Windows 10: .Net Native Framework Package 1.2.23205.0 keeps updating

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  1. Posts : 113
    Windows 10 (2), Win 8.1 (1), Win 7 (1)
       27 May 2016 #31

    The last update for them that I have is the morning of 5/25. I don't have this computer on all the time so I will see if anything pops up today. It is obviously a bug in Windows Update. This seems to be par for the course for Windows 10. One of these days they may get this thing working properly.

    JohnD
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  2.    27 May 2016 #32

    johnpd said: View Post
    The last update for them that I have is the morning of 5/25. I don't have this computer on all the time so I will see if anything pops up today. It is obviously a bug in Windows Update. This seems to be par for the course for Windows 10. One of these days they may get this thing working properly.

    JohnD
    BrianDrab on Sysnative posted a response saying that I likely did not experience an update on 5/18, 5/19, and 5/24. Turns out he was right. You as well?
    I asked him if this means that he knows which apps are causing the updating issue. I'll post his response as soon as I receive it. I seems odd that he didn't just say so in his previous post but then again he might not know for sure.
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  3. Posts : 113
    Windows 10 (2), Win 8.1 (1), Win 7 (1)
       30 May 2016 #33

    Got them again late Sunday night (5/29).

    JohnD
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  4.    30 May 2016 #34

    johnpd said: View Post
    Got them again late Sunday night (5/29).

    JohnD
    Same here and again today. Nothing from BrianDrab either. Looks like we may have to just wait until MS fixes this.
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  5. Posts : 113
    Windows 10 (2), Win 8.1 (1), Win 7 (1)
       30 May 2016 #35

    It is interesting that another old laptop that I have converted to Windows 10 is not getting these repeated updates. I don't know what is the key to this happening.

    JohnD
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  6.    31 May 2016 #36

    johnpd said: View Post
    It is interesting that another old laptop that I have converted to Windows 10 is not getting these repeated updates. I don't know what is the key to this happening.

    JohnD
    I have three Dell desktops and one Dell laptop and only one of the desktops is seeing the repeated updates. The one that is updating had the Windows Software Development Kit installed. I've long suspected this is part of the problem since it appears to be something that everyone with this problem has installed. But I am puzzled that removing it from my system had not stopped the updating. Maybe the uninstalles leaves behind some registry keys. I suppose the a could try to clean them out but since this is my production PC I'd rather not risk muncking it up.
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    Win_8.1-Pro, Win_10.1607-Pro, Mint_17.3
       31 May 2016 #37

    SoFine409 said: View Post
    I have three Dell desktops and one Dell laptop and only one of the desktops is seeing the repeated updates. The one that is updating had the Windows Software Development Kit installed. I've long suspected this is part of the problem since it appears to be something that everyone with this problem has installed. But I am puzzled that removing it from my system had not stopped the updating. Maybe the uninstalles leaves behind some registry keys. I suppose the a could try to clean them out but since this is my production PC I'd rather not risk muncking it up.
    You might want to try using cCleaner > Registry scan to clean up the registry. There are two things that didn't carry over to Win10 - .NET 1 and Media Center. Both of these have pieces in the registry and cCleaner > Registry will find them and remove the extraneous entires.

    Download cCleaner
    Watch the install for other software (Chrome, Toolbars, etc)
    Remove the check marks - do not install

    Luanch cCleaner
    Pick Registry
    [ Scan for issues ] button
    Select issues
    [ Fix selected issues ] button
    Backup - YES
    Fix all

    Restart your machine

    The registry backup of the keys that were changed is your safety net. I've never had to use the backup, but every machine is different.
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  8. Posts : 113
    Windows 10 (2), Win 8.1 (1), Win 7 (1)
       01 Jun 2016 #38

    I cannot find the Windows Software Development Kit installed on my system so I don't think that is the problem.

    JohnD
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  9.    01 Jun 2016 #39

    johnpd said: View Post
    I cannot find the Windows Software Development Kit installed on my system so I don't think that is the problem.

    JohnD
    Hi John. The SDK isn't something that would be installed without you seeking it out. If you didn't install it then that shoots a big hole in my theory. It's looking more and more like this issue is in the hands of MS to fix.
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  10.    01 Jun 2016 #40

    Slartybart said: View Post
    You might want to try using cCleaner > Registry scan to clean up the registry. There are two things that didn't carry over to Win10 - .NET 1 and Media Center. Both of these have pieces in the registry and cCleaner > Registry will find them and remove the extraneous entires.

    Download cCleaner
    Watch the install for other software (Chrome, Toolbars, etc)
    Remove the check marks - do not install

    Luanch cCleaner
    Pick Registry
    [ Scan for issues ] button
    Select issues
    [ Fix selected issues ] button
    Backup - YES
    Fix all

    Restart your machine

    The registry backup of the keys that were changed is your safety net. I've never had to use the backup, but every machine is different.
    Hi Slartybart. TY for the response. I have CCleaner but just never sat down and worked with it before. Generally I'm very conservative with registry cleaning. I'm not shy about making individual registry edits as long I understand exactly what's the key(s) do. Since Johnpd blew a hole in my theory (in Post#38) about SDK, I'll probably just sit tight until MS fixes the issue.
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