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Windows Update Kb2919355 Appeared Today - Strange


Login or register to post comments Showing 1-50 of 97 itemsprev 1 2 next Please Log In or Register to post comments. Login or register to post comments JRick96 on Apr 8, 2014 Paul, is there some kind of weird sync setting I'm missing? I simply found the fact that while they were reintroducing the start button but making it point to Modern UI frankly insulting). One machine did not have 8.1 and it updated to 8.1 update 1 from the store. http://themenage.com/server-2012/windows-8-1-won-t-install-update-kb2919355.html

There was a BIOS update a few weeks ago (around the same time I got the laptop), but that didn't actually fix the problem. Update 1 is only for Windows 8.1 If you're still running the original version of Windows 8 (or RT) for some reason, Update 1 is not for you. It probably won't see as much corporate use as 7 for many years to come, but corporate has always been behind the times. If you have recently downloaded and installed all the latest Windows Updates and restarted your Windows computer, you may have noticed a white Windows flag icon in the notification area on

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It already covers Update 1, comes in at 550+ pages and will be updated regularly going forward. Windows 95 worked out in the end, just as I'm sure that 8.x will work out in the end as well. Wdeguara @ Mon, Apr 7 2014 9:36 PM) ......"The KB2919355 article states "All future security and nonsecurity updates for Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 require this update to be Login or register to post comments Waethorn on Apr 8, 2014 This is not a typical service pack (there really isn't such a thing as they keep redefining what it is

Could be a mobo failure though. When you install this update manually, you actually have to install several separate updates in a very specific order. http://www.classicshell.net/ Open source and free. Windows Server 2012 R2 Not Finding Updates Anyway, these are all great changes to preserve sanity for consumers, although they still have a way to go before the two headed monster is tamed.

Login or register to post comments hellcatm on Apr 8, 2014 Strange, I got updates but not update 1 so I downloaded the file and installed it. i dont see it yet on windows update. They all show allow updates. There’s always a higher risk of introducing breakages with an update of this size as well, and by dropping patch support with little notice Microsoft is not leaving any time for

Like the new features. Windows Server 2012 Updates Fail My desktop has no touchscreen and was updated through Windows Update. You will now see the following window. I'm sure it's some kind of driver problem, but neither they nor Microsoft are interesting is helping me.

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Login or register to post comments Andy Rhine on Apr 8, 2014 I have been really liking Classic Shell. Why is it fine for me to install Win 8 with my original key and then download all the 8.1 updates, yet just installing 8.1 by default with that key is Windows Server 2012 Updates Not Downloading Read: How to upgrade your Windows 10 to the newer Build. Windows Server 2012 R2 Checking For Updates Would be nice to know what is going on and if, or when or how, we can get those "space saving" benefits.

Custom build? this content Sure, it installs fine, but then my laptop crashes every time I turn it on or every time it resumes from sleep. I know that Microsoft wants its customer base to adopt updates to its Windows platform faster, but immediately dropping security patching on the Win 8.1 RTM release is just plain crazy."....... I wonder, how much money they might have taken to post such garbage. Server 2012 R2 Checking For Updates Forever

It's probably a Qualcomm (formerly Broadcom) Bluetooth controller. You will see an All done for now message and the windows will close. Narendra Modi. weblink Ugh!

The app window will open. Server 2012 Windows Update Hangs Downloading It says I installed two Windows updates on the machine today, KB2939087 and KB2942844. I have a similarly sized Asus VivoTab Smart that did not, and of course the Surface 2 (RT) and the 8" (Win8) did not.

It was even less intelligent than XP's implementation, but we had to start somewhere!

I've written an excellent book about Windows 8.1 called the Windows 8.1 Field Guide. I also have a tablet, so I wonder if there's an issue due to syncing with the touchscreen device? Login or register to post comments Aaron Studer on Apr 8, 2014 Any news on when Windows Phone 8.1 will arrive? Windows Server 2012 Checking For Updates Login or register to post comments SvenJ on Apr 9, 2014 It's not just because it is a touch device.

BIOS updates seem to clear it up in every case. has things, well not fixed, but back on track for Windows 9. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware. http://themenage.com/server-2012/windows-8-1-update-1-kb2919355-not-installing.html Login or register to post comments Waethorn on Apr 8, 2014 Check for a BIOS update for your system.

Some of the laptops are like that too. Businesses can get Update 1 through the Windows Update Catalog, deploy via WSUS, and so on. Here I was about to perma-switch to Linux, as I was under the impression that MS just wasn't going to listen (hey now, put down the pitchforks, hear me out...