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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
BatchUpdateUninstaller4.4beta.zip 157k .zip file

It runs but I get this.


Is > a typo?
Code:
Batch Update Uninstaller Log - 10/27/2015 10:36:05 PM
KBs in kbList.txt
KB3046480
Uninstalling 1 Updates...
Uninstalling KB3046480...Failed.
1/1 updates failed to uninstall.
0/1 updates have been uninstalled.
Hiding Updates...
Found 9 pending updates.
Searching pending updates for KB3046480...No Such Update Found
1/1 updates were not found.
0/1 updates have been hidden.
End Log - 10/27/2015 10:36:21 PM

I made sure to unhide updates first. Some are baked in, but I don't think that one is.
post #132 of 399
Does that come with the first window or the second?
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Does that come with the first window or the second?
Second.
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Do me a favor. Open up the BatchUpdateUninstaller.vbs file in Notepad++, navigate to line 91. Should be:
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objshell.ShellExecute "Cmd", "/k " & sysNativePath & "\wusa.exe /kb:" & kbID & " /uninstall /quiet /norestart","","runas",1
let's replace it with:
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objshell.ShellExecute "Cmd", "/k wusa.exe /kb:" & kbID & " /uninstall /quiet /norestart","","runas",1
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Do me a favor. Open up the BatchUpdateUninstaller.vbs file in Notepad++, navigate to line 91. Should be:
Code:
objshell.ShellExecute "Cmd", "/k " & sysNativePath & "\wusa.exe /kb:" & kbID & " /uninstall /quiet /norestart","","runas",1
let's replace it with:
Code:
objshell.ShellExecute "Cmd", "/k wusa.exe /kb:" & kbID & " /uninstall /quiet /norestart","","runas",1

It worked without the error, but the second window stays visible and on top of the main window.
Code:
Batch Update Uninstaller Log - 10/27/2015 11:13:00 PM
KBs in kbList.txt
KB3046480
Uninstalling 1 Updates...
Uninstalling KB3046480...Failed.
1/1 updates failed to uninstall.
0/1 updates have been uninstalled.
Hiding Updates...
Found 9 pending updates.
Searching pending updates for KB3046480...No Such Update Found
1/1 updates were not found.
0/1 updates have been hidden.
End Log - 10/27/2015 11:13:15 PM

I double checked, this one is failing to uninstall because it's baked in with /resetbase.
I really should do a reinstall... but when I do it'll be to WIndows 10.

Oh wait I have another SSD with a Windows 8.1 install that's been untouched for almost a year. I don't want to boot to it now though, I'd rather just pick an update that isn't baked in for now.

Is there a way to tell whether an update cannot be uninstalled because of what /resetbase does? I think that would be immensely helpful since we run into the issue so frequently.
Edited by cookieboyeli - 10/27/15 at 8:19pm
post #136 of 399
Yea it's staying visible on purpose right now for testing. I really wanted to see that error about the specified path. That was my suspicions.

As far as whats uninstallable, you'd have to know the date you ran /resetbase. Any updates installed before then are not uninstallable.
Edited by agawthrop - 10/27/15 at 8:28pm
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Yea it's staying visible on purpose right now for testing. I really wanted to see that error about the specified path. That was my suspicions. Do you know which of those that had failed isn't baked in via the /resetbase?
Huh.

As far as I can tell these 6 are the only ones not uninstalling and were all hit by /resetbase.

KB2976978
KB3046480
KB3050267
KB3065988
KB3083325

I remember there being more at one point. I probably manually uninstalled all the ones I could that this couldn't.
post #138 of 399
Okay, so I can't really have you test on those. We'd have to test on an update that has been installed since you performed the /resetbase. I really just want to find out if the uninstall command is working or not. On those particular updates for you, they're always going to fail. Do you have any more recent updates you wouldn't mind testing the uninstall process on?
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Okay, so I can't really have you test on those. We'd have to test on an update that has been installed since you performed the /resetbase. I really just want to find out if the uninstall command is working or not. On those particular updates for you, they're always going to fail. Do you have any more recent updates you wouldn't mind testing the uninstall process on?
Just tested 3078405 and it uninstalled correctly. Sorry for the delay there. I'm going to sleep now too. I'll be back in.... 9-15 hours?
Code:
Batch Update Uninstaller Log - 10/28/2015 12:38:42 AM
KBs in kbList.txt
KB3078405
Uninstalling 1 Updates...
Uninstalling KB3078405...Completed.
1/1 updates have been uninstalled.
Hiding Updates...
Found 10 pending updates.
Searching pending updates for KB3078405...Hiding update...Hidden.
1/1 updates have been hidden.
End Log - 10/28/2015 12:41:06 AM

Minor tweak request: Where it says "Script is closing in 15 seconds", why not just have that particular #15, count down instead of essentially writing a duplicate?

- Good luck. I'm off to sleep. tiredsmiley.gif
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v4.4 Changelog:
  • Corrected issue with uninstall command not firing.
  • Minor formatting tweaks
  • Updated closing timer to be done inline with text.

BatchUpdateUninstallerv4.4.zip 160k .zip file
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