Cumulative Update KB4524147 Windows 10 v1903 build 18362.388 - Oct. 3 Win Update

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  1. Posts : 542
    Windows 10 Pro
       #50

    I am on the right version of Windows.

    Cumulative Update KB4524147 Windows 10 v1903 build 18362.388 - Oct. 3-2019-10-04.png

    Did a Fresh/clean install did all updates. Only installed HP 8740 Pro basic drivers. Notepad still crashes ie closes when I hit print from 8740 menu.

    Gort
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  2. Posts : 2,557
    Windows 10 pro x64-bit
       #51

    wiggly1uk2000 said:
    A quick update to my earlier post about installation issues with KB4524147...

    After trying a few troubleshooting steps (including resetting Windows Update) I gave in and did a fresh install of Windows. Then, before installing any third party drivers or software (except GPU drivers) I applied the update again. This time it installed with no error.

    Of course I still don't know exactly what the problem was but at least I can forget about it now!
    You did the right thing. Normally when one is having these kinds of error codes while installing an update, it means somehow, somewhere there is a corruption in your system. A repair install would have been in order if the steps in the article I referred you to didn't work. And finally a clean install if all else fails. That is exactly what you did. Glad you got it all sorted out.
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  3. Posts : 52
    Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit
       #52

    I downloaded the SSU and CU from Windows Catalog and had no issues with those updates. LibreOffice is working fine, but I'm noticing slower boot times and programs opening a little slower. Running Windows Ten Pro, Intel i7-6700. I perform a clean install when the major updates come twice a year. Anyone else notice things running a little slower?
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  4. Posts : 56,058
    Multi-boot Windows 10/11 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider
       #53

    Barefoot said:
    I downloaded the SSU and CU from Windows Catalog and had no issues with those updates. LibreOffice is working fine, but I'm noticing slower boot times and programs opening a little slower. Running Windows Ten Pro, Intel i7-6700. I perform a clean install when the major updates come twice a year. Anyone else notice things running a little slower?
    This right after applying the CU and the first reboot?
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  5. Posts : 52
    Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit
       #54

    Yes, and my boot disk is a Samsung 970 Pro Nvme, so I'm used to fast startup and general overall speed and notice when it's slower.
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  6. Posts : 654
    Windows 10 Home
       #55

    Hewjr100 said:
    Not using portable version, are you running it of a flash drive. What about notepad?

    Gort
    I install Libre Portable in My Documents. I cant find anything wrong with it. And use Notepad everyday, all is well.

    This is the portable version I am using (Multilingual-Standard).

    LibreOffice Portable Fresh (full-featured office suite) | PortableApps.com

    Bo
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  7. Posts : 89
    Windows 10 Pro
       #56

    IronZorg89 said:
    You did the right thing. Normally when one is having these kinds of error codes while installing an update, it means somehow, somewhere there is a corruption in your system. A repair install would have been in order if the steps in the article I referred you to didn't work. And finally a clean install if all else fails. That is exactly what you did. Glad you got it all sorted out.
    Thanks. I'm still surprised the problem occurred in the first place. I run a very 'clean' system anyway with only a handful of trusted applications and only the bare essentials running in the background. This is the first time an update has caused me installation issues in more years than I care to remember. I guess there's a first time for everything.

    Now I find myself slightly paranoid about what I should and shouldn't install. For example, my Samsung NVMe SSD has its own controller driver. Technically it's not required but I ought to be able to install it without issue. Another example is PowerDVD. I've bought and paid for it (including a couple of upgrades along the way) but I know it makes quite a lot of registry changes under the hood in order to make itself the default software for optical disc playback of any kind. It would be nice if it asked first! Then there's my ageing Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Elements software (on original CD-ROM) which works but feels increasingly 'clunky' and outdated on Windows 10.

    In an ideal world one would hope that no third party software (malware aside) could interfere with the smooth running of Windows but I've been using computers long enough to know otherwise! Anyway, fingers crossed the next update goes more smoothly!
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  8. Posts : 2,557
    Windows 10 pro x64-bit
       #57

    wiggly1uk2000 said:
    Thanks. I'm still surprised the problem occurred in the first place. I run a very 'clean' system anyway with only a handful of trusted applications and only the bare essentials running in the background. This is the first time an update has caused me installation issues in more years than I care to remember. I guess there's a first time for everything.

    Now I find myself slightly paranoid about what I should and shouldn't install. For example, my Samsung NVMe SSD has its own controller driver. Technically it's not required but I ought to be able to install it without issue. Another example is PowerDVD. I've bought and paid for it (including a couple of upgrades along the way) but I know it makes quite a lot of registry changes under the hood in order to make itself the default software for optical disc playback of any kind. It would be nice if it asked first! Then there's my ageing Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Elements software (on original CD-ROM) which works but feels increasingly 'clunky' and outdated on Windows 10.

    In an ideal world one would hope that no third party software (malware aside) could interfere with the smooth running of Windows but I've been using computers long enough to know otherwise! Anyway, fingers crossed the next update goes more smoothly!
    Third-party apps are always trying to put themselves as Default. One can always change that in Default Apps Settings. I also use Cyberlink Power DVD which came with the Whole Media Suite and whenever there is an Update for one of their different Apps in the suite, they try to change the Default settings. That goes the same for every third-party App I know of.

    To your other point, you don't have to be paranoid to use your system in the normal way. You best line of defense is to backup religiously (Full System Image backup with differential or Incremental). That is exactly what I do and I cannot remember the last time I did a clean Install. Whenever something goes amiss after an update either from MS or a third-party App, all I have to do is to revert back to a state when my computer was working fine.

    With that in mind, always remember to have a fresh system backup ready before any major change to your sytem.

    Cheers! LOL
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  9. Posts : 56
    Win 10 PRO x64
       #58

    LM2007 said:
    It downloaded and installed well, but now Sticky Notes close when i open it. Anyone else with this problem after the update?
    Yes, same here with Sticky Notes. After updates applied it would try to open up but fail and close. Resetting the App via Settings>Apps fixed it but I lost my notes.

    Still monitoring things but overall I feel my system is not running as smoothly as it was.
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  10. Posts : 542
    Windows 10 Pro
       #59

    Still not able to print with HP 8740 Pro in wndows 10 18362.388. However I just installed ubuntu 19.04 alongside Windows, until 19H2 goes stable. If that does not work I guess I'll have to wait until 20H1. Anyway does anyone think that perhaps I should opt into 20H1 insider?

    Gort
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