Windows 10: Cumulative Update KB3189866 Windows 10 build 14393.187

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  1.    14 Sep 2016 #141

    Finally installed after trying again Today, now defender won't scan unless I click the scan button, cheers MS updates.
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       14 Sep 2016 #142

    @dalchina

    Many thanks, clearing the SoftwareDistribution folder worked but it stalled again at 48% this time, however the WU Standalone Installer worked this time to manually install the .msu file for KB3189866 and then KB890830 + KB3188128 followed as normal via Windows Updates. All sorted now at last!
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  3.    14 Sep 2016 #143

    Seems to take 2-3 attempts.. glad it worked.
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       14 Sep 2016 #144

    How long do folk find that this update takes during the rebooting after the update - the bit from 30% to 100%? I wanted to boot up fairly quickly, and it took over 5 minutes, which was annoying.
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       14 Sep 2016 #145

    Fafhrd said: View Post
    How long do folk find that this update takes during the rebooting after the update - the bit from 30% to 100%? I wanted to boot up fairly quickly, and it took over 5 minutes, which was annoying.
    Only 5 mins? I wish!.....
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       14 Sep 2016 #146

    That's why I asked How Long? How long for you Debbie?
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       14 Sep 2016 #147

    Fafhrd said: View Post
    That's why I asked How Long? How long for you Debbie?
    Only took my computers about 2 mins or less. But I have SSD's installed.
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  8.    14 Sep 2016 #148

    Fafhrd said: View Post
    How long do folk find that this update takes during the rebooting after the update - the bit from 30% to 100%? I wanted to boot up fairly quickly, and it took over 5 minutes, which was annoying.
    It was around 5 -8 minutes on mine (8GB Ram / Core i3)
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       14 Sep 2016 #149

    Fafhrd said: View Post
    That's why I asked How Long? How long for you Debbie?
    On our 2nd laptop in this house where the updates did go smoothly the reboot took nearly 15 mins. And it has a SSD!
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       14 Sep 2016 #150

    AndrewDG62 said: View Post
    now defender won't scan unless I click the scan button, cheers MS updates.
    If you mean the automatic maintenance scan that start itself while the PC is idle, then the Anniversary Update broke that one for me. The trick to get it working again is to go into Defender settings and turn off real-time protection. Now restart your machine. Defender will turn itself back on with all the right tweaks to let it run automatic scans again.
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