Windows 10 Insider Preview Dev Build 21322 (RS_PRERELEASE) - Feb. 24 Insider

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  1. Posts : 807
    Win10x64 v2004 latest build fast ring
       #60

    robgr said:
    Since upgrading to 21332 I have corrupted UI for Windows Update
    I don't see the green tick/icon and You're up to date etc. text, see screenshots
    If I click 'Check for updates' I don't get the 'Checking for updates...' text
    After a time the button reappears with 'You're up to date etc.' text
    If I go to settings/home I can see in the banner 'Windows Update last checked: 1 minute ago'
    It appears that the check has been successful, this is the only way I can tell
    Any ideas?
    Have you tried the Windows Update troubleshooter?

    Settings/Update & Security/Troubleshoot/Additional Troubleshooters/Windows Update/

    I had something very similar happen, and the WU troubleshooter corrected it...

    ...but on another occasion, even when WU knew I had installed a certain .Net Cumulative update successfully, for some reason WU kept trying to install it again--which it failed at doing (since it had already been installed earlier)--and the situation resulted in an infinite loop situation within WU that the Troubleshooter couldn't correct. Only solution then was to pause updates for seven days and wait until the next build came down, and then remove the WU pause to see what would happen. Fortunately, the new build installed through WU fine and the looped WU problem was reconciled and corrected automatically in the process.

    I tried too much stuff and wasted some time needlessly without fixing anything prior to just pausing updates and waiting for the next build. If it happens again I'll simply "pause for seven days" and repeat the pause if necessary in order to get the next build in WU. Chasing these kinds of WU install bugs is like chasing your tail (I think, but as I have no tail I can't be sure...)

    Good thing is that generally WU has been rock solid over last couple of years of use, and definitely reliable. I would say it's at least as reliable as the UUP to iso method I used to use years ago for every build install, and there was a time in the Windows Preview program when I relied on UUP regularly for all my build installs as WU simply wasn't that reliable! I'm very glad that's all changed as UUP to iso is time consuming to say the least, comparatively!...
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  2. Posts : 512
    Windows 11 Pro( x64) Ver. DEV.CHANNEL 22518.1012 RS_Prerelease
       #61

    i have same problem no text for last updated....but when i click the icon chek for update ..it's working for me
    Windows 10 Insider Preview Dev Build 21322 (RS_PRERELEASE) - Feb. 24-screenshot-2021-03-02-091631.jpg
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  3. Posts : 221
    Windows 10 V1709
       #62

    aswin said:
    i have same problem no text for last updated....but when i click the icon chek for update ..it's working for me
    Like everybody else.
    The message "Checking for Updates" and the running dots are missing...
    I can reproduce this bug on any clean install of 21322, but when I Update the same machines from 19042.844 to 21322.1000 these problems do not show up and the checking for updates looks normal.
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  4. Posts : 512
    Windows 11 Pro( x64) Ver. DEV.CHANNEL 22518.1012 RS_Prerelease
       #63

    this problem ( all my machines build 21322) only in my PC but in laptop normal ..so i though this no big deal ..just wait next build..for 2 or 3 days more
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  5. Posts : 221
    Windows 10 V1709
       #64

    aswin said:
    this problem ( all my machines build 21322) only in my PC but in laptop normal ..so i though this no big deal ..just wait next build..for 2 or 3 days more
    Well, good luck !
    MS guys are very fast in making new bugs, but they take forever to fix them. 😉
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  6. Posts : 512
    Windows 11 Pro( x64) Ver. DEV.CHANNEL 22518.1012 RS_Prerelease
       #65

    fg2001gf10F said:
    Well, good luck !
    MS guys are very fast in making new bugs, but they take forever to fix them. ��
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  7. Posts : 56,794
    Multi-boot Windows 10/11 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider
       #66

    fg2001gf10F said:
    Well, good luck !
    MS guys are very fast in making new bugs, but they take forever to fix them. 
    It's Dev channel. Bugs are expected. How else are they (MS) supposed to know? It seems real easy to bash a system that is designed to expose bugs. That's what it's for. If you expect bug-free releases in the Dev builds, you are in the wrong place.
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  8. Posts : 329
    Windows 10
       #67

    MS have not fixed bugs in Windows from day one (yes Win 9x days) so lets not think they are so great but hey they add 1000 new imoji's each new build instead of bugs reported by testers.

    Too many hipsters in positions of charge these days at least they go rid of the last useless one whom used to post here.
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  9. Posts : 221
    Windows 10 V1709
       #68

    f14tomcat said:
    It's Dev channel. Bugs are expected. How else are they (MS) supposed to know? It seems real easy to bash a system that is designed to expose bugs. That's what it's for. If you expect bug-free releases in the Dev builds, you are in the wrong place.
    @f14tomcat,

    I'm not in the wrong place, I'm on insider channels to find and point out bugs, but also I expect MS to fix them and not to drop them in the forget bucket like they usually do. 😒
    Many bugs have been reported and never fixed....
    Last edited by fg2001gf10F; 03 Mar 2021 at 01:21.
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  10. Posts : 19,508
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #69

    fg2001gf10F said:
    @f14tomcat,

    I'm not in the wrong place, I'm on insider channels to find and point out bugs, but also I expect MS to fix them and not to drop them in the forget bucket like they usually do. 
    Many bugs have been reported and never fixed....
    When bugs become features
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