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      • #2339029
        CAS
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        Yesterday I installed Win 10 2004 (OSBuild 190410746). At the same time as the upgrade, kb4598481 and kb4598242 were also installed. Today I installed the security update for Flash and the latest .Net update:kb4578968. I also uninstalled Flash using Adobe’s uninstall.

        When I checked with the official update statement for this site I noticed that kb4598481, the servicing stack update, was listed. Given that the current cumulative update installed I’m assuming that the servicing stack update was included with it. When I tried to install it using MS Update Catalog I got an error message that said that the URL was unavailable. Am I OK or did I screw up someplace?

        Peace,

        CAS

      • #2339075
        b
        AskWoody MVP

        The Servicing Stack Update has almost certainly been installed automatically with the Cumulative Update. But the only place to check is at Control Panel, Programs & Features, View installed updates (or Uninstall updates from the top of View update history) where it should be listed as a Security Update installed on yesterday’s date.

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        • #2339392
          CAS
          AskWoody Plus

          I see that kb4598481 and 4598242 were both installed. Thanks b.

          Peace,

          CAS

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      • #2346479
        Jack Wood
        AskWoody Plus

        I am also unable to install 4598242.  Notice says ‘some files are missing and we will try again’  I have tried about 5 times, and recently downloaded from the Microsoft catalog…it also failed.   Only 3 updates in January for my build, and two were already installed.  No idea what is wrong.  First time ever an update would not install correctly.

        • #2346488
          Susan Bradley
          Manager

          I would try the February update.  If that doesn’t work you’ll need to do an inplace upgrade over the top.

          Susan Bradley Patch Lady

          • #2346505
            Jack Wood
            AskWoody Plus

            Susan,

            Thank you for the quick reply.  Downloaded 4601319 from the catalog…it would not install either.

            I am not familiar with an ‘inplace upgrade over the top’  Appreciate an explanation.

            Thanks again.

            • #2346600
              Paul T
              AskWoody MVP

              From the 8th Feb newsletter

              Repairing Windows 10 over the top

              To perform an in-place repair over the top of Windows 10…

              cheers, Paul

              • This reply was modified 1 month, 2 weeks ago by Paul T.
              • #2346677
                Jack Wood
                AskWoody Plus

                Paul,

                Each time I attempt to install the update, my event viewer says exactly the same thing: that I have an error: wusa.exe

                “C:\WINDOWS\system32\wusa.exe” “C:\Users\jcwoo\Downloads\windows10.0-kb4586876-x64-ndp48_ab1407801539dfe4af2423400875a596fc032739.msu”
              • #2346737
                Paul T
                AskWoody MVP

                You’ve left the error details out.

                Is the issue only with that update or with all updates?
                If it is that update only I would ignore (hide) it, as it’s a .NET cumulative patch with no security fixes.
                Wait for the next cumulative patch.

                cheers, Paul

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