Warning: 1809 Update still has issues

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  1. Posts : 470
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       #11

    dalchina said:
    a.MSI would test it on the PC
    b. many major manufacturers maintain lists of PCs approved for use with Win10.
    c. Some of those split those lists into builds.

    Certainly worth asking and whether MSI publishes such a list.

    You need to separate in your mind issues of the basic OS, and the millions of different driver configurations that must be maintained. MS cannot test build 1809 with each and every PC configuration to which it could be delivered.

    There is this list (2015)
    Windows 10 MDA Microsites

    Hopefully there's an up to date on somewhere.

    So basically Windows 1809 does not run on my MSI Titan GT80 SLI and it's their problem. Not Microsoft.

    It wipes out the drivers and I have to reinstall them.
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  2. Clintlgm's Avatar
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       #12

    I think most of us with notebooks are aware that our notebooks have modified drivers for some of the hardware. I have driver updates blocked and that allows me to update drivers as Asus or Dell offer them or sometimes the hardware manufacturers themselves will have an update. Enable or Disable Driver Updates in Windows Update in Windows 10 | Tutorials will show you how to do the same.
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       #13

    dalchina said:
    You need to separate in your mind issues of the basic OS, and the millions of different driver configurations that must be maintained. MS cannot test build 1809 with each and every PC configuration to which it could be delivered.
    I seem to recall a number of feature updates that has broken quite a few systems, including OEMs' supported systems. More specifically, I had some clients, whose Dell desktops/laptop would not boot after the 1709 feature update.

    If you separate the basic OS and its monthly or so security updates, there seems to be much less issues related to these updates. As others have stated, MS should allow people to opt in for security updates only. Instead of spoon feeding everyone the newest Candy Crush, other apps, etc., that most people don't want. Just my dime...
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  4. Porthos's Avatar
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       #14

    Instead of spoon feeding everyone the newest Candy Crush, other apps, etc., that most people don't want. Just my dime...
    I never see those. I have those blocked.
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  5. bro67's Avatar
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       #15

    dictum said:
    Please do not bury this in a technical sub-forum, this needs to be in the General issues. It's not a technical issue at this point, that has been resolved, but again 1809 messes up some of my drivers. Microsoft needs to see this and it needs to get the maximum exposure and maximum awareness at least in this community. It was a disaster in October and I thought, incorrectly, that they fixed it. Broke my system again yesterday and I am getting very annoyed. I do not need any technical assistance.

    Warning: The 1809 update still has serious problem. Don't bury this thread as you would be doing a disservice to the community. Maybe even consider creating a sticky post. Because if I had see this, I perhaps would have delayed the update.

    I think at this point it's more of a management issue, don't miss the forest for the trees.
    Microsoft has nothing to do with this forum. It is a known issue with the 18xx series updates that some drivers are not ready for MS to allow for updates, which you can turn that behavior off, so that Windows does not update your drivers. It has been that way for a while.
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  6. Posts : 470
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       #16

    Do we have a solution for this problem?

    Other than reinstalling the driver every time?
    never see those. I have those blocked
    How?
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  7. Posts : 470
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       #17

    Microsoft has nothing to do with this forum. It is a known issue with the 18xx series updates that some drivers are not ready for MS to allow for updates
    Apparently you are shifting the focus from MS to writers of these drivers. Well, who produces 18xx series of updates? Hm.

    Everything was working just fine before 1809, I don't need it or want it and don't want it shoved down my throat but MS treats my computer like a cell phone and forces the update with no way to disable it. Yeah, I know all these tricks, you can play with install times and metered bandwidth and registry, install 10 Pro, etc. Frustrated with that nonsense.

    Now this sounds like MSI is responsible or the Wifi manufacturer/driver issuer, which is absurd.
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  8. Porthos's Avatar
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       #18

    dictum said:
    How?
    I block the games with UVK. I have the paid one but I 'think" you can do it with the free

    Warning: 1809 Update still has issues-2018-12-18_15h42_36.png

    This might help as well.
    How to stop Windows 10 from installing unwanted Apps
    Prevent Windows 10 From Reinstalling Built-in Apps
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  9. Posts : 470
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       #19

    Interesting, so what is it and where do I get it?

    block the games with UVK
    .

    I have that app that disables privacy violations of Win10, including Cortana, and other stuff, need to look if it encompasses that. I forgot the name of it.


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  10. bro67's Avatar
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       #20

    dictum said:
    Apparently you are shifting the focus from MS to writers of these drivers. Well, who produces 18xx series of updates? Hm.

    Everything was working just fine before 1809, I don't need it or want it and don't want it shoved down my throat but MS treats my computer like a cell phone and forces the update with no way to disable it. Yeah, I know all these tricks, you can play with install times and metered bandwidth and registry, install 10 Pro, etc. Frustrated with that nonsense.

    Now this sounds like MSI is responsible or the Wifi manufacturer/driver issuer, which is absurd.
    No. Microsoft has zero to do with this forum. It is a private forum ran by those who are not affiliated with MS in any way. Anything discussed in here is peer to peer. You may own the computer, but license the OS and anything else you are running on that computer from the company or individuals that developed it. That means that if the developer wishes to no longer support that software, they can pull it. The same with your cellphone.
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