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bobboWed Jun-17-20 10:59 PM
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"Windows 10 update version 2004"
Thu Jun-18-20 02:38 AM by bobbo

  

          

This up;date has been running most of the day. It is currently stalle3d at 85%. Should I let it keep running or try again at a later date?

Edit: The install has made a giant leap forward to 92%. All it took was to complain about the slowness of the install. I'll let it coontinue.

  

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bobboThu Jun-18-20 02:45 AM
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#1. "RE: Windows 10 update version 2004"
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The download completed and the install commenced for about 45 minutes and included several restarts. The update looks pretty much the same ad before and includes a page of what has been done. Notably, the Win 7 games were deleted, and I reinstalled them; might have been a mistake, as my sound is gone again and I haven't been able to restore it. Will continue to explore the new update and will report back on any successes I experience.

  

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bobboThu Jun-18-20 03:01 AM
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#2. "RE: Windows 10 update version 2004"
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Did a trouble shoot of sound and found the sound element wasn't set as default. Made the change and the sound is back.

  

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mowerman90Thu Jun-18-20 05:25 PM
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#3. "RE: Windows 10 update version 2004"
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Thu Jun-18-20 05:26 PM by mowerman90

          

My Computer:
Homebuilt
W10 Pro
Antec Earthwatts 500W PS
Gigabyte 880GM-USB3
AMD FX4100 3.6 GH 4 core
8G Ram
Samsung EVO 840 256G SSD(Sys drive)
640 Gig WD Blk (Data & Backup Drive)

Just wanted to let everyone know that it doesn't necessarily take all day to install the 2004 update. I installed mine in about 2hrs from start to finish. This was on my 9 year old system! (see above specs) Gotta love Gigabyte mother boards. Not a single hiccup since first turning it on. And by the way, I never, and I mean never have I turned it off except for restarts after installing updates or software. Maybe I'm just lucky.

P.S. By the way, the update caused no problems whatsoever!

  

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PcqandamanThu Jun-18-20 07:27 PM
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#4. "RE: Windows 10 update version 2004"
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My 5 year old laptop updated to version 2004 with no problems.
My 6 month old desktop i5 9400 wouldn't and displayed the following.
A very confusing and unhelpful message.
https://imgbb.com/>

  

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PcqandamanThu Jun-25-20 09:43 AM
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#6. "RE: Windows 10 update version 2004"
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Just done another check and a more sensible message now appears:

  

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bobboThu Jun-18-20 09:48 PM
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#5. "RE: Windows 10 update version 2004"
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I believe that my problem involved a recent update of the World Community Grid which kept kicking in during the download/install. It took quite a while, but the update finished and is running properly now.

  

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kittenmuellerWed Jul-22-20 05:53 PM
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#7. "RE: Windows 10 update version 2004"
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My sound went on and off after this update. Finally found where it said the drivers with that update were incorrect for my PC. I went to the site it said and downloaded correct drivers and so far it is all good.

"kitten with a mean streak"

  

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PcqandamanSun Aug-16-20 10:27 AM
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#8. "RE: Windows 10 update version 2004"
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Sun Aug-16-20 05:16 PM by Pcqandaman

          

My desktop has updated to version 2004 in about 50 minutes.
One thing I noticed is that the Internet icon has changed design and hovering over it states "No internet access" yet the internet is working as normal.

I think this is a known problem.

EDIT:
The cure for this issue is:
https://www.windowslatest.com/2020/07/18/windows-10-no-internet-connection-problem/

  

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GreyFalconMon Aug-17-20 02:48 PM
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#9. "RE: Windows 10 update version 2004"
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There is a cumulative update and .net update that ran before and after 2004 so it can seem like it takes forever if they all run at the same time.

  

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KJTMon Aug-17-20 11:15 PM
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#10. "RE: Windows 10 update version 2004"
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Windows apparently did me a favor. Last night I attempted to install 2004. It was taking too long so I left it running and went to bed.

This morning I was greeted with notification that installation had failed due to an "error" and "Click here" to remove the changes.

Once "reverted", everything seems to be running smoothly.

That was when I saw the two new postings.

So, thank you Microsoft Windows 2004 - seems like you have saved me a whole lot of bother - including re-installation of Windows games.

Jim.

  

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