[SOLVED] KB3081424 keeps failing

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by ReXX, Aug 6, 2015.

  1. ReXX

    ReXX MDL Novice

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    #1 ReXX, Aug 6, 2015
    Last edited: Aug 6, 2015
    Hi

    I got this update this morning, but it keeps failing.
    In the log I got a bunch of these:

    Error 0x8007045b: at EvaluateApplicability
    Error 0x8007045b: at EvaluateApplicability
    Failed to evaluate Installed rule, updateId = {{1D8045C4-CFD7-4240-A801-A60EAEC11026}.200}, hr = 8007045B
    Error 0x8007045b: at EvaluateApplicability
    Failed to evaluate Installable rule, updateId = {{1D8045C4-CFD7-4240-A801-A60EAEC11026}.200}, hr = 8007045B
    Error 0x8007045b: at EvaluateApplicability
    Error 0x8007045b: at EvaluateApplicability
    Failed to evaluate Installed rule, updateId = {{5FCBA93C-9952-4BC3-9B0A-88E80D9F7970}.200}, hr = 8007045B
    Error 0x8007045b: at EvaluateApplicability
    Failed to evaluate Installable rule, updateId = {{5FCBA93C-9952-4BC3-9B0A-88E80D9F7970}.200}, hr = 8007045B
    Error 0x8007045b: at EvaluateApplicability
    Error 0x8007045b: at EvaluateApplicability
    Failed to evaluate Installed rule, updateId = {{072FDD9C-11AA-419B-88A4-1C60E0268F15}.200}, hr = 8007045B
    Error 0x8007045b: at EvaluateApplicability
    Failed to evaluate Installable rule, updateId = {{072FDD9C-11AA-419B-88A4-1C60E0268F15}.200}, hr = 8007045B
    Error 0x8007045b: at EvaluateApplicability
    Error 0x8007045b: at EvaluateApplicability
    Error 0x8007045b: at EvaluateApplicability
    Failed to evaluate Installed rule, updateId = {{E237C1D3-DDD3-4D8B-80F4-E25C94F3B174}.200}, hr = 8007045B
    Error 0x8007045b: at EvaluateApplicability
    Failed to evaluate Installable rule, updateId = {{E237C1D3-DDD3-4D8B-80F4-E25C94F3B174}.200}, hr = 8007045B
    Error 0x8007045b: at EvaluateApplicability
    Error 0x8007045b: at EvaluateApplicability
    Failed to evaluate Installed rule, updateId = {{1A619D31-D881-4289-9BC9-7F711411D34D}.200}, hr = 8007045B
    Error 0x8007045b: at EvaluateApplicability
    Failed to evaluate Installable rule, updateId = {{1A619D31-D881-4289-9BC9-7F711411D34D}.200}, hr = 8007045B

    Anyone else get this ?

    Using Windows 10 Pro x64 clean install.
     
  2. pisthai

    pisthai Imperfect Human

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    Installed just fine on 64bit Pro! Same on 32bit Pro and Enteprise N LTSB 32bit!
     
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  3. ReXX

    ReXX MDL Novice

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    No. The system is pretty clean.
    Only sat the GPO for "notify me on install" for Windows update.
     
  4. Cryd

    Cryd MDL Novice

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    Mine installed successfully only a few minutes ago and I have many Telemetry related things disabled.
     
  5. lobo11

    lobo11 TOMAHAWK CHOP

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    Go to settings/Update & Security/View your update history/at top it will say uninstall updates, click on that, see if the update you are having problems with is listed, right click, uninstall, reboot, run check for updates again:D
     
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  6. odiebugs1

    odiebugs1 MDL Expert

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    As a last resort you could try the old update problem trick.


    1. Open a command prompt: type cmd in the Start Search box, right-click cmd.exe (shown at the top of the Start menu) and click Run as administrator
    2. Stop Automatic Update Service; type Net stop wuauserv (press Enter) .
    3. Type rd /S %Windir%\SoftwareDistribution. This will delete the %Windir%\SoftwareDistribution folder. Type Y to confirm.
    4. Type Net start wuauserv (hit Enter) to start the Automatic Update Service. Close the command prompt.
    5. Force a Windows Update detection and see if that works.
     
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  7. ReXX

    ReXX MDL Novice

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    That was actually the first thing I tried. But didn't work either.

    What did work, was going to
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList

    and delete any references to accounts no longer existing. I had created a "Test" account, which I then deleted again, but the profilelist still had a reference to "C:\Users\Test" which didnt exist.