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Resolved Windows up grade

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by lynn1102, 2017/05/23.

  1. 2017/06/02
    retiredlearner

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    These are the updates I have received from the latest back to the earliest in update history: KB4020102 (29/05/17) KB4016871 (10/05/17) KB4020821 (10/05/17) KB4016240 (04/05/17) KB4018483 (12/04/17) KB4015583 (12/04/17) KB3001652 (09/04/17) KB2993928 (09/04/17) KB2538243 (09/04/17).
    These may or may not be the same unless you have W10 Pro 64bit.
     
  2. 2017/06/14
    lynn1102

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    This thing gets weirder by the day, although most of it is still working. On June 2, I got a total of 40 security updates and upgrades to MS Office. All installed with no problem and didn't even realize it happened. Then for the next week, I again got a bunch of failed updates. They download, install, reboot, then tell me it failed and is undoing the changes. On June 9, I got windows updates, and on June 13, I got more windows updates and again today, I got more updates. All installed with no problem. My version is still 1607, build 14393-1066.
    I have an Epson printer, model xp620, which I use to print labels on cd's and dvd's. Last week I printed a dozen or so labels, but yesterday when I tried, It wouldn't print. Message said I need to install drivers. Downloaded drivers from Epson and when finished it said to restart computer. Hit restart and got a good 10 minutes of "getting your computer ready". Finally got to restart and got another message that said something about not being able to install and is undoing changes. I did try several time and got the same thing. Printer does work using windows drivers, but no disc printer, scanner or copier ( which I don't use) drivers.
    I found a .bat file and a script file which I installed but haven't tried yet. That's my next step.
    My hair is starting to get very thin.
     

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  4. 2017/06/14
    retiredlearner

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    I'm "ahead" of you - I started with thin hair.:D Funnily, I haven't received any MS Office updates for my Microsoft Office 2013.o_O My build on this comp is 15063.332. in version 1703.
    Have you got a check in the box (Update & Security > Advanced Options >) Give me updates for other Microsoft products when I update Windows?
    My comp is downloading KB4022725 at the moment.
     
  5. 2017/06/14
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    I tried a batch file that was posted by retiredlearner in another thread and it didn't work. Click: Here
     

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