Windows says 1 notification for me ... but there are none

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  1. Posts : 78
    Windows 10
       #31

    PoorUserName said:
    The false notification is back, And i have notifications enabled in background apps as mentioned in the post above.

    If i hove the mouse pointer over the notification it says "notifications not enabled", If i right-click the notification and select turn on notifications, Notifications still show as "not enabled"
    John.

    What does running Winver tell you your version and build are John? I was updated to v1809 build 17763.194 two nights back and so far every aspect of notifications I was having problems with hasn't recurred. I only hope that continues to be the case.
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  2. Posts : 6
    Windows 10
       #32

    ohante said:
    What does running Winver tell you your version and build are John? I was updated to v1809 build 17763.194 two nights back and so far every aspect of notifications I was having problems with hasn't recurred. I only hope that continues to be the case.
    Now : Version 1803 Build 17134.471

    I will see if i can force an update.

    John.
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  3. Posts : 6
    Windows 10
       #33

    Is there no edit for the posts?

    EDIT: I just updated to 1809 Build 17763.194, My firewall was blocking Windows updates.
    I will have to wait a day or two to see if the false notification is fixed.

    John.
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  4. Posts : 78
    Windows 10
       #34

    PoorUserName said:
    Is there no edit for the posts?

    I have the option to edit posts, and can still edit old posts as long as I've logged in PoorUserName.

    PoorUserName said:
    EDIT: I just updated to 1809 Build 17763.194, My firewall was blocking Windows updates.
    I will have to wait a day or two to see if the false notification is fixed.

    John.

    Well with my system running 24/7, today I found the notification icon was white indicating I had new notifications. But none were displayed when I opened it. The Services options panel showed the service was running. I stopped it and restarted it, but still no notifications were displayed.

    So I rebooted the system, found the notifications icon dark, indicating either no new notifications, or that existing notifications have been read. When I opened it I found 3-4 notifications I'd not yet seen. So there's still something is rotten in the state of Windows 10 even with the v1809 Build 17763.194 update.
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  5. Posts : 1
    windows 10
       #35

    margrave55 said:
    I finally found my fix.
    From the command line I can run sc query state= all
    If I search the results for these two strings: WpnService and WpnUserService_.
    ... I get two names: WpnService and WpnUserService_7e8d2
    The name of the latter one will vary from time to time. In this case the suffix is 7e8d2. Next time it might be different.

    Anyway ... if I run these four commands, all is well again.
    net stop WpnService
    net start WpnService
    net stop WpnUserService_7e8d2
    net start WpnUserService_7e8d2

    Since I run Cygwin (a Linux emulator), I wrapped up all of that into a script:
    Code:
    for item in WpnService WpnUserService_
    do
      service_name=$(sc query state= all | d2u | grep "$item" | grep "^SERVICE" | sed -e "s/.*: //")
      echo "$service_name"
      echo "y" | net stop  "$service_name"
      echo "y" | net start "$service_name"
    done
    exit 0
    Hi I downloaded Cygwin and tried to run this code but it didn't work
    I have the same problem
    Can you guess why the code might not work?
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  6. Posts : 984
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    Thread Starter
       #36

    Does it run?
    Does it give any error messages?
    In the Services control panel ... can you find the services called WpnService and WpnUserService_xxxxx ?
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