Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by SoLoR, May 22, 2010.
but this is "swapgs" (mandatory ?) fix
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Thank you . So if I choose to be like you and just delete them will I be missing anything crucial for security? Or is it just actually telemetry and safe to uninstall? I have to admit the program people here seem to be using is too confusing for me to bother with let alone keep up with so I'm trying to keep it as simple as possible.
Edit: How strange, even though I'm definitely a layman and know nothing about computers I don't seem to have these two kbs installed. Did I luck out?
ESU is checked at install time.
Hey everyone. I'm using the most recent version of the Bypass and was surprised to see a notification from WU that an update was available for download. This is the update I'm being presented with:
Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool x64 - February 2020 (KB890830) 2/21/2020
I was able to successfully download and install these most recent ESU updates from the Microsoft Update Catalog:
Has anyone else been notified via WU that February's KB890830 and does anyone know if it can be installed without messing up the ESU Bypass?
Hopefully I'm posting this in the appropriate thread.
MRT don't use or require ESU, just like Defender and Security Essential definitions
it's useless tool anyway
And yet even when all adobe services are turned off and disabled my computer still won't shut down or restart.
So the last final and installable updates on non-ESU systems from WU,
are the ones from the previous month plus the standalone wallpaper fix (KB4539602)?
Users already say about SSU (?) as know. You can try update find and install update (message 10629) without change OS.
which ones are safe to use and won't break the Bypass? I heard there is one that if you install it you won't be able to uninstall through add/remove programs and bypass will stop working
GO TO: 80606 and read OP.
You didn't encountered it because the wallpaper was right for your screen's resolution. If you apply a smaller photo you will get it, assuming you're also using the latest CU which created this mess. Besides all that it is safe to apply it.