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Well, just doing my weekly file backup (not to be confused with my SSD backup, every day at 5:00)..

 

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In the middle of backup, elapsed time about two hours..

 

Watching Pirates of the Caribbean At Worlds End (because you can never watch it once and not watch it again.. and again.

 

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And then I hear my CPU fan running hard and I see Settings in the Task manager taking up CPU and Network usage..

I think "Did windows seriously just download the next big update?"

 

Well, it did/is.

 

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..Why you do this? My CPU is running at a nice and toasty 83 degree celsius.

 

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GG, CPU/MOB life expectancy.

 

I ain't canceling no backup, and there ain't no option to cancel this update. Because, you know Microsoft and their force updates.

 

*sigh*

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And this is why I refuse to use Windows 10. Just like I said from day 1, the free update was a trap.

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Didn't the free offer end four days ago? Or am I imagining things?

 

I already have Windows 10, it's just doing the 'Windows 10 Anniversary' update.

 

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And this is why I refuse to use Windows 10. Just like I said from day 1, the free update was a trap.

 

I think Windows 10 is great! But the force-update is pretty damn annoying..

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Yup, was just logging in (had to relog in and am trying to, well "was" trying to restore everything) when you posted the Anniversary update comment, but was going to say the exact same thing.

 

With that said, it "could" be worse Darth. No really, it could. lol At the moment, I am still dealing with the stuttering/rubber-banding issue from 5.7 and am actively in contact with Customer Support. However, I have reinstalled Windows 10 Pro twice now in hopes that it was some form of corrupt file on that end due to some of the dxdiag reports I have been getting.

 

Unfortunately, upon my last installation and checking to see if that was a fix, a memory leak within World of Warships popped "back" up. I say "back" up as it went away when the Anniversary update went through earlier today, but for some odd reason, came back about 45 minutes ago... /bangs head on brick wall.....

 

Yup, with each new installation, the dxdiag reports keep fluctuating on the errors for some unknown reason. System specs are in my signature. It could always be worse. lol

 

 

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P2: 1.0.0.6

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P5: 4.6.1586.0

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P7: 8c

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Problem signature:

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You can't schedule the Windows update to a more convenient time? Or even better, have it go through the motions when you're shutting down the PC.

 

I'm just a Windows 7 pleb, but any sort of updates have not bothered me. Heck, I've never gotten anything dealing with Windows 10 for some reason.

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You can't schedule the Windows update to a more convenient time? Or even better, have it go through the motions when you're shutting down the PC.

 

I'm just a Windows 7 pleb, but any sort of updates have not bothered me. Heck, I've never gotten anything dealing with Windows 10 for some reason.

 

​You can't. There are no settings to change the update. Microsoft built it in to update whenever they want. It's annoying.

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Yup, was just logging in (had to relog in and am trying to, well "was" trying to restore everything) when you posted the Anniversary update comment, but was going to say the exact same thing.

 

With that said, it "could" be worse Darth. No really, it could. lol At the moment, I am still dealing with the stuttering/rubber-banding issue from 5.7 and am actively in contact with Customer Support. However, I have reinstalled Windows 10 Pro twice now in hopes that it was some form of corrupt file on that end due to some of the dxdiag reports I have been getting.

 

Unfortunately, upon my last installation and checking to see if that was a fix, a memory leak within World of Warships popped "back" up. I say "back" up as it went away when the Anniversary update went through earlier today, but for some odd reason, came back about 45 minutes ago... /bangs head on brick wall.....

 

Yup, with each new installation, the dxdiag reports keep fluctuating on the errors for some unknown reason. System specs are in my signature. It could always be worse. lol

 

 

---------------
EVR Power Information
---------------
Current Setting: {5C67A112-A4C9-483F-B4A7-1D473BECAFDC} (Quality)
  Quality Flags: 2576
    Enabled:
    Force throttling
    Allow half deinterlace
    Allow scaling
    Decode Power Usage: 100
  Balanced Flags: 1424
    Enabled:
    Force throttling
    Allow batching
    Force half deinterlace
    Force scaling
    Decode Power Usage: 50
  PowerFlags: 1424
    Enabled:
    Force throttling
    Allow batching
    Force half deinterlace
    Force scaling
    Decode Power Usage: 0

---------------
Diagnostics
---------------

Windows Error Reporting:
+++ WER0 +++:
Fault bucket 129167266702, type 5

Event Name: RADAR_PRE_LEAK_WOW64

Response: Not available

Cab Id: 0

 

Problem signature:

P1: WorldOfWarships.exe

P2: 0.5.9.0

P3: 10.0.14393.2.0.0

P4:

P5:

P6:

P7:

P8:

P9:

P10:

 


+++ WER1 +++:
Fault bucket 129146849103, type 5

Event Name: CLR20r3

Response: Not available

Cab Id: 0

 

Problem signature:

P1: MSI_ActiveX_Service.exe

P2: 1.0.0.6

P3: 574e961c

P4: System.Management

P5: 4.6.1586.0

P6: 575a1410

P7: 8c

P8: 3f

P9: System.Management.Management

P10:

 


+++ WER2 +++:
Fault bucket 129146849103, type 5

Event Name: CLR20r3

Response: Not available

Cab Id: 0

 

Problem signature:

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P2: 1.0.0.6

P3: 574e961c

P4: System.Management

P5: 4.6.1586.0

P6: 575a1410

P7: 8c

P8: 3f

P9: System.Management.Management

P10:

 


+++ WER3 +++:
Fault bucket , type 0

Event Name: PnPGenericDriverFound

Response: Not available

Cab Id: 0

 

Problem signature:

P1: x64

P2: HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0900&SUBSYS_1462D976&REV_1000

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Cab Id: 0

 

Problem signature:

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P2: 7.1.2084.9592

P3: 57605ac0

P4: NvMdnsPlugin.dll_unloaded

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P6: 57605fbb

P7: 00000000000d45a0

P8: c0000005

P9: 0000000000000008

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+++ WER5 +++:
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Event Name: PnPGenericDriverFound

Response: Not available

Cab Id: 0

 

Problem signature:

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P2: HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0900&SUBSYS_1462D976&REV_1000

P3:

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+++ WER6 +++:
Fault bucket 126739585645, type 5

Event Name: MpTelemetry

Response: Not available

Cab Id: 0

 

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P1: unspecified

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P3: HardeningTelemetryDisableAS

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Event Name: MpTelemetry

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Cab Id: 0

 

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+++ WER8 +++:
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Event Name: MpTelemetry

Response: Not available

Cab Id: 0

 

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P6: unspecified

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P8:

P9:

P10:

 


+++ WER9 +++:
Fault bucket , type 0

Event Name: MpTelemetry

Response: Not available

Cab Id: 0

 

Problem signature:

P1: unspecified

P2: HardeningTelemetry

P3: HardeningTelemetryDisableAV

P4: 4.10.14393.0

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Definitely client side, I'd just hope for the next update to fix the annoying stutters.

 

You can't schedule the Windows update to a more convenient time? Or even better, have it go through the motions when you're shutting down the PC.

 

I'm just a Windows 7 pleb, but any sort of updates have not bothered me. Heck, I've never gotten anything dealing with Windows 10 for some reason.

 

Unfortunately, when an update is pushed and your computer detects it as available, it will download and install.

 

It's true. Win 10 runs hotter than it used to on Win 8.1.

 

*sizzle*

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​You can't. There are no settings to change the update. Microsoft built it in to update whenever they want. It's annoying.

 

You can, I have mine set to notify me of updates and I choose when to D/L and install them. I can even postpone it indefinitely if I don't mind it popping up once a day to remind me (no matter what I am doing at the time grrrrr). It's done with the group policy editor. That's for the Pro, Enterprise, or Educational editions.

 

If you have the Home edition it's not so easy unless you're on a WiFi connection (not Ethernet). Then just tell Windows your WiFi is a metered connection.

 

Google is your friend, but here's the first thing to look at: http://www.guidingtech.com/48828/delay-disable-mandatory-updates-windows-10/

 

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I already have Windows 10, it's just doing the 'Windows 10 Anniversary' update.

 

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I think Windows 10 is great! But the force-update is pretty damn annoying..

 

Oh, it's been that long since Windows 10 has been out? I'm still on Windows 8.1... Why can't you change the force-update settings? I had to do some googling and messing around, but now Windows only updates if I want it too.

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Seems like your PC...is at wit's end....

 

YEEAAAAHHHHHH

 

ahem...excuse me...

 

~HQ

 

Ah.... 

 

*Clap*

 

 

...

 

Get out. XD

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I believe only windows 10 pro can delay or postpone updates. Reason being as its for businesses and you know how company's lag behind with keeping programs up to date with operating system updates. The company my dad works for programs only ran on windows XP when windows 7 was the newest operating system and non of the company programs would run on it. They just switched over to 7 a little bit ago. Also you can't afford to have a glitch shutdown your computers from a bad update being forced downloaded in the middle of the night.

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Thumbs up for At Worlds End. Only the best movie ever. 

 

Also there's something wrong with your CPU, or it's an AMD. The latter would make me cry. For you. 

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The only reason to upgrade to Windows 10 is if you were running 8.1, otherwise if you are on 7 or 8.2 I'd say not to upgrade. Although I'm running Windows 10 and never had a problem...

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​You can't. There are no settings to change the update. Microsoft built it in to update whenever they want. It's annoying.

 

This is not completely correct. 

 

 

  • Some Windows 10 editions let you defer upgrades to your PC. When you defer upgrades, new Windows features won’t be downloaded or installed for several months. Deferring upgrades doesn’t affect security updates. Note that deferring upgrades will prevent you from getting the latest Windows features as soon as they’re available.

 

 

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I believe only windows 10 pro can delay or postpone updates. Reason being as its for businesses and you know how company's lag behind with keeping programs up to date with operating system updates. The company my dad works for programs only ran on windows XP when windows 7 was the newest operating system and non of the company programs would run on it. They just switched over to 7 a little bit ago. Also you can't afford to have a glitch shutdown your computers from a bad update being forced downloaded in the middle of the night.

 

IT people (and others) normally prefer not to be an early or first adopter of any software updates. If it is currently working, don't break it. Depending on the tasks, systems may not need to be updated to the lastest/greatest OS. Or they are legacy systems with a ka-zillion lines of undocumented code or worse yet, no source code exists... or if it does exist it is not the source code for the current production "objects". There are simply too many ways to break software. 

 

Microsoft is going to learn the hard way on this OS... it may take a number of lawsuits or a ton of bad publicity... but I would suggest that within a year's time, much of what they are cramming down folks throats right now will involve an about face. Time will tell. 

 

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Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, and Educational editions can turn it off fairly easily. Home Edition can also but it requires some workarounds. See the link in post #11.

 

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Thumbs up for At Worlds End. Only the best movie ever. 

 

Also there's something wrong with your CPU, or it's an AMD. The latter would make me cry. For you. 

 

The only thing wrong with my CPU is it's old.

 

I5-2320 with GTX 950 at max settings with google chrome open  + macrium reflect (backup software) will make any older CPU struggle to chooch.

 

Should reapply thermal paste tho.

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I tried running update 3 times today, each failed after going through the entire process with an obscure error...possibly related to incompatible network Broadcom drivers which incidentally were working on Windows 10 for a year so I don't get that at all. I had upgraded my Win 8.1 to Windows 10 last summer so I decided maybe it was time to do a clean install as I had already just made a full image backup. I ran my keyfinder software first and noted down my 'new' Windows 10 Pro activation code because I had no intention of spending my time on the phone with Microsoft Support asking them for it. I formatted my SSD and did a clean install off the latest 'Anniversary' release. The only oddity was having to import the four internal data drives as they were listed as 'foreign'. However, now all my software is reinstalled and all is working perfectly fine. The PC boots up amazingly fast. My system hardware is only a couple of years old but the OS was a kludge of all the upgrades and updates from Win 7 to Win 8 to Win 8.1 and then Win 10. So this was long overdue.

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What worries me is that for me the update downloaded in about 3 seconds.

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What worries me is that for me the update downloaded in about 3 seconds.

 

Either GigaBit internet or it downloaded when you were not looking.

 

I'd suggest looking at a water cooler. My APU ran in the mid 80s, but when i got the cooler from Corsair, it runs in the low 30s.

 

Water cooling is.. cool - mind the pun.

 

But I have a little worry that something bad would happen e.g. leaks.

 

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