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Old 28-01-2024, 20:30   #1
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All Windows 10 and 11 Users - WinRE Late January Security Update

The latest Microsoft update KB5034441 is crap and repeatably fails with error code 0x80070643.
There is no solution outside of expanding the WinRE recovery partition - a Geeks job.
Microsoft have been inundated with complaints.
Microsoft have said that a fix will be issued in their second Tuesday in February update.
Meanwhile, ignore the failure.
All Windows 10,11 Home and Pro programs have WinRE included and enabled as default.
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Re: All Windows 10 and 11 Users - WinRE Late January Security Update

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The latest Microsoft update KB5034441 is crap and repeatably fails with error code 0x80070643.
There is no solution outside of expanding the WinRE recovery partition - a Geeks job.
Microsoft have been inundated with complaints.
Microsoft have said that a fix will be issued in their second Tuesday in February update.
Meanwhile, ignore the failure.
All Windows 10,11 Home and Pro programs have WinRE included and enabled as default.
I dislike MS updates with a passion. Fine if they want to "fix" things, but it should be optional. Even postponing the updates often doesn't work and they go ahead anyway. I usually know when one is about to happen because everything stops working properly until the update has gone ahead.
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Old 29-01-2024, 01:28   #3
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Re: All Windows 10 and 11 Users - WinRE Late January Security Update

Not really an issue I have anymore, W7 only gets defender updates now.
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Ya I have heard people havingall kidns of issues over the years from forced updates......


Im surprised no one has figured out a way of blocking them!!
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Re: All Windows 10 and 11 Users - WinRE Late January Security Update

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Ya I have heard people havingall kidns of issues over the years from forced updates......


Im surprised no one has figured out a way of blocking them!!
They have

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The latest Microsoft update KB5034441 is crap and repeatably fails with error code 0x80070643.
There is no solution outside of expanding the WinRE recovery partition - a Geeks job.
Microsoft have been inundated with complaints.
Microsoft have said that a fix will be issued in their second Tuesday in February update.
Meanwhile, ignore the failure.
All Windows 10,11 Home and Pro programs have WinRE included and enabled as default.
I am guessing they have pulled it as I have not been offered it
4204 is the newest I have installed and nothing left to do
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Not really an issue I have anymore, W7 only gets defender updates now.
Same here.
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Not really an issue I have anymore, W7 only gets defender updates now.
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Same here.
Careful you will be going the way of Dude soon hahaha
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Re: All Windows 10 and 11 Users - WinRE Late January Security Update

I might have agreed if W10 & W11 actually added some stunning, useful, "must have" features, but they just dont.

I have to use W10 on my work laptop, it adds nothing useful at all, it actually replaces a the UI with something less useful.
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Re: All Windows 10 and 11 Users - WinRE Late January Security Update

Shame Windows can't update as well as Linux does, quite often my updates don't need a reboot and if it does just one will do it. Occasionally an update requires a programme is restarted but even that isn't forced.
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I might have agreed if W10 & W11 actually added some stunning, useful, "must have" features, but they just dont.

I have to use W10 on my work laptop, it adds nothing useful at all, it actually replaces a the UI with something less useful.
I know mate I was just pulling ya chain
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I am guessing they have pulled it as I have not been offered it
4204 is the newest I have installed and nothing left to do
Its still being included in updates, get it every time I update, latest 30 January.
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how very odd
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Re: All Windows 10 and 11 Users - WinRE Late January Security Update

Almost every computer forum is discussing this update failure.
Solutions are proposed, but all require major surgery. OK for Geeks, but a disaster for ordinary users trying to exploit them.

This Microsoft abomination does not stop other updates from installing, it simply fails each time.
So my solution is to ignore its repeated efforts to install on my PC until Microsoft issues a fix on the second Tuesday in February.
I am quite sure that my the absence of this piece of garbage will not spell the death toll to my computer activities.
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Almost every computer forum is discussing this update failure.
Solutions are proposed, but all require major surgery. OK for Geeks, but a disaster for ordinary users trying to exploit them.

This Microsoft abomination does not stop other updates from installing, it simply fails each time.
So my solution is to ignore its repeated efforts to install on my PC until Microsoft issues a fix on the second Tuesday in February.
I am quite sure that my the absence of this piece of garbage will not spell the death toll to my computer activities.
Mine does automatically, can't say I have noticed anything except very slow loading everything.
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I have to use W10 on my work laptop, it adds nothing useful at all, it actually replaces a the UI with something less useful.
Yup and they think its better!!


EDIT:

Its amazing how windows has gone from Win95 to Win11!!

Win95 was user friendly with games,etc....... Win11 is like its not even ones own computer!! (They cant do what they want on it)

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