Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 KB3136562

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  1. Posts : 3,297
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #80

    hTconeM9user said:
    So could delete them then and clean up disc a bit
    Unless KB3136562 installed only the listed updates not already installed.
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  2. Posts : 2,818
    Windows 10 Home (x64) Version 21H1 (build 19043.1202)
       #81

    larc919 said:
    Unless KB3136562 installed only the listed updates not already installed.
    Have installed that one
    So hopefully the ones CH listed can be removed safely via uninstall updates
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  3. Posts : 187
    Windows 10
       #82

    Reldel said:
    Installed update and it fixed a long standing update problem that threw regular 0x80070643 error code after an update check. This error code has repeated regularly for months even though the Windows update ran and downloaded property.
    I had the opposite experience. I installed this update and I started getting that error code when trying to install Defender updates. I uninstalled this update and had to do a system restore to get it working right again.
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  4. Posts : 150
    Windows 10 Pro
       #83
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  5. Posts : 1,412
    Windows 10 Pro 21H1 64 bit
       #84

    hTconeM9user said:
    Have installed that one
    So hopefully the ones CH listed can be removed safely via uninstall updates
    I would NOT recommend you doing that. They are called Cumulative updates for a reason. The latest updates have all the previous updates but when installed only the new files that need updating are done. Files that were updated in previous updates are left untouched. If you uninstall a previous update you will have old versions of files.


    If you do a clean install then only the latest cumulative update is need to update all the files.


    Jim
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  6. Posts : 2,818
    Windows 10 Home (x64) Version 21H1 (build 19043.1202)
       #85

    Phone Man said:
    I would NOT recommend you doing that. They are called Cumulative updates for a reason. The latest updates have all the previous updates but when installed only the new files that need updating are done. Files that were updated in previous updates are left untouched. If you uninstall a previous update you will have old versions of files.


    If you do a clean install then only the latest cumulative update is need to update all the files.


    Jim
    OK for got about that
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  7. Posts : 5,440
    windows 10 Pro ver 21H2 build 19044.1348
       #86

    AnEdge said:
    Maybe.
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  8. Posts : 552
    Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit
       #87

    Is This Right?


    Hi all, silly question time, having previously installed KB3136562 without any problems. Decided to uninstall, all went well and version of windows reverted to 10586.71, but update history still shows that I installed KB3136562.
    Is this correct ? or should it have been removed from here also.

    Thanks in advance for any help.
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  9. Posts : 10,254
    Wndows 10 Pro x64 release preview channel
       #88

    thegeriatric said:
    Hi all, silly question time, having previously installed KB3136562 without any problems. Decided to uninstall, all went well and version of windows reverted to 10586.71, but update history still shows that I installed KB3136562.
    Is this correct ? or should it have been removed from here also.

    Thanks in advance for any help.
    As far as I'm aware that is correct as only shows the install history.

    The fact that you then uninstalled it wouldn't be written to that log.
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  10. Posts : 56,047
    Multi-boot Windows 10/11 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider
       #89

    DooGie said:
    As far as I'm aware that is correct as only shows the install history.

    The fact that you then uninstalled it wouldn't be written to that log.
    That is correct. Install history is simply an ongoing log of successful & failed KB updates. Installed updates is the true picture of your status. DooGie is right. Just confirming.
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