Cumulative Update KB4497936 Windows 10 Insider 1903 build 18362.113 Insider

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  1. Posts : 55
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
       #30

    To me deleting folder Battleye in C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files helped.
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  2. magilla's Avatar
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    Windows 10 and windows insider
       #31

    Warre1 said:
    To me deleting folder Battleye in C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files helped.
    Do you mean helped you install this update?
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  3. Posts : 55
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
       #32

    magilla said:
    Do you mean helped you install this update?
    to install 1903.
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  4. Posts : 141
    Windows 10
       #33

    magilla said:
    And you have no memory cards or USB devices in use?
    No.
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  5. EdTittel's Avatar
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    Windows 10
       #34

    Did this one yesterday on my Surface Pro 3 without any problems. Went pretty quickly, too. It's always nice when things work like they're supposed to.
    Best,
    --Ed--
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  6. Posts : 384
    Windows 10 Pro 2004 Build 19635.1
       #35

    Got this twice
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  7. DooGie's Avatar
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    Wndows 10 x64 Pro build 19635.1
       #36

    ap1978 said:
    Got this twice
    That's ok, it is normal for this build.
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  8. Daz1967's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro v1903 Build 18362
       #37

    Since installing this cumulative update yesterday on Windows 10 Pro v1903 build 18362.86, which took two attempts since the first was reported as successfully installed but yet still installed a second time post-restart, Task Manager has been showing 100% CPU usage even though the totals of the individual tasks running is much less than 100%.

    Not sure if this is just a glitch with this install or something to do with the invulnerability fix for Intel (sheesh, yet ANOTHER one... at this rate my poor old i7-4770K will be so slow that I will be forced to upgrade... or maybe that's what Intel want?) or if it's another bug with this update similar to how Task Manager would misreport app/program usage in an earlier update on v1809?

    Anyone else seeing this behaviour? Funny thing, is that games seem to be running fine as I played RAGE 2 and A Plague Tale: Innocence after installing the update. If the CPU was really being hammered 100% then it would be immediately noticed in games.
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  9. Posts : 39
    Windows 10
       #38

    Daz1967 said:
    Since installing this cumulative update yesterday on Windows 10 Pro v1903 build 18362.86, which took two attempts since the first was reported as successfully installed but yet still installed a second time post-restart, Task Manager has been showing 100% CPU usage even though the totals of the individual tasks running is much less than 100%.

    Not sure if this is just a glitch with this install or something to do with the invulnerability fix for Intel (sheesh, yet ANOTHER one... at this rate my poor old i7-4770K will be so slow that I will be forced to upgrade... or maybe that's what Intel want?) or if it's another bug with this update similar to how Task Manager would misreport app/program usage in an earlier update on v1809?

    Anyone else seeing this behaviour? Funny thing, is that games seem to be running fine as I played RAGE 2 and A Plague Tale: Innocence after installing the update. If the CPU was really being hammered 100% then it would be immediately noticed in games.
    I have an I7-4771, i updated to the latest build and everything is runing smootly as butter, from the OS itself to gaming.
    Not even a single sign of 100% CPU usage.
    Yeah the 4770/k/71 is a bit old CPU (4th gen) nowadays, but it still holding up very well, you don't have to care about it for now.
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  10. DooGie's Avatar
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    Wndows 10 x64 Pro build 19635.1
       #39

    TamarindoJuice said:
    I have an I7-4771, i updated to the latest build and everything is runing smootly as butter, from the OS itself to gaming.
    Not even a single sign of 100% CPU usage.
    Yeah the 4770/k/71 is a bit old CPU (4th gen) nowadays, but it still holding up very well, you don't have to care about it for now.
    I'm still running a 4600K at 4.2 GHz and it does everything I want it to. No problems at all as yet
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