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Thinkpad4

Looking for info about the upcoming standalone SHA-2 patch for Win7

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I've tried to install this update maybe 10 times and it's failed upon restarting to apply changes, every single time. Any suggestions?

 

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On 4/21/2019 at 9:53 PM, i430VX said:

I've tried to install this update maybe 10 times and it's failed upon restarting to apply changes, every single time. Any suggestions?

 

you mean KB4474419?  see if these links help

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/windows-7-updade-kb4474419-fail-repeatedly-with/9e2dc4ca-5adc-479f-9521-8838077b1e82

https://www.sevenforums.com/windows-updates-activation/418834-unable-install-kb4474419-win7-x64-ultimate.html

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15 hours ago, erpdude8 said:

you mean KB4474419?  see if these links help

Yes, that one!
The issue was having grub on the computer. While this is dumb and i shouldn't have to do this for a windows update, pulling the linux drive out while booting to apply changes did the trick

Thank you! :worship:

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12 hours ago, Thinkpad4 said:

@i430VXthose updates cause any issues for you?  

Not that I've seen!

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I have installed them onto three computers so far, but have not noticed anything. All three were having issues reading certificates from various things, but the updates did not solve those problems.

What are some known situations where you would need these? Are there any websites that are known to require these types of certificates? Something to test against?

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