Kb4493509 Update Problems

Hello,

there is an huge problem with the Kb4493509 Update. 

Me and an friend got the Update yesterday evening and installed it after the installation and the reboot our system doesn't work correctly. 

After an deinstallation of the Kb4493509 the systems work perfectly fine. 

We tested it on some other devices too and had the same issue on every System.

Can someone confirm this on his own system?

Kind Regards

 

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Hi Reinhold

My name is Sarah Kong and I am an independent adviser that is here to try and help you with your issue.

What is the huge problem?
You didn't tell us.

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Hi Reinhold
Greetings! I am Vijay, an Independent Advisor. I am here to work with you on this problem.

Many people have reported the problem but not all. Sometimes, updated do create a problem.

You should block it otherwise it will be installed once again.

Microsoft has provided a tool Show/Hide Updates tool to block the update
Download the tool from below link
http://download.microsoft.com/download/f/2/2/f2...
When you run this troubleshooter, it will search for available updates and list them
Select the update which you want to hide. Click Next and follow on-screen directions

Do let me know if you require any further help on this. Will be glad to help you.
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Hi Reinhold,

You should hide that update, so Windows 10 does not install it on your systems . .

Download the tool from the link below, run that, in the list of pending updates, select that update and click 'Hide' that will stop windows from attempting to install it:

http://download.microsoft.com/download/f/2/2/f2...
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Hi Sarah,

the Problem is that the Systems needed 3 - 5 minutes to boot then they needed maybe 2 minutes at the Windows will be configured screen and then when we were on the desktop the system needed several minutes to work correctly. All in all we needed maybe 10 - 15 minutes so we could work correctly and after we deinstalled the update everything worked perfectly fine after a 10 second boot period. 

Kind Regards 

Reinhold

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Update one of your PCs then give the suggestions in the link below a try.

https://www.groovypost.com/howto/fix-slow-after...

Note: This is a non-Microsoft website. The page appears to be providing accurate, safe information. Watch out for ads on the site that may advertise products frequently classified as a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Products). Thoroughly research any product advertised on the site before you decide to download and install it.

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This Problem effects more as some Windows Users and we need a real fix and not a work around.

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I had some of these problems and it seems I solved by updating Intel Blootooth & Wireless to the shining new version 21.0.0.

(I still evaluating the situation)

It seems they fixed some BSOD issues.


Good luck

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This issue is being caused by an incompatibility between certain antivirus applications and the recent Windows Updates to Windows 7, 8.1 and 10. Sophos, Avast, and Avira have all been confirmed and are working with MS for solutions. I'm sure there are others, but those three are the ones I could locate info on. Most specifically Avira since that's what I use and they gave me the following response:

Hello, Our dev. dept. is in contact with Microsoft to find a solution for this issue. Please see this article which we've published some hours ago:

https://www.avira.com/en/support-for-home-knowledgebase-detail/kbid/1976

I'm certain the temporary solution for whatever AV you may have is the same as what Avira has stated. Just uninstall the corresponding Windows Update as mentioned in the article, wait for your AV provider to release an updated version to install, then reinstall the Windows Update(s).

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I got the fix!

I had the same problem. Restart your PC and go to the windows startup settings. From there select the option to repair your system. For me when I did that i got to the desktop. Then it froze my system again. Then I pressed my computer case’s restart button. After that the system started working perfectly fine for me. I also checked that the update was installed correctly from the update history.

No, that is not a fix for the majority of people having these problems & if it fixed yours I VERY highly doubt you had the same problem to begin with. It has already been confirmed by both Microsoft and several antivirus vendors, that the combination of these Windows Updates and a handful of antivirus apps are causing this problem. There is information supporting this and my previous reply all over the internet. The "fix" has already been given. Myself and plenty of others obviously already tried the "repair your system" options to no avail. I do NOT recommend d0ggy's reply as a fix. The actual recommended solution that has been made by several antivirus vendors is the same as what Avira suggested in their reply to me. One only has to look at my last response and read the link provided to get the proper answer. That info is literally all over the place. Tons of people having this problem (including Win7 and 8.1 users), and tons of people have offered the fix. Including MS and the av vendors themselves. The solution I posted is confirmed, not just some random nonsense that may or may not work.

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After the update of day 9, when I turned it on

the 10th while watching a video on YouTube,

without warning, without error message or BSOD

my computer was completely turned off.

I have with my PC 9 months without a single problem

so far

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