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Windows 7: Windows 7 update (KB3022345) causing corrupt files

27 May 2015   #61
kado897

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Hey, it took MS several months to get IE-11 working.
True but IE11 is a complex program this is just lazy testing.
And Windows isn't complex?
Windows is complex but the update was a tiny part of it. The rapidity with which the problem surfaced is a good indication that it should have been picked up in testing.


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03 Jun 2015   #62
murpheeee

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KB3068708 released yesterday (6/2/15) creates the same file corruption
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03 Jun 2015   #63
carwiz

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KB3068708 released yesterday (6/2/15) creates the same file corruption
That's version 10 of the same KB that's been around since last year. Apparently, MS doesn't have it right yet.
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03 Jun 2015   #64
NoelDP

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there are a number of updates that get updated on a periodic basis. the classic one is the MSRT one. So MS haven't got that right yet either??
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03 Jun 2015   #65
carwiz

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MSE definitions come on the same KB number too so what's your point? This one is different. It's a KB known by MS to be a problem and this is the 10th attempt to correct it. It's still not right.
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03 Jun 2015   #66
ThrashZone

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Yep got to send that telemetry to M$ :/
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03 Jun 2015   #67
DavidE

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KB3068708 released yesterday (6/2/15) creates the same file corruption
I installed KB3068708 and it hasn't caused any SFC corruption for me.
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03 Jun 2015   #68
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KB3068708 released yesterday (6/2/15) creates the same file corruption
I installed KB3068708 and it hasn't caused any SFC corruption for me.
My Windows 7 computer didn't get the corruption from that update but my Windows 8.1 tablet did.
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03 Jun 2015   #69
DavidE

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KB3068708 released yesterday (6/2/15) creates the same file corruption
I installed KB3068708 and it hasn't caused any SFC corruption for me.
My Windows 7 computer didn't get the corruption from that update but my Windows 8.1 tablet did.
I installed it on Windows 7.
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10 Jun 2015   #70
Warskull

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I cannot get the sfcfix.exe on Win 7 to fix all corrupted files, 8 0f 26 fixed. Problem is I have no browsers that will work, email does not work, using laptop right now
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