KB4467228 Windows 10 October 2018 Update Build 17763.17 to Insiders Insider

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  1. DJG's Avatar
    DJG
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       #30

    The only problem I'm having is (sigh) my overclocking. It's a wonderful feeling to have built this nice water-cooled rig so I can run at default speeds ... do they plan to fix this?
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  2. Faith's Avatar
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       #31

    DJG said:
    The only problem I'm having is (sigh) my overclocking. It's a wonderful feeling to have built this nice water-cooled rig so I can run at default speeds ... do they plan to fix this?
    I believe someone mentioned something about a tool or a code to revert the microcode from Intel, because it affects the overclocking on some Haswell and Broadwell systems. The 1809 update have that microcode included. I can't find that comment though. Or did you try it and it didn't work out?
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  3. Posts : 1,520
    Windows 10 Pro (32-bit) 16299.15
       #32

    Josey Wales said:
    I already have on a separate SSD.
    As I understood one of the three scenarios in the 1st post, redirecting your Documents/Pictures/etc to a different folder or drive was part of the cause of the problem in some cases? Although it seems it was any files left behind which were the ones at risk.
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  4. DJG's Avatar
    DJG
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 20H2 804
       #33

    Faith said:
    I believe someone mentioned something about a tool or a code to revert the microcode from Intel, because it affects the overclocking on some Haswell and Broadwell systems. The 1809 update have that microcode included. I can't find that comment though. Or did you try it and it didn't work out?
    The only thing I found was about an mcupdate.dll which was very confusing because a whole bunch of long names with mcupdate were to be found.

    Oops, wrong thread (though may apply :))
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  5. LEOPEVA64's Avatar
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       #34

    Hopefully this helps that feedbacks that have very few votes (like those that had to do with the deletion of files) are not ignored:
    KB4467228 Windows 10 October 2018 Update Build 17763.17 to Insiders-anotacion-2-.png
    KB4467228 Windows 10 October 2018 Update Build 17763.17 to Insiders-feed.png
    I think that it's not the definitive solution but it's a beginning.
    Last edited by LEOPEVA64; 09 Oct 2018 at 19:13. Reason: Add an image.
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  6. radiohowie's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Insider Build 18282.1000
       #35

    Which version should I use?


    17763.17 or 17763.55? I guess I'm lucky...I've been using 18252.1000 as my "O.S.-Of-Choice" since it became available last week so I (luckily/fortunately) missed out on the 17763.00 "fun". Now, both versions of 17763, .17 and .55 are available on the UUP Mini-Dump site. Which should I download? I'm truly confused!
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  7. storageman's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 20H2 19042.572
       #36

    Well it looks pretty clear to me. If you moved any or all of the resident sub folder ie: Documents, Downloads, Pictures, etc. to another drive, but left residual files in the original location, and you installed 1809, you could possibly lose some of the those files !

    Yes MS screwed up, and the jury is still not out if their current move will find any other Issues, I believe they have figured out that they need to further test any new Feature Update. Everybody (Insiders) here have stated that they did that in the past, but didn't on 1809. Hopefully no matter what pressure marketing places on the development teams, they will resist on releasing anything that hasn't been beta tested ! As a retired software developer, I remember many times Marketing wanted early releases (For what ever reason), I just always asked them if we could change the our customer support 800 # to a direct line to the director of Marketing ?
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  8. Posts : 193
    Win 10
       #37

    DJG said:
    The only thing I found was about an mcupdate.dll which was very confusing because a whole bunch of long names with mcupdate were to be found.

    Oops, wrong thread (though may apply :))
    Try Inspectre and disabled both options, don't know if it will fix an issue but its an easy try.

    GRC
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  9. hawkman's Avatar
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    10 preview 64bit
       #38

    I must be really stupid, we insiders are supposed to be on a different branch

    and i've not been offered any updates --- HOME install
    @Brink seems that the rings in the first post is spurious fast/slow/skip is strange


    Roy
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  10. Brink's Avatar
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro for Workstations build 21359
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       #39

    hawkman said:
    I must be really stupid, we insiders are supposed to be on a different branch

    and i've not been offered any updates --- HOME install
    @Brink seems that the rings in the first post is spurious fast/slow/skip is strange


    Roy
    Hello Roy @hawkman,

    17763.17 should only be for the Slow and Release Preview rings.
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