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Windows Cumulative Update KB4015438 has failed to install properly for me 16 times in the past month. What happens is that I have to restart my computer to complete the install and when my PC tries, it freezes. This issue seems to be quite common as there\’s a lot of info online when I google it. Because of this, 2 other KBs still need a restart but because of the first issue, they also never install properly.I tried to install the Creator\’s Update the other day believing that it would blow away everything to do with the Anniversary Update and fix the issue by default.My computer rebooted multiple times after the Creator\’s attempt but, in the end, the upgrade didn\’t take and I\’m still on 1607 vs. 1703 for the Creator\’s.This is what I figure to do and I wonder if people think these action steps makes sense.1. Remove KB4015438 2. Restart computer – hopefully, it will shutdown and restart properly3. Install Cumulative Update KB4016635 that is supposed to replace KB4015438 4. Reboot5. Cross fingersDoes this seem like it should work?

Phils wrote: ↑Windows Cumulative Update KB4015438 has failed to install properly for me 16 times in the past month. What happens is that I have to restart my computer to complete the install and when my PC tries, it freezes. This issue seems to be quite common as there\’s a lot of info online when I google it. Because of this, 2 other KBs still need a restart but because of the first issue, they also never install properly.I tried to install the Creator\’s Update the other day believing that it would blow away everything to do with the Anniversary Update and fix the issue by default.My computer rebooted multiple times after the Creator\’s attempt but, in the end, the upgrade didn\’t take and I\’m still on 1607 vs. 1703 for the Creator\’s.This is what I figure to do and I wonder if people think these action steps makes sense.1. Remove KB4015438 2. Restart computer – hopefully, it will shutdown and restart properly3. Install Cumulative Update KB4016635 that is supposed to replace KB4015438 4. Reboot5. Cross fingersDoes this seem like it should work?

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