Windows 10: Cumulative Update KB4015438 for Windows 10 v1607 Build 14393.969

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  1.    23 Mar 2017 #90

    Ok finally KB4015438 installed correctly. ~10 minutes to download and ~ 18 minutes to install. Don't know why is was so problematic yesterday, but at least it's done today !

    Should I be going to the Microsoft catalog and installing KB40116635 ?
    I'm running Version 1607 (OS Build 14393.969)
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       23 Mar 2017 #91

    smalltown said: View Post
    Should I be going to the Microsoft catalog and installing KB40116635 ?
    I'm running Version 1607 (OS Build 14393.969)
    Up to you, but there only seem to be two new fixes in KB4016635.
    Key changes include:
    • Addressed a known issue with KB4013429 that caused form display issues with CRM 2011 on Internet Explorer 11.
    • Addressed the issue with KB4013429 that prevents users from updating apps from Windows Store with 0x80070216 error.
    Cumulative Update KB4016635 for Windows 10 v1607 Build 14393.970

    If you're not affected by the issues, downloading more than 1GB seems unnecessary, the rest of the fixes should already be in .969 - if there were any new security fixes MS would, I presume, have put it on Windows Update.
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  3.    23 Mar 2017 #92

    Thanks to both of you for helping !
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  4.    23 Mar 2017 #93

    Problems installing Office updates after CU KB4015438


    After installing CU KB4015438 on 3/22, I noticed issues with installing updates for Office 2010. Some would install, some would fail, repeatedly. This morning, I uninstalled CU KB4015438 and then rebooted. Hoped re-installing would update the issue of failed Office 2010 updates. When checking for updates, in addition to KB401538, there were also 3 additional CU listed (KB3216755), (KB3216755) and (KB3201845). It took over an hour to DL and install these. Upon rebooting, all the CU updates had installed successfully, a number of Office 2010 updates were installed, but 11 Office 2010 updates failed again. The error code I have been getting is (0x8024a105). Then, upon rechecking Windows Updates, I sometimes get the reply ... your system is up to date. Any ideas? Should I go fetch KB40116635 on Windows Catalog?
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       24 Mar 2017 #94

    Quick question for someone. I uninstalled this update because since it was installed my laptop fan and the update module thing was acting weird - high cpu and disk use. So i unistalled it through control panel. It is now absent from control panel list but is still showing as successfully installed in settings/update and there is no mention of uninstall. Is this normal?

    laptop seems better so far since uninstall
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       24 Mar 2017 #95

    tomseys said: View Post
    Quick question for someone. I uninstalled this update because since it was installed my laptop fan and the update module thing was acting weird - high cpu and disk use. So i unistalled it through control panel. It is now absent from control panel list but is still showing as successfully installed in settings/update and there is no mention of uninstall. Is this normal?

    laptop seems better so far since uninstall
    No worry. That's just a history log of what has happened. It never logs when an update has been manually uninstalled. Only logs successful and unsuccessful Windows Updates. Just history, that's all.
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       24 Mar 2017 #96

    tomcat.. thank you.

    Quick couple of questions.

    1. When you run a sfc /scannow, does it use windows modular installer worker process as part of scan? Is this process related to windows updates?

    2. Regarding the normal behavior of windows modular installer worker process... should it be normally bouncing around from 3- 30% cpu usage as well as high disk usage? I believe that is what is/was causing my fan to rev.
    It seems calm now (so far) since i unistalled this update. Just want to know for future issue.
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       24 Mar 2017 #97

    tomseys said: View Post
    tomcat.. thank you.

    Quick couple of questions.

    1. When you run a sfc /scannow, does it use windows modular installer worker process as part of scan? Is this process related to windows updates?

    2. Regarding the normal behavior of windows modular installer worker process... should it be normally bouncing around from 3- 30% cpu usage as well as high disk usage? I believe that is what is/was causing my fan to rev.
    It seems calm now (so far) since i unistalled this update. Just want to know for future issue.
    Trusted Installer and child process TiWorker are responsible for checking for/processing/maintaining updates. That's the short version. During a Cumulative update process, for example, it's used (among others) to determine which modules of the Cumulative package need to be dealt with. It can get quite complex, but bottom line, it's normal to see it spike for a short time with high cpu and disk I/O.
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    Windows 10 Home - Version 1803 - Build 17134.285
       24 Mar 2017 #98

    Ok thanks.
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  10. Posts : 543
    Windows 10 Home - Version 1803 - Build 17134.285
       24 Mar 2017 #99

    Okay, I can see that the issue was related to this update as since i uninstalled it the cpu stays calm 0% idle and i no longer see that windows update process. I know i can hide the update to prevent it from coming back for a time. But if I do nothing, how long does it usually take for windows to offer the update again through windows update after uninstall?
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