Cumulative Update KB3081444: Success!

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  1. Posts : 703
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #11

    WullieR8 said:
    cheer i downloaded correct version (64 bit) but i got winrar file which when i unzipped had a load of manifest files,file folders,mum files,security catalog but no Cab file i can see. i may go back and try download again.
    For me, the cab file automatically downloaded into a Folder named "Dynamic Update for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB3081440)". The cabinet file is the only thing I have inside that folder.

    The cabinet name I have is "all-windows10.0-kb3081440-x64_9644f810d969d34b3a1ac7c8f9aea71c0a9089bc.cab".

    The cabinet contains tons of files including lots of manifest and *.dll (library) files etc etc etc
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  2. Posts : 10
    Windows 10
       #12

    KB3081440 and KB3081444 caused the update/loop error


    WhyMe said:
    Not saying it will work, but Microsoft released kb3081440 as a fix for the update/loop error. Have you tried it?

    Kb3081440 Microsoft Compatibility update for upgrading to Windows 10 Summary
    Kb3081440 Download from Microsoft Download Catalog

    Oddly I was fine until this morning when KB3081440 and KB3081444 were installed on my laptop, after which I started seeing this endless loop under which my whole Windows session is useless. I have failed my first attempt at doing a system restore (which I had to reboot and then do shift-Restart from the signon screen to get to). I am now trying the 2nd restore point which actually is earlier this month when I upgraded to Windows 10. I won't allow any more Windows updates until this has been fixed.
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  3. Posts : 10
    Windows 10
       #13

    bjohnson921 said:
    Oddly I was fine until this morning when KB3081440 and KB3081444 were installed on my laptop, after which I started seeing this endless loop under which my whole Windows session is useless. I have failed my first attempt at doing a system restore (which I had to reboot and then do shift-Restart from the signon screen to get to). I am now trying the 2nd restore point which actually is earlier this month when I upgraded to Windows 10. I won't allow any more Windows updates until this has been fixed.
    The second system restore point failed with an unspecified error (0x8000ffff). Going to see what other options I have.
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  4. Posts : 9
    windows 10
       #14

    Just to update got the Cab file to download ok (long story uninstalled winrar) tried the admin dos DISM a few times kept getting error 87 (Add-Package packagepath errors) ?? il just have to wait on next cumulative update and hope microsoft get it sorted out.
    just out of curiosity is update kb3081440 to sort out profile errors as i dont appear to have anything wrong in profile lists.
    thanks for your time and assistance though bud , learned a few things.
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  5. Posts : 9
    windows 10
       #15

    just noticed your post bud that is the same name of file i got and tried.
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  6. Posts : 10
    Windows 10
       #16

    Correction


    It was KB3081441 and KB3081444 that messed things up, not 1440 and 1444.

    Also, the failed system restore actually worked. I signed in after the 2nd failed restore and I was back to the point I was at when I upgraded to Win10 from Win7 earlier this month.

    Windows update is downloading these two as well as KB2267602 (Windows Defender update). I am reluctant to allow the installation of 1441 and 1444 until I see from forum topics that this issue really is fixed once and for all.

    My laptop is in working order again so I see no risk if these are the only 3 updates I don't have applied.
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  7. Posts : 703
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #17

    WullieR8 said:
    Just to update got the Cab file to download ok (long story uninstalled winrar) tried the admin dos DISM a few times kept getting error 87 (Add-Package packagepath errors) ??
    That means you may have either misspelt the path or used the invalid directory in to which the cab file was originally downloaded.

    Did you create a new folder called c:\TempCab and put the cab in there?
    If you do that then the command line is:
    Code:
    DISM /Online /Add-Package /PackagePath:c:\TempCab\all-windows10.0-kb3081440-x64_9644f810d969d34b3a1ac7c8f9aea71c0a9089bc.cab
    Just copy and paste it into the command prompt (admin) EXACTLY as above, and it should work. :)
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  8. Posts : 9
    windows 10
       #18

    Yes exactly as you have there, created the TempCab folder in C:/ put the .cab file in it ,and i had exactly what you have there still got error 87 ,i will try copy paste yours to be sure though.
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  9. Posts : 9
    windows 10
       #19

    ok copy and paste worked and i got completed successfully (cant believe i had something wrong,checked over and over)
    so kb 3081440 now shows as installed , unfortunately the cumulative update kb 3081444 kicked in again and has failed with the "undoing changes" message again.
    il wait on fix but many many thanks for your help , i learnt a bit too.
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  10. Posts : 561
    Windows 10 Pro/Windows 7 Ultimate
       #20

    I'm pretty sure this update hosed me, after installing it, upon reboot, my screen kept flickering as if a bad display driver was installed. I could not input my password, because the screen would flicker and reset back to the Lockscreen. Even on the two occasions when I was able to enter my password, it would not log me in, going straight back to the lock screen. I need to avoid installing this or delete it somehow after Windows installs it for me.
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