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    Home Forums AskWoody support Windows Windows 10 Windows 10 version 1909 – November 2019 Update Unable to install KB4532693 in v1909 Errorcode 0x8007010b

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      • #2139237 Reply
        Jan-E
        AskWoody Lounger

        KB4532693 does not install here on a Thinkpad X220 i7 with Windows 10 1909. Errorcode 0x8007010b. Its predecessor KB4532695 had the same issue. It installs, but when rebooting it stops at 7% complete, says it could not complete the update and continues with undoing the changes and reboots once again.

        This happens with the automatic installation and also on a manual installation, using the Update Catalog.

        All other updates for this patch Tuesday installed flawlessly.

        sfc /scannow reports no problems
        The Windows Update troubleshooter does not even detect there is an issue with Windows Update and cannot find a resolution

        I already cleaned the update logs with diskclean and the update cache by renaming Software Distribution and Catroot2.

        System:
        Lenovo X220
        Intel Core i7 2520M
        Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.18363.592]
        Windows Defender with all updates (todays definitions installed without problem)

        Thanks in advance for any hints.

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      • #2139246 Reply
        geekdom
        AskWoody Plus

        Consider running the Windows Update Troubleshooter:
        https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4027322/windows-update-troubleshooter

        G{ot backup} TestBeta
        offline▸ Win7Pro SP1 x64 InUse
        online▸ Win10Pro 1909.18363.752 x64 i5-9400 RAM8GB HDD Firefox75.0b10 Windows{Image/Defender/Firewall}
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      • #2139247 Reply
        PKCano
        Da Boss

        OK, try a couple of other things. You should’t be logged in with a Standard User account.  You can copy/paste the commands one at a time. Record any errors or failures and post back here.

        If you have a HDD (not SSD) in an elevated command prompt run
        chkdsk /f
        Reboot when asked.

        In an eleveted command prompt:
        dism /online /Cleanup-Image /RevertPendingActions
        dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
        sfc /scannow
        Try to update again.
        If it is unsuccessful, run the Windows Update Troubleshooter in Settings\Update and Security under Troubleshooter.

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        • #2139296 Reply
          Jan-E
          AskWoody Lounger

          Thanks a lot for both replies!

          Hoever, no luck. It is a 1TB SSD with a lot of partitions. I already did a fsutil dirty check on all partitions

          C:\>fsutil dirty query c:
          Volume – c: is NOT Dirty

          The followed your advice:

          C:\>dism /online /Cleanup-Image /RevertPendingActions

          Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
          Version: 10.0.18362.1

          Image Version: 10.0.18363.592

          Reverting pending actions from the image…
          The operation completed. Revert of pending actions will be attempted after the reboot.
          The operation completed successfully.
          Restart Windows to complete this operation.
          Do you want to restart the computer now? (Y/N)

          Rebooted. After the reboot I tried it once again:

          C:\>dism /online /Cleanup-Image /RevertPendingActions

          Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
          Version: 10.0.18362.1

          Image Version: 10.0.18363.592

          Reverting pending actions from the image…

          Error: 0x800f082f

          An error occurred reverting the pending actions from the image.
          For more information, review the log file.

          The DISM log file can be found at C:\Windows\Logs\DISM\dism.log

          C:\>dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth

          Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
          Version: 10.0.18362.1

          Image Version: 10.0.18363.592

          [==========================100.0%==========================]
          The restore operation completed successfully.
          The operation completed successfully.

          C:\>sfc /scannow

          Beginning system scan. This process will take some time.

          Beginning verification phase of system scan.
          Verification 100% complete.

          Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations.

          Installed KB4532693 and rebooted. At the reboot it still stopped at 7% complete and rebooted with undoing changes.

          Ran the Windows Update Troubleshooter. Both versions: The installed one and the online one recommended by @geekdon. No issues found, no reso;ution found.

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        • #2139307 Reply
          Jan-E
          AskWoody Lounger

          Ouch. When I changed the code BBcodes into blockquote my reply vanished. I will try it once again.

          Edit: and after posting this repply it appeared again.

          • This reply was modified 1 month, 2 weeks ago by Jan-E.
          • #2139319 Reply
            Microfix
            Da Boss

            Jan-E, the forum anti-spam captured your post due to editing and submitting it too quickly.
            Give it at least 5-6 mins before editing/submitting next time 😉

            Win7 Pro x86/x64 | Win8.1 Pro x64 | Linux Hybrids x86/x64 |
      • #2139316 Reply
        PKCano
        Da Boss

        OK, I’m going to grab at straws:
        Verify you have last month’s SSU KB4528759 installed. It won’t be listed in Update History. You will have to look in Installed updates.
        Do you have this Feb. SSU KB4538674 installed? If not, try downloading it and manually installing it. Did that work?

        And considering Woody’s latead blogpost, maybe you should just wait on the install of the CU. His article will be out shortly in ComputerWorld. And we are still on DEFCON-2.

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        • #2139326 Reply
          Jan-E
          AskWoody Lounger

          I tried reinstalling KB4528759 from the update catalog: “Security Update for Windows (KB4528759) is already installed on this computer.”

          The same with the other one: “Security Update for Windows (KB4538674) is already installed on this computer.”

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        • #2139337 Reply
          Jan-E
          AskWoody Lounger

          Of course, I could wait. No other option at the moment. But I had the same problem with the optional KB4532695. Which is more or less the predecessor of KB4532693, although it has a higher KB number.

          • #2139341 Reply
            geekdom
            AskWoody Plus

            When and what was your last valid cumulative update?

            G{ot backup} TestBeta
            offline▸ Win7Pro SP1 x64 InUse
            online▸ Win10Pro 1909.18363.752 x64 i5-9400 RAM8GB HDD Firefox75.0b10 Windows{Image/Defender/Firewall}
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            • #2139352 Reply
              PKCano
              Da Boss

              Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.18363.592]

              That’s Jan Patch Tues. update.

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            • #2139374 Reply
              Jan-E
              AskWoody Lounger

              The Windows 10 partition is fairly new. I moved the Windows 7 partition to my other SSD and made a clean install of Windows 10 between January 6 and January 10 this year. I must have installed the January CU around January 15, but cannot know for sure because I cleaned the update logs & cache.

              In the second half of January I only got KB4532695, so the January CU was installed.

              • #2139376 Reply
                PKCano
                Da Boss

                If you look in Installed Updates you will find that information. It is not cleared by cleaning the update logs and cache.
                Windows Update\View update history – link to uninstall updates on the upper left.
                OR
                Control Panel\Windows Update – View installed updates link on the upper left.

                If you had installed KB4532695, your Build would be 18383.628 instead of .592

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          • #2139351 Reply
            PKCano
            Da Boss

            Optional KB4532695 Build 18383.628 was a non-Security optional install update issued 1/28.
            KB4528760 (indicated by your Build 18383.592) was a Security update issued on Jan Patch Tues.

            I’d still wait a while and let’s see what develops.

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      • #2139493 Reply
        PKCano
        Da Boss

        Maybe you were just lucky. See this post about Feb. CUs. That’s what DEFCON is for. 🙂

        • #2139498 Reply
          Jan-E
          AskWoody Lounger

          Oops.

          FWIW: while I was testing this on my ‘production’ laptop, I did the same update on a X220 i5 (my previous laptop) that is functioning as a backup now. No issues with icons. And also no issues with KB4532693. The update installed smoothly.

        • #2139499 Reply
          PKCano
          Da Boss

          And this from my Insider FAST Ring information known problems:

          We’re investigating reports that some Insiders are unable to update to newer builds with error 0x8007042b.

      • #2140210 Reply
        yabutey
        AskWoody Lounger

        I had this problem and spent hours following all the suggestions, reboots & watching windows updating as far as 1 – 2% before system restart, only to be informed that it hadn’t been installed & was reverting to its previous state. Finally solved it by re-installing (updating, not clean install) Windows 1909 update via the 1909 Windows update .iso. After it had completed, listed in the installed updates was the elusive KB4532693. It took about 45 minutes, much less than the time I spent tracking down and actioning the various solutions offered on multiple websites. Bit of a nuclear solution, but it worked for me.

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        • #2140215 Reply
          Jan-E
          AskWoody Lounger

          Did you have the same error message?

          I am thinking of the same solution. I will start with making a clone of my Win 10 boot partition, in order to have a way to recover if needed.

          FWIW: I also had a bare Win 10 in a Virtualbox. I gave one shortcut a custom icon vefore updating. No problems.

          • #2140291 Reply
            yabutey
            AskWoody Lounger

            It was exactly the same error message and update number. Its an old system, non-uefi, Core2 Q9650 quad, but its updating ok now.  I have 2 Core i5 9600k uefi systems, a couple of AMD  FX systems (uefi)  & a laptop (also Core2-non-uefi), all had no problems with this particular update. Good luck…

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            • #2140296 Reply
              Jan-E
              AskWoody Lounger

              In my case it is the other way around. The UEFI i7 system with a fresh Win 10 boot partition (SSD) has problems. The older non-UEFI i5 system with an older Win 10 boot partition (HDD) had no problems whatsoever.

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            • #2140421 Reply
              yabutey
              AskWoody Lounger

              Also meant to say, after the process of re-updating  had completed, I noticed a fresh recovery partition had been inserted, between the W10 partition and the old recovery partition. I used a partition manager to move & recover the space used by the old partition, about 500mb. (System reboots & updates ok now) It did make me wonder if the old recovery partition was corrupt and/or was in someway responsible for the update error? I do wish Microsoft would come up with more specific clues as to why an update failed in real time, instead of a broadly defined error code.

               

      • #2140417 Reply
        anonymous
        Guest

        Same here, our machine that runs our intranet on iis. Decided to just do a reinstall

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