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    #223736

    There’s a great sleuthing report on Windows Latest, by akshay Waghray (!), that collects complaints from HP workstation and PC customers. The complain
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    • #223737

      I don’t think it’s KB4464330 doing this, rather I noticed yesterday that Windows Update pushed down a PS/2 keyboard driver to my HP ProBook 430 G4. This includes the HpqKbFiltr.sys file. The device name in Device Manager now says “Standard 101/102 Key or Microsoft Natural PS/2 keyboard for HP Hotkey Support”. I already had the hotkey driver installed but it didn’t do this.

      Oh the joys of forced driver updates!

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      • #223796

        I think you’re 100% correct.

        Running down the details now.

    • #223742

      We’re already more than used to this at home and there’s not much we can do. But HP has a different and greater power than the average Joe and it’s time HP take out it’s whip and kick Microsoft bbigtime.

    • #223800

      Windows Update should not be serving up drivers updates. Period.

      You do not need to keep on top of drivers updates like updates for your web browser and operating system. “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” applies to drivers updates because so many things can go wrong with them.

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    • #223804

      We have a load of HP 800 EliteDesk G1 and HP 400 ProDesk G2, 3 and 4, all on win10 edu 1803, showing the wdf bluescreen and then going to a winpeshl.ini file error on the second restart. We belive this is due to KB 4462919 (removing this and restarting does not lead to the BSODs)

      Any which show the winpeshl.ini file error have required a re-image.

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    • #224736

      we Have had several machines error with the winpeshl.ini issue over the past few days.  They have all had to be reinstalled.  We have now blocked updates via group policy, as we can not afford all of our school pcs to die on us!

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      • #224751

        we Have had several machines error with the winpeshl.ini issue over the past few days. They have all had to be reinstalled. We have now blocked updates via group policy, as we can not afford all of our school pcs to die on us!

        Can you confirm what edition, version of Win10 and any further details please as this would be of great help.

        Beware! the Louis Cypher is everywhere

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