I tried three times to update my desktop with the Nov 8th updates, but all three times the three parts failed to install. I then tried my laptop and the same thing happened, twice. I finally manually downloaded the individual files, with the Malicious Software Tool coming directly from the Microsoft site and the Flash Player and Cumulative Update coming from the Update Catalog.
For some odd reason, the Flash Player update file said it was 20.3MB in size, and it showed that while downloading, but the download "completed" after 3.4MB. I manually installed the Malicious Software tool and it ran. I then went to run the Flash Player update, but it failed, of course, due to the file not being complete. I then downloaded it again, and it fully downloaded this time. I then installed it and it went fine. I installed the cumulative update and everything worked fine with that. I then restarted, rechecked for updates, and everything was good.
I was getting ready to copy the three manually downloaded files onto a flash drive so I could install them on my laptop, but decided to try the updates with Windows Update on the laptop one more time before manually installing them. This time it worked. Hmm.
I wonder if the problem all along was that something was going goofy with the Microsoft servers and it wouldn't let the updates download properly when trying to update through Windows Update. Then, by the time I manually downloaded the Flash player update the second time and it worked, whatever was going on was fixed.
This is the first time I have experienced any problems like this with a Windows 10 update.
The Flash Player update really threw me. Whenever I've had a file not fully download in the past, it would show as an error and I would know there was a problem before ever trying to use the file. This time, after the 3.4MB download, it showed as truly complete, with no errors, and it only showed errors when I tried to use it. Very odd.
Ah. That's good to know. I don't see any responses as to any problems, so it must have been just me. LOL.
Also, yes, you did receive an email saying I had left a different response and subsequently deleted it. I read it wrong and thought it said XP, not X. I need another coffee. Heh heh.
Hmm. It was released on the 8th, so last night's check should have caught it.
I have seen, though, where my computer has automatically checked for updates when I know there is some and it shows nothing. I then check manually and it finds them. In fact, this last time that happened. It checked when I started the computer, didn't find what I know was there, and then found it after I manually checked. It wouldn't surprise me if you initiated a manual search it would find the updates.
Ah. Enjoy! J/K. LOL.
Smart thinking to share the updates, too. I'm sure that cuts down a bit on the data usage.
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