Any update newer than 19043.1288 fails

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  1. Posts : 10
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       #11

    RJARRRPCGP said:
    Possibly getting the symptoms of a faulty SSD. Unless it's third-party anti-virus interference, it's more likely to be a bad drive.
    Nah it should be all good i bought it like a year ago or smth, says 81% lifetime remaining

    Any update newer than 19043.1288 fails-image.png

    i will post my logs shortly (gotta restart pc now)

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    Well this is funny I tried to post the log in a spoiler tag and got this xd
    Any update newer than 19043.1288 fails-image.png

    I uploaded it on wetransfer WeTransfer - Send Large Files & Share Photos Online - Up to 2GB Free

    Thanks for the help

    Also by the way, i searched on google but i found nowhere where i can find a guide how to read this log, i wanted to do it myself but all i found is a few string like ", error" none of which were contained in my log before, how do u read this log? I wanna learn to do it myself too
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       #12

    @Joe123456

    Set the AppX Deployment Service and the App Readiness Service Startup type to Manual and then try the Update again.

    You can find tutorials there:
    Windows Update Fixes and Tutorials | Sysnative Forums

    Or you do an apprenticeship there:
    Learn How to Fix Windows Update: The Sysnative Windows Update Academy | Sysnative Forums
    Last edited by Tekkie Boy; 01 Dec 2021 at 13:32.
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  3. Posts : 588
    Windows 10 Pro 21H2 x64
       #13

    Joe123456 said:

    Well this is funny I tried to post the log in a spoiler tag and got this xd
    Any update newer than 19043.1288 fails-image.png
    Reminds me of the days of the swap being disabled or too small, especially with a very limited amount of RAM in Windows 95, LOL. When 16 MB of RAM was normal! LOL!

    Some years ago, Chrome/ium is more likely to do this with < 5 GB of RAM. But that was only with some heavy-web-bench-tests.

    Very possible that Chrome/ium is virtually useless with less than 6 GB of RAM now, LOL. Especially NT 6/10! In fact, NT 6/10 can cause a false not-enough-memory error report, because of Windows NT 6/10's resistance to releasing RAM for apps.
    That is seen frequently with Linpack, when it yells about not-enough-memory.
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  4. Posts : 10
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #14

    Tekkie Boy said:
    @Joe123456

    Set the AppX Deployment Service and the App Readiness Service Startup type to Manual and then try the Update again.

    You can find tutorials there:
    Windows Update Fixes and Tutorials | Sysnative Forums

    Or you do an apprenticeship there:
    Learn How to Fix Windows Update: The Sysnative Windows Update Academy | Sysnative Forums
    Wow man you're a genius! Thanks a lot!

    Unfortunately, i don't have much time, so while i would like to learn how to troubleshoot windows updates by taking a look at the guides here and there when i encounter an issue, i don't got much time and I definitely can not commit to
    • The ability to commit to a lengthy training program and a willingness to help out in our Windows Update forum after graduation.

    so that's a shame but oh well, it is what it is. Like, i googled a lot and i tried a lot of fixes (never found that forum tho) and i definitely would not have created a thread if i had access to those resources like I don't like bothering people to help me if it the solution is written but it seems like the only way to gain access to that is to enroll in the program and i don't think i got much time for that, much less to help others (sorry i am very busy), which is ironic because i just got helped this way but oh well... cycle of life. I feel like if the information wasn't so closed and secretly guarded it would help a lot to people, u know like spread it and popularize it and that by itself would mean less people are asking for help since the information is out there and might become common sense soon enough if spread widely enough. But well it's their decision.

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    RJARRRPCGP said:
    Reminds me of the days of the swap being disabled or too small, especially with a very limited amount of RAM in Windows 95, LOL. When 16 MB of RAM was normal! LOL!

    Some years ago, Chrome/ium is more likely to do this with < 5 GB of RAM. But that was only with some heavy-web-bench-tests.

    Very possible that Chrome/ium is virtually useless with less than 6 GB of RAM now, LOL. Especially NT 6/10! In fact, NT 6/10 can cause a false not-enough-memory error report, because of Windows NT 6/10's resistance to releasing RAM for apps.
    That is seen frequently with Linpack, when it yells about not-enough-memory.
    I've got 32gb of ram i do not know why it crashes this way, i guess i could check the chrome log but i cannot really read it (spot a pattern? lol). I know in other sites where if u open lengthy conversation the memory keeps increasing until at one point it crashes, but I know for sure (and by task manager) that the memory usage isn't even close to half of my memory so idk why chrome can't seem to use more than like 8gb or smth...
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  5. Posts : 588
    Windows 10 Pro 21H2 x64
       #15

    Joe123456 said:
    I've got 32gb of ram i do not know why it crashes this way, i guess i could check the chrome log but i cannot really read it (spot a pattern? lol). I know in other sites where if u open lengthy conversation the memory keeps increasing until at one point it crashes, but I know for sure (and by task manager) that the memory usage isn't even close to half of my memory so idk why chrome can't seem to use more than like 8gb or smth...
    It may be a Windows issue, for all I know.
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