KB4532693 CU Win 10 v1903 build 18362.657 & v1909 build 18363.657  

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  1. Posts : 384
    Windows 10-Pro 64bit
       #40

    swarfega said:
    What do you do with 6 machines!?
    Insider tester.
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  2. Posts : 13,175
    Win10 Version 21H2 Pro and Home, Win11 Pro and Home
       #41

    Yep, Insider Testing [have 2], 3 Win10 Pro [but one can go away since I got the Upgrade to Pro from Home and don't need it], one Linux Mint. These are all Desktops connected via Ethernet to the Wireless Router along with 2 x 2TB NAS drives and 2 printers [LaserJet and OfficeJet]. Have several Notebooks using Wi-Fi along with wife's. Most of the Notebooks have Win10 but one has Linux Mint and an older Acer Aspire with WinVista whose lid hinges are doing their best to break away from the base when being opened, may not last long. And I've saved additional Desktops, a Win7 Pro, a WinXP and an MS-DOS 6.22 with Win3.1. I cloned the Win7 to another HDD then installed and activated Win10 while still available then stored that HDD.
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  3. Posts : 1,020
    Windows 10 Pro 20H2 19042.572
       #42

    All three of my systems updated OK (2 Pro + 1 Home). The little ASUS Tablet took almost 1 full hour ? Poor little Atom processor was running its heart out.
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  4. Posts : 254
    Windows 10 Pro
       #43

    Heck I have 8 PCs 10 if you count swapping boot drives. 3 HTPCs one on each TV 3 Laptops and 2 desktops. Then I use drive trays on the desktops to switch between Android X86 and linux mint on the other. On top of that I repair computers for a couple friends. I enjoy messing around with them. It all started about 1985 when I built my first box.
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  5. Posts : 1,243
    Windows 8.1, Win10Pro
       #44

    Updated 6 machines with this 18363 update -- and no issues so far.
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  6. Posts : 98
    Windows 10
       #45

    I downloaded this last Friday night and it took two reboots because I just triggered the download then went to bed and when I woke up the next morning it asked for another reboot.

    I like the change to the bigger font for file explorer. Much easier to read now. It did change all of my files from large icons to details so I've had to change them back as I come to them. Not a big deal though.

    However, a much bigger deal is that since this update occurred I can't eject a USB device like an external hard drive safely anymore. I keep getting the same error message that the device is in use and can't be ejected. But I've verified through task manager that nothing is running. The drive could be sitting there idle for hours and I still get that error message. I read one suggestion to use disk management and right click on the drive to eject it but I don't see that option. If I choose remove device it still says it's in use and can't remove it.

    I don't want to continue physically pulling the device because I read that can cause damage if done too many times but right now I have no choice until I can figure out what's causing this error message.
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  7. Posts : 1,778
    Windows 10 Pro,
       #46
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  8. Posts : 1,778
    10 Home 64-bit | v22H2 | Build - 19045.2728
       #47

    Rocky said:

    From your link near the bottom of the article:
    The good news is that the update is not wiping your data, but rather renaming the original user profile in the C:\Users folder. If you are affected by this issue, you can look in C:\Users and see if you have a renamed profile ending in .000 or .bak.
    I have three machines and looking in C:\Users for either of them reveals no renamed profile(s) ending in .000 or .bak. and they are running well. KB4532693 CU Win 10 v1903 build 18362.657 & v1909 build 18363.657-15_10_2.gif

    If you go Here; Woody's post claims Avira or AVG may be the culprits, and looking in your specs you show neither so take a breath and relax.
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  9. Posts : 2,557
    Windows 10 pro x64-bit
       #48

    Jezza819 said:
    I downloaded this last Friday night and it took two reboots because I just triggered the download then went to bed and when I woke up the next morning it asked for another reboot.

    I like the change to the bigger font for file explorer. Much easier to read now. It did change all of my files from large icons to details so I've had to change them back as I come to them. Not a big deal though.

    However, a much bigger deal is that since this update occurred I can't eject a USB device like an external hard drive safely anymore. I keep getting the same error message that the device is in use and can't be ejected. But I've verified through task manager that nothing is running. The drive could be sitting there idle for hours and I still get that error message. I read one suggestion to use disk management and right click on the drive to eject it but I don't see that option. If I choose remove device it still says it's in use and can't remove it.

    I don't want to continue physically pulling the device because I read that can cause damage if done too many times but right now I have no choice until I can figure out what's causing this error message.
    Reboot your machine and after it is up and running, go to Action Center and put "Focus Assist" to "Off". Try again "Safely Remove Hardware" and see what gives. If that fails, shut off the machine completely and wait at least for 5 minutes and unplug the offending USB.

    The aforementioned workaround has always helped me in the past when facing this issue.

    Cheers!
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  10. Posts : 29,662
    Windows 10 (Pro and Insider Pro)
       #49

    Jezza819 said:
    I downloaded this last Friday night and it took two reboots because I just triggered the download then went to bed and when I woke up the next morning it asked for another reboot.

    I like the change to the bigger font for file explorer. Much easier to read now. It did change all of my files from large icons to details so I've had to change them back as I come to them. Not a big deal though.

    However, a much bigger deal is that since this update occurred I can't eject a USB device like an external hard drive safely anymore. I keep getting the same error message that the device is in use and can't be ejected. But I've verified through task manager that nothing is running. The drive could be sitting there idle for hours and I still get that error message. I read one suggestion to use disk management and right click on the drive to eject it but I don't see that option. If I choose remove device it still says it's in use and can't remove it.

    I don't want to continue physically pulling the device because I read that can cause damage if done too many times but right now I have no choice until I can figure out what's causing this error message.
    Make sure indexing is not on

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