Windows Cumulitive Update KB5015807 Fails


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This update contiaually fails . Other updates are OK (.Net Framwork) and feature updates. Some WEB comments seem to point to a printer issue and suggest uninstalling then update windos tyhen re-install the printer...not so sure about this.

Can anyone suggest a way to enable the update to be installed.

Thanks in advance
 
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Mine took an unusually long time to install - about twenty minutes. At one stage I thought it had stalled. Around 60% I think, but I could see the hd was still active.,
Anyway, if what you have read is correct (I have my doubts?) , maybe uninstalling the printer should be enough but try merely disconnecting it in the first instance
 
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Thanks davehc,
Removing duplicate printer entry had no impact. Also read that turning off .Net Framework would work but no impact. I have noticed KB5105730 ( .Net Framework upgrade ) installs quickly but KB5015807 takes a long time. The error message today was 0x800F0922; I did turn off .Net Framework as this was one of the other suggested fixes but this out did not help all.

I have two versions of .Net Framework installed, not sure why as I would have assume Windows update would previously removed versions on .Net Frame work.

Windows support admits there is a problem with KB5015807. It is time they resolved the problem. Never before have I had problems with Windows updates which makes me think it is not my PC.

Unless there is a difinitive fix and Windows Support fix their stuff up I will have to put on hold Windows updates .
 
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"Windows support admits there is a problem with KB5015807"
Exactly, so why release it as an update.
 
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Many users have reported problems installing the latest updates going back to July. Many have found that they have had to disable Malwarebytes & turn off start with Windows, then restart the PC in order to complete installation while others have had to also uninstall NET framework 3.5 as well before installation completes.
 

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