KB4601382 CU Windows 10 v2004 build 19041.844 and v20H2 19042.844  

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  1. Posts : 6
    Windows 10 2H20
       #70

    steve108 said:
    @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.
    Hi mate!

    Nope I'm from Italy! The nickname "Keyan" comes from one ogame user like more 10 years ago ahahaha Maybe it was from Kenya!

    So ok, I'm doing another try (I have read to try to unistall audio and video drivers....).
    Wait for update
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  2. Posts : 21,421
    19044.1586 - 21H2 Pro x64
       #71

    Keyan said:
    Hi mate!

    Nope I'm from Italy! The nickname "Keyan" comes from one ogame user like more 10 years ago ahahaha Maybe it was from Kenya!

    So ok, I'm doing another try (I have read to try to unistall audio and video drivers....).
    Wait for update
    And sorry, my spelling is off it would have been Kenyan vs Keyan
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  3. Posts : 6
    Windows 10 2H20
       #72

    Keyan said:
    Hi mate!

    Nope I'm from Italy! The nickname "Keyan" comes from one ogame user like more 10 years ago ahahaha Maybe it was from Kenya!

    So ok, I'm doing another try (I have read to try to unistall audio and video drivers....).
    Wait for update
    Same error with the last try....

    Waiting for the fix from the other user or the next CU update....
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  4. Posts : 53
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit
       #73

    I'm still not offered this update any reason why ?.

    -Edit

    Oh i feel stupid this is still on preview it should be available between 9 to 10th (patch tuesday) of this month for everyone i reckon
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  5. Posts : 21,421
    19044.1586 - 21H2 Pro x64
       #74

    Keyan said:
    Same error with the last try....

    Waiting for the fix from the other user or the next CU update....
    Keyan,
    If the next CU on Tuesday doesn't fix it, this should: Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade and you should not lose any files or apps, but we always encourage you to make a full backup first Macrium Reflect - Use Macrium Image to set up Dual / Multi Boot
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  6. Posts : 6
    Windows 10 2H20
       #75

    steve108 said:
    Keyan,
    If the next CU on Tuesday doesn't fix it, this should: Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade and you should not lose any files or apps, but we always encourage you to make a full backup first Macrium Reflect - Use Macrium Image to set up Dual / Multi Boot
    Ok thanks u so much!

    I will try in this way
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  7. Posts : 96
    w10 pro64
       #76

    Keyan said:
    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
    @Tekkie Boy has explained all in details in one of his posts (that I cannot find right now, sorry).
    Anyhow, have a look at his post here: Can't install KB4601319 - update fails and changes are rolled back.
    You need to locate the missing file that causes the CU refusing to install:
    [quote]To see which driver is not found, I need the setupapi.dev.log from the following path:
    C:\Windows\INF[unquote]
    Copy the missing folder from a healthy machine (with exactly the same windows version).
    You can use Xcopy command to copy the folder back in your Repository.
    You may need to change permissions to be able to do that. And is certainly advisable to get them back at default (after "surgery").
    This can be tricky for someone clamsy like me (I have messed it up in the past with bad results). So now, I use this Tweaking.com - Windows Repair Free/Pro
    that conveniently backs-up and restores default permissions.
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  8. Posts : 6
    Windows 10 2H20
       #77

    [QUOTE=abax2000;2167893]@Tekkie Boy has explained all in details in one of his posts (that I cannot find right now, sorry).
    Anyhow, have a look at his post here: Can't install KB4601319 - update fails and changes are rolled back.
    You need to locate the missing file that causes the CU refusing to install:
    To see which driver is not found, I need the setupapi.dev.log from the following path:
    C:\Windows\INF[unquote]
    Copy the missing folder from a healthy machine (with exactly the same windows version).
    You can use Xcopy command to copy the folder back in your Repository.
    You may need to change permissions to be able to do that. And is certainly advisable to get them back at default (after "surgery").
    This can be tricky for someone clamsy like me (I have messed it up in the past with bad results). So now, I use this Tweaking.com - Windows Repair Free/Pro
    that conveniently backs-up and restores default permissions.
    REALLY THANKS!!! AND THANKS TO ALL FOR THE SUPPORT!

    In my case the missing driver was "nete1g3e.inf_amd64_af58b4e19562a3f9"
    After recovering it from another pc (the desktop where the update was successful), everything went fine!

    So thanks again guys! Happy weekend!
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  9. Posts : 96
    w10 pro64
       #78

    With so much of technical expertise lying around in this website (not to mention the mentality of authors), weekend projects can be much shorter and successful
    I would apply for the librarian's job, but i Doubt if i can cut it even for this
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  10. Posts : 850
    Win 10
       #79

    abax2000 said:
    @Tekkie Boy has explained all in details in one of his posts (that I cannot find right now, sorry).
    Anyhow, have a look at his post here: Can't install KB4601319 - update fails and changes are rolled back.
    You need to locate the missing file that causes the CU refusing to install:
    To see which driver is not found, I need the setupapi.dev.log from the following path:
    C:\Windows\INF
    Copy the missing folder from a healthy machine (with exactly the same windows version).
    Good detective work.

    So that I don't have to work with folder permissions, I use the SFCFix tool to copy files in the protected folders.

    If my written English was better, maybe I would write a tutorial.


    Friendly greetings from germany to greece

    Sorry for any mistakes. English is not my native language.
    Last edited by Tekkie Boy; 07 Mar 2021 at 10:43.
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