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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-08-2019, 05:32 PM
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sorry to hijack but having 1809 issues too

I've been having what I'm sure is spectre related microcode hell issues since forced updated 1809. even after the recent update... freezes game crashes etc etc .... since then my ocz haven't been working and even with factory settings in bios.

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I haven't done a clean install through the OS on win 10 yet is it really a clean? like I'll still have 1809 if I do the clean install via os?

or

Better to just load in a whole new o/s from a usb?

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SOLVED: On windows 10 forums they replied me there is tool: WUMT Wrapper Script to disable autoupdates, apparenltly windows bypasses group policy and registry setting and to download manually updates in update manager.
O&O does that too.

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sorry to hijack but having 1809 issues too

I've been having what I'm sure is spectre related microcode hell issues since forced updated 1809. even after the recent update... freezes game crashes etc etc .... since then my ocz haven't been working and even with factory settings in bios.

question:

I haven't done a clean install through the OS on win 10 yet is it really a clean? like I'll still have 1809 if I do the clean install via os?

or

Better to just load in a whole new o/s from a usb?

7820x x299 3600 ram 2080ti win10 64 pro
1809 is just the build, there's nothing wrong with it but just like any other Windows build there are bad updates that you want to avoid and sometimes the installation of the updates messes things up.
The problem you're having isn't likely because anything was wrong with the actual update but because they auto install them every time (even if it's one that doesn't apply to you or if the update is broken).

Te best way to fix issues like that is to do a clean install and use O&O as soon as it fully boots to desktop the first time so you're on the latest build and updated but it hasn't changed your drivers around. If you do that your OS will always be as you left it, no more surprises.


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The latest build 1809, is stable, you just don't want that particular update for 1809.
When I do a clean install I use the latest build from here:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...load/windows10
Then as soon as it's done restarting and you finally make it to the desktop grab O&O:
https://www.oo-software.com/en/shutup10
...which allows you to permanently disable updates, telemetry, and a hundred other things that you probably wouldn't approve of.
You can undo them anytime and they'll default when you choose to update manually. It's just a stand alone regeditor with great preset options. I highly recommend it to anyone wanting to manage their own computer.

As long as you use O&O before your restart it/check for updates, you won't have to worry about it changing your drivers or anything and it will always be a stable build.
FYI before finding O&O I was making custom .ISO to make stripped out versions but O&O does everything I was trying to accomplish with that. Really cuts down on ram and network use too.
When you're up and running and you're looking at O&O go to the settings and check "apply recommended and somewhat recommended settings" then scroll down and click the rest of the update related ones.

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You'll probably have to clean install to fix it. This is exactly why I don't allow 10 to update on it's own...or update anything in any way.
Amen to that....tinywall ftw.

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