Cannot Stop Certain Updates Repeatedly Showing

  1. Posts : 235
    Windows 10

    Cannot Stop Certain Updates Repeatedly Showing

    On one of my Fujitsu machines I am getting certain non Windows updates repeatedly showing. I have tried to instal them and they say installed but reliability history shows failed. As they keep repeatedly appearing in Windows Updates I have temporarily stopped Windows Updates. Other "normal" windows updates were installed yesterday with no problem.
    Isn't there an option in device manager or somewhere similar that can stop Windows from updating Intel stuff as I thinkthe correct drivers are already installed. Thanks.
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  2. NTN
    Posts : 972
    W10 19045.2546

    Choose Advanced options.

    Under Choose how updates are installed, choose the options that you want, including checking OFF the Give me updates for other Microsoft products when I update Windows Cannot Stop Certain Updates Repeatedly Showing-aa656.jpg
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  3. Posts : 89
    W10 Home 22H2

    I am also having the same problem with driver updates via Windows Update, and this one is giving failure after failure (at least 6 at a time and always giving me an update error).
    I have tested the Tuesday updates and they work fine and successfully.
    I've tried everything up to disabling updating drivers as mentioned in the following link and it doesn't result:

    Enable or Disable Driver Updates in Windows Update in Windows 10

    The only thing that worked to not have to see these driver updates always failing was the "wushowhide.diagcab" program, having hidden all the drivers that were constantly failing via WU.
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  4. Posts : 42,496
    Win 10 Pro (22H2) (2nd PC is 22H2)

    You can be more specific as regards driver updates:
    Prevent Windows Update from Updating Specific Device Driver
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  5. Posts : 89
    W10 Home 22H2

    They are all drivers that are released via Windows Update (There are several from HP Components, Realtek among others) all give an error when installing.
    Everything failed (I even deleted the event log, as I have little time to analyze what is going on).
    Microsoft, updating drivers through Windows Update, only did one thing: Release outdated drivers, with bugs and now with errors and failure when installing the driver through this route.
    With cumulative and Net Framework updates, it installed flawlessly after uninstalling and reinstalling.
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  6. Posts : 42,496
    Win 10 Pro (22H2) (2nd PC is 22H2)

    And thank you for your reply.
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  7. Posts : 235
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    Original poster here.
    Thanks for the options but I already had them set to only include Windows updates. Its strange (or not) that Fujitsu recently released an update to its Desktop Update software that may have something to do with these errors. I think Fujitsu helpdesk will be getting a phone call from me in the next few days !

    - - - Updated - - -

    I rang the helpdesk today didn't get any joy there.
    However this afternoon I resumed updates and the "Intel Ext" so called updates are no longer showing , this is on two identical machines.

    Someone must have done something !
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  8. Posts : 352
    Windows 11 Home (x64) Version 23H2

    Yes ..... MS fixed the update that caused this without us even knowing ! Mine was acting like yours and i deleted the last update from MS and then reinstalled it before they came out with a quiet fix!
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  9. Posts : 89
    W10 Home 22H2

    Could it be that what happened with Windows 11 also happened in Windows 10.

    Windows update errors | Windows 11 Forum

    Windows update error 0x80070103 | Windows 11 Forum

    After all, M$ sent drivers that cause conflict with those that are already installed there (terrible service from a company that boasts of being the pinnacle of technology)

    In my WUMT the same error is mentioned, by coincidence. Everything else runs fine.
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