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Cumulative Update 1511 and Moved \Users direcory

Q: Cumulative Update 1511 and Moved \Users direcory

Hi All,

I've been looking around the Internet for a solution to "Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3147458)" failing to update; and while there are a multitude of success stories out there, none of the solutions worked for me.

In researching an unrelated issue, it occurred to me that I may have a customization that might be interfering with this update, and the (now mandatory...sigh) Windows Update process:

I have moved my \Users directory to a custom location using a junction (a symbolic link/shortcut).

There are many (unsupported) ways to do this, and a quick Google shows that a multitude of people are not happy with the standard "Users folder lives on the system disk and you can move libraries/directories using the System Settings" solution provided by Microsoft. This is especially common for folks who boot from an SSD, but have tons and tons of large files which wouldn't fit on that SSD; especially if you anticipate the need to create new user accounts but don't want to write a script or hand-configure each new account to move the directories to the secondary volume via the available System Settings.

My method (as found online) was to robocopy my initial Users folder just after a clean install of Windows 10, and then create a junction at C:\Users which pointed to D:\Users (which is my large HDD).

This causes a problem with some updates when they need to make adjustments to files stored within \Users.

Windows Update looks at the registry to find the location of the \Users directory, and also the \Users\Default and \Users\Public directories (if an update requires changes to them). In my case, Windows update could not locate the \Users directory because I had moved it, and Windows Update does not (always) follow junctions.

The Solution: Tell Windows where to go
Windows holds the location of the \Users, \Users\Default, and \Users\Public directories in some registry entries under the following key:

Code:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList
Now, while this key has sub-keys, it's the four string values (REG_EXPAND_SZ) we are interested in. They are:

Default (Note: Not "(Default)", but "Default")ProfilesDirectoryProgramDataPublic

All of these contain paths to the respective directory locations beginning with the Environment Variable %SystemDrive%, which normally expands to "C:" (unless you use a different drive letter for Windows, which I do not). That means, for example, that when looking for the Default profile directory, Windows Update attempts to access "C:\Users\Default". For whatever reason, Windows Update will NOT resolve the junction at C:\Users pointing to my D:\Users and, by extension, will not find D:\Users\Default. I fixed this by replacing %SystemDrive% with "D:" for the appropriate paths so that Windows Update had a direct path to the built-in profiles and \Users directory. The update then worked on the first try!

If you have been pulling your hair out over this one and have tried everything else (The Windows Update repair tool, etc) and nothing seems to work and you have made this modification to your system and have NOT already updated your registry to reflect the new location of your profiles, this may be exactly what you are looking for - and may also prevent this problem in the future should another update touch something in the profiles (probably tweaking something in \Users\Default so that new users created have the fix already applied).

Please note that I have NOT tried anything else after doing this (creating accounts, etc) so TRY THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK, and please TEST, TEST, TEST. If I run into any issues I will report back to this thread. Hope that saved a headache!

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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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   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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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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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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Quote:




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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In 2015, we saw Microsoft issued a total of 18 Cumulative Updates to Windows 10, the last on December 17, 2015. In this post we continue tracking the trends 2016..26 days later ... 20. January 12, 2016 - 19th Cumulative Update for Windows 10 version 1511 (Build 10536.63): January 12, 2016 issued via KB312426315 days later ...21. January 27, 2016 - 20th Cumulative Update for Windows 10 version 1511 (Build 10586.71): January 27, 2016 issued via KB312426213 days later ...22. February 9, 2016 - 21st Cumulative Update for Windows 10 version 1511 (Build 10586.104): February 9, 2016 issued via KB3135173. Unlike all previous Cumulative Updates, this one comes with a Changelog or Release Notes regarding what is in the Update.1 day later ...February 10, 2016 - Microsoft launches Windows 10 update history site to share update release notes. In addition Microsoft TechNet uploaded Windows 10 release information site. 6 day later ...23. February 16, 2016 - 22nd Cumulative Update for Windows 10 version 1511: (Build 10586.112): February 16, 2016 issued outside normal Windows Update distribution system - More info available HERE14 days later ...24. March 1, 2016 - 23rd Cumulative Update for Windows 10 version 1511: (build 10586.122): March 1, 2016 issued via KB3140743. At the same time Microsoft also issued the first Servicing stack update for Windows 10 Version 1511 via KB3139907.7 days later ...25. March 8, 2016 - 24th Cumulative Update for Windows 10 version 1511 (Build 10586.164): M... Read more

A:Tracking Cumulative Updates for W10 Ver 1511 for Posterity

That looks like the longest gap we've had between Cumulative updates, although the holiday season is part of the reason.I suspect Win 10 "out of the box" is relatively bug free now. Those with problems are folk who have upgraded from some Win 7 or 8. Definitely some mess ups there which I doubt MS will ever address.Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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Hello all.
Running windows 10 pro 64 bit.
I've updated from Version 1511 to the anniversary update, 1607.
Or at least, I thought I did.
The update went well, no hiccups, no errors. Used windows update, let it downloaded and install and rebooted. Alas, system still shows OS Version 1511.
Used update again, same thing, rebooted, 1511.
Went to the windows site, downloaded the windows10upgrade9252.exe, ran it, same exact issue, rebooted, still showing version 1511.
Error logs show no issues. Disabled all external drives, turned off anti-virus, etc, repeated, rinsed, rebooted, still version 1511.
Only think I've not done is burned an ISO to DVD and updated from that.
Any clues as to what's going on?
Thanks!
Nelson Davis

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Another annoying bug in 1511 update.

After the update to 1511, if you use "fast-switch user" functionality, you sill loose icon positions of the currently logged in user. All icons will be swept up to the left side of the screen.

More precisely:
- Let's say the user is currently logged in as user A and has neatly arranged icons on their desktop
- Without logging out, the user switches to user B account (user A remains logged in)
- The user logs out of user B account
- The user returns to user A account. At this point all icons on user A desktop have lost their positions. They are swept to the left side of the desktop
EDIT: Further investigation shows that problem occurs only on machines with display scaling set to some non-100% value.

A:1511 does not keep desktop icon positions when switching users

I notice that there are quite a few reports on the Net that ESET NOD32 used to cause a similar issue. I do run ESET NOD32. I wonder if this is caused by ESET again...

Can someone without ESET installed try this?

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Hello all.
Running windows 10 pro 64 bit.
I've updated from Version 1511 to the anniversary update, 1607.
Or at least, I thought I did.
The update went well, no hiccups, no errors. Used windows update, let it downloaded and install and rebooted. Alas, system still shows OS Version 1511.
Used update again, same thing, rebooted, 1511.
Went to the windows site, downloaded the windows10upgrade9252.exe, ran it, same exact issue, rebooted, still showing version 1511.
Error logs show no issues. Disabled all external drives, turned off anti-virus, etc, repeated, rinsed, rebooted, still version 1511.
Only think I've not done is burned an ISO to DVD and updated from that.
Any clues as to what's going on?
Thanks!
Nelson Davis

A:windows 10 update from version 1511 to 1607 anniversary update - does not update

Can you check to see what OS version you have? Check in settings > system > OS build. It should show something like 14393.5 or 14393.10

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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
Attachment 333123
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Attachment 333121

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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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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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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 have been attempting various 'fixes' on a Dell Inspiron N5010 laptop since the release of Windows-10 Build-1511.  The original Win-10 installation was fine but the 1511 Update consistently failed at 40% (23% into the Drivers & Features part).  Non of the 'fixes I tried actually worked and the installation continued to collapse at 40%.
Last night I was trying a new (to me) Driver Updating program from Auslogics (Driver Updater) in an attempt to fix an issue on my Advent Desktop - after purchasing the full copy of the driver updater it downloaded drivers which other driver update programs had not found before and it DID fix my issue.  Consequently, I decided to try it on the Dell laptop as I wondered if it was a driver issue that was preventing the update to Build 1511.
The Auslogics Driver Updater found half a dozen drivers that Neither Driver Max nor Driver Booster 3 had found and after installing them I tried the Windows Update again.  This time it ran through to completion without any problems at all.  I am still uncertain as to which of the drivers was the problem but obviously Microsoft needs to take a look at their update code and to download necessary drivers when an issue is identified (or at least give a more meaningful error message than merely "The update has failed".

I hope this helps others with the same or similar problems with the 1511 update.  I would be interested to hear how you go on.
Steve

A:Failure of Windows-10 Update at 40% After 1511 Update

STEVEMCBILL,
Unfortunately, not all computers are going to be able to run Windows 10 due to lack of drivers as you know. Hopefully, the next Windows 10 update will include more drivers.

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have vista home basic, must have driver failure, anything I download when I try to load it, I get the messafe: invalid directory

A:invalid direcory

Hi and welcome to TSF try running sfc /scannow to check the file integrity

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Ihave a dell inspiron 620s computer.
AfterWindows 10 1511 big update, icons rearrange to left whenever computerwake up from sleep. It's a matter of driver? If it is, where can Ifind it? I scanned at Intel and it said that no driver needed.
Graphiccard: AMD Radeon HD 6450

A:Bug after 1511 update

Check the options selected when you right click empty area of the Desktop, under View.
Auto Arrange icons, Align to grid are they checked ? Also the selection for Sort By, how you want them sorted, by Name, so on...
As far as it being the Video card driver this is not what is causing this to happen.

Here is your driver for this card http://www.amd.com/en-us/products/gr...top/6000/6450#

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Any idea why my desktop (Upgraded from Win 7 to Win 10 in August) is not seeing the Nov update to install?

My new laptop (pre-installed with Win 10) found it right away!

A "check for updates" doesn't find it.

A:PC not seeing the Nov 1511 update

You can use the media creation tool to upgrade to version 1511. Windows 10 ISO Download - Windows 10 Forums . Use option two and choose upgrade this computer, and keep apps and files.

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I have an old Dell Inspiron 1420 laptop. 2.5 g of RAM. Intel DuoCore. Runs Win 10 without difficulty. Did all updates until 1511 and then won't update. Goes through the procedures and stops halfway through. Tried it many times.

Ran SFC and it found no problems.

Tried Reinstalls but always returns to pre-1511 version.

Is there any way to download the most current version and install, or must you always install pre-1511 and update?

Thanks,

JS

A:Can't update to 1511

Originally Posted by janesmith230


I have an old Dell Inspiron 1420 laptop. 2.5 g of RAM. Intel DuoCore. Runs Win 10 without difficulty. Did all updates until 1511 and then won't update. Goes through the procedures and stops halfway through. Tried it many times.

Ran SFC and it found no problems.

Tried Reinstalls but always returns to pre-1511 version.

Is there any way to download the most current version and install, or must you always install pre-1511 and update?

Thanks,

JS



Hi janesmith230 and welcome to Tenforums.

Yes, you can download the most recent General Release from MS TechBench, mount the ISO, and run setup.exe. It's basically the same procedure as an in-place upgrade.

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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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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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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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How can I stop windows update to version 1511 installing in Windows 10 Home?

A:Windows 10 Nov update to 1511

Hi, please consider options 4 & 5 in the following:
Windows Update Automatic Updates - Enable or Disable in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums

Note the comment earlier that the reg file/GPO methods are inapplicable to the Home edition.

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trying to upgrade my windows 10 via windows update,it has failed many times now iam thinking of using the other ways to upgrade soIf I was to use media creation tool or iso clean install method would I need my activation key? This is because my computer came with windows 8.1 pre-installed. If I do need my activation key, is there a way for me to get it?

A:windows 10 1511 update need help!!

Same hardware & same Windows 10 version = NO key required.

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Hi all,

I have a Samsung Laptop which has Windows 7 Home edition on it. I have upgraded it to the Windows 10 Home and all is fine. Windows now informs me that an upgrade version 1511, 10586 is ready to update so I clicked check for udates and it says click to download, which it has, then it says click to install, so I clicked install it then tries to install the new update but keeps on reverting to click RETRY. I have looked for advice on here and I have downloaded a .bat update resetting file, performed this and restarted my laptop. I then tried to check for updates and it finds the same update version 1511, 10586, I then run the install again, but the same thing keeps happening all the time, cant work this out at all.

Regards

Alan

A:1511 10586 update

Suggestion :
Use one of the following 2 download links, download the ISO file and do an in-place upgrade install.

Media Creation Tool (MCT)
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/windows10

Tech Bench
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/softw...load/techbench

Download the ISO file > right click at the iso > click Mount > click Setup.exe.
You can keep the settings, files and apps.
No product key needed.
Activation is automatic.

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Just got this update, it downloaded but failed to install with error:

Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3122947) - Error 0x80070643

A:KB3122947 1511 update - anybody else get this?

Originally Posted by Geneo


Just got this update, it downloaded but failed to install with error:

Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3122947) - Error 0x80070643



Yep! - Same here!

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All the articles on this update fail to specify Home or Pro!
I have Pro, and have not received the update. It would stand to reason that the number 1511 would be reserved for one or the other version...but I note that some of the functionality that is supposed to be in this update is not available to me on my machine.
I contacted MS Support and they advised me that the update is for Home rather than Pro users, and that Pro machines are on a different cycle and already have the functionality of the update. I tested this, however, with the Settings|Start Menu item that in the update should allow an extra column of tiles i.e. "show more tiles"; that option does not appear on my build.
I have no idea what this is about, and again note that the articles touting this update do not specify home or pro...I'd like the functionality (but not enough to PAY to revert to a different, supposedly less-functional version of the OS, to do so).
Thoughts?

A:Windows 10 Pro and 1511 update

Originally Posted by ljaygould


All the articles on this update fail to specify Home or Pro!
I have Pro, and have not received the update. It would stand to reason that the number 1511 would be reserved for one or the other version...but I note that some of the functionality that is supposed to be in this update is not available to me on my machine.
I contacted MS Support and they advised me that the update is for Home rather than Pro users, and that Pro machines are on a different cycle and already have the functionality of the update. I tested this, however, with the Settings|Start Menu item that in the update should allow an extra column of tiles i.e. "show more tiles"; that option does not appear on my build.
I have no idea what this is about, and again note that the articles touting this update do not specify home or pro...I'd like the functionality (but not enough to PAY to revert to a different, supposedly less-functional version of the OS, to do so).
Thoughts?




Hi, exactly what build and version do you see?
There are easy ways to get current without waiting for the upgrade notice from Msft
Home or Pro has nothing to do with it

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My PC has so far still not downloaded the big November update. Windows Update seems to be doing its stuff though, as it is still finding small updates to apply on a regular basis. One problem though - it regularly finds, and fails to install update KB3081704. This is the update for the free DVD player, which Windows update already installed way back in July! Anyhow, I'm wondering if it is this failure that is somehow causing Windows to avoid the big update.

So - I know you can install the latest and shiniest version of Windows via the Media Creation Tool, but is there anyway to do this without losing all my installed programmes and settings?

Cheers,

Cliff

A:Manual Update to 1511

You can download 1511 and mount the ISO. From there run the setup and that will perform the upgrade and you'll keep everything.

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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I installed Windows 10 around the time it came out, much to my delight I faced no problems with it, but now after reading about this 'November Update' that touts many of the features I wanted back. I read on Microsoft's own site that to get the update I would have to of had Windows 10 for 31+ Plus days e.g. a day over the time limit to go back to Win 8.1 or 7. It's long past the 31 days but the "Go back to Windows 7" is still there?

A:Can't update to windows 10 Pro, version 1511

I'm not sure why you are looking in the recovery settings for the update. If you haven't gotten it through windows update you can use this tutorial to get an iso of the update. Windows 10 ISO Download - Windows 10 Forums .

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Hey, I just bought my laptop 2 days ago and it's working just fine but I cannot update it to Windows 10 build 1511 from Windows Update. After it asks me to restart my laptop it goes through the install but after the final step gets to 100% it just says "Going back to previous version of windows." or something like that. And it is an upgrade from Windows 10 build to another not from Windows 7/8 to Windows 10. I'm wondering if any of you have had this same issue.
My laptop is Acer Aspire V 15 V3-574-5676 and it's serial number is NXG1KED054***
 
[edited for privacy-please do not post personal or unique information such as but not limited to full names, email addresses, phone numbers, full serial numbers, etc.]

A:Cannot update to Windows 10 build 1511

I have the same problem. My Windows 10 version is still build 10240. I can't update to 1511.I have tried Windows Update, Upgrade assistant for Win 10, and Media Creation Tool. Nothing works. I wonder if this has anything to do with Acer blocking us from updating the graphic drivers etc. It seems Acer has "locked" my PC for OS and driver updates. Really annoyed right now. The error message I get using Media Creation Tool is:"windows 10 upgrade failed with 0x80073B92 - 0x20009 failed in the SAFE OS phase"

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Microsoft had released the KB3122947-1511 Update a day back and few user were facing an issue to install this update and was ending up with a error.




Installation Failure: Windows failed to install the following update with error 0x80070643: Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3122947).Click to expand...

A fix was found to this update by running the update manually using elevated Command Prompt.

If you are facing the same issue with the update, here is the fix. Please follow the steps

Run Command Prompt as Admin
Type the following code in the command promptand press Enter.

Code:
dism /online /add-package /packagepath:C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download\c4a1b8896ce9fbfea96c1ee6890d52a5\windows10.0-kb3122947-x64.cab
You will see the successful installation quotes.




That's it! It worked for me, and it would work for you too.
Thankyou
 

A:Fix KB3122947 1511 Update Issue

thanks

but i dont give this update after click update windos say me your Device is updateded !
 

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Hello,

This computer specifically is the only one in my house which is not receiving the November update (Threshold 2 or version 1511, whatever you want to call it)
When checking for updates in Windows Update, it always says it's up to date.

Any reason why this happening?
Two laptops and another desktop (that desktop got upgraded from windows 8 tot windows 10 two days ago and it already has it) did receive the November update, so this issue is not bound to my region not having the update received yet.
I upgraded this PC from windows 7 to 10 back in august, so it is has nothing to do with the 1-month-thingy (not receiving november update because you only upgraded to win10 less than a month ago)
It's running Win10 Home and not Win10 Pro, so it doesn't have that option to postpone updates.
Thank you for your time and effort.

A:November update (1511) not arriving

Can't tell you why it's happening, but can provide a solution:
Windows 10

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Hey, I just bought my laptop 2 days ago and it's working just fine but I cannot update it to Windows 10 build 1511 from Windows Update. After it asks me to restart my laptop it goes through the install but after the final step gets to 100% it just says "Going back to previous version of windows." or something like that. And it is an upgrade from Windows 10 build to another not from Windows 7/8 to Windows 10. I'm wondering if any of you have had this same issue.My laptop is Acer Aspire V 15 V3-574-5676 and it's serial number is NXG1KED054541016D97600.

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I'm having trouble with my Windows 10 recently. After noticing i can't download the new Forza 6 Apex, i found out that my Windows 10 is some old version. (Compliation 10240)

Until there was ok, "oh i just need to update it". But here comes the problem : My Windows 10 DOES NOT UPDATE FOR HELL.

I've tried everything, using the Windows Update app, downloading from Media Creation Tool, downloading the ISO to a USB stick from Media Creation Tool (Says "Not possible to install correctly, please reboot and try again" or whatever). Nothing works.

I dont know what the hell i need to do, and yes, i do have 100GB of free space.

Right now my Windows Update downloads this file : > windows10.0-kb3147461-x64-express < And i have tried to use CDM to install it, as i saw this forum, but didn't worked as well. It failed around 70% or something.

I can't really make a clean instal (format) on my HDD, so i don't know what else to do.

Anyone that could help, i would be glad.

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Hi,

I have been trying to install this update for quite some time now, and actually even waited two weeks to see if this problem wasn't going to resolve itself, but apparently, i'm out of luck. It seems that this update fails to install every time i try to restart. I have tried re-downloading the update by deleting the files that were downloaded, but that didn't work, so i think we can rule out file corruption.

What i don't understand is, it doesn't even try to install the update. When it restarts, it doesn't say "Windows is installing updates, please don't turn off your computer." It just reboots normally, and when it boots up again, i get a notification saying that Windows has failed to install updates.

I've tried running a sfc/scannow and DISM check, but also no luck. Any suggestions on how to install this? Maybe there is a way to download this update manually, and install it through an ISO? Would appreciate any help.

Thanks,
Alex

A:Can't install Win 10 1511 10586 update

Originally Posted by AlexRD


Maybe there is a way to download this update manually, and install it through an ISO? Would appreciate any help.

Thanks,
Alex



Here are 2 links for you to choose from. Both will get you to install version 10586 :

Media Creation Tool:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/windows10

Tech Bench:
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/softw...load/techbench

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Found version 10586 1511 fixed random hangups on certain apps. Since I updated my R5 471T haven't seen one hangup. These were ocurring all the time. 

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I'm on Win 10 (build 10240). I hadn't been getting updates for a while so did some troubleshooting and started to receive the updates yesterday, including the major November update 1511

But the upgrade didn't complete. It went to the booting black screen with a circle and number in the middle and progressed up to a certain point but then rolled back the changes. This happened twice and now when I check for updates, it says device is up to date and won't even show the 1511 update.

Any ideas?

A:Update 1511 appeared then disappeared

Instead of using Windows Update to install, you may get better result using one of the following links :
Media Creation Tool ( MCT ) :
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/windows10

Tech Bench
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/softw...load/techbench

Using MCT as example................
Download the Tool and run it.
Then select Create installation media for another PC
That will begin downloading the ISO file to your computer.
When download is completed, RIGHT click at the ISO > click Mount > click Setup.exe.
That will begin installing Windows 10.
You have the choice of keeping settings, files and apps, or keeping nothing.
No product key is required.
Activation will be automatic.

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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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Hiya

A remote code execution vulnerability exists in Internet Explorer due to attempts to access previously freed memory when handling script errors in certain situations. An attacker could exploit the vulnerability by constructing a specially crafted Web page. If a user viewed the Web page, the vulnerability could allow remote code execution. An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could take complete control of an affected system.
A remote code execution vulnerability exists in the way Internet Explorer interprets certain DHTML script function calls to incorrectly created elements. An attacker could exploit the vulnerability by constructing a specially crafted Web page that could potentially allow remote code execution if a user viewed the Web page. An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could take complete control of an affected system.
An information disclosure vulnerability exists in Internet Explorer in the way that drag and drop operations are handled in certain situations. An attacker could exploit the vulnerability by constructing a specially crafted Web page that could allow for information disclosure if a user viewed and interacted with the Web page. An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability would be able to retrieve files from the Temporary Internet Files (TIF) folder on a user’s system.
An information disclosure vulnerability exists in Internet Explorer in certain scenarios where the path to the cached ... Read more

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Hi there

after applying the latest cumulative updates IE11 is now broken on my system (W10 pro X-64)..

Often the Main (home page) of a site works but as soon as you link to other links in the site garbled text often appears.

Here's an example from BBC website. Main news page opens but link to a story and :




One can partly fix by pressing F12 and setting IE compatibility to IE10 or IE9.

Cheers
jimbo

A:latest cumulative update breaks IE11

Mine seems ok, but Microsoft did say they were killing IE off:

How often do you delete the browser cache.

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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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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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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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Just wondering how/if it's possible to just get security and stability updates after these changes come next month?
I am a home user, so I don't have access to WSUS or whatever.

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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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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.

* * * * *

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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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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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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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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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.)

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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Quote:




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


Quote:




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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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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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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I tried two times to update, but without any success (many updates before passed without a problem). At the end PC reported that there is a problem and showed for a short time a blue window with the error code and a link to a support. But time was too short to note it and I don't know where to find this report. Is it possible to find it?

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Just received a cumulative update for 14342.

A:New Cumulative Update for Insider Build 14342

Yep, got this update here too. Interesting.
I think we'll have a Feedback Hub post about this patch in a few hours.

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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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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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The update won't install due to space... and it wanted 5 GB which I managed to do but now it says 9 or 10 GB it needs free.  There's nothing else to delete application wise to free up that much space.
I'm willing to wipe the machine clean and do a fresh install to start from this latest stable Windows 10 update.  I read all the forums here for space issues but I couldn't find instructions for doing a clean install... I download the Media Creation Tool to download an ISO to an attached SSD drive (which has plenty of space... and Windows Update initially asked if it could download to a different location and I pointed it to the SSD drive but it apparently still needs 9-10 GB of "local" drive space free to do the update.
Anyhow...  can you tell me what license keys I need to find and where and what process I can go through to download an installable version of the latest Windows 10 version and properly install it on this 3050?  
I repeat... I've uninstalled every installable program that's not core to the OS and still can't free up enough space... Windows 10 Update won't use any of the free space on the USB attached SSD so that's not an option either.

A:Inspiron 3050 Windows 10 1511 Update

I would greatly appreciate any solutions to adhocergo's issue. I have the same problem!  

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I have a Gateway FX6831 desktop (my wife's not the computer listed under my specs) with a Intel I7-860 cpu, a Intel SSD and running Windows 7 64 bit OEM. All Win 7 updates are installed. I have a AMD Radeon HD 5850 graphcis card with driver 15.200.1062.1004 installed. The system BIOS is P01-B1. No update is available.The monitor is an ACER H2233H at 1920 X 1080 resolution. Everything works great.
My problem: When I update to Win 10 ver 1511 the graphics driver reverts to the MS std VGA driver. And I get BSOD after a few minutes. The message is "System_Threat_Exception_Not handled" or "System_service_Exception" error code "ATIKMPag.sys_Exception". I have booted into SAFE mode a downloaded the latest AMD HD 5850 driver and it won't install properly and get message to contact AMD support. The computer is 4 years old so I doubt AMD will offer free support. As a result I have a poor resolution screen using the MS VGA driver and a unstable system. I have rolled back to Win 7 but would still like to upgrade to Win 10. Any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated.

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Good morning everyone! My updates show that 1511, 10586 is ready and will install after a restart. Well after it restarts it does nothing at all. Just restarts normally. It is set to auto restart so it just pops up in the middle of everything to restart and still does nothing. This is driving me crazy.... Any advice?

Thanks

Geeve

Edit: I tried to reset update and it acted like it redownloaded, but still no love

A:Update Version 1511, 10586 Won't install

OK I finally got it to take. I used this thread and batch file made by the awesome @Brink

Thank you so much for making this batch file! I am now updated!

Here is the thread for what worked for me:

Windows Update - Reset in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums

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I have Windows 10 Pro, Version 1511. I've not updated to Version 1607 because of FUD regarding the NVIDIA drivers. Starting a couple of days ago, just after a Windows update, I have a 1511 problem: when I boot up, the displays (I have 4) blink at seemingly random times, and also power on and off at strange times. I wait but never see Windows fully loaded.

I read somewhere that F5 was the key to use to go into safe mode (I remain unsure about the veracity of that claim). But, in desperation, I tried the F5 key: it didn't appear to go into safe mode, and booted up normally, giving me a clean system.

I suspect this is a device driver problem: should I go to NVIDIA's website and just download the latest device driver? I've had NVIDIA problems on various platforms starting about six months before the original RTM release, and all three of my Windows 10 platforms have NVIDIA display adapters.

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First of all I would like to thank the Microsoft for all of the great things they have done to improve windows update in this recent OS release.

So I have tried to install this update 2 times. Both attempts have left ubuntu un-bootable.
I will fix this problem, eventually. Not tonight, I'm too tired and busy. After that I am likely to do one of two things.
1) Disable the winupdate service or whatever in win10
2) Format the issue at its source.

It is silly... amateur. How can it be, that not one geek working at microsoft, who dual boots windows 10 and ubuntu, took notice of this hostile update?
The whole can disable/can't disable updates based on the version of your windows just feels very high school drama-ish. Why as the owner of my pc, should I not have the power to delegate software updates as I see fit. Does microsoft own my pc or do I own my pc?

To be honest I really don't even care, I just want easy to download (i'm on old school dsl) and safe to install updates.

Just a warning I guess, to other dual booters.

A:Warning: Update 1511 tinkering with partitions?

I appreciate your frustration, but your execution of Microsoft might be a bit premature.

I am dual booting Win 10 Home version 10586.17 with Linux Mint 17.2 xfce.
After reading your post, I went to check out my Linux.
I had no problem booting to Linux at all.

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I have Windows 10 Pro Version 1511, OS Build 10586.589.

Windows continually attempts to download and install the anniversary upgrade.
The download completes, but the installation fails with error code 0x800700c1.
This has happened more than 50 times.
(As appears quite common, I have never experienced an update error before.)

I have tried every suggested fix I can find - nothing works.
I have tried installing from 1607 ISO - fails
I have tried installing using Windows10Upgrade28084.exe - fails
I have tried letting Microsoft Support have a go - fails

I am unable to find the meaning of the error code above, so there seems to be no way to effect action here.
Does anybody have any knowledge on this one?

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I was doing reasonably well with Windows 10 after doing a clean installation. There have been some problems with third-party software, but that's not entirely unexpected.

However, since the 1511 update, IE11 and Chrome don't work very well. Chrome is slow and won't load some images, and IE11 often won't even load a page.

(To answer what is probably an obvious question, Edge has no trouble loading pages and does so quickly. However, it keeps downloading some kind of adware from various sites without permission, and that's unacceptable.)

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

A:IE11 and Chrome don't work after the 1511 update

Reinstalling those two, specially Chrome can help a lot. Some even report that Chrome wouldn't work at all after that update.

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I was doing reasonably well with Windows 10 after doing a clean installation. There have been some problems with third-party software, but that's not entirely unexpected.

However, since the 1511 update, IE11 and Chrome don't work very well. Chrome is slow and won't load some images, and IE11 often won't even load a page.

(To answer what is probably an obvious question, Edge has no trouble loading pages and does so quickly. However, it keeps downloading some kind of adware from various sites without permission, and that's unacceptable.)

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

A:IE11 and Chrome don't work after the 1511 update

Reinstalling those two, specially Chrome can help a lot. Some even report that Chrome wouldn't work at all after that update.

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We are seeing one of the latest updates fail for Flash.
I even downloaded it from the catalog and it failed to install.

What should my next step be?
Presumably one wants this to be installed.

Nothing I've found seems to quite fit this current issue.

This applies to well more than one computer and I wouldn't call them "unusual" in any way!!

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Windows 10 update to 1511, 10586 freezes at "Preparing to install updates 32%".
When this happened I did a search and followed the following:
ran
net stop wuauserv
net stop bits
Restarted and tried deleting all in c:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution but some wouldn't, so..
Restarted, stopped the above processes and successfully deleted all under c:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution
Reran the update.
"Checking for updates" took 10 minutes and then it stopped with "There were some problems ...."
Clicked Retry and off it went for about 35 minutes until freezing on "Preparing to install updates 32%" once again.
I left it for another hour but no change to 32% (in fact its still there now).
Ive been running Windows 10 since August without an serious problems.
Basically - help please.

A:Windows 10 update to 1511, 10586 freezes

Originally Posted by johnhenry


Windows 10 update to 1511, 10586 freezes at "Preparing to install updates 32%".
When this happened I did a search and followed the following:
ran
net stop wuauserv
net stop bits
Restarted and tried deleting all in c:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution but some wouldn't, so..
Restarted, stopped the above processes and successfully deleted all under c:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution
Reran the update.
"Checking for updates" took 10 minutes and then it stopped with "There were some problems ...."
Clicked Retry and off it went for about 35 minutes until freezing on "Preparing to install updates 32%" once again.
I left it for another hour but no change to 32% (in fact its still there now).
Ive been running Windows 10 since August without an serious problems.
Basically - help please.



Seems to me you were using Windows Update to install Win 10 10586.
If yes, suggest that you try one of the following links and give it a try...............

Media Creation Tool :
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/windows10

Tech Bench :
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/softw...load/techbench

My suggestions : assuming you are trying to update Win 10 10586 from an "older" Win 10 version.
1. Download the ISO from the link > save it to your computer.
Then RIGHT click at the ISO file > click Mount > click Setup.exe > installation will begin.
No product key is required. Activ... Read more

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Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP (KB942615)

The above update keeps failing when I try to install it. Have waited a few days in between in case it was corrupt and had to be fixed. Still no joy. Is it just my laptop or is anyone else having this issue?

Thanks,
 

A:Unable to install latest IE Cumulative Security Update

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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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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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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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Dear support forum boards.
we have got lots of users in our business were this update fails but it also takes down all of the other updates that are due with it, is anyone else having the problem
KB3124275
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/.../ms16-001.aspx

A:Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (3124903)

I have KB3124275 on two system without any problems.

Windows 7.64 Pro/SP-1 and Home Premium/64-SP-1. Both use I.E. 11.

What business are you in?

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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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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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Hiya

Sticking this one in here, for a week

This is two fold:

A vulnerability exists in ISA Server 2000 because of the way that it handles malformed HTTP requests. An attacker could exploit the vulnerability by constructing a malicious HTTP request that could potentially allow an attacker to poison the cache of the affected ISA server. As a result, the attacker could either bypass content restrictions and access content that they would normally not have access to or they could cause users to be directed to unexpected content. Additionally, an attacker could use this in combination with a separate Cross Site Scripting vulnerability to obtain sensitive information such as logon credentials.

An elevation of privilege vulnerability exists in ISA Server 2000 that could allow an attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability to create a NetBIOS connection with an ISA Server by utilizing the NetBIOS (all) predefined packet filter. The attacker would be limited to services that use the NetBIOS protocol running on the affected ISA Server.

Affected Software:

• Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2000 Service Pack 2
Note The following software programs include ISA Server 2000. Customers who use these software programs should install the provided ISA Server 2000 security update.
• Microsoft Small Business Server 2000
• Microsoft Small Business Server 2003 Premium Edition


http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/Bulletin/MS05-034.mspx

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A:Cumulative Security Update for ISA Server 2000 (899753)

unsticking now
 

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Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 8 (KB2838727) isn't working very well on my laptop.
On installing this, after rebooting I'm a stuck on blue screen saying that the PC has encountered an error and needs to restart. It also shows an error code like 0xc000021a. While that message is displayed, a percentage meter goes to 100 and the PC is automatically rebooted.

Then it tries to diagnose and repair but fails and says that the PC could not be repaired and a Srt log file is saved.

Then the only thing which saves me is going to the Advanced Options within that recovery mode and restoring a system point.
Can someone help me on this? What exactly in this update is crashing my PC?

I had opened a similar thread in the BSODs category of the website, but now that I have realized that it's more related to a Windows Update I'm opening a thread here.

Thanks.

Regards,
Abhishek Sharma

A:Cumulative Security Update (KB2838727) causing crashes

You might want to check this link: KB2838727 and KB2845533 gives error code: 80073712 - Microsoft Community

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I can't get the Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 11 (KB3038314) to install. I keep getting an error that is 80092004.

Is there a workaround for this issue?

A:Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 11 (KB3038314)

I'm having the same problem on my notebook.

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