• Windows update

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    I just installed the latest Windows update this morning (2-28-2023). I haven’t noticed anything wrong with the software. However when I went to print out a document. It either came up with an error when I tried twice to print the document. Or on a different document, it would print it out. But it took longer than normal. Any ideas on what I can do to resolve my issue? Could my printer be experiencing issues? My printer is a Brother MFC-J895DW model.

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    • #2539255

      Whatever issue it was. Either a Windows update or something unknown to me. My issue has since been resolved.

    • #2539496

      I have a Brother MFC-8460N attached with a network CAT-5 cable.

      It occasionally will fail to respond to a “Print” request from the print-spooler.

      I simply power cycle the printer and all is well for a few weeks or months.


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      I have an issue with updating Win10 to v. 22H2 – I just ran the *.ISO file for 22H2, and after doing it, “winver” say I am still running 21H2.

      I think I know why – I have kind of been a disciple of Susan Bradley and, back a while, she has made a suggestion on how to keep Win10 from updating when it was undesirable. It had to do with putting the name of the newest version you wanted to allow in a field in gpedit, and I did so, and now my brain is fading as to WHERE that field is !!

      Help !! Can someone assist me on this.

      Thank you SO much ahead of time!

      • #2542094

        See AKB6000003. Download and run the script to move to/stay on Win10 22H2.
        Once you run the script, Win10 22H2 should be available in Windows Update within 24 hours (or less).

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