Windows 11 Support Thread

Microsoft admits it can't fix Windows 10 KB5034441(and Windows 11 KB5034440) - "0x80070643 - ERROR_INSTALL_FAILURE" - Neowin​

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That worked for me.
 
Well.... That's one way to look at it....
To be fair, they will replace everything to fix the problem - I once had a Dell that had it's motherboard and screen replaced twice on-site within the same week to address unexplained freezing
 
To be fair, they will replace everything to fix the problem - I once had a Dell that had it's motherboard and screen replaced twice on-site within the same week to address unexplained freezing
Yap, my motherboard has been replaced twice, fans twice..... So I am interested to see what they gonna replace next. Mind you, every time they replaced it something got fixed, but something else got broken.
 
Yap, my motherboard has been replaced twice, fans twice..... So I am interested to see what they gonna replace next. Mind you, every time they replaced it something got fixed, but something else got broken.
there are many things that can be replaced

Btw, I got rid of that laptop as soon as I could - it was a fcking lemon that no amount of replacement parts could fix completely - I swear it had a tokoloshe living inside it
 

Microsoft just recalled the latest Windows 11 update - Digital Trends​

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Microsoft just taught us another lesson on why it’s sometimes a good idea not to get every update as soon as it’s made available.

The latest non-security Windows preview update proved to have such dire consequences that Microsoft had to pull it, making it so that more people wouldn’t download it anymore. This happened after reports came flooding in of various users being stuck in boot loops and experiencing problems with starting up their PCs.

The update in question is the KB5039302 build, released on June 26 and available on Windows 11 22H2 and 23H2.

It’s worth noting that being a preview update, this patch was a pre-release version of Windows, so Microsoft’s blunder won’t have affected as wide a group of users as it would if this were the release version. On the other hand, the issue seems pretty big.

 
this update can suck my tolly :ROFL:

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