News, tips, advice, support for Windows, Office, PCs & more. Tech help. No bull. We're community supported by donations from our Plus Members, and proud of it
Home icon Home icon Home icon Email icon RSS icon
  • 2schnauzers

    Forum Replies Created

    Viewing 13 posts - 1 through 13 (of 13 total)
    • Author
      Posts
    • in reply to: Windows Update Error 0x800f0922 KB4586781  #2315245
      2schnauzers
      AskWoody Lounger

      my bad, forgot the /log switch. here is the correct log. PLEASE note it was 60mb so even the Zip was too big. I used 7zip and renamed it to .zip (so the forum would accept it) but you must use 7zip to uncompress it (after you rename it back to .7z). If you prefer here is a link to the uncompressed file in the cloud https://1drv.ms/u/s!AiHbTkcyJP90groTfz6L3RgSsCsC0Q?e=rlDJ43

      thanks

      in reply to: Windows Update Error 0x800f0922 KB4586781  #2315059
      2schnauzers
      AskWoody Lounger

      ok I tried it again, I wasn’t around for after it rebooted to install but assume it failed as it is still prompting me to download the update KB4586781

      Attachments:
      in reply to: Windows Update Error 0x800f0922 KB4586781  #2313482
      2schnauzers
      AskWoody Lounger

      OK i tried the stuff from the article on readiness service, the service was already set to Manual, i tried to see about the diagnostic partition but when I mounted it, it showed about 92mb free but a Dir showed nothing in it??

      Anyway I renamed both log files to start fresh and have attached the new logs as the update failed and rolled back. UhOh the new cbs.log file is 68MB!!! compressed it is 3.8Mb too big to attach. I was able to use 7zip so it will fit but it didn’t allow that filetype to be uploaded so I renamed to .zip but will need 7zip to open. Sorry

      Thanks!

      Attachments:
      in reply to: Windows Update Error 0x800f0922 KB4586781  #2313295
      2schnauzers
      AskWoody Lounger

      here you go. Thanks for your help.

      Attachments:
      in reply to: Windows Update Error 0x800f0922 KB4586781  #2313278
      2schnauzers
      AskWoody Lounger

      Paul, I have attached the log. I looked through it but nothing jumped out at me.

      Attachments:
      in reply to: Windows Update Error 0x800f0922 KB4586781  #2313205
      2schnauzers
      AskWoody Lounger

      Per the instructions above I downloaded both and I tried to install KB4586864 and it said it was already installed. I then installed KB4586781 and it churned for a while, rebooted, did the countdown and finally failed and rolled back. There were no error messages or other info.

      What now?

      Note, I researched this on the net and there were a whole bunch of suggestions, most of which I tried.

      2schnauzers
      AskWoody Lounger

      I posted this earlier but didn’t see it show up. Apologies if it is a dup.

      I have the updates paused but today decided I wanted the Defender and .Net update but not 2020-08 kb4569745. I ran the WU hiding tool and made sure it was hidden. I then let it download updates. It downloaded and installed Defender, it downloaded and installed .Net update BUT then it downloaded and tried to install kb4569745. Which failed on reboot and rolled itself back. Fortunately the system booted ok.

      Did do something wrong?

      2schnauzers
      AskWoody Lounger

      I did everything you said (including creating a WIM). When it came back up it says “some of the settings are managed by your organization” good, but it also says “error encountered – we couldn’t check because you aren’t connected to the internet”. Apparently, it didn’t bother to check again and was just giving the last error message. It has the option to “retry”. I am assuming you want me to just let it sit, correct?

      2schnauzers
      AskWoody Lounger

      I successfully did the Restore Point restore.  Should I now just keep pausing updates? If so, when do I again continue with them?

      I really appreciate all the help on this issue. I hope to be able to contribute to issues other folks are having.

      2schnauzers
      AskWoody Lounger

      Yes I did all the steps n #2281282 successfully and the install still failed.  In the uninstall update list there isn’t anything going back very far (this is a new machine purchased in June with pre-installed Windows Home which I upgraded to Enterprise).

      What’s odd is in the “view update history” it says it successfully installed both  KB4565503 and KB4565627 on 7/14/2020

      I just checked the list of restore points and the earliest one is is on 7/15.  I guess it wouldn’t hurt to roll back until then and then just stop the updates. What do you think?

      Or would I be better off doing a reinstall. No I do not have a backup. My bad, but in all the years of running Windows I have never run into Windows Update hell. Lessons learned.

      I appreciate your help.

      2schnauzers
      AskWoody Lounger

      Just to be clear when you said go back to 1909, are you saying uninstall all the recent updates or are you saying do a fresh install and stop at 1909?

      2schnauzers
      AskWoody Lounger

      Hi, I did the steps without error. Upon reboot I again tried to install the KB4565627 and KB4565503. KB4565627 failed with (of all things) download error 0x8007012f. KB4565503 just sat at “Installing” with no action. After about 20 minutes I rebooted. It just sat saying “getting your system ready [or something like that]” no progress counter just that message. I saw the disk light flash occasionally, after 20 minutes I hard shutdown the system and rebooted. It came up quickly and for the **** of it, I looked at C:\Windows\System32\catroot2 and found a file called dberr.txt. The contents were troubling (compared to what was in the same file in the .2007 directory):

      CatalogDB: 5:04:23 PM 7/17/2020: catdbsvc.cpp at line #1293 encountered JET error -1601
      CatalogDB: 5:04:27 PM 7/17/2020: catdbsvc.cpp at line #1771 encountered error 0x0000012f
      CatalogDB: 5:04:27 PM 7/17/2020: catdbsvc.cpp at line #2223 encountered error 0x0000012f

       I ran sfc /scannow and there was no problem so I will now try a reboot. I am getting the same download error after the reboot.

      Another weird thing is when I try to run MMC.exe as administrator, after about 30 seconds

      I get a UAC popup saying something like “the Administrator has blocked access to this program”

      Its looking like I need to do a reinstall of Windows, I hate to install all the apps again but I am really wasting time with this.  What do you think?

      2schnauzers
      AskWoody Lounger

      Ooops sorry for the typo in the KB, not a good way to start 🙂

      This is win10 x64  version 2004 build 19041.329

      The update that is failing is KB4565503 (cumulative) and KB4565627 .Net framework

      both fail with error 0x800f0922

      thanks!

    Viewing 13 posts - 1 through 13 (of 13 total)