Windows 10: Cumulative Update KB4103721 Windows 10 v1803 Build 17134.48 - May 8

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  1.    11 May 2018 #220

    tomseys said: View Post
    Same here. One of the smoothest Feature updates and updates ever for me. Updated everything from Windows update.
    Ditto
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  2.    11 May 2018 #221

    I got my first BSOD tonight on this version. I'm guessing it was probably my fault for under-volting the CPU with ThrottleStop. I set everything back to factory voltage and disabled TS so I'll see if it happens again. Possibly related, I noticed 1.2GB worth of Memory Dumps when running CCleaner earlier this week (No prior BSODs and I don't remember any app crashes).

    Back to issues that definitely aren't from tinkering. I'm having issues with my USB wireless mouse becoming intermittently laggy and slow since the update. The touchpad still works fine when the mouse is lagging, though. I think MS may have goofed up the USB Selective Suspend settings in this build. Also, changes in Settings>Privacy>Background Apps don't stick after shutdown/reboot. They all turn back on every time. Also, if I use any version of my fingerprint sensor's driver newer than the one Windows initially installed (including the latest one), the sensor won't work at all and Windows Hello just says, "Sorry, Something went wrong."
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  3.    12 May 2018 #222

    speedwaystar said: View Post
    KB4103721 (1803) black screen with rotating circle: potential fix
    ...If you then use msconfig and disable ALL non-Microsoft services, and reapply the update, you may find that it installs perfectly.


    Thanks for this. It sounded logical enough to do before doing a 1709 to 1803 Upgrade on a 4 yrs old HP desktop; disable all but MS services, Apply then Exit w/o restart. Don't know if this was the reason, but pleasantly surprised to see that whole process only took just under an hour vs 1.5-2 hrs on the ten or so computers that I have already upgraded. Once signed in, installed CumUpdate, re-enabled all Services, restarted and all running perfectly !
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       12 May 2018 #223

    On the HP computers you can also run these after the upgrade to make sure all drivers are upto date too:
    HP softpaq download manager
    or
    HP support assistant
    Sometimes the HP support assistant misses updates > open the hp website > software and drivers HP Software and Driver Downloads for HP Printers, Laptops, Desktops and More | HP® Customer Support > enter the product or serial number > select the operating system > expand the menu for all drivers > look for any 2018 drivers and doublecheck to see if they have been updated (check bios dates)
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       12 May 2018 #224

    mrgeek said: View Post

    Thanks for this. It sounded logical enough to do before doing a 1709 to 1803 Upgrade on a 4 yrs old HP desktop; disable all but MS services, Apply then Exit w/o restart. Don't know if this was the reason, but pleasantly surprised to see that whole process only took just under an hour vs 1.5-2 hrs on the ten or so computers that I have already upgraded. Once signed in, installed CumUpdate, re-enabled all Services, restarted and all running perfectly !
    I have a HP laptop that is of Vista vintage - has 4 gb memory. It still updates and performs very well with all the iterations of Windows insider builds. I am actually amazed by it. It is slow on the updates, but never has failed to update!
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  6.    13 May 2018 #225

    magilla said: View Post
    Maybe I’m just lucky but I read all the problems many are experiencing and I have to say I don’t have problems—running Smoothly
    Exactly. Updated one desktop PC + one older Acer laptop, no problems.
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       13 May 2018 #226

    magilla said: View Post
    Maybe I’m just lucky but I read all the problems many are experiencing and I have to say I don’t have problems—running Smoothly
    Access Denied said: View Post
    Same here. I clean installed with 1803...
    tomseys said: View Post
    Same here. One of the smoothest Feature updates and updates ever for me...
    stealth2920 said: View Post
    Ditto
    sunberg said: View Post
    Exactly. Updated one desktop PC + one older Acer laptop, no problems.
    Same here.

    If when you manually check for updates in windows update you see the 'Features Update to Windows 10, version 1803' appear then you should be good to go. Microsoft have used AI techniques to identify which machine would be OK to update. Both my elderly systems in my specs below were identified as being ready for 1803 on day one.
    During the Fall Creators Update roll out we pilot tested machine learning (ML) to intelligently select devices that our feedback data indicated would have a great update experience... For the April 2018 Update rollout, we will expand our use of ML to identify the devices ready to update, incorporating things like additional compatibility data. This will allow us to deliver updates to devices as fast as possible while providing even better customer experiences.
    How to get the Windows 10 April 2018 Update
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       13 May 2018 #227

    Not so lucky here on a HP Elitebook 850 G1 - I had to go back to 1709 after a clean 1803 installation, because I lost all the network computers and the routers USB-storage device, only the router shows up under Network in File Explorer.
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  9. Bree's Avatar
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       13 May 2018 #228

    wert said: View Post
    Not so lucky here on a HP Elitebook 850 G1 - I had to go back to 1709 after a clean 1803 installation, because I lost all the network computers and the routers USB-storage device...
    Probably because the deprecated SMB1 is turned off by default. While there are ways to see the network PCs without it, I need SMB1 turned on in 1803 to see my router's usb storage. The router only supports SMB1 sharing.

    Enable or Disable SMB1 File Sharing Protocol in Windows | Windows 10 Tutorials
    Last edited by Brink; 13 May 2018 at 18:49. Reason: added tutorial link for more info
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  10. Posts : 22
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       13 May 2018 #229

    That.s exactly what ist was, now I can see the other computers and the USB storage device. Thanks for the reply, Bree.
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