Windows 10: Cumulative Update KB4093112 Windows 10 v1709 Build 16299.371 - Apr. 10

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  1.    13 Apr 2018 #90

    So I'm having problems on one system with these 2 updates: KB4093112 cume and KB4093110 flash.
    They both keep saying "awaiting restart", but never install - always fail and then another "awaiting restart" shortly afterwards.
    When I checked in Control Panel>Programs and Features>View Installed Updates for them, KB4093112 was there and showing as installed, but not flash. So I downloaded both of them from the Update Catalog. Neither will install, giving the message "KBxxxxxxx is already installed on this system". Ran Windows Update Troubleshooter, but no good; still problems. All DISM+SFC scan show no problems.
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       13 Apr 2018 #91

    Update:

    New "Known issues in this update" has been added for KB4093112 on the first page.

    "After applying KB4093112, some users may experience unexpected panning or scrolling in certain apps while using the pen."
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  4.    13 Apr 2018 #93

    simrick said: View Post
    So I'm having problems on one system with these 2 updates: KB4093112 cume and KB4093110 flash.
    They both keep saying "awaiting restart", but never install - always fail and then another "awaiting restart" shortly afterwards...
    Had a very similar issue:

    usikpa said: View Post
    Alongside with this CU there was the other one - for Adobe Flash. Interestingly, it kept saying of a system restart pending as well. It seemed like a system restart was NOT recognised by Windows Update for whatever reason.
    SOLUTION was:

    usikpa said: View Post
    Ten seconds upon executing the following code

    Code:
    SC config wuauserv start= auto
    SC config bits start= auto
    SC config cryptsvc start= auto
    SC config trustedinstaller start= auto
    a proper system restart initiated, now I have both KB4093110 and KB KB4093112 show up in appwiz.cpl in windows updates, status installed.
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  5.    13 Apr 2018 #94

    usikpa said: View Post
    Had a very similar issue:


    SOLUTION was:
    Thanks usikpa. I'll give it a go when I have access to that system again.
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  6.    13 Apr 2018 #95

    Well I think this was okay... I just got a scared cause after everything installed perfectly I restart and then my PC can't find my profile and a message: preparing windows appears with a new profile like I just installed Windows Had to restart again to fix it but for now it LOOKS ok. Wonder why this annoying things even happens!
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       14 Apr 2018 #96

    Needhelpwithwin said: View Post
    Well I think this was okay... I just got a scared cause after everything installed perfectly I restart and then my PC can't find my profile and a message: preparing windows appears with a new profile like I just installed Windows Had to restart again to fix it but for now it LOOKS ok. Wonder why this annoying things even happens!
    Uhmmm?! Never happened to me actually?!
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  8.    14 Apr 2018 #97

    Once I got the same problem on a old laptop with Win7 after a update and never understood why this happens so I tried to see if someone could say if it's me being stupid or Windows being Windows :)

    I know updates are important but man they are also annoying!
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  9.    14 Apr 2018 #98

    Needhelpwithwin said: View Post
    Well I think this was okay... I just got a scared cause after everything installed perfectly I restart and then my PC can't find my profile and a message: preparing windows appears with a new profile like I just installed Windows Had to restart again to fix it but for now it LOOKS ok. Wonder why this annoying things even happens!
    I've seen that happen before on some systems - seems it has to do with 3rd-party AVs. Just my opinion though, I have no facts to base that on - just what I've seen on other systems (and I work on a lot of systems).
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  10.    14 Apr 2018 #99

    I think the old laptop with Win7 had avast but this I'm using right now with Win10 has only Windows Defender and Malwarebytes free version. I don't think Malwarebytes can damage something since it's not in real time protection but I'm not a expert :)

    Well since no one has any ideas guess I will just accept and move on since everything is fine now! Can't say it would be good to avoid that in the future!
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