kb22667602 version 1393.650.0

  1. Posts : 25
    WINDOWS 10 PRO 22H2 , 19045.2251

    kb22667602 version 1393.650.0

    i am having a issue with the above update for security intel update for microsoft defender .
    Everytime i check for updates its trying to redownload and install . If i go to setings it shows it installed .
    But using control panel uninstall updates nothing is showing there .
    i have ran the update trouble shooter , sfc/scannow, chkdsk, and the dism commands .
    Edition Windows 10 Pro
    Version 22H2
    Installed on ‎7/‎14/‎2023
    OS build 19045.3208
    Experience Windows Feature Experience Pack 1000.19041.1000.0

    any thoughts or help
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  2. Posts : 43,199
    Win 10 Pro (22H2) (2nd PC is 22H2)

    Every time i check for updates
    - just wondering why you bother? Windows does this check automatically. Or should do...

    Have you tried this?
    How to Manually Update Microsoft Defender
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  3. Posts : 25
    WINDOWS 10 PRO 22H2 , 19045.2251
    Thread Starter

    That was not the question sir ,
    The question was why does windows update keep trying to download a update. That has allready been installed ?
    I cant be more clearer that that .
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  4. Posts : 43,199
    Win 10 Pro (22H2) (2nd PC is 22H2)

    No, you said
    Everytime i check for updates its trying to redownload and install .
    - quite different to
    why does windows update keep trying to download a update
    I.e. you are triggering it manually.

    And I gave you something to try. Have you?

    I can't possibly be clearer than that, can I?
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  5. Posts : 25
    WINDOWS 10 PRO 22H2 , 19045.2251
    Thread Starter

    yes and it still does the same thing
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  6. Posts : 327
    Windows 10

    I really hate updating Windows. If it says it is installed then it must be installed. Unless you install a specific program

    1. Download the KB first hand
    2. Find an Offline installer.
    3. Try to see if you can install.
    4. Make sure you know what the KB actually do and changes being made ( asides restarting spyware and prevent you from etc )
    5. Make sure that it is able to install even via command-line ( you might have to read about it ).


    I only care about KB if I need something to work that requires a specific installation and gets more problematic over the years,
    because Microsoft barely tells you what it does.

    In fact you might have to jump through some hoops to get these things to work for you. The KB is dependent on a specific file/program within the Windows folder.
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  7. Posts : 827
    Windows 7

    KB22667602 is the shared name given to all Defender signature updates.

    Every day a new update is generated based on all the malware samples MS collects. Instead of cycling thru the KB numbers, MS references the original KB article number which introduced the first signature update.

    If Windows Update is working normally, it will appear in your system's history. From the details, you can see the version number evolve over time. This is the way it's designed to work.

    Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT) also follows the same pattern. Every month a new version is released, but they're always named KB890830.
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  8. Posts : 327
    Windows 10

    I give up on anything that claims to remove software unless it tells me what is considered "MS"???
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