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  1. Joined : Aug 2015
    Posts : 3
    windows 10
       2015-08-16 #30

    drugo said: View Post
    hi
    sorry this folder
    i had several update for nvidia like 5 o 6
    i stopped the update service and delete content of the foldert
    now i got 2 update for nvidia , but i can't get rid of these 2
    w8.1 update module was/is better!
    I solve the problem with this steps:
    1. Install all driver updates ()
    2. Stop windows updates services
    3. Delete all files c:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download\
    4. Start windows updates services
    5. Run wushowhide.diagcab

    Next i install back the old nvidia driver that i had and i run the windows update again.
    Now the 2 records of nvidia drivers are not show any more.
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  2. Joined : Jul 2015
    Posts : 244
    windows 10 pro 64
       2015-08-17 #31

    denis1276 said: View Post
    I solve the problem with this steps:
    1. Install all driver updates ()
    2. Stop windows updates services
    3. Delete all files c:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download\
    4. Start windows updates services
    5. Run wushowhide.diagcab

    Next i install back the old nvidia driver that i had and i run the windows update again.
    Now the 2 records of nvidia drivers are not show any more.
    hi
    i'm happy for you , i was not so lucky , i can not hide the drivers
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  3. Joined : Mar 2014
    Toronto, Canada
    Posts : 130
    Win 7 Ult + 2 x Win 10 Pro - all x64
       2015-08-26 #32

    Why on Earth do Microsoft go out of their way to make life difficult for anyone who doesn't have a Ph.D in Computer Science?
    Hide Update should be an option right there in Windows Update.
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  4. Joined : Oct 2013
    Posts : 17,489
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 15014
       2015-08-26 #33

    Hey Peter,

    The main reason behind all this is to make sure that home computers stay updated with security patches to prevent hacked zombie computers caused by negligent users from running amok on the internet.

    It's inconvenient, but attacks from groups of zombie computers are a lot more inconvenient. Microsoft had just decided that something had to be done since the negligent users don't.

    Of course, on way around all this is to install Windows 10 Pro to be able to use the policy to disable automatic updates to be able to install them when you like instead.
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  5. Joined : Mar 2014
    Toronto, Canada
    Posts : 130
    Win 7 Ult + 2 x Win 10 Pro - all x64
       2015-08-26 #34

    Thanks Shawn. I already did that - set WU to notify me first. (When I look at that setting it states now that it's controlled by my organisation or words to that effect, which in my case is me and GPedit - LOL).
    I just wish one could select which updates to install right now and which ones not, but I understand their predicament as to delinquent users of their systems.
    Maybe a rescan button would be a good idea too.

    BTW referring to previous posts, this was all about an nVidia driver, which now have their own updater software. I noticed it took several minutes for the hiding action done using that tool, for WU to actually stop insisting it needed to install an older driver than I already have.
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  6. Joined : Feb 2015
    Bamberg Germany
    Posts : 12,952
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 14393 Multiprocessor Free
       2015-08-26 #35

    Something I have seen too, is, the users with the most problems, most often, are the ones "cherry pickin'" their updates too. What I'm talking about is, the ones that say "Oh this update is for a currency sign change in some 3rd world country, I don't need it" or " this update is for a peripheral I don't have, hide it". I have always taken every update offered and never had a problem, even the ones where 90% of the internet seem to complain about.
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  7. Joined : Mar 2014
    Toronto, Canada
    Posts : 130
    Win 7 Ult + 2 x Win 10 Pro - all x64
       2015-08-26 #36

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Something I have seen too, is, the users with the most problems, most often, are the ones "cherry pickin'" their updates too. What I'm talking about is, the ones that say "Oh this update is for a currency sign change in some 3rd world country, I don't need it" or " this update is for a peripheral I don't have, hide it". I have always taken every update offered and never had a problem, even the ones where 90% of the internet seem to complain about.
    Tell me about it...! I'm sick of telling those people their problems are self-inflicted.
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  8. Joined : Oct 2013
    Posts : 17,489
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 15014
       2015-08-26 #37

    Yep, it's one of those decisions Microsoft had to make for everyone's own benefit whether they liked it or not. Take that medicine.
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  9. Joined : Mar 2014
    Toronto, Canada
    Posts : 130
    Win 7 Ult + 2 x Win 10 Pro - all x64
       2015-08-26 #38

    BTW Shawn, the tool interestingly picked up on all the updates I had hidden in the prior incarnation of the system, i.e. Win 8.1. Clever tool.
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  10. Joined : Jun 2015
    San Antonio, TX
    Posts : 1,934
    MS Windows 10 Pro - Perm Activation of 10585
       2015-08-26 #39

    Brink said: View Post
    Hey Peter,

    The main reason behind all this is to make sure that home computers stay updated with security patches to prevent hacked zombie computers caused by negligent users from running amok on the internet.

    It's inconvenient, but attacks from groups of zombie computers are a lot more inconvenient. Microsoft had just decided that something had to be done since the negligent users don't.

    Of course, on way around all this is to install Windows 10 Pro to be able to use the policy to disable automatic updates to be able to install them when you like instead.
    Brink:
    I am seriously thinking about moving to Win10 Pro - mostly for that reason... Since I now have Win10Home Permanent activated and all appears to be working.,.. If I did upgrade my desktop to 10 Pro would the Perm Activation still be in effect... ??
    Thanks Cliff M.
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