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Do not know yet. I just saw this today. I have not put 10 on my computer. There is two computers I can check on to see if it goes ok. One should do just fine the other I am hoping it works.

I have been slammed with work and so havent been on this much. But I will be getting all the latest updates and seeing if ms has fixed some of those huge bugs yet.

While i am glad to see MS working on fixing things they also seem to be making new bugs along with it. But as a programmer I can understand how that can happen, espically when you have way to many fingers in the dang pot!


Now it has been updated to .17

Check this out. It is the last post.,3551.150.html

Ok I did some digging and look like you pointed me to the new update version of the cumulative update that I installed so I need to have windows update check for that. Thanks

What you point me to is the Cumulative update. I did that When I first heard about it. Iis there a newer version of that or am I good to go? Tge date that it shows the 24th. I installed the update when it came out so it was before 24th.

Should I have my dad try the update again and if it fails again where does 10 keep the error info so I can look at it to see if it can be fixed. I did get it to in stall on there laptop. The question is How would I know if the the first version or the new reissue version with the fixes? Will it tell me to reinstall it to get the fixes or is there other update with the fixes? Thanks

General Computer Support / Re: Windows 7 64bit update error 80073701
« on: November 25, 2015, 08:02:24 am »
I have run that but might need to do it again. I will give it a try and see what goes. It is like a year old. Would be nice foe Microsoft to update it.

General Computer Support / Re: Windows 7 64bit update error 80073701
« on: November 24, 2015, 08:38:06 am »
I ran the scan it found no errors.

General Computer Support / Re: Windows 7 64bit update error 80073701
« on: November 23, 2015, 06:41:23 pm »
Yes I have ran that. May need to do that agaim. I will try that and see what happens. Seem other update I have try installed just fine.

Everything Else / Re: SFCFix
« on: November 22, 2015, 05:31:28 pm »

Everything Else / SFCFix
« on: November 21, 2015, 07:51:00 am »

Check out this program. It may help you out.

General Computer Support / The big November update for Windows 10 TH2 Fail
« on: November 21, 2015, 07:12:57 am »
Does any one know why the update failed and a way to fix it? It just said it failed and did not give me an error. Wondering if it logged the error somewhere. Thanks.

General Computer Support / Windows 7 64bit update error 80073701
« on: November 13, 2015, 09:14:01 am »
I get this error 80073701 when I tried to update windows. Four updates failed. They are KB3081320, KB3080079, KB3101246, and KB3101746. Most of the updates are from this month and others that came out this month updated just fine. Just wanted to lnow if anyone know of a fix for this. Thanks.

Check this out.

Windows 10 Build 10576 gives a better taste of Threshold 2 and introduces media casting

I agree. The whole team should be. :tongue:

Thanks. Would I get these sames error if I run it in safe mode?

Was juat wondering if there is any way to fix the errors that were reported. Thanks.

You should have the lastest version installed. 3.4.1 is the latest version and then wait  for Shane to reply.

Everything Else / Re: .NET check and repair tools now support Windows 10
« on: August 06, 2015, 08:10:02 pm »

Everything Else / Windows 10 Universal C Runtime
« on: August 01, 2015, 09:57:14 pm »
This might be useful to you.

The Windows 10 Universal C Runtime (CRT) is a Windows operating system component. The Windows Update package on this page allows Windows desktop applications that depend on the Windows 10 Universal CRT release to run on Windows Vista SP2, Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1 S14.

Check this out. You may want to add this to your Windows Repair (All in One) program.

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