Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Daveski17, Nov 12, 2014.
Thanks for the info.
Windows 10 update bugs: BSOD, sound, slow boot, and WiFi by Mayank Parmar.
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I updated Windows 8.1 and Office 2013 and didn't encounter any problems so far.
Windows 10 Pro x64 (1909)
Today downloaded and installed the Cumulative Update KB4532693
After reboot, MS updates checked once again and KB4524244 found & installed.
The link for KB4524244 redirects to
which is for: Windows Server 2012, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Embedded 8 Standard
The only info which I found is here=
The cumulative 'installed twice' for me again this time.
No it doesn't. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4524244/security-update-for-windows-10-february-11-2020
Yes, it is.
Double checked right now. As I wrote, in my PC it links to an old SSU.
...and I'm not alone =
Because the update is so good, it installs twice!
It happens to me about 3/4 of the time with cumulative updates on W10 Home.
Hi stapp, I don't think the update is installing twice, what I think happens is that the first time we see the CU get to 100% installation, that is the installation of the Servicing stack. And the second time we see the installing of the CU, that is the actual installation of the CU.
That link opens just fine for me also.
After today's updates, my W10 1909 is on build 18363.657.
After installing today's CU, and rebooting, I manually checked for updates and was offered KB4524244, I installed it. What I don't understand is why it was offered to me, as the title of the link above doesn't show 1909 in it. Adding to my confusion, the update is available for 1909 in the catalogue. My question is, are other W10 1909 users here at this forum also getting this update (kb4524244)?
well, elam, offered and installed on all of my rigs.
Just once here on 1909 today... but I have seen this behavior in prior updates..
yes, it's in the catalog, elam. so, why the confusion.
Willis, the confusion is generated by the fact that the KB installs in 1909 and the download package is available for 1909 in the catalogue, but the name/number 1909 doesn't appear in the title of the KB.
According to the link above, KB4524244 should only be for Win10 versions 1903 and below. I got it on all my 1909 machines, but only after all the others had installed and the machines had been restarted. Wondering if they've either left 1909 out of the blurb, or it's been offered to 1909 machines in error.
WOW, a (semi) nice reply from you for a change. Thanks for confirming what I thought was happening with KB4524244.
That is exactly the reason for my earlier comment about KB4524244.
maje, here's the real confusion. like @anon said above, "further info" link for the 4524244 redirects to 4504418. dazed and confused, huh?
Just got done updating Win 10 1909. Win update history shows KB4532693. Build shows - 1909-OS Build 18363.657
-EDIT- However, just saw that KB4524244 is now available. I am going to sit on that one for a while ......................
Thats your confusion, not mine. Dont change what I wrote, please. FWIW, the link to that KB opens the correct webpage for me.
Note the date on this. I would say KB4504418 should definitely not be installed ..................
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