Blue Screen Stop 0x050 error reported for systems installing KB2976897, KB2982791, and KB2970228

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by SweX, Aug 15, 2014.

  1. wolfrun

    wolfrun Registered Member

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    I just manually checked the windows updater and there are 10 updates ready to be installed. I guess they are the Sept. updates. Has anyone else taken the plunge yet? I think I'm going to hold back this time for awhile. LOL.:doubt:
     
  2. J_L

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    I will with AX64 Time Machine ready once my VirtualBox Guests are updated and VirtualBox 4.3.16 is tested.
     
  3. Dragon1952

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    After what happened last time i will wait and see what happens this time. I turned update off yesterday. Will turn it on when i am ready to download and install.
     
  4. anon

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    Windows 8.1 Pro, 32-bit: 13 updates installed, no problems.
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  5. The Hammer

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    What's your settings for download of updates?
     
  6. mantra

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    i have updated all the last hotfixes but it does not seem they fix the windows up
    run the windows update manually i got sometime the error

    the clean disk doesn't let me clean updates , run as admistrator , w7 sp1 64

    w8.1 pro 64bit download an update about 180mb , and the clean disk detects the update and can clean only 80mb
     
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  7. anon

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    The usual: "Install updates automatically (recommended)"

    The 13 updates from Sept. Patch Tuesday which mentioned in post #154, installed (as soon as they were available at Sept 9, 10 a.m. Pacific time) after a manual "Check for updates".
     
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  8. emmjay

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    Well this is interesting, isn't it? Those who got burned the last time will wait. Those who survived but are more cautious will also wait. Those who no longer trust MS to get it right will not install at all. So that leaves the brave and the uninformed. What kind of feedback can we expect from this?
     
  9. wolfrun

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    Ok. I have a good backup from a few days ago. I will install the latest updates and if I have any problems I will just run the macrium backup. Will post back here whether successful or not. Note that system is Windows 7 64bit. Wish me luck. :shifty:
     
  10. anon

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    Really? Have you ever heard the word "prepared" ?

    And what about those who want to have their systems patched asap?
     
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  11. wolfrun

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    Just installed the windows updates. KB2982378 (important)."KB2977728,KB2978092,KB2985461" (3 listed as recommended), software removal tool KB890830 (important) along with "3 security net framework updates", for a total of 8. Just ran the manual updater and all is well with the notice, "Windows is up to date".
     
  12. Daveski17

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    I installed them on my Vista x86 laptop (the one I'm replacing with a Macbook ;)) and all seems well. But I will wait a few days/weeks before installing them on my Win 7 x64 desktop as it is my main computer and I'll be quite distressed when Microbork finally tank that.
     
  13. emmjay

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    It is referred to as risk management.
     
  14. anon

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  15. mantra

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    @wolfrun
    hi
    can you please do a favor?
    if you run clean disk , can you remove the september updates?
    have you them in the list ?

    thanks
     
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  16. wolfrun

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    @mantra
    Not quite following you there. Do you mean CCleaner or Disk Cleaner? You can uninstall windows updates by going to Control Panel/Programs/Programs and Features/ then click on "view installed updates" Pick the ones that you want to update. Now to see what the dates are for them Check your Windows Update history which will give you dates when installed.
     
  17. MikeBCda

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    I'm set to "never check" and always do manual checks for Patch Tuesday plus any off-cycle updates I've heard of. This month's list was 10 items (I don't have Office or Silverlight, and don't bother with the MRT).

    One interesting thing this month ... I got that same "can't check" error message at the very end of the scan. However, when I clicked the "try again" button it only took a couple of seconds to get the list of available updates.
     
  18. mantra

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    @wolfrun
    i mean disk cleaner , there is an option to clean windows updates
    i don't talk about uninstall ,but clean the backups , windows update cleanup
     
  19. Daveski17

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    "Is it safe?"
     
  20. wolfrun

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    Yes I run disk cleaner after a windows update. More about disk cleaner here. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2852386
     
  21. mantra

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    @wolfrun
    hi
    after the august update , i run the clean disk and i did clean the windows update
    but after the september update , i run again the clean disk but after the scan it did find nothing to clean:confused:

    was you able to clean the september update?

    or did you wait and did you remeve august and september at once ?

    thanks
     
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  22. Lucius

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    You can manually delete those files.

    %windir%\SoftwareDistribution\Download
     
  23. wolfrun

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    @mantra This is what I do after a windows update. I run CCleaner which I included, "Options\include\C:Windows/Software DistributionDownload\all files\include files and subfolders". After that I run Windows Disk Cleaner. Or....you can go to "SoftwareDistribution\Download" and manually delete files as Lucius has posted above. I am not suggesting that you do this, I am just stating this is what I do and works for me.
     
  24. The Hammer

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    Well this thread is pretty quiet , no recent ranting ,so it must be.
     
  25. anon

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    Microsoft pulls one September update, déjà vu all over again
    http://www.neowin.net/news/microsoft-pulls-one-september-update-dj-vu-all-over-again



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