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Windows 7: Collate Data For WU Problems.

04 Oct 2019   #1
Paul Black

Win 7 HP SP1 64-bit Vista HB SP2 32-bit Linux Mint 18.3
 
 
Collate Data For WU Problems.

Collate Data For WU Problems . . .

Click here [direct download] => Collate_Data_For_WU_Problems.bat.

The members and quests who use this forum know how professional, informative and helpful it is!

In order to help members solve their WU [Windows Update] problems/issues we often ask them to run certain programs and perform certain tasks and then upload [post] the results. To help make doing these easier and possibly avoiding typing errors I have written the following batch script that collates all the data required to try and resolve the WU problems/issues and saves it into a compressed desktop folder ready to upload to the forum [see Upload to SevenForums below] for us to look at!

I have included descriptive text to make it easier to understand what is going on, and when!

There is a small amount of user interaction required. The first being whether to REBOOT NOW or not after SFC has finished running, and the second is when running SFCFix, but other than that the rest of the batch script runs automatically.

NOTE: It is advisable to SAVE & CLOSE ALL PROGRAMS before running the batch script!

IMPORTANT: You MUST download the following files to the DESKTOP ONLY FIRST:

SFCFix => SFCFix.

AND EITHER . . .

SURT 32-bit download => SURT for Windows 7 x86-based Systems (KB947821) [October 2014].

OR . . .

SURT 64-bit download => SURT for Windows 7 x64-based Systems (KB947821) [October 2014].

The batch script performs the following processes:

[1] Runs SFC [System File Checker].
[2] Extracts the ERRORS ONLY from the CBS.log.
[3] Runs SFCFix [by Niemiro as recommended by @Snick].
[4] Runs SURT [System Update Readiness Tool].
[5] Creates a compressed WU_Problem desktop folder.
[6] Copies the following required files into the compressed WU_Problem desktop folder . . .

CBS.log.
CBS_ERRORS.txt.
CheckSUR.log.
CheckSUR.persist.log.
SFCFix.txt.
WindowsUpdate.log.

[7] Deletes the SFCFix system root folder.

NOTE: This whole process could possibly take about 30 minutes, so be patient!

Upload to SevenForums . . .

How to upload the compressed WU_Problem desktop folder => Screenshots & Files - Upload & Post.

I hope you find the batch script useful!




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04 Oct 2019   #2
Snick

Win 10 x64, Linux Lite, Win 7 x64, BlackArch, & Kali
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Paul Black View Post
Collate Data For WU Problems . . .

Click here [direct download] => Attachment 409551.

The members and quests who use this forum know how professional, informative and helpful it is!

In order to help members solve their WU [Windows Update] problems/issues we often ask them to run certain programs and perform certain tasks and then upload [post] the results. To help make doing these easier and possibly avoiding typing errors I have written the following batch script that collates all the data required to try and resolve the WU problems/issues and saves it into a compressed desktop folder ready to upload to the forum [see Upload to SevenForums below] for us to look at!

I have included descriptive text to make it easier to understand what is going on, and when!

There is a small amount of user interaction required. The first being whether to REBOOT NOW or not after SFC has finished running, and the second is when running SFCFix, but other than that the rest of the batch script runs automatically.

NOTE: It is advisable to SAVE & CLOSE ALL PROGRAMS before running the batch script!

IMPORTANT: You MUST download the following files to the DESKTOP ONLY FIRST:

SFCFix => SFCFix.

AND EITHER . . .

SURT 32-bit download => SURT for Windows 7 x86-based Systems (KB947821) [October 2014].

OR . . .

SURT 64-bit download => SURT for Windows 7 x64-based Systems (KB947821) [October 2014].

The batch script performs the following processes:

[1] Runs SFC [System File Checker].
[2] Extracts the ERRORS ONLY from the CBS.log.
[3] Runs SFCFix [as recommended by @Snick].
[4] Runs SURT [System Update Readiness Tool].
[5] Creates a compressed 7F_Upload desktop folder.
[6] Copies the required files [see below] into the compressed 7F_Upload desktop folder.
[7] Deletes the SFCFix system root folder.

The CBS.log.
The CBS_ERRORS.txt.
The CheckSUR.log.
The CheckSUR.persist.log.
The SFCFic.txt.
The WindowsUpdate.log.

IMPORTANT: If the compressed 7F_Upload desktop folder is BIGGER than 8MB, then please REMOVE the .CAB files from it BEFORE uploading!

NOTE: This whole process could possibly take about 30 minutes, so be patient!

Upload to SevenForums . . .

How to upload the compressed 7F_Upload desktop folder => Screenshots & Files - Upload & Post.

I hope you find the batch script useful!
CBS Folder, minus cab files if folder is over 8MB won't upload zip limit
CBS Folder with CheckSUR.log in it after run of
SFC /SCANNOW
SFCFix.exe by Niemiro
AutoSURT64 or 32 by Snick
Check My Footer, Tools are there as well.
CBS Folder on Desktop, zip if larger than 8MB delete .cab files

That's what is needed Paul,YES!

Can advise from there if easy fix, fix to Repair Install, Upgrade.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
08 Oct 2019   #3
Paul Black

Win 7 HP SP1 64-bit Vista HB SP2 32-bit Linux Mint 18.3
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Snick View Post
CBS Folder, minus cab files if folder is over 8MB won't upload zip limit
CBS Folder with CheckSUR.log in it after run of
SFC /SCANNOW
SFCFix.exe by Niemiro
AutoSURT64 or 32 by Snick
Check My Footer, Tools are there as well.
CBS Folder on Desktop, zip if larger than 8MB delete .cab files
That's what is needed Paul, YES!
Can advise from there if easy fix, fix to Repair Install, Upgrade.
For those of you who are confused by the above post by Snick, he has his own set of tools which you can get to via his signature.

My batch script is an all-in-one utility program which only collates the data needed. It does not use the whole of the CBS folder so there is no need to delete any .CAB files. There is no need to zip/compress the folder because my batch script produces a compressed WU_Problem desktop folder ready to be uploaded.

All you need to do is run my batch script and then upload the compressed WU_Problem desktop folder.
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