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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
Alright! smile.gif Added to the first post.
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I just wanted to report in, that the latest version was finally able to get rid of KB2952664. I'm on Win 7 Pro 64 Bit.

I re-checked the installed updates and it never showed up again! Awesome! thumb.gif
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I just wanted to report in, that the latest version was finally able to get rid of KB2952664. I'm on Win 7 Pro 64 Bit.

I re-checked the installed updates and it never showed up again! Awesome! thumb.gif
Sweet! biggrin.gif That is really good to hear since I had none like that to test. I'm sure agawthrop will appreciate the positive feedback as well. This means the "basic" action of uninstalling an update works better through our script he made, than the WUSA /uninstall command Microsoft made. thumb.gif
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That is great to hear!
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Thank you for this
subbed and will be looking for other updates and hoping to post more info on them along with other threads on OCN for this annoyance.
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The work you do is really appreciated! thumb.gif
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Thanks for the support guys! biggrin.gif I've really enjoyed working with Agawthrop to make this clean, unified solution. It's almost polished you could say! Soon as we get those blasted updates to hide 100% of the time! I gotta ask on Superuser or Stackoverflow.

Stay tuned for more updates! Agawthrop and I are cooking something up! thumb.gif

https://youtu.be/m3CkOunk8fY?t=7s Add a section here, change a line there... and now time to tes- *BOOM* eek.gif
Edited by cookieboyeli - 10/29/15 at 6:27pm
post #148 of 399
Hi all,

For some reason I need to update my Win 7 but don't want to switch to Win 10. So I just need to run the attached file?
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Hi all,

For some reason I need to update my Win 7 but don't want to switch to Win 10. So I just need to run the attached file?
Sorry for the late response. Yes, definitely run this.

It sounds like you haven't updated in awhile though, so you may have a few "rounds" of updates. Bad updates might be in different rounds, so I'd run this before updating after every round and reboot completes before installing the next set. Also, for now keep optional updates on and install them, but turn off microsoft recommended updates. Optional updates actually seem to have a lot of bug fixes the last time I checked.

You could actually just run the script once, install everything I mentioned, then run it again after all updates are complete. That will remove the bad updates after they install, though it's best if you don't let them install in the first place.

It's up to you how you do it, but definitely do it one way or another. (I'm sorry it's not clear, we're working on figuring out the best way for every situation and making instructions). thumb.gif

Let me know if you need clarification and how it goes. smile.gif
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Sorry for the late response. Yes, definitely run this.

It sounds like you haven't updated in awhile though, so you may have a few "rounds" of updates. Bad updates might be in different rounds, so I'd run this before updating after every round and reboot completes before installing the next set. Also, for now keep optional updates on and install them, but turn off microsoft recommended updates. Optional updates actually seem to have a lot of bug fixes the last time I checked.

You could actually just run the script once, install everything I mentioned, then run it again after all updates are complete. That will remove the bad updates after they install, though it's best if you don't let them install in the first place.

It's up to you how you do it, but definitely do it one way or another. (I'm sorry it's not clear, we're working on figuring out the best way for every situation and making instructions). thumb.gif

Let me know if you need clarification and how it goes. smile.gif

Thanks for the response.

Spot on, indeed I very rarely update my Windows. I think it stretches back all the way to Win 98 days biggrin.gif

So, just do as specified in the front page?

How to use:
  1. Right click BatchUpdateUninstaller.cmd and run as admin.
  2. When the script completes, reboot.
  3. To modify the KbList, delete the lines of updates you don't want, then simply add one KB ID per line. KB articles, etc are entirely optional. The first two lines of the document must be kept intact.

Step 3 is optional, right?
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