Windows 10: KB3087040: Failed to install Solved

  1.    21 Oct 2015 #1

    KB3087040: Failed to install


    This is the message I'm getting when I try manual installation. I do have Adobe Flash Player (18 and 19.226) problem in Opera 32 stable: I'm ask on many video streaming web sites to click play to run Adobe (left on the screenshot). I reported this issue to the Opera team last week but it persist. This problem was not present in previous version.

    Windows 10 Internet Explorer update KB 3087040 fails with error 0x80004005 | InfoWorld
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  2.    24 Oct 2015 #2

    The Adobe flash player bug in Opera 32 stable was also solved by the clean install.
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