Discussion in 'Windows Operating Systems' started by MR CHILLED, Jan 15, 2014.
> 32bit win10
Oh lord please no, lol
Yeah it does seem silly. 32bit should've been phased out at Windows 7. I heard Windows 7 was meant to be the last OS to come out with a 32bit release. Clearly that didn't happen...
So I've gone about installing updates KB4517389 and KB4515871.
While 4512941 doesn't seem to be showing as available/needed for download anymore, one of these 2 newer patches is causing my September issues to happen again. I'm rolling them back 1 at a time to determine which is at fault.
UPDATE (4:40pm): Uninstalled KB4517389, which is 2019-10 Cumulative Update. Functionality once again restored.
So that's 2 cumulative updates in a row that are FUBAR.
A lot of low-spec machines run better with it (32-bit) and don't have drivers for 64-bit. But overall yes the move to 64-bit is positive, though I don't see a particular need to phase out 32.
Several updates today needing several restarts;
Apropos to nothing, this student UX mockup from 2012 is still better looking than any desktop OS I've seen in the last 7 years.
Why didn't that person get a job somewhere doing interface designs and themes? More of their work here.
Anyone else jsut get the AutoPilot update? No idea what it is or if any normal user would even need AutoPilot white glove? lol
Are you running Win 10 Pro?
Yep. 1903 - (18362.449)
do you have an enabled TPM?
There's your answer. Autopilot White Glove is for pre-deployment and pre-provisioning of professional rollouts (i.e.: the "Pro" part of "Win 10 Pro").
*Very* useful tool in business, especially if you have remote users.
Will give KB4522355 a test.
UPDATE 1:24PM: Nope. Still breaking the search bar. It doesn't acknowledge that I'm clicking into it.
UPDATE 1:40PM: So based on this youtube video, which is about fixing search issues with KB4512941, I just may have needed to adjust regkey "BingSearchEnabled" from 1 to 0. I did that, and it's working.
I'm going to reinstall these updates I've been having problems with and will see what happens.
UPDATE 1:44PM: never mind, Windows is saying I'm fully up to date.
So that was it... a bloody stupid regkey...
Here you go some of the detail;
That was discussed, fleshed out and resolved in this thread about a month ago?!?
here's a good one... ~sigh~
can not get videos in face book to work on IE, opera, FF, edge the only one so far is a version of chrome portable I decided to try for the hell of it.
have spend hours going through forums and web pages for options, uninstalled and reinstalled browsers (and deleted data folders hiding shit)
installed latest nvida drivers, everything is updated and nada. click on a video in facebook and it flashes and nothing. very frustrating.
Can you provide a source/link of a video that won't work?
I can't view a large % of FB videos but that is because of security settings I am running using;
it even says with 1-2 of them this might break websites.
Are videos at other sites (youtube, etc) working as expected?
none of these work in FF, opera, IE.
works fine, 9gag, youtube
does not imgur, facebook videos of any kind.
sometimes I get a html5 error but "YOUR BROWSER SCORES 535 OUT OF 555 POINTS" on html5 test.
so yea.. fucked if I know.
same browsers on my win7 drive work... I don't know if it's a windows thing or what.
May have, but I wanted to see whether or not the updates would provide that fix. I was baffled as to why 1 of my PCs would work with no issue from the get-go, while the other wouldn't.
It was a real hit and miss patch that affected some PCs but not a lot of others. I was affected and did that Reg tweak and it resolved it for me and then others were indicating that the next patches did what you thought.........shit it's M$. Only the foolish have expectations?
Anything on this page;
Is flash player installed? Not that I want to recommend that vulnerability.
I installed it to try but nada, then uninstalled it.
just tried it on a laptop that I have the same build on, same thing, so, going to dry a new fresh iso from MS and see how it goes.
ok, after fresh OS reinstall all is good now. ~throws arms in air~ crap knows what it was.