Windows 10 update problem

Windows 10 update problem

Postby tuxugo » 13.01.2019, 11:25

I run wsusoffline/client/UpdateInstaller.exe
and it reports:
Listing update files...
Warning: Update kb2538243 (id: 729a0dcb-df9e-4d02-b603-ed1aee074428) not found.
Warning: Update kb2993928 (id: f6c4261c-9fae-442c-9bfc-7b37ba42f806) not found.
Warning: Update kb4462937 (id: b6dd04cb-e746-4a04-83d4-4b761c784f00) not found.
Warning: Update kb4477029 (id: 06ac9fa5-7fee-4c8c-94d7-c1ef19d6a477) not found.

and it does not install any updates.
Any ideas?
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Re: Windows 10 update problem

Postby Dalai » 13.01.2019, 15:18

When did you run UpdateGenerator the last time, or what's the medium's build date? Which release of Windows 10 do you use exactly?

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Re: Windows 10 update problem

Postby tuxugo » 14.01.2019, 00:47

When did you run UpdateGenerator the last time, or what's the medium's build date?
04/01/2019, v 11.5

Which release of Windows 10 do you use exactly?
Version 1703 (OS Build 15063.0)
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Re: Windows 10 update problem

Postby boco » 14.01.2019, 01:59

Patchday was 08/01/2019. You need to re-run the download for catching the new updates.
Microsoft update catalog: http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/
Windows Install media download: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/15088/windows-create-installation-media
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Re: Windows 10 update problem

Postby tuxugo » 14.01.2019, 08:11

I re-run the download and re-run the client updater - it does not remove the warnings :

Listing update files...
Warning: Update kb2538243 (id: 729a0dcb-df9e-4d02-b603-ed1aee074428) not found.
Warning: Update kb2993928 (id: f6c4261c-9fae-442c-9bfc-7b37ba42f806) not found.
Warning: Update kb4462937 (id: b6dd04cb-e746-4a04-83d4-4b761c784f00) not found.
Warning: Update kb4477029 (id: 06ac9fa5-7fee-4c8c-94d7-c1ef19d6a477) not found.
Info: Skipping update kb890830 (Malicious Software Removal Tool) due to matching black list entry.

Any missing update was either black listed or not found. Nothing to do!
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Re: Windows 10 update problem

Postby Dalai » 14.01.2019, 15:14

KB4462937 is on WOU's blacklist (wsusoffline\exclude\ExcludeList-superseded.txt), although I don't know if this also includes the updates for the specific release 1703. I'm sure there's a reason why this update is on this list. My guess is that it's superseded (by a newer update), hence it's not downloaded, but it's not on the exclude list for installation, so the warning appears. Unfortunately I don't know why it is this way.

The same applies to KB4477029 (Adobe Flash player update November 2018); superseded, so not downloaded.

KB2992928 is an update for ASP.NET MVC (whatever that is). And KB2538243 is an update for Visual C++ runtime 2008, so you should be able to get rid of the warning by enabling updates for Visual C++ in UpdateInstaller.

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Re: Windows 10 update problem

Postby aker » 14.01.2019, 20:46

Windows 10 1703 (aka 15063.0) is EOL since 2018-10.
The newer updates (> 2018-10) are not supported on non-Enterprise editions. So I would say, wsusou downloaded the Enterprise-only updates, but WUA reported the 2018-10 ones.

Please consider upgrading Windows 10 to a more recent version (e.g. 1803 (aka 17134.1) or 1809 (aka 17763.107)) using MediaCreationTool.
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Re: Windows 10 update problem

Postby tuxugo » 15.01.2019, 02:44

Thanks for all the responses.
It seems the main problem is that Windows 10 1703 is "old" and unsupported, so I should reinstall Windows first, and the update warnings should disappear.
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Re: Windows 10 update problem

Postby boco » 15.01.2019, 13:01

The question is: How did you manage to evade the update facilitators? Without a lot of work disabling these (or a seriously broken Windows), you should be already on the later versions.

Unless, of course, you have older hardware no longer supported. Then, the later versions will not install and/or work correctly.
Microsoft update catalog: http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/
Windows Install media download: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/15088/windows-create-installation-media
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Re: Windows 10 update problem

Postby tuxugo » 16.01.2019, 15:15

I disable Windows Updates by
1. Disabling the Windows Update service, and
2. Using a firewall (Comodo Firewall) which lets me control which programs "phone home".
Then I can decide to update Windows when I want to, and not have Windows Update download gigabytes of data when I'm trying to play a game.
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