Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1803 for x64-based

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Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1803 for x64-based Systems (KB4343909) - failure to install and then goes through a "uninstall" cycle. Tried all the fixes suggested on the Microsoft website. Attaching a copy of the system updates and my computer information. Several different error codes that come up.
 

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Is this a laptop or desktop?
Why have you delayed of installing 1803 since it has been out since Spring?
The Fall update is just around the corner.

I can not read you system spec's, you need to do a better job of posting them?
 
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Hi, I can read what you posted and even though your computer is old it still should run win 10. You can repair the failed updates, however it requires you to boot to the RE load a registry hive and delete an essential entry. Then you can query all installed packages and then using the dism cmd util, remove the package from your system.

Many find this a little daunting, OR you can go to the windows media center, download windows ten to a usb flash drive, boot your computer, and insert the usb drive navigate to the setup.exe on the drive and do an inplace reinstall of windows. You get the latest version, and all app's and most settings stay the same, in other words you lose nothing. If this is your preference:-

https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/16397-repair-install-windows-10-place-upgrade.html
 

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Hi, I can read what you posted and even though your computer is old it still should run win 10. You can repair the failed updates, however it requires you to boot to the RE load a registry hive and delete an essential entry. Then you can query all installed packages and then using the dism cmd util, remove the package from your system.

Many find this a little daunting, OR you can go to the windows media center, download windows ten to a usb flash drive, boot your computer, and insert the usb drive navigate to the setup.exe on the drive and do an inplace reinstall of windows. You get the latest version, and all app's and most settings stay the same, in other words you lose nothing. If this is your preference:-

https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/16397-repair-install-windows-10-place-upgrade.html
Thank you - I will give this a try. Question - what is the latest version of Windows 10 if 1803 isn't?
 

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1803 is current public release, as the Fall Update is in the testing mode at this time.
 

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One reason why you are having problems is that win10 is not a supported operating system. The latest supported operating system for your computer is win7. While this in and of itself does not mean it will not work; it means your system was never tested and found to work. That AND the fact that hp does not want to waste the time/money in writing drivers for obsolete hardware.
You are in effect a beta tester; might work and it might not work.

Here is what I would do;
1 Download the MS media creation tool https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10
2 Create whatever version you currently have ie home, pro
3 Backup anything important ie docs, pics, etc. Be sure you have a current backup
4 Boot with the bootable usb you made and clean install windows 10

If it works, great. If you still have problems, reinstall a supported operating system ie win7
 
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