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Windows Update Not Working After System Image Restore
I was concerned that the update was just affecting me (potentially due to a hardware issue) since I was on a relatively new PC. I did install the Intel Matrix Storage Manager before the RST 9.6, but it didn't help. David Reply Sasa says: 2012/10/18 at 4:11 pm I solve a problem with Windows Update !!! I really wish that Symantec would post a sticky or their "tested and approved" explanation and fix for this issue. his comment is here
Reply John says: 2014/06/27 at 8:10 am Been fighting this as well. First restore an image I created on Saturday by Macrium but that may not work. Reply ArtFD says: 2011/10/14 at 5:41 pm SP1 successfully installed itself after 45 minutes of running. Hide Windows Updates Sometimes, updates are known to cause problems before you apply them.
That worked fine, no errors. Reply 0 0 MarkS101 Top Student Posts: 8 Member Since: 09-24-2014 Message 3 of 16 (2,865 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Windows update not working after system restore Options Mark as I did a system restore to before the updates and have been fine since. I then used "Backup and Restore" to create a System Restore Disk - BTW.
- G Reply Guy August 19, 2014 at 2:10 pm Did the last M$ update crash my box?
- Sometimes you'll experience a Black Screen of Death.
- Update 2015.03.28 For some Lenovo machines ThinkVantage System Update may install an old or buggy Intel Matrix Storage Manager that can cause the same problem. Some discussion here: ThinkVantage System Update
I was running into the same problem: - Windows Update not functioning - pictures not being displayed in Microsoft Outlook 2010 - an F4 stop-error it gave me one time I My fix was to manually install the latest Intel driver: Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (link may be stale - see update below) That installs a lot more than necessary - AFAICS Good Karma to you! Back to the Windows Update problem. Windows 7 is supposed to understand AF drives, and correctly aligns partitions. Sort of. Without the updates in a hotfix (or SP1 ??) , Windows
My notebook is hanging a lot, Should I uninstall these updates? Thanks! Reply geoff says: 2012/06/12 at 5:15 pm I kept getting to the wrong Intel driver. According to Microsoft, August Update BSOD crashes are caused by the following updates, which subsequently have been disabled: Ads by Google KB2982791, a security update for kernel-mode drivers.
Many of us have been trying to get this changed so that a partition backup ( which includes all partitions) would also have the disk signature available. So I checked in the Task Manager | Services to see if it was - it appeared to be but I restarted it anyway. And a bunch of other combinations of above.So I think there is an issue with system restore. According to Microsoft Community member xformer, KB2982791 is the culprit.
Update 2012.12.12 The Intel driver download is a moving target. Try this search link if the one above doesn't work: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng&ProductFamily=Software+Products&ProductLine=Chipset+Software&ProductProduct=Intel%C2%AE+Rapid+Storage+Technology+%28Intel%C2%AE+RST%29 Update 2011.10.04 Have a look at the readme that comes with Learn How to Post and More  Community News  Best of the Community Blog  Notebooks Notebook Operating System and Recovery  Notebook Boot and Lockup  Notebook Wireless and Networking  Notebook Audio  Notebook Video, Reply Alan T August 21, 2014 at 3:07 am Sorry for the typos in the first post, here corrected, may make more sense. Linux and BSD developers also have to deal with the problem of diversity of hardware when coding their updates.
I was able to go to the Lenovo recovery partition, which identified a problem but could not fix it. http://thumbd.net/windows-update/windows-update-citrix-not-working.html I did apply Aug. Which ones should be avoided : Update for Windows 8.1 for x64-based Systems (KB2962409) Update for Windows 8.1 for x64-based Systems (KB2971239) Update for Windows 8.1 for x64-based Systems (KB2979500) Update Then during the restore, you would also invoke the option to Recover disk Signature.
This one resolved my headache. It obviously worked ok originally. I wonder what refusing to see the disadvantages of Windows makes you? :-) "I’m probably speaking to a lost cause." Yes, you are. weblink Please look after your customers.
How to Easily Troubleshoot Blue Screen & Other Issues Windows 8 isn't perfect. There are times when the user needs to overrule the program as to which is the active partition. I am very pro Microsoft but they have, in my opinion, an obligation to their customers which I feel has been allowed so slip.
I had some problem getting the 500GB to boot properly, something to do with hidden/active status of the OEM SYSTEM_DRV partition.
After waiting that long, I'd eventually risk a force / cold reboot. Found this post and tried to update the Intel drivers. Solution: Hello Linux Mint 17, yeah baby!!! I had no idea of the new wave of AF drives and the apparent consistent and ongoing problems it was causing to Intel based systems going through HD upgrades/swaps…my MS Update
How were you able to try and uninstall an update if you're not able to boot into Safe Mode? My laptop is an Acer and is six years old... I rebooted the computer, and sure enough, I had 4096 byte physical sector size listed again in FSUTIL. check over here Reply Tina S August 18, 2014 at 11:07 am Yes, I would also recommend to uninstall these updates.
I don't have time for these interim experiments. There has to be a trouble free way of managing that pretty common task. Quite simply, it just kept crashing. Main difficulty was to ask the right question in Google 🙂 Reply Daniel says: 2013/01/30 at 11:50 pm Spectacular - thank you for your post.
Ready why in the post below. __________________ Grovers status = Inactive1. Nobody is even suggesting that. Reply 0 0 Nuccii Regents Professor Posts: 4,379 Member Since: 10-27-2009 Message 10 of 16 (2,836 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Windows update not working after system restore Options Mark as It just bombed and said the platform was not supported.
What is even worse is if they know what causes the problem and then expect us to fix it! In Windows 10, Windows System Restore is disabled by default. If you don't utilize the advantages of Windows, but feel troubled by the drawbacks, then yes, Mac may be a better option for you. Reply ArtFD says: 2011/10/13 at 5:32 pm Your initial post is one of the few I was able to find dealing with AF HDD’s.
Windows Update works like a charm. Great minds must BJB Level 4 09-23-2013 06:44 PM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content Greetings!