KB4601382 CU Windows 10 v2004 build 19041.844 and v20H2 19042.844  

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  1. Posts : 29
    10 Pro
       #60

    Anybody been having issues with one or monitors changing resolutions after reboot? This just started occurring and Im not sure if its caused by this update or because I was overclocking my memory and had a few failed boot attempts
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  2. Posts : 10
    Windows 10 64bit Pro 20H2
       #61

    Hi.
    First post here..
    This update offered to me on 24.02.2021 got stuck on downloading at 71% for over 2 hours. I gave up in the end and downloaded it from the Microsoft Update Catalog.
    The other update on the same date, designed to help make WU a lot smoother clearly didn't work, why is Windows 10 such a nightmare to update every month?
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  3. WXC
    Posts : 12,450
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 22H2 19045.3693
       #62

    Tcr2021 said:
    Hi.
    First post here..
    This update offered to me on 24.02.2021 got stuck on downloading at 71% for over 2 hours. I gave up in the end and downloaded it from the Microsoft Update Catalog.
    The other update on the same date, designed to help make WU a lot smoother clearly didn't work, why is Windows 10 such a nightmare to update every month?
    Hello @Tcr2021,

    I just wanted to take a moment to welcome you to Ten Forums.

    As I am relatively new here as well, I'm sorry, I have no answer for you. But they sure seem hell bent on keeping things upside down.

    Actually, I joined because of an error code, as a result of their Flash Player removal KB. Applied it, then instantly started having the error code. Fortunately, another member here, found it and sorted it for me.

    No more error code. ...no idea if Flash is back or not (but was all related to Flash). Microsoft, it seems, has turned to S*** like everything else in todays quest for a quick buck.

    I too, now dread the monthly CU's.

    I do however, wish you and yours the very best during this time. :)
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  4. Posts : 96
    w10 pro64
       #63

    abax2000 said:
    Exactly same pattern.
    Only that finally update failed with 0x80070003.
    Ran dism x3, sfc ->all ok.
    Windows Update troubleshooter had a finding that reported fixed.
    Ran sfc again -> all ok.

    After that, reboot, Brink's bat file for resetting update; did not find the registry entries, concluded successfully.
    Tried again; unsuccessful again with 0x80070003.
    The update asks for a reboot, that goes up to 7% (and fails). Exactly same behaviour as with KB4598242, that managed to overcome only with in-place update.
    NOT AGAIN
    After many hours lost, going through google's loops and hoops, finally found light in several posts, including the present blessed website and this guy's explanation in some of his posts (THANK YOU SO MUCH) https://www.tenforums.com/members/tekkie-boy.html
    Latest update (and obviously several before) could not be installed because of a driver missing!!!!
    Which was exactly a Microsoft driver that I wanted to avoid, and I was afraid of update -in-place.
    WTF Microsoft!!! Get your sit together@!!!
    After deleting the bloody thing manually, rendered all subsequent CU uninstallable!!!
    I, THE PAYING CUSTOMER, NEED TO CHOOSE MY SOFTWARE AND DRIVERS MYSELF!!!
    And why on earth, you are losing time and resources on updating totally useless bells and whiastles, instead of building a SIMPLE AND HUMAN READABLE LOG FILE FOR THE FREAKING UPDATES!!!
    All info is there, available and damn easy to do !!!

    How many users (and PAYING CUSTOMERS) have being forced in in-place-upgrades and OS-reinstalls for BS reasons?


    BTW: this https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...ws-update-logs needs updating.
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  5. Posts : 1,750
    Windows 10 HOME 64-BIT
       #64

    I think someone has a temper tantrum. Tip: leave the PC in one piece so you can use it afterwards! :)

    KB4601382 CU Windows 10 v2004 build 19041.844 and v20H2 19042.844-322cd4c10b3af47811dc8440280916b9.jpg
    (Orrrrrr maybe not?!)
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  6. Posts : 96
    w10 pro64
       #65

    RingTailCoon said:
    I think someone has a temper tantrum. Tip: leave the PC in one piece so you can use it afterwards! :)

    KB4601382 CU Windows 10 v2004 build 19041.844 and v20H2 19042.844-322cd4c10b3af47811dc8440280916b9.jpg
    (Orrrrrr maybe not?!)
    you bet
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  7. Posts : 6
    Windows 10 2H20
       #66

    abax2000 said:
    After many hours lost, going through google's loops and hoops, finally found light in several posts, including the present blessed website and this guy's explanation in some of his posts (THANK YOU SO MUCH) https://www.tenforums.com/members/tekkie-boy.html
    Latest update (and obviously several before) could not be installed because of a driver missing!!!!
    Which was exactly a Microsoft driver that I wanted to avoid, and I was afraid of update -in-place.
    WTF Microsoft!!! Get your sit together@!!!
    After deleting the bloody thing manually, rendered all subsequent CU uninstallable!!!
    I, THE PAYING CUSTOMER, NEED TO CHOOSE MY SOFTWARE AND DRIVERS MYSELF!!!
    And why on earth, you are losing time and resources on updating totally useless bells and whiastles, instead of building a SIMPLE AND HUMAN READABLE LOG FILE FOR THE FREAKING UPDATES!!!
    All info is there, available and damn easy to do !!!

    How many users (and PAYING CUSTOMERS) have being forced in in-place-upgrades and OS-reinstalls for BS reasons?


    BTW: this https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...ws-update-logs needs updating.
    Hi!
    I have exactely the same problem. At 7% it reboots and then fails the update!
    I have tried various troubleshooting options like resetting windows updates component, sfc /scannow, rebuild image etc... Everytimes it fails at 7%!

    My drivers are updated to latest version available on internet by using SDI Driver tools.

    Can you please explain how u fixed that??
    Windows reports the error 0x80070003

    Thanks in advance
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  8. Posts : 146
    Windows 10 Pro x64 22H2
       #67

    I had pretty much the same problem with a previous update.
    An in-place repair was the only thing that fixed it.
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  9. Posts : 6
    Windows 10 2H20
       #68

    DaveH1 said:
    I had pretty much the same problem with a previous update.
    An in-place repair was the only thing that fixed it.
    I don't want to reinstall only for this update. Because others update are installing fine!
    So I will waint for the "driver solution"... or any other fix.

    Maybe with the next update will be installed and I can skip this one (KB4601382) ???


    P.s. I have this problem only on my Asus notebook (UX330UA). Not on desktop pc
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  10. Posts : 21,421
    19044.1586 - 21H2 Pro x64
       #69

    Keyan said:
    I don't want to reinstall only for this update. Because others update are installing fine!
    So I will waint for the "driver solution"... or any other fix.

    Maybe with the next update will be installed and I can skip this one (KB4601382) ???


    P.s. I have this problem only on my Asus notebook (UX330UA). Not on desktop pc
    @Keyan (as in from Kenya?) hello and welcome to TF ,
    Yes, you can certainly wait until Tuesday when the next CU comes out - less than a week from now and see if it installs or not - then take action based on that.
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