand Microsoft these days:Pushy for people to 10 even when people go through measures to avoid it, and then now to hear that they are even pushing updates that are unwanted once your onto 10 which break systems. WOW.Patio suggested that he has set his updates to notify vs auto for his system(s). I am going to do this for all my systems now. It might be the fix to your problem here too. My situation is that systems on 7, Microsoft is trying to force to 10 and I dont want 10. I have one computer that I took the free Windows 10 upgrade on from 7. And that system is in my closet for someday when I need 10 for some reason I will have a system on 10 and not miss out of the free upgrade. But other systems I want to remain on 7. Some of which clearly do not support 10 due to age of a single-core laptop for example where the Intel Chipset was lucky enough to have Windows 7 driver for integrated video, but of which there is no Windows 10 driver for the GPU so it fails to upgrade to 10. Others I know have have their computers turn into a brick when taking free upgrade and then the system is stuck in a boot loop because there was a malfunction with a driver or something else causing a crash condition boot loop etc.I ended up cloning the drive in my one highly configured Windows 7 system so that if Microsoft somehow tries again to forcefully upgrade me to 10, i should be able to clone the cloned drive back to the master drive. I have the drive that is cloned inside the... Read more

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Hello!

My test computer (specs follow) is stuck at build 10586.11 I cannot install any cumulative upgrade, they all fail and Windows Update undoes any change to the system. In order to be able to install any other update I have to use the show/hide tool to hide the cumulative updates. I don't know what's wrong. My main computer (see my specs) and several of my friends have no problem upgrading up to 10586.36, but this particular one fails for some reason. I already tried to disable some devices in Device Manager and disable some services and startup applications, nothing worked. So I decided to start this thread and include a log taken by the forum tool in case someone can shed some light to the issue and tell me what to do.

Thank you in advance.

Specs of my test computer that has the issue:

Computer: Custom-build server system
Motherboard: Supermicro PDSG4 (Intel socket 775)
Chipset: Intel Glenwood 955X (supports up to Pentium D dual-core CPU socket 775, not newer models)
CPU: Intel Pentium D 945 3.40GHz dual-core socket 775
RAM: 4GB DDR2 667MHz (4x 1GB modules in dual channel mode)
Graphics: XFX GeForce 7300GS
SATA Controller: Intel ICH7R with RAID support
SCSI Controllers: Adaptec 7901 Single channel Ultra 320 SCSI & Adaptec SCSI RAID 20105/Supermicro AOC-LPZCR supported
LAN: Intel 82573V PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Audio: Realtek AC'97 audio high quality 6-channel sound
OS: Windows 10 Pro TH2 build 10586.11 32-bit English US

PS: Before you ask, I have alrea... Read more

A:Cannot install any cumulative update, other updates OK

Hi spapakons,

Please remove every crack/bypass on your system in order to proceed.
There are 2 main reasons,
1.




Troubleshooting a system with counterfeit programs is useless as it is not known what has been modified to your system.
A counterfeit program contains heavily modified code which causes the system to behave in unexpected ways.
For this reason, analyzing counterfeit systems is unreliable and most analysts won't try it.



2.
Forum rules





4) No piracy or discussion of piracy allowed at all. Such as software, music, videos and other intellectual property violations (e.g. downloading youtube videos locally etc).

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This recent update

List of changes and fixed issues in the .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1
makes reference to Firefox ;
 
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/951847
 

Issue 2
.NET Framework assistant for Firefox has the Uninstall button disabled. In the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1, the .NET Framework Assistant enables Firefox to use the ClickOnce technology that is included in the .NET Framework. The .NET Framework Assistant is added at the computer level so that its functionality can be used by all users at the computer level instead of at the user level. Therefore, the Uninstall button is unavailable in the Firefox Add-ons menu because standard users are not permitted to uninstall computer level components.
 
Actually, Am I suppose to or expected to understand this ?
 
I am only concerned that if I need the update, . . What am I doing to my computer ?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Today we issued our Advanced Notification Service (ANS) to advise customers that we will be releasing security update MS10-018 tomorrow, March 30, 2010, at approximately10:00 a.m. PDT (UTC-8). MS10-018 resolves Security Advisory 981374, addressing a publicly disclosed vulnerability in Internet Explorer 6 and Internet Explorer 7. Internet Explorer 8 is unaffected by the vulnerability addressed in the advisory and we continue to encourage all customers to upgrade to this version to benefit from the improved security protection it offers.



Source -
The Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC) : Internet Explorer Cumulative Update Releasing Out-of-Band

A:IE. Cumulative Update Releasing Out-of-Band

TY Jan, got the update and installed.

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Download Cumulative Update for Media Center for Windows 7 (KB2284742) from Official Microsoft Download Center

I have sp1, and do not see this update in windows update in control panel.

A:Is KB2284742 cumulative WMC update inside sp1?

You most likely have it already since it is 4 years old.

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I am having Win 10 home version 1607 64-bit. While downloading KB31889866 through Windows Update it struck up at 45% for 3 hrs, now it has again struck up at 95% for >2hrs. If I download it from the Catalog site of MS using IE, it will download to a separate folder. How do I "Install" it subsequently?

A:How to install Cumulative Update KB3189866

In File Explorer go to the folder where it was downloaded. Double-click on the .msu file there to start the install. Mine was called windows10.0-kb3189866-x64_2c3e91a8162269579c8bf26a502c620d41efef0d.msu -yours may be a different name if you have the 32-bit version of Windows.

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I am having Win 10 home version 1607 64-bit. While downloading KB31889866 through Windows Update it struck up at 45% for 3 hrs, now it has again struck up at 95% for >2hrs. If I download it from the Catalog site of MS using IE, it will download to a separate folder. How do I "Install" it subsequently?

A:How to install Cumulative Update KB3189866

In File Explorer go to the folder where it was downloaded. Double-click on the .msu file there to start the install. Mine was called windows10.0-kb3189866-x64_2c3e91a8162269579c8bf26a502c620d41efef0d.msu -yours may be a different name if you have the 32-bit version of Windows.

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New cumulative Update for windows 10 is now Live Bumping OS build to 14393.447
Changelog As follows : This update includes quality improvements and security updates. No new operating system features are being introduced in this update. Key changes include:
:>Improved the reliability of multimedia audio, Remote Desktop, and Internet Explorer 11.
:>Addressed issue that prevents users from connecting to a virtual private network (VPN).
:>Addressed issue with a scheduled task that doesn’t run in Task Scheduler after reenabling.
:>Addressed issue to update the Access Point Name (APN) database.
:>Addressed issue with Japanese characters that are missing when converted by the Input Method Editor.
:>Addressed issue with the system tray showing no Wi-Fi connection even when Wi-Fi is present.
:>Addressed issue with Windows devices that disconnect from the Internet prematurely before users can complete their paid Wi-Fi purchase.
:>Addressed issue to update the new Belarusian ruble symbol to Br and the new ISO 4217 code to BYN.
:>Addressed additional issues with multimedia, Windows kernel, packaging release management, authentication, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer 11, Remote Desktop,
:>Active Directory, wireless networking, Windows shell, graphics, enterprise security, and Microsoft HoloLens.
:>Security updates to Boot Manager, Windows operating system, kernel-mode drivers, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Virtual... Read more

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Please see below:

I have been trying for over more than a week to install this update without luck, like so many others it seems!
At the weekend it completely crashed my machine and I couldn't start Windows at all but I was saved by a Reflect image backup.
Now when it downloads the update it winds it back on startup.
I have been trying to follow guidance on the issue but with no luck and now not sure what I have or haven't done!
The machine is a recent rebuild from scratch, free from nasties and sfc reveals no file issues.
I have a second machine of a similar build and that updated without problem.
Can someone please provide me with some structured help.
I don't seem to be getting automatic notifications when I post on this site, any thoughts to resolve that so that I know when a response has been provided? I will keep coming back to check.
Thanks
Paul
PS just ran the WindowsUpdateDiagnostic tool and got the following but not sure if it's relevant:

A:Failed Cumulative Update KB3194496

If you haven't already try the tutorial below and hope it helps

Fix: KB3194496 (Windows 10 build 14393.222) fails to install

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Windows 10 Pro x64 laptop had updates set to automatically download and then notify. (Still using v. 1511 build 10586 due to continuing reported issues with 1607.) No problems with any updates prior to Oct 2016.

Oct 11 cumulative update KB3192441 apparently failed and gave notice it would "automatically retry later". Download failed again on Oct 12, 13 and 14. Went to Microsoft Update Catalog and downloaded/installed KB3192441 without any apparent issues. But when I opened Settings > Update & security, I saw a brand new notice that "Some settings are managed by your organization" (see screenshot.)

Q1: Why did this happen?

Q2: How do I regain full control over future updates since this laptop is not part of an "organization"?

NOTE: I tried modifying Windows Update settings using this tutorial. No effect on removing the "Some settings are managed by your organization" notice.

Windows Update Automatic Updates - Enable or Disable in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums

I also tried using three System Restore Points and two System Images all made prior to Oct 11. They did not have any success in removing the notice. It reappeared as soon as I clicked the "Check for updates" button.

(BTW, going thru the Microsoft Update Catalog resulted in a download of 1.03GB and took almost 6 hours to complete. I understand that MS wants people to have all released updates but this cumulative concept really stinks. End of rant.)

A:October2016 Cumulative Update Changed Settings

Run CMD as admin and copy/paste:

reg delete "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\WindowsSelfHost" /f
reg delete "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate" /f
reg delete "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\WindowsSelfHost" /f

Note, that it will probably appear again, it is related to some Windows Update/Insider settings.

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Hi friends,
This the first time am having an issues with the update center.
the rest of updates from today (Office 16) were fine.
Once again when am trying to install KB3124263 - am stuck at Getting Windows ready after performing Windows update.
the only way to get rid of it (after 30 min) is to press the RESET button.

Tried sfc /scannow => CBS.Log

......................
2016-01-16 12:41:37, Info CSI 00004f4f [SR] Verify complete
2016-01-16 12:41:37, Info CSI 00004f50 [SR] Repairing 1 components
2016-01-16 12:41:37, Info CSI 00004f51 [SR] Beginning Verify and Repair transaction
2016-01-16 12:41:37, Info CSI 00004f52 Hashes for file member \??\C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\opencl.dll do not match actual file [l:10]"opencl.dll" :
Found: {l:32 vWh+Aagi7wmt066CrcoQZCog+Hd1BxBdtaVBb60iWgk=} Expected: {l:32 9rnAnuwzPjMQA7sW63oNAVhckspIngsqJXKYSUeQ5Do=}
2016-01-16 12:41:37, Info CSI 00004f53 [SR] Repairing corrupted file [l:23 ml:24]"\??\C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64"\[l:10]"opencl.dll" from store
2016-01-16 12:41:37, Info CSI [email protected]/1/16:10:41:37.522 Primitive installers committed for repair
2016-01-16 12:41:37, Info CSI 00004f55 [SR] Repair complete
2016-01-16 12:41:37, Info CSI 00004f56 [SR] Committing transaction
2016-01-16 12:41:37, Info CSI 00004f57 Creating NT transaction (se... Read more

A:KB3124263 - Cumulative Update Failed to Install

Hello

From the CBS log it looks as if the repair was to an opencl.dll file which is not related to a windows update but usually to do with graphics cards such as nVidia cards which change the opencl.dll file.

Have you still got problems trying to install KB3124263? Quite often these problems sort themselves out after a day or two.

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Windows 10 Pro x64 laptop had updates set to automatically download and then notify. (Still using v. 1511 build 10586 due to continuing reported issues with 1607.) No problems with any updates prior to Oct 2016.

Oct 11 cumulative update KB3192441 apparently failed and gave notice it would "automatically retry later". Download failed again on Oct 12, 13 and 14. Went to Microsoft Update Catalog and downloaded/installed KB3192441 without any apparent issues. But when I opened Settings > Update & security, I saw a brand new notice that "Some settings are managed by your organization" (see screenshot.)

Q1: Why did this happen?

Q2: How do I regain full control over future updates since this laptop is not part of an "organization"?

NOTE: I tried modifying Windows Update settings using this tutorial. No effect on removing the "Some settings are managed by your organization" notice.

Windows Update Automatic Updates - Enable or Disable in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums

I also tried using three System Restore Points and two System Images all made prior to Oct 11. They did not have any success in removing the notice. It reappeared as soon as I clicked the "Check for updates" button.

(BTW, going thru the Microsoft Update Catalog resulted in a download of 1.03GB and took almost 6 hours to complete. I understand that MS wants people to have all released updates but this cumulative concept really stinks. End of rant.)

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Stuck at 95 percent, will it finish, been their for 6 and 1/2 hours... is their a way to download it manually? (pls is their a way to stop the download loop of 95 percent so I could download the update and manually do it, - well will try leaving machine one all night to see if it corrects itself, if not is their a way to get the download to stop and as I mentioned above do it manually.

My Dell will not fix this machine so I have start up in manual Dell (this is the 6th replacement of this machine and it will not keep any 3rd party software like my Office 360, Works, AVG Ultimate has to be reinstalled every 18 hours (professionally twice). Dell warranty of if not fixed over internet, will have a tech out the next day, well 3 months I got the over the internet, so I start up in "safe boot" dell, then switch to the Microsoft Logo for the remainder of the start up. I cannot watch a movie of 578 MB with a speed of 118.98 Mpbs with 8 GM of RAM (requirement for the quality of my AMD R5 the Vudu platform only required 11,000 KB to stream their highest quality, which this system has but I can only play one movie at SD and the have to manually clean out catches (automated companies 1970/80/90, merchant, have every version of Microsoft since first PC sold, so think I own 580 versions starting with XP. Terminally Ill US Veteran and with 55 heart attacks wish someone at Microsoft could help, they only seem to want to sell more "One Drive" spaces, yet all my files a... Read more

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I thought it was KB3149135, but as it turns out it is KB3163018.

Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB3163018 Also Failing to Install on Some PCs

On my system:

Smashed ELAN\pointer device driver.
System Restore would not function.
Could not uninstall KBs - even in Safe Mode.
Could not uninstall KBs - even with wushowhide utility.

Had to clean install Windows 10.

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How you like them forced W10 updates now ???
 

A:KB3163018 Cumulative Update Smashing Systems

All went well for me on four machines. Touch wood.
 

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Hiya

A remote code execution vulnerability in a component of Outlook Express could allow an attacker who sent a Windows Address Book file to a user of an affected system to take complete control of the system.

If a user is logged on with administrative user rights, an attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could take complete control of an affected system. An attacker could then install programs; view, change, or delete data; or create new accounts with full user rights. Users whose accounts are configured to have fewer user rights on the system could be less affected than users who operate with administrative user rights.

Affected Components:

• Outlook Express 5.5 Service Pack 2 on Microsoft Windows 2000 Service Pack 4
• Outlook Express 6 Service Pack 1 when installed on Microsoft Windows 2000 Service Pack 4
• Outlook Express 6 on Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2
• Outlook Express 6 on Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition
• Outlook Express 6 on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 and Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1
• Outlook Express 6 on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition
• Outlook Express 6 on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 for Itanium-based Systems and Microsoft Windows Server 2003 with SP1 for Itanium-based Systems

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/Bulletin/MS06-076.mspx

Regards

eddie
 

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