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Aw man yeah, definitely no hard feelings here.

sweet. cause you must be the most "postingest" member i've seen
LOL!
post #222 of 385
Today Windows Update infinite checking updates again frown.gif ? My CPU and RAM is too high. I don't have KB3177467 (maybe fix this problem? But yesterday checking worked perfectly.) , because I didn't had it in Windows Update. Thank you in advance.
post #223 of 385
Still nothing (still checking for updates) eh-smiley.gif or there is some fix update in october updates?
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Woody Leonhard reports that the Update system isn't working properly today. So you might want to wait before drawing any conclusions regarding why it's not finding the necessary updates.

Besides that, the easiest fix for the slow update scan for me [and 3 other separate machines] has been the December 2015 Windows Update Client: KB3112343
No need of a servicing stack before installing it, like the rollup requires. Speaking of which, KB3177467 supersedes KB3020369. If you wish to go down the rollup fix, get the latest servicing stack, no need to install them both. KB3177467 by itself does NOT fix any sort of slowdowns in the Windows Update scan.

My suggestion to anyone who wants to have their Update Scan properly working is to just get KB3112343 or KB3138612. There is no downside to having bugs inserted by the monthly rollup that contains the latest Windows Update Client. No downside of extra added snooping.

If it doesn't solve your issue, the only workaround is to manually extract KB3161647 by following the instructions that I linked on the KB number.

However, starting this October you should do everything possible to hide the big monthly rollup and limit yourself to only the security updates. Yes, I have explained in another post why bundling so many security hotfixes into one is a bad idea. By installing the security update bundle you only limit yourself to the bugs and issues that might be implemented by it, and not risk extra issues with the optional hotfixes bundled together. It's the least worse case scenario, and since Microsoft doesn't appear to back off from this stupid idea, damage control is the only thing us as consumers could do before fully migrating to Linux.

As such, the only interesting patch this month is KB3192391. Surprisingly Microsoft has made direct download links available despite 2 previous announcements when they said that WSUS and Update Catalog were the only methods to download it.

I would strongly advise not to install it right now, but wait until we get enough reports that this patch is safe and has no massive issues.
post #225 of 385
Uf uf uf. I did it! In this month Microsoft release two fix updates which must be install to Windows update work.
It's KB3177467 and KB3172605 .
First was OK, but second sad me that this update is not applicable to your computer.
So I must downloaded fix update http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/software/updt/2016/09/windows6.1-kb3172605-x64_2bb9bc55f347eee34b1454b50c436eb6fd9301fc.msu to fix KB3172605 (INCEPTION!!) and then this update I finally installed!
Anyway in october updates there are only rollup updates and one rollup (clear rollup) KB3192391 isn't there. You must download and install on yourself https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=53990 . Other rollups I hid.

I made it this image after I installed october updates smile.gif . We're still alive!
Edited by SGvagon - 10/12/16 at 3:08pm
post #226 of 385

wow, this is getting frustrating ....

 

Microsoft ,the government and other large companies

 will eventually get control of all info

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Sorry about the delay guys. We are still trying to ascertain whats safe and whats not. The security only update and .net update look ok at this stage. The October ISO is taking longer than expected. There are a few updates in the rollup that replace older KB's and the ISO needs more testing. I hope to have it ready by the end of the weekend.
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My parents' laptop is seemingly going to take all day to begin downloading 127 updates. So, it has already found 127 updates and 8 recommended updates. I click the button to install and it just sits there saying that it's downloading but nothing downloads. I let it sit like that for a stupidly long time and nothing ever happened. 0 KB downloaded for I-don't-know-how-long. It was too long.

 

I know there's an update that resolves super-long scan times, but what about fixing a problem where it has already completed the scan but just won't download?

 

Or is it downloading but just not telling me? lol

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My parents' laptop is seemingly going to take all day to begin downloading 127 updates. So, it has already found 127 updates and 8 recommended updates. I click the button to install and it just sits there saying that it's downloading but nothing downloads. I let it sit like that for a stupidly long time and nothing ever happened. 0 KB downloaded for I-don't-know-how-long. It was too long.

I know there's an update that resolves super-long scan times, but what about fixing a problem where it has already completed the scan but just won't download?

Or is it downloading but just not telling me? lol

If the appropriate update is not installed then the scan takes forever. When someone selects the updates to download and install, that takes equally as long. It sits there for hours then starts to download and install. As I posted above, October ISO is still being tested. If all works well then scan time is only a couple of minutes not a couple of days.

Edit: 300th post smile.gif Still a long way off you TwoCables thumb.gif.
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If the appropriate update is not installed then the scan takes forever. When someone selects the updates to download and install, that takes equally as long. It sits there for hours then starts to download and install. As I posted above, October ISO is still being tested. If all works well then scan time is only a couple of minutes not a couple of days.

Edit: 300th post smile.gif Still a long way off you TwoCables thumb.gif.

 

hehehe :)

 

Do we remember which update needs to be installed to fix this? Right now, I have Background Intelligent Transfer Service and Windows Update Service set to Manual so that it doesn't start with Windows because even if we don't do anything at all in Windows Update (if all it's doing is waiting for someone to click Install Now), the CPU usage stays at like 25% or higher all day and everything is super-slow. Any action on the computer is a game of Click & Wait. With Background Intelligent Transfer Service and Windows Update Service set to Manual, then the computer is as fast and as responsive as expected all day after rebooting, and CPU usage stays at 0% when we're not doing anything. As soon as we launch Windows Update though, the computer is slowed down to a crawl even though Windows Update isn't doing anything, at least not according to Windows Update or Task Manager.

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