Cumulative Update KB4073290 Windows 10 v1709 Build 16299.194 - 64-bit

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  1. Posts : 7,087
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit

    I don't see an update for 32 bit Windows 10 AMD PCs. Are we stuffed or is there a 32 bit update available?
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  2. Posts : 61,554
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
    Thread Starter

    Hey Steve,

    Currently, KB4073290 is for 64-bit only. No word about a 32-bit version.
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  3. Posts : 7,087
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit

    Brink said:
    Hey Steve,

    Currently, KB4073290 is for 64-bit only. No word about a 32-bit version.
    Thanks - that means my old AMD PC is stuffed for now since it won't support 64 bit Windows 10.
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  4. Posts : 114
    Windows 10

    I came looking to see if anyone else had this issue with update .192 and here is the answer. Great work and thanks for all you do!

    I certainly hope they are working on a 32 bit fix as I have one system that will need it!
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  5. VBF
    Posts : 593
    Win 10 Pro

    After last week's fiasco with KB4056892, I'd restored my old clunker of an AMD to Winver 1709 (OS Build 16299.125) FYI - it's an Athlon 64 Dual core 5200+ with a massive 2GB memory!!!!!! Stop's just a test box that someone gave me a couple of years ago.

    I had also set the following after my earlier restore:

    Semi-Annual Channel
    Feature update delay from 200 to 365 days
    Quality update delay from 0 to 30 days
    Network METERED

    So today:

    Was offered and allowed KB4058043: Microsoft Store reliability update and routine updates to download and install

    From MS Update Catalog site, Manually installed KB 4073290
    Restart requested - restarted no problem Yay!
    Now on Winver 1709 (OS Build 16299.194) - Double Yay!
    Check for updates - device up to date

    Set to:
    Semi-Annual Channel
    Feature update delay set to 0 days
    Quality update delay set to 0 days
    Network UN METERED
    Check for updates - Routine updates (Flash & Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool downloaded and installed)
    Check for updates - device up to date
    Checked Event Viewer - nothing untoward

    Restarted again - just to be sure!
    Check for updates - device up to date

    Set to my standard settings:
    Semi-Annual Channel
    Feature update delay set to 200 days
    Quality update delay set to 30 days
    Network set to METERED
    Job done - time for a
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  6. Posts : 13

    Apparently there's something for AMD x86 already, but it isn't even found by update at the moment:
    KB4073291: Microsoft Update Catalog

    Microsoft Update Catalog

    Windows update still wants to install KB...892 instead of this new one

    @Admin: thanks for translation, have choosen wrong tab for my posting, thought I'm in another thread.
    Last edited by Gr1su; 18 Jan 2018 at 12:47.
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  7. Posts : 61,554
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
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  8. Posts : 75
    windows 7&10

    dgordon42 said:
    I downloaded and installed this KB4073290 on my 10 year old Athlon 64 X2 Socket AM2 machine and it worked fine. My computer was one of those which became unbootable after Windows Update tried to install KB4056892 on January's Patch Tuesday.I believe that this update is only available from the Microsoft Catalog (link on the first post of this thread), and will not be found by Windows Update, at least not until the next Cumulative Update is released in February, which will supersede this update.You should download and install this before unhiding KB4056892, or unpausing updates on Windows Update.Hope this helps,Dave.
    Our Toshiba is probably about same age. I can't find the release I read that said older AMD processors would only be addressed 3 weeks or so after the initial fix. But I did read that somewhere.
    I had to do a complete clean install to get over the no-boot problem. As a result, there should be no KB4056892 on the computer. It is Windows 10 Home, so I don't think Windows Update could have been paused?

    At this stage, I don't see any reason to install the update. If MS are blocking the update to our computer, that is fine with us. It works as it is. I don't trust Microsoft to get this right, so would not do the install unless I had a 100% copy of existing install on a separate hard drive that I could swap in if they screw system up again. Besides, after fighting this since before Christmas, I am just tired and totally fed up with Microsoft.
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  9. Posts : 1,020
    Windows 10 Pro 20H2 19042.572

    This really strange. I have a HP laptop with a AMD Quad-Core A8-4500M processor. KB4056892 was applied via WU and has had no effect on this system. The system is about 4-5 years old. Its running 16299.192 and boots just fine.

    If MS isn't going to push KB4073290 thru WU, then I'm not going to install it.

    Also HP doesn't have it scheduled for any BIOS update.
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  10. Posts : 853
    Windows 10 Pro 21H1 build 19043.1706

    Don't need it if the original CU went through OK, it's only a small number of older processors affected.
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