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Anybody run an SFC after installing KB3022345?

  1. #11


    I uninstalled the update and DISM and SFC run clean again.

    MS needs to fix this!

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  2. #12


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    Seems Funny - How MS can not even Hash a proper file tag..
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  3. #13


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    Quote Originally Posted by KYHI View Post
    Seems Funny - How MS can not even Hash a proper file tag..
    Never remember such issues in Windows 7.
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    Kudos to this thread because I was completely baffled as to how the same two files got corrupted twice and scratching my head, since the only changes were installed games and, the optional update I installed. It's not just me on the upside but now, unfortunately I get to run scans on my 8.1 laptop as well. Good job breaking it, Windows, you don't get the good confetti and the cake is all gone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allison View Post
    Kudos to this thread because I was completely baffled as to how the same two files got corrupted twice and scratching my head, since the only changes were installed games and, the optional update I installed. It's not just me on the upside but now, unfortunately I get to run scans on my 8.1 laptop as well. Good job breaking it, Windows, you don't get the good confetti and the cake is all gone.

    I found i had to run SFC more then once along with DISM and reboot few times to finally get rid of corrupted files SFC could not fix.
    Realized after i thought i resolved it by removing update and rerunning SFC and DISM. Few days later they came back again with same corrupt files in CBS.log.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jds63 View Post
    Realized after i thought i resolved it by removing update and rerunning SFC and DISM. Few days later they came back again with same corrupt files in CBS.log.
    I had an identical experience with my 2 PC's. Thought everything was clean and a couple days later with no changes the corruptions were back. Thought WTF! Actually just recently reinstalled KB3022345 on my Desktop and have not detected any issues for a while now so maybe the latest version of KB3022345 is OK.

    And now I see 8 more Optional Updates. This is crazy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gator2013 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jds63 View Post
    Realized after i thought i resolved it by removing update and rerunning SFC and DISM. Few days later they came back again with same corrupt files in CBS.log.
    I had an identical experience with my 2 PC's. Thought everything was clean and a couple days later with no changes the corruptions were back. Thought WTF! Actually just recently reinstalled KB3022345 on my Desktop and have not detected any issues for a while now so maybe the latest version of KB3022345 is OK.

    And now I see 8 more Optional Updates. This is crazy!
    Rather keep it off for now, check installed updates see if shows date for that particular update, believe was April 29 and i do not think there was a newer one made. Yes just about every Tuesday there are updates, had 10 optional and i read all about them, i will still hold off on those. Sometimes have to run it several times to fix corrupt files with SFC then reboot after each, also using DISM.
    Make restore points if going to do any updates in future !!
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    check installed updates see if shows date for that particular update, believe was April 29 and i do not think there was a newer one made.

    The orig one issued in Apr that caused the SFC problem has a version 2 issued 5/6/15. However, it recommends NOT installing it over the orig, so uninstall, download the new version and install the updated version. info here - https://support.microsoft.com/en-za/kb/3022345
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  9. #19


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    Windows 8.1


    Another article regarding this tracking software - Third time's a charm? Microsoft releases third version of Windows patch KB 3022345 | InfoWorld
    Third time's a charm? Microsoft releases third version of Windows patch KB 3022345

    A few eagle-eyed patchers took the beast apart and discovered the patch is … wait for it … a usage tracker.
    Retracing the patch's history, on April 21 Microsoft released KB 3022345 -- an "update to enable the Diagnostics Tracking Service in Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2." The next day many reports began to appear that the installer failed with error 800F0922. On May 5 Microsoft re-released the patch, changing its title to "Update to enable the Diagnostics Tracking Service in Windows." Apparently that second version was directed at Windows 7 (at least it appears, dated May 5, on my Windows 7 PCs). On May 6 Microsoft re-re-released the patch, this time with hints that version 3 is intended for Windows 8.1 (it appears, dated May 6, on my Windows 8.1 PCs).
    To date, the only information we have about the patch is the summary in version 2 of the KB article:
    This update enables the Diagnostics Tracking Service in Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1), and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. This tracking service collects data about functional issues in Windows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrgeek View Post
    Another article regarding this tracking software - Third time's a charm? Microsoft releases third version of Windows patch KB 3022345 | InfoWorld
    Third time's a charm? Microsoft releases third version of Windows patch KB 3022345

    A few eagle-eyed patchers took the beast apart and discovered the patch is … wait for it … a usage tracker.
    Retracing the patch's history, on April 21 Microsoft released KB 3022345 -- an "update to enable the Diagnostics Tracking Service in Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2." The next day many reports began to appear that the installer failed with error 800F0922. On May 5 Microsoft re-released the patch, changing its title to "Update to enable the Diagnostics Tracking Service in Windows." Apparently that second version was directed at Windows 7 (at least it appears, dated May 5, on my Windows 7 PCs). On May 6 Microsoft re-re-released the patch, this time with hints that version 3 is intended for Windows 8.1 (it appears, dated May 6, on my Windows 8.1 PCs).
    To date, the only information we have about the patch is the summary in version 2 of the KB article:
    This update enables the Diagnostics Tracking Service in Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1), and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. This tracking service collects data about functional issues in Windows.
    Just set it to manual in Services.msc solves one issue
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