Current Status of Windows 10 October 2018 Update version 1809

  1. dalchina's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro (1903)
       #290

    Specifically - do you know if the driver you have downloaded is later than the driver that previously worked?
    I.e. try using exactly the same one that worked before.

    When upgrading to a later Win 10 build, MS may well provide later low level drivers than with the previous build. That too can cause problems in a few cases.
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  2. ddelo's Avatar
    Posts : 2,281
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #291

    KB4023057

    KB4023057 Update to Windows 10 for update reliability - November 15 - Windows 10 Forums

    Update to Windows 10, versions 1507, 1511, 1607, 1703, 1709, and 1803 for update reliability

    Last Updated: Nov 16, 2018
    -----------------------------------------

    They updated this one, to include 1803 and they are pushing it, again, through WU.
    I'm still in 1803 and as I have decided to defer FUs for 30 days, I used "wushowhide" to hide it.
    Hope this helps someone who doesn't want to move to 1809 now!
    Last edited by Brink; 16 Nov 2018 at 06:27. Reason: added link
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  3. LEOPEVA64's Avatar
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    WINDOWS 10 Pro x64 build 19042.685
       #292

    Microsoft released another CU, but it seems that it is only available for those in the RP ring, KB4469342 (build 17763.165) I can confirm that this CU doesn't include the fixes for the bugs of the Action center, I don't know if it includes or not the fix for the bug with the file association, I never had that bug in the build17763, I only have it in the build 17134, most likely this CU includes that fix but, as I said, I can't confirm it.

    KB4469342 Windows 10 Insider RP v1809 Build 17763.165 - Nov. 16 Insider - Windows 10 Forums
    Last edited by Brink; 16 Nov 2018 at 06:48. Reason: added link
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  4. CountMike's Avatar
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    W10+Developer Insider + Linux
       #293

    As a clean install it works reasonably well, just few more hours of setting up SW to same as my Skippy build and I'l be ready to activate it with MS account and go with Skippy again. Have to transfer it to M.2 SSD where Skippy resides now. That old system was really old, ever since first W10 upgraded from W7, it shows it's age. Benchmarks don't show it but it feels smoother than old one. Just hope I don't forget something to transfer from old one. I have several backups of both anyway.
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  5. Posts : 384
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #294

    Porthos said:
    1809 and I am fine on Specter protection. See below.
    Attachment 212424
    IronZorg89 said:
    This is mine with OS Build 17763.134. It's been a while since I checked it the last time.

    Attachment 212427
    You're using a tool that has not been updated since April 2018. InSpectre does not check for mitigations other than for variants 1 through 3.

    I would be surprised if the uCode update database is more up to date than April 2 2018, Intel released revised uCode on July 13 and again on August 8.

    Spectre Threat CVE Designation

    Bounds Check Bypass (Spectre-PHT) 2017-5753 1
    Bounds Check Bypass on Store 2018-3693 1.1
    Read Only Protection Bypass (Meltdown-RW) 2018-3693 1.2
    Branch Target Injection (Spectre-BTB) 2017-5715 2
    Rogue Data Cache Load (Meltdown–US) 2017-5754 3
    Speculative Store Bypass 2018-3639 4
    Rogue System Register Read (Meltdown-GP) 2018-3640 3a
    Lazy FP State Restore (Meltdown–NM) 2018-3665 NG
    Bounds Check Bypass Store 2017-5753 NG
    Return Stack Buffer Exploit (Spectre-RSB) 2017-5715 RSB
    NetSpectre No CVE NS
    L1 Terminal Fault (Foreshadow) (Meltdown – P) 2018-3615 L1TF
    OS & SMM 2018-3620 L1TF
    HyperV (Server only) 2018-3646 L1TF
    Meltdown-PK No CVE (Server only)
    Meltdown-BR No CVE

    InSpectre is no longer relevant, use Specucheck or the PowerShell script
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  6. Posts : 4
    Windows 10 Professional
       #295

    dalchina said:
    Specifically - do you know if the driver you have downloaded is later than the driver that previously worked?
    I.e. try using exactly the same one that worked before.

    When upgrading to a later Win 10 build, MS may well provide later low level drivers than with the previous build. That too can cause problems in a few cases.
    I am using the same driver that I used in 1709. I reinstalled them again in 1809 and they won't work at all. I think that I may roll back to 1709 and turn off automatic updates and wait until next version 1903 comes out.
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  7. MiguelAngel10's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
       #296

    Yesterday I noticed in task manager higher CPU loads, with 75-80 Celsius at idle. Gaming 90- something degrees. So I went back to 1803.
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  8. Posts : 77
    Windows 10 Home
       #297

    I tried updating using the Windows 10 Assistant and when it was installing at 89% i left it overnight and went to sleep. Now i woke up to check and the laptop screen was off like when the system is on stand-by. Pressed any key,but no response so i had to force shut down. After i turned it on it said reverting any changes made. What could be?
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  9. Posts : 77
    Windows 10 Home
       #298

    Ex_Brit said:
    I forced it. I've even tried making an install disk including 1809 and trying a clean install and that also failed so I think it must be somewthing that Microsoft doesn't like but aren't telling me what it is.
    I'm not good at reading error reports so am probably giving up on my Win 10 partitions until 7 dies in 2020.
    How did you created the disk? I went to check the creation tool, but it still downloading old version.
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  10. Posts : 384
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #299

    LM2007 said:
    I tried updating using the Windows 10 Assistant and when it was installing at 89% i left it overnight and went to sleep. Now i woke up to check and the laptop screen was off like when the system is on stand-by. Pressed any key,but no response so i had to force shut down. After i turned it on it said reverting any changes made. What could be?
    What could be is you should have briefly pressed the power button to resume from hibernation (or deep sleep).

    However, entering this power state during an upgrade could produce unexpected results, such as a rollback that you've experienced.
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