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Hi,
Might have to try that
sfc has been pretty useless for a long long time on win-10.
 

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Just a heads up...

The cumulative update released today shows corrupt files when the following is run:

Code:
C:\WINDOWS\system32> sfc /scannow

Beginning system scan.  This process will take some time.

Beginning verification phase of system scan.
Verification 100% complete.

Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them.
For online repairs, details are included in the CBS log file located at
 windir\Logs\CBS\CBS.log. For example C:\Windows\Logs\CBS\CBS.log. For offline
repairs, details are included in the log file provided by the /OFFLOGFILE flag.
This happened on all three of my active Windows 10 Pro 1903 installs. To fix it I ran:

Code:
C:\WINDOWS\system32> dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth

Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
Version: 10.0.18362.1

Image Version: 10.0.18362.239

 [==========================100.0%==========================] The restore operation completed successfully.
The operation completed successfully.
Running sfc again showed that the errors were repaired:

Code:
C:\WINDOWS\system32> sfc /scannow

Beginning system scan.  This process will take some time.

Beginning verification phase of system scan.
Verification 100% complete.

Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files and successfully repaired them.
 For online repairs, details are included in the CBS log file located at
windir\Logs\CBS\CBS.log. For example C:\Windows\Logs\CBS\CBS.log. For offline
  repairs, details are included in the log file provided by the /OFFLOGFILE flag.
This is why I always backup beforehand, install the updates, and then run the sfc check. If there are any unresolved issues after running dism, then I restore from the backup.


[rant]VS really needs to fix the friggin' piece of shoe editor on this site! I gave up trying to fix the random spaces and new lines in my post. :mad: [/rant]
Hi,
Yep sure enough throwing errors
Had to also scannow after using restorehealth to actually report anything being repaired restart back to clean.

A while back sfc was reporting falsely errors guess it's doing it again
Someone pointed out windows defender update caused it which I wouldn't doubt it seeing the new bs account protection features if not used may throw an error.
 

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Yep sure enough throwing errors
Had to also scannow after using restorehealth to actually report anything being repaired restart back to clean.

A while back sfc was reporting falsely errors guess it's doing it again
Someone pointed out windows defender update caused it which I wouldn't doubt it seeing the new bs account protection features if not used may throw an error.

Yep. Looking at CBS.log showed errors related to PowerShell Defender modules. I don't know if any of this would cause problems down the road, but thankfully running dism and sfc again solved my errors.


This is only the 2nd time I have found system errors after an update. I have had very few minor problems with Windows 10 since switching over three years ago. I have to wonder if many of the people that have major issues when upgrading (e.g to 1903) have tons of system errors that need to be repaired.
 

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Yep. Looking at CBS.log showed errors related to PowerShell Defender modules. I don't know if any of this would cause problems down the road, but thankfully running dism and sfc again solved my errors.


This is only the 2nd time I have found system errors after an update. I have had very few minor problems with Windows 10 since switching over three years ago. I have to wonder if many of the people that have major issues when upgrading (e.g to 1903) have tons of system errors that need to be repaired.
Hi,
Same deal on .175 of 1903 too so indeed WD crapware errors is the cause.

Thanks for the heads up :thumb:
 

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Hey semi-dead thread :D

Here's a quick look on DPC latency issue fixed or not with the latest cumulative update kb4505903

This is before: Yellows happen when no app is requesting anything from the system. Reds are after running cpu-z and polling data. Second pic is cpu-z idle to cpu-z benchmark.



This is after: Idle is in yellows but cpu-z does not produce reds. Greens are lower when running the benchmark


These are on a relatively fresh windows 10 pro 1903 install on my ryzen setup.
 

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Is anyone having issues with Intel + Nvidia hardware with 1903 after updating (not clean install).
 

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Hi, yeah so I did updated from 1703 to 1903, surprisingly (shockingly actually) without any issues whatsoever (I did wait over three months for them to work out the issues) but there is one rather serious issue for me, and that's that Nvidia 3D Vision doesn't work with the newer display drivers with 1903. With 1809 and below, we the 3D Vision community have managed to add the 3D Vision aspect of the display drivers to all newer drivers via 3D Fix Manager, but with 1903 this no longer works and youre stuck with the last driver that officially supports 3D Vision: 425.31. This is problematic if you wish to play a game some 6 months hence, say Doom: Eternal, as youre now confronted with the dilemma of having to update the display driver, and say goodbye to 3D Vision, or just don't play the new title. It's not just the games, but I have a vast library of 3D movies as well that I wish to continue to enjoy.

So I'm thinking about reverting to 1809, but I didn't upgrade from 1809, and I need to know if "Go back to the previous version of Windows 10" under Recovery options will install 1809 or 1703, considering I was on 1703 before upgrading to 1809. I've extended the period from 10 days to 60 days while I figure this out: https://www.intowindows.com/go-back-to-previous-version-of-windows-10-after-10-days/ f

Any help greatly appreciated!
 

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Hi,
MS is updating 1809 regardless to 1903.

But you could mount a 1809 iso from 1709 or which ever build your on
I would use a system image rather than 10's roll back method though way cleaner break :)

But you will need to mount 1809 without an internet connection or you'll just end up back on 1903 again.
 

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I've been skipping 2 cumulatives now. When will it end ? I mean when will they deliver a working update that won't kill other things ?
 

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I've been skipping 2 cumulatives now. When will it end ? I mean when will they deliver a working update that won't kill other things ?
Lol never.
 

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Lol never.
Probably true :D Hopefully there will come a cumulative update that fixes search and cpu usage and breaks something I never use :D
 

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Lol never.
Probably true /forum/images/smilies/biggrin.gif Hopefully there will come a cumulative update that fixes search and cpu usage and breaks something I never use /forum/images/smilies/biggrin.gif
My guess is on the next update it’ll be fixed. But anything is possible. Maybe one day it’ll be stable...
 

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I've been skipping 2 cumulatives now. When will it end ? I mean when will they deliver a working update that won't kill other things ?
I have yet to skip any updates and I have never had any real issues. What are these updates supposedly killing?
 

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I have yet to skip any updates and I have never had any real issues. What are these updates supposedly killing?
Hi,
Just look back in this thread a little and see a few issues.
 

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Hi,
Just look back in this thread a little and see a few issues.
I have been through in this thread for more than a year and I've only really encountered one or two issues. One was the deleting photos but that was saved because I back all my photos up on Google. The other was a USB ports not working issue, which was corrected on another update.

I don't see ads on any of my windows 10 machines like so many report on here.

I haven't noticed any of the other issues people have reported.

I know several people that do not have the issues many report....

I've also helped to fix supposed issues others have had on their PCs or Laptops.
 

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I have been through in this thread for more than a year and I've only really encountered one or two issues. One was the deleting photos but that was saved because I back all my photos up on Google. The other was a USB ports not working issue, which was corrected on another update.

I don't see ads on any of my windows 10 machines like so many report on here.

I haven't noticed any of the other issues people have reported.

I know several people that do not have the issues many report....

I've also helped to fix supposed issues others have had on their PCs or Laptops.

Good for you. Some people have issues because of certain driver/hardware/win 10 version combinations. Just because you haven't had an issue doesn't mean others aren't. I too haven't had an issue except a few small things that were corrected. People do have problems, no need to dismiss them.
 

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Good for you. Some people have issues because of certain driver/hardware/win 10 version combinations. Just because you haven't had an issue doesn't mean others aren't. I too haven't had an issue except a few small things that were corrected. People do have problems, no need to dismiss them.
I am not dismissing that anyone has had any issues.
If you didn't notice I did mention I have helped people with issues they had, that's not dismissing them.

I just don't understand why some have so many issues whereas so many others don't. My system is now going on being 6 years old and I've never had 99% of the issues reported in here. I have seen people report issues on here with much newer systems than mine.

It seems like every time someone has an issue and they have Windows they blame it on Windows. I don't feel like that's an accurate blame.

I have had plenty of issues but they weren't because of Windows 10.
 
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