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Q: iCloud after Anniversary Update

my Outlook calendar has lost its' connection to iCloud after the anniversary update last nite . . Anyone have this problem and a solution?

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Preferred Solution: iCloud after Anniversary Update

I recommend trying the free service from Zip Cloud. It's currently our users' favorite backup and storage solution and will save you headaches down the line.

You can get it direct from this link http://goo.gl/rFYDxc. (This link will open the Zip Cloud homepage.)

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Have tried to download the two updates to Itunes, but each time the download is rejected. My next step will be to delete ITunes and then re-install, however I do not want to lose all of the downloaded material.

Any way around this? This is my 4th-5th attempt to download these updates.

Bob0101
 

A:ITunes/ICloud update programs

Uninstalling iTunes does not remove the downloaded content. See here for more information: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1925
 

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Hello,
Windows update has not been able to download updates for some time. I am also having difficulty accessing secure websites (on any browser) such as icloud, paypal, and capital one. I will input the address and get the spinning wheel of death until finally I get a message that says "this site can't be reached" or "took too long to respond". After clicking reload like 7-10 times it will finally take me to the website. I have icloud downloaded directly to my pc and it can't access the internet just like windows update. The only way to get to icloud is to go online and click reload a million times. It takes me forever to pay my bills! Please help I have a life that I would like to get back too. I miss my kids and I think my husband left me but I haven't been able to check yet.

A:Can't update windows or access secure sites like icloud, paypal and capital one.

Checked with hubby...he said as long as get the dishes done he was okay.
 
Let's see if there is some adware or malware causing the problem.
 
Use CCleaner to remove Temporary files, program caches, cookies, logs, etc. Use the Default settings. No need to use the
Registry Cleaning Tool...risky. Pay close attention while installing and UNcheck offers of toolbars....especially Google.
After install, open CCleaner and run by clicking on the Run Cleaner button in the bottom right corner.
CCleaner - PC Optimization and Cleaning - Free Download
 
Download Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware from Here
Double-click mbam-setup-2.X.X.XXXX.exe to install the application (X's are the current version number).
Make sure a checkmark is placed next to Launch Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware, then click Finish.
Once MBAM opens, when it says Your databases are out of date, click the Fix Now button.
Click the Settings tab at the top, and then in the left column, select Detections and Protections, and if not already checked place a checkmark in the selection box for Scan for rootkits.
Click the Scan tab at the top of the program window, select Threat Scan and click the Scan Now button.
If you receive a message that updates are available, click the Update Now button (the update will be downloaded, installed, and the scan will start).
When MBAM is finished scanning it will display a screen that displays any malware that it has detected.
Click the Remove Selected button.
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I am trying to update from Windows 10 OS Build 10586.589 to the Anniversary Update but my computer freezes at 1% progress. I have tried everything I can think of including: Unplugging all extra SATA drives except my main SSD, unplugging my wireless network adapter, unplugging all USB devices (even mouse and keyboard), removing old drivers and updating outdated ones, and installing the update through a USB flash drive. It always gets to the same part and freezes until I shutdown my computer and lose no data.

You can see pictures of the frozen screen here: http://imgur.com/a/PseoH.
Reddit thread (Took the guys advice on there): Windows 10 Anniversary Update Freeze : Windows10
Hopefully someone can give me some guidance on how to fix this as I've tried everything I can think of. Thanks!

Motherboard: Asus M5A97 R2.0
CPU: AMD FX-8320 (OC)
GPU: EVGA GTX 750 SC OS
SSD: Samsung 840 EVO 120 GB SSD

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I am downloading the update manually. Have others had the same issue with windows update not showing the update?

I'm not sure my WU is working because of this.

A:Windows Update does not download and install the anniversary update.

Originally Posted by Alicia J


I am downloading the update manually. Have others had the same issue with windows update not showing the update?

I'm not sure my WU is working because of this.



Have you tried this - https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/...setting_client

Recommended today by another forum member - may just work

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Hi,

I just downloaded and installed the Windows 10 Anniversary Update yesterday and so far I have noticed some changes in my computer that I was not aware of before the update.

(1) Somehow my System Restore was set to Disabled and all of my restore points are now gone and

(2) All of my Microsoft Update History is also missing.

Could the update be the cause of both?

Thanks and regards,

2harts4ever

A:Update History missing after Win10 Anniversary Update

Yes, the update is the cause of both.

Major version upgrades like this change so much functionality, they often have to reset various settings to default so that they are in a known good state. Unfortunately, many have complained about the System Restore option being reset to Disabled (this is the Windows default).

As for your previous restore points, that's to be expected. You can't restore to a previous restore point on a previous OS version. All the baseline files are different, and you would be restoring settings for the old OS if you were to somehow be able to restore it.

Think of it like a Bookmark or favorite, but they've moved the location to a different URL. Restoring the old favorite only points you to somewhere that doesn't exist anymore.

As for #2, your update history is gone because again, it's a fresh OS, and previous updates are all integrated into the OS now, not patches. Those old updates don't apply to the new OS anymore.

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Hi,

I just downloaded and installed the Windows 10 Anniversary Update yesterday and so far I have noticed some changes in my computer that I was not aware of before the update.

(1) Somehow my System Restore was set to Disabled and all of my restore points are now gone and

(2) All of my Microsoft Update History is also missing.

Could the update be the cause of both?

Thanks and regards,

2harts4ever

A:Update History missing after Win10 Anniversary Update

Yes, the update is the cause of both.

Major version upgrades like this change so much functionality, they often have to reset various settings to default so that they are in a known good state. Unfortunately, many have complained about the System Restore option being reset to Disabled (this is the Windows default).

As for your previous restore points, that's to be expected. You can't restore to a previous restore point on a previous OS version. All the baseline files are different, and you would be restoring settings for the old OS if you were to somehow be able to restore it.

Think of it like a Bookmark or favorite, but they've moved the location to a different URL. Restoring the old favorite only points you to somewhere that doesn't exist anymore.

As for #2, your update history is gone because again, it's a fresh OS, and previous updates are all integrated into the OS now, not patches. Those old updates don't apply to the new OS anymore.

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windows 10 after update to  anniversary update I have cycle reboot (only dell logo)
I think it's problem with driver INTEL RAPID ON (Intel Rapid Storage)
I'm have lates update driver and bios

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Hello,

As many know, there are millions of machines that still run Windows 10 Anniversery Update. We have the Creators Update released las April and now the Fall Creators Update. Which applies:

1.) Windows 10 users running the Anniversary Update will receive the Creators Update launched last April and than the Fall Creators Update when MS determines that it is ready.

OR

2.) Windows 10 users will jump from the Anniversary Update to the Fall Creators Update when ready from Microsoft.

Or is this answer unknown?

Satch
 

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Strange things are happening here on my W10x86 Pro system, and I am worried...

After being shut down for some time, I turned on this computer yesterday Monday, and it finished configuring some updates that it had apparently installed last time I shut it down. When shutting it down on Monday evening, it again goes into installing updates, but looking like it was stuck on 0%. After an hour I just let it sit over night, and this morning it had shut down. Then today when I turn it on in the afternoon, it goes into configuring a big update, before booting up, taking close to 30 minutes and restarting three or four times, showing me this screen
http://blogs-images.forbes.com/anton...w10-update.jpg that I have never seen before.

After the half hour it tells me that it has updated my W10 and there are lots of new exciting things. Naturally I thought that this was the Anniversary Update, so I looked into the Update History, and to my surprise this was entirely empty. "No updates installed yet", it told me.

Then I manually clicked "Check for new updates", and then it finds lots of updates, like "Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 (KB3176493)" and a whole bunch of other updates all numbered with 1511.

I am baffled here... what goes on?

A:Long update wasn't the Anniversary Update... what was it?

What does "winver" show?

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Windows tried to install the anniversary update. Downloaded fine - restarted itself with the normal percent completed figures then after restarting got the - 'System Thread Exception Not Handled' message.

Fortunately it auto restored the previous version of Win10 so no big deal. Quick look on the MS site is of little help - if any.

Viewed the Event Log and there are goodness knows how many messages. So I guess I'll wait until the next update. Don't think I'm missing a great deal by giving this one a miss.

Any input appreciated.

A:Anniversary Update - a no go here

In event viewer only the incidents marked as "error" or "critical" are important, the rest can be ignored. Maybe you want to download the iso and try a manual update.

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Crap! I see "update to Windows 10, version 1607" is available, and will be installed on my computer tonight! Which means, tomorrow:

1. I won't be able to disable the Lock Screen. I will be forced to look at a "pretty picture" before I will be allowed to log on to my own PC.
2. Virtualbox will no longer run. I will not be able to run any of my VMs until I can get some kind of fix from Oracle.
3. I will no longer be able to disable my touchpad. Whenever I am trying to type anything, my cursor will be randomly jumping to different places on my screen.
4. I will no longer be able to access SD cards on my computer. The Card Reader will no longer work.
5. My camera will no longer function.
6. I will no longer be able to have NumLock on by default when Windows starts.

Who knows what other problems I'll discover in the morning. And I have no way to prevent this from happening. Microsoft will force this on my machine, then will do absolutely nothing to help me solve any of these problems. To me, this just doesn't seem right. This is not the way a large, respected American business would treat it's customers.

Is there any advice you can give me?

A:Anniversary Update - Here It Comes!

Originally Posted by AWastedSaturday


4. I will no longer be able to access SD cards on my computer. The Card Reader will no longer work.



Yes it will.

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I'm running Win 10 Pro 64, version 10.0.14393.

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A:Am I on the Anniversary Update?

The 14393 is the Build number and has .xxx following. The Version is either 1511 or 1607, mine is Version 1607 Build 14393.222, the .222 is for the latest update I've received. Yours also has to be Version 1607 Build 14393.xxx. The previous Build number on mine was 14393.187. The 1511 stands for the release of November 2015 and 1607 is for July 2016 or the 1-year Anniversary.

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I am having issues with the anniversary update. The last attempt ran for 5 hrs. Had to abort as this system is mission critical. I can not just wait and wait. This system - i7 2670QM 2.20 MHz 8 GB. The same issue happens on a sister Pc w an i5 cpu. This system originally came with win 7 home professional, but the first win 10 update dropped it back to the vanilla home edition. Naturally, this causes the anniversary update to attempt install, whether I want it or not. Both machines are past any warranties. I can not think of anything else that may cause this issue. Any suggestions? (newto this community. patience please as I attempt to find my way around)

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My Laptop, running Win10 Pro 64-bit, updated yesterday, and I am now on this version. Is this the latest? i.e. the MS Anniversary update?

A:Win 10 Anniversary update

Yes.

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If you have experienced any problems during or after applying the Anniversary Update, could you please post them here and if you resolved the issue, how you resolved it.

Some of the issues that others are experiencing.....

http://www.forbes.com/sites/gordonk...versary-update-serious-problems/#7efd7f87756b

http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/16-windows-10-anniversary-update-issues-fix/

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/0..._patchy_patch_and_blue_screen_of_death_natch/

T.
 

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Does anyone have a link for the ISO file (to make a bootable DVD) for the Anniversary Win 10 update?

Thanks,
Gerry

A:ISO for Anniversary Win 10 update

Windows 10 ISO Download - Windows 10 Forums

Using the media creation tool will get you the latest build ISO.

HTH
Jeff

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My system shows Ver 1511 10586.545, Anniversary update never comes up when I update daily? Running Windows10 64 bit Pro,should I just keeping checking for update.

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I just installed the Anniversary update in Windows 10 and now my Sprout boots extremely slow. Does anybody else have this problem and any idea how to fix this?

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I downloaded and installed the iso referenced in Dona Sarkar's announcement memo Win_10_1607_English_X64.iso dated 8/2/16. My winver shows 1607 build 14393.0. I expected it to be 14393.10. Anyone know what's up? The machine is an original upgrade from Win 8.1. I also have a Win 10 OEM machine upgraded through Windows update and it shows 14393.10.

A:Anniversary Update Problem

You will get a cumulative update shortly via Windows Update that will take you from .0 to .10. This is the normal way it goes.

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Please bear with me.. I'm on my phone.. the Anniversary update must have taken over my computer. But.. is 5 hours normal? It did restart like it said a couple of times and the last percentage I saw was 59%, then the reboot again. It is "still" working on something. The circle keeps going around.
Thanks.. you're helping a "Senior" that is getting frustrated that something is wrong and doesn't know what to do.

A:Windows 10 Anniversary update

No. Not normal.

Something has gone wrong. Perhaps it will right itself, but it seems doubtful.

Have you some means of rebooting the Laptop either to a recovery disk or backup?

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1. Downloaded the Windows Home update.

2. I noticed that it was at 92% of preparing the update, but later found it back at perhaps 5%.

3. Second preparation step finished, gave command to restart the computer and finish the process.

4. First step was to configure the update, which went to 100% in a single step, unlike earlier updates which always restarted the process at around 30%.

5. Computer restarted, and the installation process started working on updating (sorry, I don't recall what the actual text on the screen was.) This was quite slow, with two restarts (as the text indicated would happen.) Around 55% complete, the process speeded up, arriving at around 75% in just a few jumps, rather than percent by percent.

6. Third restart began, which sadly gave an error message that a problem had been encountered.

7 Twice, the process gathered error information and tried to fix whatever had gone wrong.

8. After the second attempt, process went into a restore of previous version of Windows; at least that worked.

This is the first update failure on this machine, dating back to purchasing it last March or thereabouts. Any ideas, suggestions, incantations that I might follow? I don't want to try downloading and going through the same lengthy process again until I have--with luck, of course--anything that might ensure success.

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A:Anniversary Update Failure

Hi, you can get the iso here apparently:
Official Windows 10 Anniversary Update ISO files now available to download | Windows Central

It's a good idea to keep it or make a bootable CD or USB so you can then do an in-place upgrade repair install if necessary.

Or see here:
How to get the Windows 10 Anniversary Update | Windows Experience Blog
(Learn more)

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Hello to TenForms users...
I am a new member (just joined,, my first post) and the reason I joined was, besides the other benefits I'll get/give, is because I have been reading about this Win10 Anniversary update and some of the headaches that users have experienced getting through it. I have a quite modern gaming PC and it runs very fast and very well. It came with Win10 Home Premium installed, so I had no say in the matter of whether I wanted to move up or over from Win7. Anyway, it has proven to me to be a very good O/S in my opinion, I loved it, still do, but it does make you scratch your head at times, and the other day while doing my normal internet stint, I got the usual "updates ready to be installed" notification.. I thought I had disabled all the bigger updates, which as far as I knew, weren't being installed as time went on but some of the lesser ones 'were' (virus defs and essential security updates etc), which I didn't have a problem with,, BUT,, this one was by far a very worrying time for me. Why..?? Here's what happened and how it happened with a bit of aftermath thrown in to sort of clear the muddy waters...

Ok, as I said, up popped the reboot to install update message, so after I finished online and terminated the connection via my desktop icon, that's just what I did. Well, from the Shutdown and Reboot command icons I also have on the desktop, I clicked on Reboot and it began the shutting down process and went to the blue screen with the little c... Read more

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Is it possible to install Anniversary Win 10 update on this laptop?I had to reformat my HDD and performed clean install of Win 10, but anniversary update is coming with error:"Failed to validate product key" Any ideas? Or is it something that is not supported?Thank you

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We had a PC running GA-H55M-D2H mobo, 1x2GB DDR3 and Windows 7 32bit.
We upgraded (not fresh) to Windows 10 32bit.
We added 1x4GB DDR3. To this point, everything is fine, memory test perfect.
Now we need the Windows anniversary update to get our xbox controllers working, but every time we install the update, a restart is needed - this leads immediately to a BSOD claiming KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_FAILURE. The upgrade is reverted. I found no events or dumps when I checked.
We tried checking for viruses, sfc, chkdsk ? no change.
We installed identical 2x4GB DDR3 ? no change.
We added a discrete video card instead of the integrated ? no change. (we purchased all hardware together)
A fresh install of current (downloaded a few days ago) Windows 10 64bit or 32bit, on a brand new clean unformatted drive:
If we run its memory test, then everything is perfect.
If we choose to install, it starts with filling a bar at the bottom twice, shows the Windows logo for 1 second, then BSOD again, before even asking where to install. Installing under safe mode or other options ended the same way.
I used minimal hardware with just a wireless adapter for keyboard & mouse.
Trying the same install with just the 1x2GB RAM - everything is fine, Windows installed, game & controllers working, no crushes.
BIOS is the latest, F4, and set to safe defaults.
4GB RAM: KVR16N11S8/4

Why won't the anniversary update run with the 4GB DDR3? - The older Windows builds are perfectly fine with them.
Is there an... Read more

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I have a custom machine running 64-bit Win 10 Pro on an Asus P5Q Pro MB with 8 GB RAM and an Intel Quad processor. Each time I try to apply the anniversary update it goes through all of the downloads and then sometime during the update it quits with...

"Something went wrong. Windows 10 installation file is corrupted, please try again.
You can contact Microsoft support for help with this error. Here is the error code 0x8007000d"

I've tried uninstalling Norton AV, installing from the web and from DVD - same result each time. I've tried SFC and it says it finds missing/corrupted files but can't correct them. DISM gives similar results.

Anyone else run run across this and [hopefully] fix it?

Thanks in advance for whatever help you can offer.

Howard

A:Anniversary update won't complete...

Are you trying to do the update with any USB drives attached? If so try removing them first. Your initial download may be incomplete or corrupted and so you may need to start the download again.

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After the anniversary update my Homegroup sort of thinks it has gone. If I check the settings, it says ( on all my PC's ) that there is a homegroup to join but I am not currently in a Homegroup. But ... the Homegroup is actually still active. Files and so on are being shared. I am not completely sure what is going on, has anyone else encountered this issue?

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Dell has decided to abandon a lot of its customer base with its decision to not support the Win10 Anniversary update (1607). I have an XPS 8300 that is not supported. I suppose the only recourse for those of us who are to be treated this way is to abandon Dell as a supplier. No issue with my HP laptops (with older technology) or with my HP desktop.
Thanks, Dell. It is not exactly what one might expect from a business that is customer-focused.

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hi after installing anniversary update on desktop, had many errors and warnings in event viewer and a hanging blue screen at start up. i do not want it to auto install on my laptop. i would like to wait a while. what settings to change in the update section? thank you pothound

A:anniversary update nightmare

Try
Windows Update - Defer Upgrades in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums

It's always worth checking the tutorials or searching the forum.

Windows Update - Defer Upgrades in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums

But which version of Win 10 do you have? Specs say Win 7..

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I have three laptops; have had no problem installing the 1607 version of Windows 10 on two of them; the third one (my primary laptop) does not install it even after many attempts. The message displayed is attached.

The update goes through the cycle and at the end, it just does not go any further, and I have to get back to the version 1511. Grateful for any assistance. I have run sfc /scannow, tried to update any drivers (all seemed to be already the latest).
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Home, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4200U CPU @ 1.60GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 69 Stepping 1
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 3816 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) HD Graphics Family, 1024 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 237465 MB, Free - 134449 MB; D: Total - 222154 MB, Free - 86890 MB;
Motherboard: Acer, EA50_HW
Antivirus: Windows Defender, Disabled
 

A:Windows 10 anniversary update

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Your device is up to date. Last checked: Today, ‏‎11:33 AM

I upgraded from 7 U to 10 Pro about a month ago, I appear to be running 1511, 10586.494
I haven't upgraded to any preview builds or anything.

I haven't seen any new updates since the 17th of july besides windows defender updates.
The "Anniversary update" Just isn't showing up, I want to try the new bash stuff since I'm a linux guy.

Any ideas?

A:Anniversary update not showing up

If you are already running Ten then best bet could be to do a clean install of the Anniversary Edition. If you really want to go down the upgrade route then that option is available as well via the bootable install media.

Using the media creation tool is the best option:

Windows 10 - Upgrade Installation - Windows 10 Forums

and for clean install:
Windows 10 - Clean Install - Windows 10 Forums

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" The freezing issue became apparent shortly after Microsoft released the Windows 10 Anniversary Update at the beginning of this month. Neowin first reported on this issue August 6 and pointed to a Reddit thread that had over 600 comments from users who encountered the freezes. That thread now has 865 comments as of this writing [Aug. 14].Although Microsoft is looking into what’s causing this freeze-inducing bug, it doesn’t have a patch yet. In the meantime, you can roll back to an earlier build of Windows 10 as a workaround, the company notes."Full read: www.pcworld.com/.../windows-10-anniversary-update-freezing-on-you-microsofts-looking-into-it.html"The ‘Anniversary Update’ is the largest and most important Windows 10 upgrade so far. It is also compulsory, but as it began rolling out reports followed that the mega update is causing PCs to freeze. Now Microsoft MSFT +0.00% has confirmed one major issue and admitted it currently does not have a fix…Interestingly a lot of users are disputing Microsoft’s claims that you need to have PC where Windows is installed on an SSD and apps and data on a separate drive to be affected. Many with just a single SSD in their PC say they are impacted too and that’s a standard setup for millions of PC owners these days.So until the fix appears users with mission critical PCs would do well to follow these hacks to stop the Anniversary Update installing automatically. Microsoft would also... Read more

A:Win 10 Anniversary Update Freezes PCs

That's why these forced updates are unacceptable... wonder how long/many it will take for Microsoft to get the message?   Hopefully, they won't issue one that's catastrophic for everyone!
Alas, Microsoft is so confident in itself that it's extending this policy (forced updates, single cumulative updates) to Win7/8.1

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I have a friend with Windows 10 installed and she just installed the anniversary update. Her PC will not boot now. All it shows is a progress icon circling on the desktop. I tried to help her by going to safe mode and attempting a system restore. I got a message restore had failed. Unfortunately, I don't have access to a windows 10 PC. Can I create a Win 10 restore thumb drive from a different machine that can be used on her PC??

I have several Linux, XP, win 7 PC's.
 

A:Will not boot after anniversary update

reinstalled win10
 

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I have tried to download the Anniversary Update but keep getting the message download not complete. The error message is 0x8007001f. Looking on MS Support it tells me this is something to do with my Video Capture Card.

As far as I know, I do not have a Video Capture Card in my system.

Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.
 

A:Anniversary Update not completing.

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Hi,

I bought the Lenovo T460p a few months ago and since the anniversary update of Windows 10 (not 100% sure if that's the cause), I'm receiving BSODs irregularly (e.g. one yesterday, two today within 15 min).

I attached the output of the dm log collector: DSCHINNI-22_08_2016__84007,53.zip

I also ran BlueScreenView, in case that's any help:


Code:
082216-7109-01.dmp 22.08.2016 07:50:41 0x00000119 00000000`00000001 00000000`00019b38 00000000`00019b39 ffff9085`33be3010 watchdog.sys watchdog.sys+34ae x64 ntoskrnl.exe+14a060 C:\WINDOWS\Minidump\082216-7109-01.dmp 8 15 14393 416.668 22.08.2016 07:51:25
082216-7015-01.dmp 22.08.2016 07:43:27 0x00000119 00000000`00000001 00000000`0002bfd6 00000000`0002bfd8 ffffb580`54dfc010 watchdog.sys watchdog.sys+34ae x64 ntoskrnl.exe+14a060 C:\WINDOWS\Minidump\082216-7015-01.dmp 8 15 14393 456.356 22.08.2016 07:44:30
082116-5593-01.dmp 21.08.2016 20:22:28 KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED 0x0000001e ffffffff`c0000094 fffff80b`1bcc9bab 00000000`00000000 00000000`00000000 igdkmd64.sys igdkmd64.sys+2c9bab x64 ntoskrnl.exe+14a060 C:\WINDOWS\Minidump\082116-5593-01.dmp 8 15 14393 466.092 21.08.2016 20:23:43
081616-9687-01.dmp 16.08.2016 09:54:28 SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION 0x0000003b ... Read more

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Everything seems to be running OK, but computer takes longer to shutdown.Has anyone else notice this ?

A:Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Originally Posted by zplugger


Everything seems to be running OK, but computer takes longer to shutdown.Has anyone else notice this ?



Do you have Fast Startup turned on in Power Options/change what the power buttons do?

That speeds up boot time, but makes shutdown a bit slower, as then the system needs to write your current state to a hiberfile.
More information at the top of this tutorial: Fast Startup - Turn On or Off in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums

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First post here so hello to everyone out there
I have a budget tablet with low end specs which was working fine, even with its limitations. It's a Chuwi Hi12 Tablet (windows 10 and Android 5.1 dual boot). Since the update it's sluggish, frame dropping, Edge freezes, etc. I did the update a week ago on my home PC (much more powerful) and didn't notice any drop in performance I decided to delete the old windows version to save space on my tablet, since it only has 64gb storage.
Is there a way to fix this or, even better, will a future windows update fix it automatically or am I being too optimistic?

Cheers

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Is it possible to skip the anniversary update but still get security updates?
The question is not whether this is a good idea. Just, is it possible.

A:Skip the Anniversary Update?

it's really difficult to get a clear answer to something with regards to win10. Not sure you can block it completely but you can prevent downloads if over a metered connection. The 1607 update might be deferred if you install it then roll back. It will be fine if you leave it on 1511 and wait till the next major update which isn't too far away. This is what i'm going to do. We'll see if this behaves any better.

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I downloaded the Anniversary update on my Alienware M17 laptop (16Gb Ram, i7CPU). The download all went well, but when I restarted, it is still stuck, after 4 hours.
The screen says:

Working on updates 1%
Don't turn off your PC. This will take a while.

I was able to download the Anniversary Update ISO, before I did the Anniversary Update, so I do have that as a backup, but won't that destroy all the data on my C drive?

My questions are:

1. How long did the Anniversary Update take on your PC?

2.. What is the recommended action to take ?

A:Anniversary Update Stuck at 1%

1) I haven't done the upgrade online on any of my 3 systems. I always used an .ISO.

I have an old laptop set to treat WiFi as a metered connection. When I tried to update to the latest build (14393.10) of the Anniversary Update through WiFi, it froze at 6%. I connected it to my router with an ethernet cable, and the update proceeded quickly.

2) If you have the .ISO, you can mount it as a virtual disk. You can upgrade from that (just launch setup.exe). You have the option of preserving your files and "apps".

You could also create a bootable USB drive or DVD from the .ISO. You'd then have the option of doing an upgrade (if you booted into the existing Windows installation) or a clean install (if you booted from the flash drive or DVD).

I suggest spending a little time in the Tutorials here. Not all of them are organized in the most readable fashion, but they cover all the details.

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Since taking Microsoft up on the free Windows 10 Upgrade from Windows 7, I sometimes arrive home after work and find my computer turned on. I was thinking this was because of the new mandatory Windows Update Feature in Windows 10, but often when it does this I can see no indication of any installed updates. It only does this perhaps once a week.

As of now Windows Update is set to download updates automatically (I guess that's the only choice in W10). In settings/Windows Update/Update history it's only showing about 7 or 8 updates (Silverlight, Flash Player, Malicious software removal tool, etc.) all installed the same day I upgraded from Windows 7, onto Windows 10 version 1511.

About Aug 2 or 3 I arrived home from work to find this computer booted to the log in screen. After entering my log in pin I booted into what looked like an entirely new environment. Everything was different. My wall paper was gone, my desktop calendar was gone, my Firefox browser had no add ons or bookmarks, my photo editor had lost all my settings, there was no longer a calculator available (from windows utilities) etc.

In other words it was like having a brand new computer. I was so upset I never bothered to check "Settings/Windows Update/Update History" to see if it was the anniversary update (V1607). Lucky for me I had backed my Firefox profile folder and had made screen shots of most other settings for various programs (before going from W7 to W10). It took all evening aft... Read more

A:W10 Anniversary Update? What Happened?

That sounds like there was a profile loading error & windows booted to a default profile when it booted up. When you rebooted it loaded your profile
 

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https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...update-history





The Windows 10 Anniversary Update will automatically download and install when it becomes available for your device




Is there some limiting factor applied in respect of the availability in the above quote?

I have not yet received the update by automatic download.
According to information in the above link, it seems that I can elect to "Get the Anniversary Update now". I don't understand why it has not arrived automatically if I could get it myself now.

Will I expose my PC to problems by not waiting for it to become 'available for my device'?

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Hello...
I have trouble with my new notebook toshiba Z30-C .
The problem with BSOD starts after i update W10 to W10 Annivesary.
The BSOD error message shows KNODE problem or more often DPC switch.
Sometimes after few hour of work, sometime after few seconds....
 
I thing that the problem with drivers for GPU is there, but i am not really sure...
 
The  sysnativefile together with perfmon are attached.
 
Thank´ s for the tips and your help...
 
BR Martin

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Hi all this update is killing me I called MS they downloaded it agene for me .I get freezing and bsod every time I play a game and sometimes at idle I updated, repaired every game I have .
I am tempted to buy windows10pro and block updates if I can.
sorry for the rant I am just frustrated.

A:Windows 10 anniversary update

Hello, if you search the web, you will find a significant number of people are experiencing significant issues with the anniversary upgrade including freezing. As yours is a custom built PC, there's no direct comparison or manufacturer to refer to. I've noted a couple who needed a BIOS update.

If yours works reliably with Win 10 10586 but not the anniversary upgrade, I suggest you roll back to 10586 (allowed up to 10 days after upgrading) and block the upgrade. This is/was possible even with the Home edition:
Stop Windows 10 from automatically updating your PC - CNET
e.g. by using Wifi only, as a metered connection or disabling the appropriate service.

You'd need to check what actually works now in the anniversary edition for Windows Home, as this, like features and GUI, may have changed.

This was provided for Home users.. I don't know if it still applies now.
Windows 10 Home Users Can Now Disable Automatic App Updates | NDTV Gadgets360.com

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Only took 3 months. I just waited for the update. Now I have to straighten out my PC again.

A:Finally got the anniversary update

Congratulations some (myself included) have had trouble upgrading.

I had a site with things to disable as far as privacy was concerned, that site isn't found anymore, here's another one, it's got some things http://www.howtogeek.com/221864/digg...vacy-settings/

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I recently installed the Anniversary Update to Windows 10 in my Acer Aspire E1-572 and since installation have been unable to gain access to the internet.  I have spoken with Microsoft several times and their conclusion is that I do not have the appropriate driver installed to run the AU.   I wonder if this is correct as I had no trouble with windows 10 intil the AU was installed.  Can someone tell me how to install the driver and also how can I when I cannot access the internet with that laptop.   I have a second laptop (Acer Aspire ES1 - 512) which I am using at present which also had the same problem but because it was only updated a few days ago I was able to return it to the previous build of Windows 10.  Can anyone help please?

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Yep, I'm apprehensive about the Anniversary for my main desktop, a Windows Pro system, with C & D SSD's and E-H as rotating disks. I've upgraded my backup desktop and laptop (both are Windows Home) with Anniversary with not hitches; however, I really need to take a lot of care with the main desktop, since it is my go-to machine.

I've elected to delay to Anniversary installation using the "Defer Upgrades" setting, but I don't know how long that will protect me.

Another issue are my two graphics cards: both are nVidia, and I had a nVidia compatibility problem on my backup machine; however, that has been resolved (apparently) and I was able to load Win10 Home with no hitches, and able to upgrade to Anniversary, again, with no hitches.

So, what about my Win 10 Pro machine with the two SSD's -- how long should I wait?

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