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    • #2376636
      hjf
      AskWoody Plus

      Hi–

      I got a very clean Windows 10 computer several months ago in order to painfully make the switch from Windows 7. For awhile I let it sit. I got some help here and tried to follow the directions I received on 2/7/21. I made a mistake and clicked on something I thought was information only, but it started updating. In desperation I put it into airplane mode. One Drive was installed before I stopped the process. Now I have decided to bite the bullet and try to do some intelligent updating. I think that as soon as I try to connect to the internet, updating will resume. Supposedly Windows 10 has built in security so perhaps I won’t get any malware, etc. But I am always concerned. To save time, here are the updates on the computer:

      5/27/20 KB4557968

      9/12/20 Security update for Adobe Flash Player, KB4577266, KB4576478, KB4571756

      Any advice on how to proceed from here is much appreciated. I know that a good thing to do is to back up the computer first. I could use more detailed help with that also. So far I have done nothing I wish to save.

      By the way I have my doubts about OneDrive in general and haven’t used it for my Windows 7 computers.

      Thank you! Heather

      Windows 10 Pro 64 bit

      #2341626
      hjf
      AskWoody Plus

      Update: Connected to web. Updated fine. Forget all the questions about how to update Defender Antivirus.

      On to Windows Update. I note that AskWoody is currently at Defcon 4 and will be changing tomorrow. Would it be okay to just click on Windows Update? If I do that, is there a particular order for updating the various sections?  Below is the current status list:

      Features:  version 2004 installed 5/27/2004.  (maybe skip this?)

      Quality Updates (3)

      2020-09 Cumulative .NET framework 3.5 and 4.8 Windows 10 Version 2004 for x64(KB457648) successfully installed 9/12/2020

      2020-09 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 2004 for x64 based Systems(KB4571756) successfully installed 9/12/2020

      2020-06 Security Update for Adobe Flash Player for Windows 10 Version 2004 for x64 based Systems (KB4561600) Successfully installed on 9/12/2020

      then 10  driver updates all done successfully on 9/12/2020

      then 3 Defender updates which are listed here as 9/12 and 9/13 but over in security where I just updated, it has the current date

      then Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool x64-v5.83 (KB890830) successfully installed on 9/12/2020

      Any and all help appreciated. Thank you.

      hjf

       

       

      #2307087
      EP
      AskWoody_MVP

      there isn’t one, at least not for normal or casual users.

      only MSDN & MVS subscribers are getting the “newer” or refreshed 2004 ISOs like the following:

      en_windows_10_consumer_editions_version_2004_updated_sep_2020_x64_dvd_4c07c420.iso
      (Win10 v2004 consumer multi-edition ISO build 19041.508 – KB4571756 update integrated)
      at least this one includes the defrag bugfixes

      found it listed here:
      https://www.heidoc.net/php/myvsdump_details.php?id=p6831f93773ax64len

      ask a willing MVS user to give you something like it

      • This reply was modified 11 months ago by EP.
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      #2307084
      EP
      AskWoody_MVP

      the 2004 ISOs with either 19041.264 or 19041.450 do not include the defrag bugfix though, which was fixed in the KB4571744 (19041.488), KB4571756 (19041.508) & recent 2004 updates

      the 2004 Sep 2020 or Oct 2020 refreshed ISOs that MSDN/MVS users got include the defrag fixes

      • This reply was modified 11 months ago by EP.
      EP
      AskWoody_MVP

      ok, I now think it’s time to grab a copy of those 2004 ISOs before MS replaces them with the 20H2 versions later this October on their web site.

      please note that the 2004 ISOs normally obtained from the MS Win10 downloads page or with the 2004 media creation tool (with either build 19041.264 or 19041.450 [the Aug. 2020 refresh of 2004]) will not include the defrag bugfix. KB4571744, KB4571756 or higher update will have to be installed after v2004 installation to fix most of the defrag bugs.

      MSDN/MVS subscribers have gotten the newer 2004 ISOs with build 19041.508 (KB4571756 CU integrated) in late September that includes most of the defrag fixes.
      Ask a willing MSDN/MVS user to obtain these updated 2004 ISOs (aka. Sept. 2020 refresh of 2004) which do include the defrag bugfixes:
      en_windows_10_consumer_editions_version_2004_updated_sep_2020_x64_dvd_4c07c420.iso
      en_windows_10_consumer_editions_version_2004_updated_sep_2020_x86_dvd_9bcac8c4.iso

      • This reply was modified 11 months, 4 weeks ago by EP.
      #2297268
      Microfix
      AskWoody MVP

      Yup, That KB4571756 is a september 2020 patch which has been reported to cause issues for some. As we are at MS-DEFCON2, it’s wise to hide it in WUShowhide for now and wait ’till woody gives the all clear. What is your model of PC?

      | Quality over Quantity |
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      anonymous
      Guest

      I’ve recently been having performance issues so I did a repair install that brought me up to 2004. All good I thought.

      Then Windows tried to install KB4571756 and tried to reboot. All I got was the HP logo (HP Notebook) and the spinning wheel. And it spun and it spun and it spun.

      I was cursing, thinking I might have to do a fresh reinstall so went to bed. Eventually the next morning the Widows login screen came up. I used the MS Hide Updates tool to block KB4571756 and so far it seems to be going OK.

      #2296881
      Ron M
      AskWoody Plus

      Paul, thanks for the suggestions.  Most of the problems that I have been experiencing seem to be traceable to one of the recent updates, specifically KB4571756 as I am finding out that there are others who are experiencing the same, or similar, problems.  As I indicated in a previous post, most of my main apps are still functioning okay, so I will wait a while and see if MS issues a correction of that update, or withdraws it.  If not, then I will follow the suggestion of mledman and see if I can revert to a time prior to that update.

      I do not have an image backup that I can restore and I don’t feel I have enough of a technical understanding of the “system” to reinstall Windows using the “retain my data” option.  I am always wary of these sort of technical things as I don’t know that I would know what to do if they didn’t work.  Back in the days of Windows 95, I probably would have been okay with “mucking” around with the system as things weren’t too complicated in those days, but today, everything is connected to everything else in the OS – like a house of cards, you pull on one card and the whole house comes tumbling down.

      If push comes to shove, I will take the computer down to my local PC Guru shop and see what they can do for me.  It may be as simple as reinstalling Windows 10 and going from there.

      Ron M

      #2296634
      mledman
      AskWoody Plus

      Assuming KB4571756 is the problem –

      Windows+R to open the “Run” box. Type “control.exe” and click ok to open control panel.

      restore point – recovery > open system restore > then “next”. Any available restore points will appear. A check box (bottom left) will show older available restore points. Select a restore point older than your issue. Clicking “scan for affected programs” will show what is being changed. If you want to make the changes, follow the prompts.

      uninstalling KB4571756 – Programs and features > view installed updates (upper left) > right click on KB4571756 and click uninstall.

      If you have success, you may want to pause updates for a while.  Start > settings > Update & security > pause updates.  Each click adds 7 days (up to 35).

      As long as you can use your computer, waiting for Microsoft to fix this is not a bad idea.

      Win 10 home - 21H1
      Attitude is a choice...Choose wisely

      #2296434
      Ron M
      AskWoody Plus

      mledman, thanks for the information.  How would I uninstall update KB4571756, or can I?  I would not know where to begin to us a restore point.

      Ron M

      #2296409
      mledman
      AskWoody Plus

      It seems for some, the September cumulative update, KB4571756 is causing the problem you describe.  The suggested cure is to uninstall KB4571756 or use a restore point.

      Per Woody – Mayank Parmar has a bug roundup on Windows Latest.

      Win 10 home - 21H1
      Attitude is a choice...Choose wisely

      #2296102
      WindowsPersister
      AskWoody Plus

      Two issues that each occurred immediately after installing a September update.  I eventually installed them all, perhaps unwisely, because of fear about insecurities in Windows.  I have 64-bit Windows 10 Pro 2004, now fully updated, on a desktop.

      ISSUE 1:  I installed KB4576478 on 2020-09-10 (.NET Framework 3.5 and 4.8), because it seemed wise to update .NET.  Ever since, I get the blue window ‘Just a moment . . .’ after every login.  It stays there for nearly four minutes, then every is normal.   I have not the slightest idea how to get rid of it, but it is really annoying me and slowing me down.

      ISSUE 2:  I installed KB4571756 on 2020-09-13 (the big cumulative update for 2004), in the forlorn hope that this might possibly fix the ‘Just a moment . . .’ problem.  Ever since, I cannot use NordLynx with NordVPN — NordLynx uses WireGuard.  No real worries here, because Nord’s OpenVPN works with no problems, both TCP and UDP, but why the issue with Wireguard?

      I can only report.  I leave it to experts to diagnose what caused these issues — and hopefully how I can removed the wretched blue window ‘Just a moment . . .’.

       

      #2295965
      anonymous
      Guest

      Quite common – but a lot of devices failing to install the latest patches.

      https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/cumulative-update-wont-install-kb4571756-error/c4f93506-b0d5-4c53-b653-c8d7f7934c70

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      ch100
      AskWoody_MVP

      Here is the relevant part of the CBS.log when this happens (on 20H2, which is 2004 with the 20 H2 Enablement package):

      2020-09-12 17:46:04, Error                 CBS    Exec: Failed to pre-stage package: Microsoft-Windows-Printing-PMCPPC-FoD-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~en-US~10.0.19041.1, component identity: amd64_adobe-flash-for-windows_31bf3856ad364e35_10.0.19041.1_none_e190f18a08ed1a44, file: Flash.ocx,  sandbox: \\?\C:\WINDOWS\CbsTemp\30836952_230277118\Windows10.0-KB4571756-x64.cab\, file format: 0 [HRESULT = 0x800f0988 - PSFX_E_INVALID_DELTA_COMBINATION]
      2020-09-12 17:46:04, Info                  CBS    Failed to gather all required files. [HRESULT = 0x800f0988 - PSFX_E_INVALID_DELTA_COMBINATION]
      2020-09-12 17:46:04, Info                  CBS    Failed to gather all missing files for package: Package_for_RollupFix~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~19041.508.1.9 [HRESULT = 0x800f0988 - PSFX_E_INVALID_DELTA_COMBINATION]
      2020-09-12 17:46:04, Info                  CSI    0000010c@2020/9/12:07:46:04.288 CSI Transaction @0x1996b2e8770 destroyed
      2020-09-12 17:46:04, Error                 CBS    Failed to pre- stage package: Package_for_KB4562830~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~10.0.1.2 [HRESULT = 0x800f0988 - PSFX_E_INVALID_DELTA_COMBINATION]
      2020-09-12 17:46:04, Info                  CBS    CommitPackagesState: Started persisting state of packages
      2020-09-12 17:46:04, Info                  CBS    CommitPackagesState: Completed persisting state of packages
      2020-09-12 17:46:04, Info                  CSI    0000010d@2020/9/12:07:46:04.335 CSI Transaction @0x1996b2e85a0 destroyed
      2020-09-12 17:46:04, Info                  CBS    Perf: Stage chain complete.
      2020-09-12 17:46:04, Info                  CBS    Failed to stage execution chain. [HRESULT = 0x800f0988 - PSFX_E_INVALID_DELTA_COMBINATION]
      2020-09-12 17:46:04, Error                 CBS    Failed to process single phase execution. [HRESULT = 0x800f0988 - PSFX_E_INVALID_DELTA_COMBINATION]
      2020-09-12 17:46:04, Info                  CBS    WER: Generating failure report for package: Package_for_KB4562830~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~10.0.1.2, status: 0x800f0988, failure source: Stage, start state: Resolved, target state: Installed, client id: UpdateAgentLCU
      
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      #2295517
      EP
      AskWoody_MVP

      a year ago around the end of September 2019, MS did release 1903 “V2” ISOs with build 18362.356

      let’s see if MS could release a set of “V2” ISOs for v2004 with build 19041.508 (KB4571756 update integrated) around middle or late September 2020

      edit – I’ll go against the advice here and WAIT until MS produces newer 2004 ISOs with at least build 19041.508 and THEN I’ll go get a copy of an updated 2004 ISO download; just like for waiting a few weeks until it’s safe to apply the September 2020 patches

      so there’s no real need to actually rushing out and getting a copy of Win10 v2004 yet since the upcoming 20H2 release won’t be due out until either late October or sometime in November.

      • This reply was modified 1 year ago by EP.
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