Known and Resolved issues for Windows 10 May 2019 Update version 1903

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  1.    #160

    Anak said: View Post
    Here's two areas to check to stop auto updates for drivers:

    Make sure they're both set properly to stop the updating.
    both set to stop updating. Still as soon as I reboot the pc it installs the drivers for HP Driveguard !
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  2. Anak's Avatar
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       #161

    Their not making this easy are they?

    I notice its getting late for you, how long do you want to continue?

    The next easiest to check would be disable services for hpdskflt, maybe listed under HP 3D driverguard?

    After that would be to open your bios on next reboot and see if there's anything under SSD or even HDD if its listed relating to hpdskflt or HP 3D driverguard and disable them.

    If there's nothing there I'm about tapped out of ideas.
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  3.    #162

    Anak said: View Post
    Their not making this easy are they?

    I notice its getting late for you, how long do you want to continue?

    The next easiest to check would be disable services for hpdskflt, maybe listed under HP 3D driverguard?

    After that would be to open your bios on next reboot and see if there's anything under SSD or even HDD if its listed relating to hpdskflt or HP 3D driverguard and disable them.

    If there's nothing there I'm about tapped out of ideas.
    haha indeed getting late here (2AM) and I just finished restoring windows as after I uninstalled the drivers and
    remove entries with autoruns, windows would not boot any more!

    Yes there is the HP service listed in services and I can disable it. (Unfortunately hpdskflt will still be loaded and errors
    continue) even with the service disabled. But yeah its on less service to load for nothing!
    Sometimes I wonder how these extremely intelligent people who make OS's and hardware are not able to just add a little
    option saying (Ignore this device) for example!! I give up but thanks a lot for helping :)
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       #163

    You're welcome.

    When you said:
    just add a little option saying (Ignore this device) for example!!
    I thought about your device manager snip back on post #155 and thought, why not? but the disable device button is grayed out

    There are programs over at raymonds, but they can be dicey at best even raymond gives out caveats on winabler, and I spent most of this time looking for registry settings to return that disable button to working but no luck its probably in there somewhere but I didn't want to hold you up.

    I may be joining the ranks here in this thread, I was looking for info and came across my updates page in settings and MS and windows updates has graciously bestowed upon me and my machine the honor of d/l'ing and installing the almighty 1903 version, what's it been a month and a half?

    Well, it can sit and cool its heels as far as I concerned. I may get to it sometime tomorrow evening, we'll see.

    It's been a pleasure helping you but I'm done for now go get some rest, I'll let you know how the 'new addition' makes out.
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       #164

    the 1903 (May 2019) update seems to cause some issues with 3rd party antivirus / internet security software like Trend Micro and Avast.

    Support for Windows 10 compatibility - OfficeScan / Apex One

    Avast and Windows 10 version 1903
    Wired network being set to public every reboot

    do not update or use the 1903 release until both Avast & Trend Micro release software updates for their antivirus apps.
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       #165

    erpster4 said: View Post
    the 1903 (May 2019) update seems to cause some issues with 3rd party antivirus / internet security software like Trend Micro and Avast.

    Support for Windows 10 compatibility - OfficeScan / Apex One

    Avast and Windows 10 version 1903
    Wired network being set to public every reboot

    do not update or use the 1903 release until both Avast & Trend Micro release software updates for their antivirus apps.
    I had seen the warnings about 3rd party AV's and turned off my Zemana anitlogger with antimalware a couple of weeks ago and 1903 finally came in to roost, I also had my USB mouse dongle attached if anyone remembers my angst about the other 1903 caveat 'bout USB 'devices'.

    I started the d/l and install at 7:50pm edt last evening and finished at 12:05am edt this morning..., at that point I shut everything down and went to bed. Now this morning I'm doing a tip I learned from @f14tomcat to open your machine to the desktop and then walk away from it for at least 20 to 30" because it seems the new FU's are still digesting their new environment. TC helped me make the decision to use the WUA (windows update assistant) to install 1809 and when it was acting 'bitchy' he told me 'bout the tip and it straightened 1809 right out. Kudos to Dick H!

    1903 on my machine it going to have to wait a bit longer before I get into it because I have some errands an chores to do. When I get back I'll be posting the particulars over on How to get the Windows 10 May 2019 Update version 1903 and any hiccups in this thread. The link will take you to page 26.
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       #166

    Anak said: View Post
    I had seen the warnings about 3rd party AV's and turned off my Zemana anitlogger with antimalware a couple of weeks ago and 1903 finally came in to roost, I also had my USB mouse dongle attached if anyone remembers my angst about the other 1903 caveat 'bout USB 'devices'.

    I started the d/l and install at 7:50pm edt last evening and finished at 12:05am edt this morning..., at that point I shut everything down and went to bed. Now this morning I'm doing a tip I learned from @f14tomcat to open your machine to the desktop and then walk away from it for at least 20 to 30" because it seems the new FU's are still digesting their new environment. TC helped me make the decision to use the WUA (windows update assistant) to install 1809 and when it was acting 'bitchy' he told me 'bout the tip and it straightened 1809 right out. Kudos to Dick H!

    1903 on my machine it going to have to wait a bit longer before I get into it because I have some errands an chores to do. When I get back I'll be posting the particulars over on How to get the Windows 10 May 2019 Update version 1903 and any hiccups in this thread. The link will take you to page 26.
    I've noticed since Win 7 that after any update you can get a lot of activity especially if there are .Net updates. I always leave it for a while before imaging.
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       #167

    kado897 said: View Post
    I've noticed since Win 7 that after any update you can get a lot of activity especially if there are .Net updates. I always leave it for a while before imaging.
    Yes, Windows wants to precompile and cache it's .NET binaries, which takes some time. Then it also want's to refresh the file indexing, to speed up performance. Better to wait for all these tasks to complete.
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       #168

    slicendice said: View Post
    Yes, Windows wants to precompile and cache it's .NET binaries, which takes some time. Then it also want's to refresh the file indexing, to speed up performance. Better to wait for all these tasks to complete.
    I actually had an MR backup fail because of that many years ago.
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       #169

    erpster4 said: View Post
    the 1903 (May 2019) update seems to cause some issues with 3rd party antivirus / internet security software like Trend Micro and Avast.

    Support for Windows 10 compatibility - OfficeScan / Apex One

    Avast and Windows 10 version 1903
    Wired network being set to public every reboot

    do not update or use the 1903 release until both Avast & Trend Micro release software updates for their antivirus apps.
    Hi there

    for HOME use computers all these 3rd party AV products are just IMO pointless --WD works perfectly -- it also has built in antimalware etc so even the venerable malwarebytes isn't needed any more. AV protection is now really built deeply into the kernel itself and updated frequently --far more often than any 3rd party supplier could do.

    Those old AV programs were essentially solving security issues of 20 Century when Windows leaked like a sieve (i.e no decent protection) and before things like scamming / identity fraud etc etc became prevalent. The name of the game is making money now so attacks against Mom and Pop type home computers is so last century (C20) that no self respecting hacker would even bother doing it. --There's no money or even fun in doing it.

    For corporates or attacking a country's infrastructure is a totally different issue so professional security is still vital - but honestly 99.999% of people would find just running WD on Windows 10 computers at home perfectly safe.

    I'll bet you could even use places like the venerable TPB and still never get a smidgen of a Virus with WD enabled and its real time protection. Believe me I Do know what I'm talking about here - I've often used some dubious places in the past and haven't been infected -- I've been using Windows for years ever since Windows 3.11 for workgroups. !!

    Cheers
    jimbo
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