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This is why it's recommended to take a WIM of the system once all applications are installed, and the system is customized the way you want it....ended up re-installing windows and then spending a week re-installing other apps and accounts. Very frustrating!
This is the worst possible decision someone could make, and rather than explain why (as it will come across as condescending), please utilize your search engine of choice to learn why this is something that should never be done.I have since disabled the windows update service - wuauserv to prevent further windows updates... As long as you have a decent anti-virus software I recon this is an acceptable solution.
Windows Update will only install WHQL drivers whitelisted by the manufacturer of your PC, so it's unlikely Windows Update caused whatever issues you were experiencing. However, If you performed a clean install and allowed Windows Update to run prior to installing CPU related drivers (Chipset, IMEI, etc.), then issues will be experienced since those drivers must be installed prior to any other drivers, software, or updates....previous windows updates have broken my bluetooth and my sound drivers
It happened to mine took me 3 months to find the problem some MB's won't run at max ram spec so you need to drop back a setting. if that doesn't fix it you can just reset the clock timing to where it is now no big deal to try. if you find my previous post you will find the error codes I'm going to bed now cya.try reconfiguring your ram drop it down a notch and see if that helps you do it in the bios.
You're assuming the user applied an XMP or overclocked their RAM, of which @Castor Fist never mentioned, so it's likely they did not.It happened to mine took me 3 months to find the problem some MB's won't run at max ram spec so you need to drop back a setting. if that doesn't fix it you can just reset the clock timing to where it is now no big deal to try.
This has zero to do with your previous post of simply turning off Windows Update altogether and believing your antivirus will magically keep your PC secure from bugs and exploits... You do realize whenever exploits are patched they immediately show exactly how to exploit a system that is not patched right? This is why Microsoft patches all supported OSes on Patch Tuesdays at the same time.Have to dissagree.. Windows updates are a nightmare. My experience (and the experience of others) has not been good and I really want to use my pc not repair it. MIcrosoft need ro do a far far better job on testing updates or give them to manufactures, HP in my case to test and then distribute.
Review each update prior to installing, as most will not cause issues to 99% of users. This is what businesses do and is why Microsoft allowed Pro and Enterprise editions the capability to choose when and what updates to install... however, home editions do not have this capability.However do you have a solution that does not mean I have to spend ages fixing my PC after an update?
If uninstalling and reinstalling the driver solved the issue, Windows Update installing the driver was not the cause of the issue. Again, Windows Update will only install OEM whitelisted WHQL drivers, of which are the exact same driver the OEM makes available on their website.Also it was definitely the windows updates that caused the driver issues... Well the solution in each case... was to delete the driver and let it re-install itself so I suppose it could be a setting somewhere rather than the driver.
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