Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Enthousiast, Dec 10, 2019.
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How could an index be improved when the info in the index is to overwhelming at first?
>All the links in the opening post are extremely overwhelming.
>How could an index be improved when the info in the index is to overwhelming at first?
In english that sentance makes no sense .
here is th thread..
[web app] OS.click: Download Windows ISO in a few clicks | My Digital Life Forums
Then what should be in the OP aka index when you would maintain one?
You have to leearn what rhetorical questions are.
It's Windows Team Edition, for Surface Pro Hub. Not a normal version of Windows 10.
Why was the last LCU a Security Update, but this one is classified as a regular "Update"?
This one includes crap like "New! This update adds the Windows Backup app to your device." that I don't want.
My plan was to install the LCUs for Windows and .Net Framework and that would be fine for keeping my device up to date and secure without any crap.
It seems like preview updates aren't "Security", and have extra crap in them? I should wait for the next one that isn't "Preview" then?
How can we uninstall the Windows Backup app? Sync windows settings is bad idea. I know from personal experience.
Can someone share updated pkeyconfig.xrm-ms (19041.2788 or later)?
I'm running into an issue regarding windows update when I try to install latest security package.
For some shady reason(s) the setup will fail and I was not able to fix it for the past week.
I downloaded the 2021 LTSC IoT .iso, winver 19044.1288, then used the MSMG Toolkit to customize it slightly, debloated the unneeded features and removed some of the system components.
After a fresh setup on my device, which is a Macbook Air 2017 edition x64 arch (btw I did not bought it -f**k apple, my ex-gf found it in the street few years ago and screen was broken, I replaced it recently cause I had no money to do it before)
I installed all the necessary drivers then moved on connecting to the internet and trying to update windows to get latest security patch.
I mostly followed the guide at rentry.org/LTSC, I read here on this forum it isn't that recommended but I found it to be quite clear and concise so decided to have it a go.
Of course I made sure I didn't remove essential components to not break anything important (at least I think )
Problem is about the KB5029244 package, the errors I see in the update history are 0x8024200d, 0x800f0984, and last time I got 0x800f081f - so yeah, it's related to windows update but other than that xDxD.
I already tried most solutions we can find on the web looking for those errors, aka WU troubleshooter, sfc scannow, DISM tool.. with no success, you can imagine.
I searched this forum but it's quite a deep rabbit hole for newcomers like me.
What is triggering me is that it managed to install some other updates through windows update, and this one is the only one to fail ( ??? )
I then tested a manual update, downloading the package in the official microsoft catalog, but it is failing as well and shows no error code at all after the attempt which is kinda meh -f**k microsoft too lmao (unless I go to the update history in the settings).
Following a post of Enthousiast on the subject, I tried another manual package (KB5029331) that made me hope at the first time, progress bar was progressing (up to some point at least), whereas for KB5029244 it was stuck near the beginning and did not move at all.
I spent lots of hours on it and this issue almost made me give up but I decided to post in here as a last resort solution, hoping someone could point me in the right direction.
Sorry to disturb you guys for this, and sorry for my noobism, I'm probably missing something very stupid I guess.
Nonetheless, I wanted to thank you all for the work you put in here, this forum is really amazing (used it back in the days to activate older versions of windows), probably (one of) the best reference on the subject <3
Keep it up, regards from belgium <3
Attempting to fix an update issue is almost always going to fail.
The best option is to build a new image with the update already Inegrated and do an in place upgrade.
In the last 6 years I have personally only seen an in place upgrade fail once. This is the best option to keep your apps and settings while fixing whatever is broken.
Its not that simple. All of my installs are customized and I never have a problem. The last 2 broken update issues I fixed were both on bone stock Windows installs. Both of those could only be fixed through in place upgrades to the current build.
BTW, I don't think I have ever interreacted with you before but my family is Ukrainian and its nice to see support.
Did not castrated anything too much, as I said windows update was able to install other updates automatically, but there is one and only package that failed. Not an expert but I feel it is kinda meh..
Mmmh I will try this thank you. I guess the procedure is simply to open my already customized .iso in MSMG, integrate the KB5029244 package I downloaded manually in the Windows Updates section, and rebuild a new .iso file.
Or is there any tricky part on top of that ?