Cumulative Update KB4054517 Windows 10 v1709 Build 16299.125

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  1. Posts : 2,826
    Windows 10 Pro X64
       #140

    Hi,

    Have these workarounds been suggested yet ?

    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...c2b8b0c?auth=1


    Cheers,
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  2. Posts : 56
    Windows 8.1
       #141

    fdegrove said:
    Hi,

    Have these workarounds been suggested yet ?

    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...c2b8b0c?auth=1


    Cheers,
    I've just decided to wait on Microsoft hopefully to send out a fix for it. I'm not very knowledgeable and just don't trust myself to be doing any thing in the registry, with command prompt. Every time I shut down, the update will start the download and then sit at 99%. I just don't do a shut down any more so this won't happen.
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  3. Posts : 23
    windows 10 Pro 1909
       #142

    Hi sonjstar

    I totally agree with your comments Iím definitely NOT messing with registry etc and some of the other fanciful replies. Basically Microsoft has F. Up and its up to them to correct it not leave it to the poor user to sort I now cant switch my laptop off as when re booting it tryís to reinstall windows every time!!

    I am a 70 yr old who just wants his laptop PC to work as it should with proper updates whether OS or security.

    Sorry to bitch, Happy new hear to all

    Rich
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  4. Posts : 2,826
    Windows 10 Pro X64
       #143

    Hi,

    I totally agree with your comments Iím definitely NOT messing with registry etc
    Stopping a few services is not what I'd call "messing with the registry" to be frank. Can't expect MS to emulate the millions of scenarios where an update might go South either.
    I know what's causing it and I know how to solve it too. If people want to sit it out 'till the next CU then that's perfectly OK.

    Cheers,
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  5. Posts : 56
    Windows 8.1
       #144

    fdegrove said:
    Hi,



    Stopping a few services is not what I'd call "messing with the registry" to be frank. Can't expect MS to emulate the millions of scenarios where an update might go South either.
    I know what's causing it and I know how to solve it too. If people want to sit it out 'till the next CU then that's perfectly OK.

    Cheers,
    You may not call it messing with registry, but I call it that. I don't know anything about the Command Prompt and typing things in and stopping this or that. May you are but I'm not. I reckon I'll have no other choice but to wait on Microsoft. There are still loads of people even posting in Microsoft site that can't get it fixed either.
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  6. Posts : 24,545
    10 Home x64 (21H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #145

    Sonjstar said:
    I don't know anything about the Command Prompt and typing things in and stopping this or that.
    vidanova said:
    Hi sonjstar
    I totally agree with your comments Iím definitely NOT messing with registry etc and some of the other fanciful replies.
    @Sonjstar and @vidanova,

    Stopping the Window update and Background Intelligent Transfer services (wuauserv & BITS) then restarting them is quite safe to do and often fixes stuck windows updates.

    But if it makes you uncomfortable (and I can understand that) there's a safe and easy way to stop all services and restart them, takes a bit longer but generally has the same benefits in the end. Just select Restart from the Start menu.

    It must be a Restart, Shut Down doesn't close everything if you have fast start up turned on, but a Restart will.
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  7. Posts : 62
    Windows 10 Home /Windows 7 Home
       #146

    Bree said:
    @Sonjstar and @vidanova,

    Stopping the Window update and Background Intelligent Transfer services (wuauserv & BITS) then restarting them is quite safe to do and often fixes stuck windows updates.

    But if it makes you uncomfortable (and I can understand that) there's a safe and easy way to stop all services and restart them, takes a bit longer but generally has the same benefits in the end. Just select Restart from the Start menu.

    It must be a Restart, Shut Down doesn't close everything if you have fast start up turned on, but a Restart will.

    Exactly!

    Completely safe method to stop and restart Windows Updates services and BITS.. There is no reason not to try this method at all. It could solve the problem.
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  8. Posts : 502
    Windows 10 Pro (Mix of Builds) / Linux Mint
       #147

    fdegrove said:
    Hi,
    @RWOne : Have tried installing it by downloading the package from the MUC ?
    The link is on page 1 of the thread.

    Cheers,
    Yes, I had, first I got that it was already installed, I then went to uninstall it and retry after a reboot, and it's still wonky, I get no thing to indicate it is even trying to install it.

    I also tried the windows update reset batch file and same thing, it's just in a loop here...
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  9. Posts : 56
    Windows 8.1
       #148

    legacy7955 said:
    Exactly!

    Completely safe method to stop and restart Windows Updates services and BITS.. There is no reason not to try this method at all. It could solve the problem.
    I did a Restart last night and went to bed with it attempting to download or install,, and when I got up this morning it had failed again. I don't understand this either. It's showing that my computer has only 2 failed attempts, "KB4054517" to install last one on 12/13/17, but actually it has tried many, times. I tried to insert an image to show you what I see on my computer "view installed update history" but I can't post an image. Why would it say last attempt was 12/13/17, when I did a Restart last night and it attempted again. I have had another Win Update since this failure KB4058043, but I still only have Build 16299.98. I was told this should have brought my build up to 16299.125, but it didn't happen. I'm still showing 16299.98. I'm showing an error code "0x800705b4".
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  10. Posts : 24,545
    10 Home x64 (21H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #149

    Sonjstar said:
    I did a Restart last night .... I'm still showing 16299.98. I'm showing an error code "0x800705b4".
    Sounds like you have tried all you are comfortable with doing. The next cumulative update is a week away, due out on Tuesday 9th January, and will include all the fixes from this one. I'd wait and see if that installs OK, there's a good chance that it will.
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