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Discussion in 'Tech Talk - Gadgets, Gizmos and Technology' started by MysteryMan, Jun 1, 2015.
Because of the multitude of Windows users version 1703 is being released very slowly.
It's a very large program. When my PC was upgraded to Windows 10 Professional Version: 1703 Build: 15063.483 the process took a little over 90 minutes to complete and another couple of hours for my PC's responsiveness to return to normal. So far I've experienced no issues with this new version of Windows.
2017-07 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1703 Build: 15063.502 (KB4032188) has been released. Manual download/install/restart is under 30 minutes.
2017-08 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1703 Build:15063.540 (KB4034674) has been released. Manual download/install/restart is under 40 minutes. Quality improvements only. No new system features.
I have a laptop that appears to be stuck. It has been on the "Getting Windows ready, Don't turn off your computer, for 25 minutes now.
It has tons of room on the hard drive and nothing else was running as I did the update. It has a dual core Pentium processor in it.
Anybody else have this happen ?
Update: After 30 minutes I tried the CTRL ALT Delete and it did nothing. 5 minutes later I pressed the power button. Then I pressed it again. It went back to the message but this time it had a progress percentage showing and it did it.
If you are talking about the Creator's Update the download/install/reboot cycle took well over two hours on my laptop, about 1 1/2 hours on my desktop. I don't remember how long the "getting ready" process took on either machine. Glad it finally worked for you!
This happened after it had downloaded and asked to Restart the Computer.
Which update was this (Version, Build, KB #)?
I can't tell. There were 3 of them. It did 2 and then hung up.
When I downloaded again it said Cumulative Update. Now I do not see those words but now one says security update and one just says update for windows. I know 1 of the ones that installed first was for Adobe.
The 2 numbers are KB4034658, and it is the top listed one when I had the machine sort by Installed, newest first.
The other number is KB4035631. This one is second in the list.
Did you receive a error code when you experienced the hang up?
Nope. It just sat there with the little balls making a circle with the things I wrote earlier, no percentage of progress until after I pressed the power button.
Sounds like a corrupt file was in the download.
2017-09 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1703 Build: 15063.608 (KB4038788) has been released. Set time aside if you plan on doing a manual download/install/restart. Quality improvements only. No new system features.
For anyone still using Office 2007 take note. Office 2007 will no longer be supported after 10 October 17. You will need to upgrade to a newer version of office or continue using Office 2007 at your own risk.
Download/install/restart took about 15 minutes for this update.
2017-09 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1703 Build: 15063.632 (KB4040724) has been released. Set time aside if you plan on doing a manual download/install/restart. Quality improvements only. No new system features.
2017-10 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1703 Build: 15063.674 (KB4041676) has been released. Set time aside if you plan on doing a manual download/install/restart. Quality improvements only. No new system features.
ATTENTION: Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has been released. Features Update to Windows 10 Version 1709 is a very large program that has a very lengthy download/install followed by several lengthy restarts. Anyone wishing to update manually needs to set considerable time aside to accomplish this task. This update contains many new features and improvements. Upon completion of this update several messages will appear on your PC followed by a window explaining the new features and improvements. Also, after updating is complete you will be notified to download/install 2017-10 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1709 Build: 16299.19 (KB4043619). Download/install/restart for this update is moderate.
It is good that they are giving us updates and new features but this is getting old. I wish they would cut back to every other month.
Monthly security updates are necessary to protect your system. Monthly cumulative updates are necessary to correct issues that arise. Features updates usually are yearly.