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Most often, the update fails to install, and the computer starts “undoing changes,” and this is the most frequent error message that users are getting not only when trying to deploy this update but any of the previous cumulative update that caused similar problems.
I'm going nuts with this, I've the issue on a customer laptop since last week and i've tried all i've could find with no luck (it's a fresh new windows 10 install but that f*#**$g update won't pass )
[EDIT]Geez, I finally got it !!!
The problem was the system partition, I've seen some persons that fixed similar problems by resizing the system partition (100mb wasn't enough) so I've tried to resize it but it detected some errors. I fixed them with a chkdsk and resized the partition to 290MB. After that the update applied correctly.
I don't know if that was the size of the partition or the errors on it.
Last edited by reggaemanu on Thu Jun 23, 2016 5:23 pm, edited 1 time in total.
I didn’t realize or put two and two together when Fred posted this, but I did indeed have this issue on three of our own Windows 10 x64 computers. (Manu’s mention of resizing made it click) Two of our computers updated without issue but I had three others where resizing the system partition was the answer. If I remember correctly the system partitions were 300MB and I increased them to 500MB and then it installed like a glove.
Because of and article I had found online, I did try stopping the wauserv service before installing the standalone package of the update. It did not work.