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KB4132216 causes failed installation/uninstallation of CU


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anyways, I've also used the 14393.2182 of the wcp.dll file and put it into the servicing stack 3022 winsxs folder on another machine (an old Dell e1405 laptop running 32bit win10 v1607 home) and I was able to update that to build 14393.3025 (KB4503267)

-also had to make sure that the windows10upgrade.exe file (from the C:\windows\updateassistantv2\ folder was either renamed to deleted to prevent unwanted forced upgrades to newer win10 versions

 

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I recently saw this from abbodi in another forum:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Win101607EOS]
"{053DEC44-5C18-418D-BC3A-7D0C1F6838E3}"="{368E1623-5A77-4893-8201-48096DEE4970}"
"{B78F56A2-868B-44B2-A373-DF57A232D4BE}"="{16D54C04-4D80-496D-B3FA-937F0AAAEB37}"

 

adding this reg key & their values may allow installation of new updates on any 1607 edition with KB4132216 & newer servicing stack updates (as if it were operating on intel clover trail cpus)
no need to use modded or older wcp.dll files anymore

edit 8/31 - aww crap (it was too good to be true), this reg hack doesn't work as recent cumulative updates like KB4565511 & KB4571694 still fail to install with "we couldn't complete the updates.  undoing changes" message when attempting to install them on non-LTSB 1607 editions like Home/Pro/Education/Enterprise. :no:
the recent CUs only install successfully with LTSB 2016
 

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