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Windows 7: Unable to install KB4474419 on Win7 x64 Ultimate

17 May 2019   #31
Super Starman

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

I'll need to create a system backup partition, I don't have it, likely because I used gparted, on the drive where win7 is, it is on the third partition of the drive, had no idea it had to be on the first partition of a drive and to be installed first before linux or another OS, I got the situation reversed, I guess it explains why I can't use windows backup either, I use 0&O Backup instead...anyways, the first partition with linux is expendable, it is entirely backed up and it is broken anyway.

I can only imagine the crazy acrobatics I'd have to move this win7 install to the first partition, which would need resizing, 195gb, my win7 partition is 500gb+, then create a system volume partition, now that even if I managed to install the march security updates, hiding kb4474419, did not help installing april's updates (gave me the usual unable to configure windows updates...reverting changes), I doubt I could go ahead and install may's update which is even more significant with everything related to .NET

It's kinda BS that pre-formatting and partitioning a drive and installing win7 on the last partition is causing me problems just now, when everything worked fine for...I got this installed since january last year, never got a message about windows being unable to create the "system volume", that I was made aware of through search results (people getting such an error).

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09 Jun 2019   #32
Super Starman

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Okay, I installed the System Readiness Tool, and I finally have a CheckSUR.log file to give people, diagnosis : wow, there's about 70 000 lines of issues in there, there was no CheckSUR.log in the CBS.log file I had uploaded.

I'll be uploading that here, this is the last chance before I decide to reinstall. snick, my windows 7 x64 ultimate disc doesn't allow me to make a Repair Install, when I click setup.exe after extracting the iso contents, I only get a Windows 7 header with an Install button, nothing like the image shown in the guides.

Since I've seen that Installed Updates is almost empty and a program I need, needs .NET 2.0 and that fails to install because it says I must use the Turn on or Off Windows Features thing, and surprise, that turns out to be empty too now.

I think the malware I picked up (firefox hijacking) a little after KB4474419 failed again and again, sometimes, I don't know how, I have ESET NOD32 antivirus and malwarebytes, the thing was really difficult to get rid of, and I think it infected some very important files, I remember reading CheckSUR or such and other stuff in system32 I had to quarantine out, no way to clean up the files, then all my issues showed up, I had to use malwarebytes, zemana anti-malware and malwarebytes adware to clean it all up, it took a while to find somebody who had a guide and who was aware of that old school browser hijacker (it only did so on Firefox strangely, didn't touch IE11 or Iridium). But I definitely lost some critical files or else things wouldn't be this messed up.

So I'll be attaching or giving a link to my CheckSUR.log file, I think that will tell those who really know what's up with those kind of files what's going on here. Also, even downloading updates I had installed, in Windows update where one sees one's history of updates...everything is there and installed fine, yet after using the Win Clean-Up tool, things got better (much faster and more stable OS, but it screwed up other things, I guess to balance things out , trying to get an .msi file of an update I already have installed according to my history will give me dialog box saying "This Update does not apply to your computer".....I don't think that's the normal message one gets when trying to install an update th Caat is already present, now is it? Can't install basic things like .NET 2.0 because said tools are blank, which makes no sense. To be clear it is thee Installed Updates window that is practically empty, there's .NET 3.5, silverlight and that's about it, it's nonsensical.

Hope I can finally close that thread soon after someone take a look at this, I'm seeing it definitely has to do with updates, WUT did not help, so maybe something will click here, I found out what's causing the update issues big time. It's strange how I can still manage to do a lot of things, the system doesn't act broken at all, except when certain native windows features are messed up such seemingly all .NET packages disappeared except for 3.5, hopefully it hasn't cleaned itself up of all the updates I've done since this install, about a year 1/2 ago.

CheckSUR.log - CheckSUR.log

My System SpecsSystem Spec
13 Jun 2019   #33
Super Starman

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Okay, so I'm learning how to deal with the information checkSUR.log gives me :

Unavailable repair files:

So, okay, I look up and it says I need to download this update, although MS' site says that update has been replaced by (KB4457144), so I download the thing from MS' website.

Like any update I try to install that is from the past, which I have tried to do because my Installed Updates box suddenly became practically empty other than .NET 3.5 related packages, although my update history that I can see just before going to the Installed Updates dialog box, it tells me that "This Update is not applicable to your computer".

This is some byzantine running around itself issue at this point.

Also the rest of the amazing amount of errors found :

Seconds executed: 1227
Found 167317 errors
CBS Catalog Missing Total count: 1
CBS Watchlist Package Missing Total count: 113897
CBS Watchlist Component Missing Total count: 53419

I don't know how that could have happened, the log has no (fix) lines after using the System Readiness Tool, so it doesn't fix anything plus it looks like any .msu older than the Security Roll-Up from March, that I managed to install, but maybe they're all gone or something now after the hour long "Failing to configure windows update, reverting changes" I get when trying to install KB4474419 or the roll-up for april and may, I didn't bother trying the June one so far, seems pointless. A Repair Install is not an option with the disc I have, same when I make an .iso with it and create a usb stick, result is the same.

So I can't repair the only thing checkSUR.log tells me is wrong that I figure out I could be trying to install, isn't that error inappropriate? That's not the message one gets when trying to install an update that is already present, if I remember correctly.

My System SpecsSystem Spec

28 Jun 2019   #34

Windows 7 SP1 Home Premium 64bit [x64]

are you using an SSD drive or a traditional hard drive, Super Starman?
you don't have either HD or SSD listed in your system specs
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