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erpdude8

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  1. maybe ask daniel_k, EdSon (send him a PM on how to fully install .NET 4.8 on Win8 client OS)
  2. MS support article 2399238 lists the Vista "prerequisite" updates to install before installing IE9: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2399238/prerequisites-for-installing-internet-explorer-9
  3. post a screenshot of the problem so many of us can believe you it could be just a glitch with the MS update catalog server - like IntMD was saying the download links for KB4487990 showed up (at least for me when I use a wired ethernet/LAN connection; but when I use a wireless/WLAN/Wifi connection, I few times encounter the problem you are having and have to reload the download page for it)
  4. that's the very last one, Jody. next IE update for Win8/Server 2012 (KB4540671) is IE11-only --- New Updates for March 2020 Monthly Rollup [KB4541510] Security Only [KB4540694] Servicing Stack [KB4540726]
  5. New Server 2008 SP2 updates for March 2020: (released Tue. 3/10/2020) Monthly Rollup [KB4541506] Security Only [KB4541504] Servicing Stack Update [KB4550736] Internet Explorer 9 Cumulative Security Update [KB4540671]
  6. I've checked the tech specs of the MSI 915gm Speedster FA4 board here: https://eps.msi.com/server/915GM_SpeedsterFA4 and these are some of the onboard devices featured on that board- (Onboard LAN) - 2 Marvell 88E8053 Gigabit Ethernet controllers (Onboard Audio) - Realtek ALC880 8-channel codec (Onboard IEEE 1394) - VIA VT6307 IEEE 1394 controller maybe one or perhaps all of these devices may be preventing the Win10 upgrade to v1903/v1909 and should be deactivated/disabled in BIOS setup (attempting to disable these devices in Win10 Device Manager does not count; disabling these onboard devices in BIOS setup will make them "invisible" or non-existent to the Win10 OS). Press the "F1" key to enter bios setup on bootup (which I learned from the board's user manual) There's a manual for MSI 915gm Speedster-FA4 (MS-9625) that I found from this driverguide.com link: https://www.driverguide.com/driver/detail.php?driverid=837171 in Bios setup from the Advanced / Integrated Peripherals / Onboard Device section perhaps disable either Onboard LAN 1, LAN 2 or even BOTH of them maybe also disable Onboard 1394 Device if you are not using any IEEE 1394 based hardware and for Azalia/AC97 Audio Select, choose Disable if that option is available (though you will have no sound). Exit bios setup and save changes, reboot and retry the Win10 v1903/1909 installation. If upgrade to either 1903 or 1909 succeeds with any or all of those devices disabled, re-enable each one in the bios and reboot until you find the device that caused the problem. However, if the upgrade to either 1903 or 1909 still leads to failure even with any or all 3 onboard devices disabled in the BIOS, then the onboard 915gm graphics device may be the cause and you have no other alternative than to install a 3rd party PCI or PCI-express (PCIe) video card (AGP based cards may not fit). Somebody in this other forum several years ago who also owns an MSI 915gm Speedster-FA4 board installed a Geforce 6800 PCIe graphics card on there [and has screenshots to prove it] and the Geforce 6800 does have a WDDM capable video driver that can be used on Win10 though such PCIe based Geforce 6800 cards are nearly hard to find lately don't give up Petr
  7. where? in the bios? or did you turn off the "fast startup" feature in Win10?
  8. erpdude8

    No UEFI mode

    try installing a different HDD or SSD if that does not help, then I hate to say it, but the motherboard for the Inspiron 7720 needs to be replaced as it seems it now has a screwed up UEFI chip
  9. that hardware ID seems to be incorrect. it should be USB\VID_148F&PID_7601 forget the letter F after the 8 try the v5.01.28.00 Win7 x86 driver from the Drp.su site
  10. another tool to use would also be PowerRun which allows running an app as SYSTEM user/account.
  11. the problem is that the OP did not mention the computer or motherboard that uses the Intel I5-9600K cpu. some modern PCs & motherboards are UEFI class 3 only (no CSM, no legacy boot/bios option) and can't run Vista/Win7 at all and only Win8.x & above UEFI + CSM mode is only available on older machines with UEFI class 2, which may be possible to install & run Vista on only those types of machines. again, since OP did not tell us what kind of computer he uses, it may not be possible at all to use Vista on there if his machine has class 3 uefi
  12. the KB4538484 update is required to install February updates and beyond do NOT remove KB4538484 or else the next months updates in March may fail to install also maybe install & keep KB4528081 when installing Feb. updates along with KB4538484 (I haven't tested this yet)
  13. Microsoft support article KB4528081 was updated on Feb. 12, 2020 with the following note: searching for KB4528081 on MS Update Catalog recently shows "no results" for it. but the direct link to the X64 version of the KB4528081 download will still work
  14. KB4537767 cumulative update for IE11 - the Win7 version is ESU based, requires a valid ESU subscription or update will fail to install on Win7
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