since the anniversary update last year, every cummulative update fails. The only solution for the education version is to do a new setup with keeping personal data and apps. What a drag, W10
Did the Update OK,cleaned up system files 3.99TB,rebooted PC no Wi-Fi connection,plugged in Ethernet cable got internet connected.Tried all the usual stuff switched router off / on no Wi-Fi icon bottom right of screen,did a system restore Wi-Fi symbol back with Wi-Fi connected.Both laptops OK but this occurred with my desktop pc with the last cumulative update MS put out,it is now downloading the updates again hope it doesn't break my Wi-Fi again
Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup /ResetBase
I also use Wise Disk Cleaner, which slims the space by removing cached files from %WINDIR%\Installer, DO NOT remove this folder's content manually, unless you know, what you are doing!
So many users are so afraid to remove unneeded files.I also use Wise Disk Cleaner, which slims the space by removing cached files from %WINDIR%\Installer, DO NOT remove this folder's content manually, unless you know, what you are doing!
MS should educate them.
Windows Update showed KB3213986 update available and "downloading updates 90%" when I powered on this morning; I didn't get "ready to install" until sometime after 6:00 p.m. It took half an hour or so to install what turned out to be the malicious software removal tool. WU then displayed a new message that KB3213986 updates were ready to download. I have no idea what was going on all day. Once I started this download, it took about an hour and the installation took another half hour with one restart. So far no issues.
These updates failed with error code 0x80246002 on my husband's HP laptop; haven't checked that out yet. Always an adventure.
Update for HP: I ran the WU Troubleshooter as administrator. It found and fixed four problems, after which the updates downloaded and installed in about an hour with no problems.
Last edited by Diankah; 4 Days Ago at 10:24. Reason: Update
I had problem of being stuck in downloading updates for each cumulative update until I figured out that i should disable my antivirus before getting updates. After that i disable the antivirus and no more problem with any update. My antivirus is NOD32
After this update the reliability monitor does not load. It gets stuck in generating the report. Does anyone else have this problem?
no probs whatsoever, not one single error... Lucky?
I just notice something strange. I have been running Malwarebytes Pro since the first installation of Windows 10 in July 2015. It has always run side by side with Windows Defender. After starting my office laptop this morning with the update build 14393.693 installed on Tuesday, I notice that Windows Defender Real Time Protection was turned off. It told me another anti-virus program had taken over and I was not able to turn it back on. Malwarebytes 188.8.131.529 Pro is the only other virus application I use so I decided to uninstall it and see if there was a change. My system froze during the start of the uninstall and required a hard "Power Button" restart.
When the system restarted. both Malwarebytes and Windows Defender were fully functional. I have never seen this happen before and am wondering if anyone else has seen this problem.