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For some reason mine isn't doing anything. Cannot find Path Specifid.
That directory doesn't exist on either computers. They are 32bit OS is that helps.

Definitely the issue. I've tweaked the code so I'll post it below. Download and run it and see if that works. Shouldn't matter now whether or not its 32 or 64 bit.

Version 4.3 Change log:
  • Eliminated reference to bit specific cscript.exe
  • Name Change to Batch Update Uninstaller
  • New icon

BatchUpdateUninstallerv4.3.zip 51k .zip file
After searching a bit more for a different icon I can't find a better fit so it looks like this is it. I got an error before the logging could initialize though.


Notice any leftover naming schemes? wink.gif
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After searching a bit more for a different icon I can't find a better fit so it looks like this is it. I got an error before the logging could initialize though.


Notice any leftover naming schemes? wink.gif

That's exactly what the issue was....

BatchUpdateUninstallerv4.3.1.zip 51k .zip file
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After searching a bit more for a different icon I can't find a better fit so it looks like this is it. I got an error before the logging could initialize though.


Notice any leftover naming schemes? wink.gif

That's exactly what the issue was....

BatchUpdateUninstallerv4.3.1.zip 51k .zip file
Yup, working now. smile.gif

I didn't check to see if you used the icon I posted or not before. Can we actually use this one? It's a lot cleaner. I want to make sure it's compatible with large icons as well so high DPI users and large icon users can have a nice looking icon too.
http://www.iconarchive.com/show/mega-pack-2-icons-by-ncrow/Uninstall-Tool-icon.html
(Is there any to use PNG or must we use ICO? ICO is huge!)

I also just realized the wording on failed updates is incorrect. If updates fail it still says they have been uninstalled. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Code:
Batch Update Uninstaller Log - 10/25/2015 2:34:33 AM
KBs in kbList.txt
KB971033  - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/971033  - [Common Bug/Error/BSOD] [Win7] - Causes Windows to deactivate legitimate licences under certain circumstances.
KB2454826 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2454826 - [Common Bug/Error/BSOD] [Win7/Server 2008R2] - Claims to improve graphic performance, yet often causes crashes and BSODs.
KB2505438 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2505438 - [Common Bug/Error/BSOD] [Win7/Server 2008R2] - Claims to fix performance issues, yet often breaks fonts.
KB2902907 - UPDATE REMOVED BY MS    https://bit.ly/1MftRyG - [MS Pulled] [Unknown] - KbID previously used as a buggy WinXP MSE installer. Associated with telemetry updates, unanimously uninstalled.
KB2922324 - UPDATE REMOVED BY MS       NO SOURCE AVAILABLE - [MS Pulled] [Win7/8.1?] - Installed alongside telemetry updates. Pulled by MS.
KB2952664 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2952664 - [Get Win10] [Win7SP1] - Ease upgrade experience to the latest version of Windows.
KB2976978 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2976978 - [Telemetry] [Win8/8.1] - CEIP diagnostics and telemetry.
KB2976987 - UPDATE REMOVED BY MS       NO SOURCE AVAILABLE - [Get Win10] [Win7SP1/8.1] Update related to the 3035583 Get Windows X program.
KB2977759 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2977759 - [Telemetry] [Win7] - CEIP diagnostics and telemetry.
KB2990214 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2990214 - [Get Win10] [Win7SP1/Server 2008R2SP1] - Enables you to upgrade to a later version of Windows.
KB3012973 - UPDATE REMOVED BY MS    https://bit.ly/1X8u9K4 - [Get Win10] [Win7SP1/8.1] - Installs Get Windows X program.
KB3014460 - UPDATE REMOVED BY MS    https://bit.ly/1LR8BJS - [Get Win10] [Win7SP1/Server 2008R2SP1] - Enables you to upgrade to a later version of Windows.
KB3015249 - UPDATE REMOVED BY MS       NO SOURCE AVAILABLE - [Telemetry] [Win7SP1/8.1/Server 2008R2SP1/Server 2012R2] - Adds telemetry points to consent.exe and UAC.
KB3021917 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3021917 - [Telemetry] [Win7SP1] - CEIP diagnostics and telemetry.
KB3022345 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3022345 - [Telemetry] [Win7SP1/8.1/Server 2012R2] Installs CEIP diagnostics and telemetry. Replaced by KB3068708.
KB3035583 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3035583 - [Get Win10] [Win7SP1/8.1] - Installs Get Windows X program. Unintentionally creates UAC backdoor.
KB3044374 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3044374 - [Get Win10] [Win8.1/Server 2012R2] - Enables you to upgrade to Win10.
KB3046480 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3046480 - [Telemetry] [Win7SP1/8.1/Server 2008R2SP1/Server 2012R2] - Determines whether to migrate .NET 1.1 with upgrades to a later version of Windows.
KB3050265 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3050265 - [Get Win10] [Win7SP1/Server 2008R2SP1] - Improvements to support upgrades to a later version of Windows.
KB3050267 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3050267 - [Get Win10] [Win8.1/Server 2012R2] - Improvements to support upgrades to a later version of Windows.
KB3065987 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3065987 - [Get Win10] [Win7SP1/Server 2008R2SP1] - Improvements to Windows Update Client. July 2015.
KB3065988 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3065988 - [Get Win10] [Win8.1/Server 2012R2] - Improvements to Windows Update Client July 2015.
KB3068708 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3068708 - [Telemetry] [Win7/8.1/Server 2008R2SP1/Server 2012R2] - Installs CEIP diagnostics and telemetry.
KB3075249 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3075249 - [Telemetry] [Win7SP1/8.1/Server 2008R2SP1/Server 2012R2] - Adds telemetry points to consent.exe and UAC.
KB3075851 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3075851 - [Get Win10] [Win7SP1/Server 2008R2SP1] - Improvements to Windows Update Client. August 2015
KB3075853 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3075853 - [Get Win10] [Win8.1/Server 2012R2] - Improvements to Windows Update Client. August 2015.
KB3080149 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3080149 - [Telemetry] [Win7SP1/8.1/Server 2008R2SP1/Server 2012R2] - Updates CEIP diagnostics and telemetry match Win10.
KB3083324 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3083324 - [Get Win10] [Win7SP1/Server 2008R2SP1] - Improvements to Windows Update Client. September 2015.
KB3083325 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3083325 - [Get Win10] [Win8.1/Server 2012R2] - Improvements to Windows Update Client. September 2015.
KB3083710 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3083710 - [Get Win10] [Win7SP1/Server 2008R2SP1] - Improvements to Windows Update Client. October 2015.
KB3083711 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3083711 - [Get Win10] [Win8.1/Server 2012R2] - Improvements to Windows Update Client. October 2015.
Uninstalling 31 Updates...
Update KB971033  is not installed.
Update KB2454826 is not installed.
Update KB2505438 is not installed.
Update KB2902907 is not installed.
Update KB2922324 is not installed.
Update KB2952664 is not installed.
Uninstalling KB2976978...Failed.
Update KB2976987 is not installed.
Update KB2977759 is not installed.
Update KB2990214 is not installed.
Update KB3012973 is not installed.
Update KB3014460 is not installed.
Update KB3015249 is not installed.
Update KB3021917 is not installed.
Update KB3022345 is not installed.
Update KB3035583 is not installed.
Update KB3044374 is not installed.
Uninstalling KB3046480...Failed.
Update KB3050265 is not installed.
Uninstalling KB3050267...Failed.
Update KB3065987 is not installed.
Uninstalling KB3065988...Failed.
Update KB3068708 is not installed.
Update KB3075249 is not installed.
Update KB3075851 is not installed.
Update KB3075853 is not installed.
Update KB3080149 is not installed.
Update KB3083324 is not installed.
Uninstalling KB3083325...Failed.
Update KB3083710 is not installed.
Update KB3083711 is not installed.
26/31 updates were previously uninstalled.
5/31 updates have been uninstalled.
Hiding Updates...
Found 15 pending updates.
Searching pending updates for KB971033 ...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB2454826...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB2505438...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB2902907...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB2922324...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB2952664...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB2976978...Already hidden.
Searching pending updates for KB2976987...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB2977759...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB2990214...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB3012973...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB3014460...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB3015249...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB3021917...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB3022345...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB3035583...Already hidden.
Searching pending updates for KB3044374...Already hidden.
Searching pending updates for KB3046480...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB3050265...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB3050267...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB3065987...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB3065988...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB3068708...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB3075249...Already hidden.
Searching pending updates for KB3075851...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB3075853...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB3080149...Already hidden.
Searching pending updates for KB3083324...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB3083325...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB3083710...No Such Update Found
Searching pending updates for KB3083711...Already hidden.
6/31 updates were previously hidden.
25/31 updates were not found.
0/31 updates have been hidden.
End Log - 10/25/2015 2:36:47 AM

EDIT: (When I don't read I post incorrect things rolleyes.gif).
The script ran but didn't hide two updates.
This is already a known issue, but perhaps it can still be solved with new information.

I noticed they're recommended updates listed in the optional section. (The slanted ones). I checked all the others, they're fine to install.



The only thing I can really think of is the fact that these updates have been REISSUED recently. At one point I had two of the same update listed, though with different sizes, release dates, and priorities. These two updates USED TO be optional, but were rereleased as RECOMMENDED in October. (May have been September).

Does hiding updates work the same no matter the category or status of it? I think there are some combinations where it doesn't which is why we are seeing these particular unusual updates not hiding.
Edited by cookieboyeli - 10/25/15 at 12:03am
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And that's why i want tolearn SOFTware as I build stuff and know "everything" from HARDware...

Damn I'm jealous tongue.gif

Anyway I started a theread a few weeks ago about asking stuff like this:
1) can someone make a .exe to do this automatically wink.gif
2) if not, anyone has Win 7 with KB's uninstalled (like V-Lite stuff)

So this thread answered BOTH! (tho not sure where to findt Murphy86 or whatever ISO's)

Great stuff guys!

BUT worst case scenarion? Can it cause PC not to boot or run into trouble or something? (as I did format C 3 weeks ago tongue.gif)

EDIT: OP, shall I install your Post 1 4.2 version, or the 4.3.1 version in latest post?
   
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And that's why i want tolearn SOFTware as I build stuff and know "everything" from HARDware...

Damn I'm jealous tongue.gif

Anyway I started a theread a few weeks ago about asking stuff like this:
1) can someone make a .exe to do this automatically wink.gif
2) if not, anyone has Win 7 with KB's uninstalled (like V-Lite stuff)

So this thread answered BOTH! (tho not sure where to findt Murphy86 or whatever ISO's)

Great stuff guys!

BUT worst case scenarion? Can it cause PC not to boot or run into trouble or something? (as I did format C 3 weeks ago tongue.gif)

EDIT: OP, shall I install your Post 1 4.2 version, or the 4.3.1 version in latest post?
Sorry, got distracted! I'll add 4.3.1 to the first post and my sig.

Alright alright.

You can find Murphy78 on thepiratebay(dot)se or kickass(dot)to. Just search his name and you will find his profile with ISOs. All the updates are preintegrated, and I think he leaves out the Get WIndows X update 3035583 or possibly some more. He doesn't modify anything else otherwise, just makes sure the ISO is packaged properly. His work comes across very "official". They're sourced from MSDN ISO's and are just like them except up to date. Simple. No funny business, it still requires you activate it yourself with a legit key just like any other WIndows MSDN official ISO. Technically that breaks the MS EULA, but so does messing with their telemetry. rolleyes.gif
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Edited by cookieboyeli - 10/25/15 at 4:40pm
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Yup, working now. smile.gif

I didn't check to see if you used the icon I posted or not before. Can we actually use this one? It's a lot cleaner. I want to make sure it's compatible with large icons as well so high DPI users and large icon users can have a nice looking icon too.
http://www.iconarchive.com/show/mega-pack-2-icons-by-ncrow/Uninstall-Tool-icon.html
(Is there any to use PNG or must we use ICO? ICO is huge!)

I also just realized the wording on failed updates is incorrect. If updates fail it still says they have been uninstalled.

EDIT: (When I don't read I post incorrect things rolleyes.gif).
The script ran but didn't hide two updates.
This is already a known issue, but perhaps it can still be solved with new information.

I noticed they're recommended updates listed in the optional section. (The slanted ones). I checked all the others, they're fine to install.

The only thing I can really think of is the fact that these updates have been REISSUED recently. At one point I had two of the same update listed, though with different sizes, release dates, and priorities. These two updates USED TO be optional, but were rereleased as RECOMMENDED in October. (May have been September).

Does hiding updates work the same no matter the category or status of it? I think there are some combinations where it doesn't which is why we are seeing these particular unusual updates not hiding.
I had included that icon as an optional icon, it is now the only icon.
Fixed the issue with the failed uninstall wording. There was a misspelling that was causing the failed flag to not be triggered.
Hiding updates is the same regardless of priority. It's a simple boolean setting: IsHidden.
The results you're seeing are not from failure to hide the update (it would actually say it failed if that was the case). The 3035583 update is returning as already hidden, which means the setting IsHidden is already set to true. Why that isn't actually hidden in Windows Update is beyond me. The other one, it actually returning that the update was not found. Which means that the KB is not coming up in the search results for whatever reason. There is supposedly a way to include potentially superseded updates in the search results, but that will require some more testing before I can implement it. I'm not sure that will solve the problem either.

BatchUpdateUninstallerv4.3.2.zip 158k .zip file
v4.3.2 Changelog:
  • Final icon added.
  • Fixed issue with failed flag not being triggered on failed attempts to uninstall an update.

EDIT:
You may want to add the following to #3 in the How to Use section of the first post:
KB's must start on line 3 of the text file as the script skips the first two lines as instructional/informational lines.

Also, you should be able to delete #3 from known issues. The script should now kill itself if ran with no arguments (which is what would happen if double clicked).
Quote:
Originally Posted by ASUSfreak View Post

And that's why i want tolearn SOFTware as I build stuff and know "everything" from HARDware...

Damn I'm jealous tongue.gif

Anyway I started a theread a few weeks ago about asking stuff like this:
1) can someone make a .exe to do this automatically wink.gif
2) if not, anyone has Win 7 with KB's uninstalled (like V-Lite stuff)

So this thread answered BOTH! (tho not sure where to findt Murphy86 or whatever ISO's)

Great stuff guys!

BUT worst case scenarion? Can it cause PC not to boot or run into trouble or something? (as I did format C 3 weeks ago tongue.gif)

EDIT: OP, shall I install your Post 1 4.2 version, or the 4.3.1 version in latest post?
I'd love to compile this into an .exe, but the free batch to exe converters are for personal use only, so I'd not be able to distribute it. I may eventually rewrite as an actual windows application, but I'm just doing this in my spare time (which I don't have a lot of) so who knows when/if that will happen.

As for the worst case, we've had no issues like that brought to our attention. But, I will disclaim: Use this script at your own risk. Overclock.net, Cookieboyeli, nor agawthrop are responsible for any damages caused to your PC from the use of this script.
Edited by agawthrop - 10/25/15 at 1:15pm
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The latest version worked on the 32bit machines.
All the updates (10/31) failed to uninstall. I had to uninstall them manually. After restarting the PC, KB2952664 and KB3046480 remained.
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I'm attempting to troubleshoot why some KB's are not uninstalling. @cookieboyeli can you download the following zip, extract the contents to your desktop and then run the following command in an elevated command prompt?

InstalledUpdateList.zip 1k .zip file

Command
cscript //nologo "%UserProfile%\Desktop\test.vbs" "%UserProfile%\Desktop\test.log"

Then please either attach the log file or post the contents of the log file.

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I'm attempting to troubleshoot why some KB's are not uninstalling. @cookieboyeli can you download the following zip, extract the contents to your desktop and then run the following command in an elevated command prompt?

InstalledUpdateList.zip 1k .zip file

Command
cscript //nologo "%UserProfile%\Desktop\test.vbs" "%UserProfile%\Desktop\test.log"

Then please either attach the log file or post the contents of the log file.

Thanks
Oh boy! Fun! biggrin.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Code:
List of updates installed per Win32_QuickFixEngineering:
KB2899189_Microsoft-Windows-CameraCodec-Package
KB2959936
KB2835517
KB2894852
KB2919355
KB2920189
KB2934520
KB2937220
KB2938772
KB2949621
KB2954879
KB2955164
KB2961072
KB2962409
KB2962806
KB2965142
KB2965500
KB2966407
KB2966826
KB2966828
KB2967917
KB2968296
KB2968599
KB2971203
KB2972103
KB2972213
KB2973114
KB2973351
KB2975061
KB2975719
KB2976627
KB2976978
KB2977629
KB2977765
KB2978002
KB2978041
KB2978122
KB2978126
KB2979573
KB2979576
KB2984006
KB2987107
KB2989647
KB2989930
KB2990967
KB2993100
KB2994290
KB2995004
KB2995388
KB2995518
KB2996799
KB2998174
KB2999226
KB3000850
KB3003057
KB3003667
KB3004361
KB3004365
KB3004394
KB3004545
KB3006137
KB3008923
KB3012199
KB3012235
KB3012702
KB3013172
KB3013531
KB3013538
KB3013769
KB3013791
KB3013816
KB3014442
KB3015696
KB3018133
KB3018467
KB3019215
KB3019978
KB3020338
KB3020370
KB3021910
KB3021952
KB3022777
KB3023219
KB3023222
KB3024751
KB3024755
KB3029432
KB3029603
KB3029606
KB3030377
KB3030947
KB3031044
KB3032359
KB3032663
KB3033446
KB3034348
KB3034348
KB3035017
KB3035126
KB3035132
KB3035487
KB3035527
KB3036612
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Yes I've got some baddies in there. Nothing to be done but reinstall since I ran /resetbase in such a hurry.
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@cookieboyeli so I've attached a beta of v4.4. This is really just something I want you to run to get some test results from the uninstall function. There is only one KB in the kblist.txt and it's one that showed as failed in your previous logs and is showing installed in the log from the test. You'll see some additional screens flash this time. As usual, get some screenshots of the process and post results if you can.

Thanks
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Samsung SSD 840 EVO 250GB Western Digital Blue 1TB LG DVD Burner Windows 8.1 Pro 
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Logitech K800 Seasonic 550W Corsair Carbide SPEC-02 Logitech G700s 
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Intel Core i5 4690K Asus Z97-A Gigabyte GeForce GTX 970 mini Crucial 8GB 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveOS
Samsung SSD 840 EVO 250GB Western Digital Blue 1TB LG DVD Burner Windows 8.1 Pro 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech K800 Seasonic 550W Corsair Carbide SPEC-02 Logitech G700s 
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