The Home windows 10 KB4507453 Cumulative Replace launched by Microsoft on July 9 is reportedly inflicting a restart notification loop on among the computer systems the place it was put in.
This concern was reported by Home windows customers on a number of web sites and laptop assist boards throughout the net [1, 2, 3], with all of them describing the very same drawback — being informed to reboot their units once more to complete putting in the KB4507453 replace regardless that it was already put in.
Whereas a number of Home windows 10 Model 1903 and Home windows Server Model 1903 customers have been already impacted by this concern in response to their experiences, Microsoft has not but publicly confirmed the restart notification loop drawback they skilled.
Not all methods the place KB4507453 is put in to be affected
Additionally, in response to German blogger Günter Born who initially reported the reboot loop concern, not all customers of Home windows 10 model 1903 who set up this cumulative replace might be affected provided that he wasn’t capable of reproduce the bug on his check methods.
The replace info would not embrace any data on modifications made to the Home windows 10 notification system or the replace set up process that may very well be behind this glitch.
As detailed on the KB4507453 replace’s entry on Microsoft’s assist web site, it comes with the next highlights:
Out there workarounds
Born says that there are no less than two attainable workarounds to do away with the irritating alerts repeatedly nagging customers to restart their methods.
The primary is to click on the “Restart Now” button on the notification dialog itself generated by the Home windows 10 Notification Middle as an alternative of making an attempt to restart the system from the Begin menu.
A second workaround consists of checking once more for system updates through Home windows Replace, as found by heise on-line’s Jan Schüßler. This enables the OS to see that no new updates can be found and that no different restarts are wanted given that every one earlier updates have been put in.
This may also occur by itself after a while as soon as Home windows will examine for updates by itself, though it might take hours for among the affected Home windows customers.
Extra points brought on by July’s Cumulative Updates
Different month-to-month rollups, security-only updates, and cumulative updates (i.e., KB4503293, KB4503327, and KB4503286) launched on June 11 are behind a problem already confirmed by Redmond and impacting a number of Home windows 10 Server variations.
This new recognized concern acknowledged as we speak by Microsoft could block units from booting in the event that they’re utilizing Preboot Execution Setting (PXE) pictures from Home windows Deployment Companies (WDS) servers or System Middle Configuration Supervisor (SCCM).
Cumulative replace KB4507469 is behind one other recognized concern inflicting a small variety of units to doubtlessly “startup to a black display in the course of the first logon after putting in updates.”
To bypass this black display, customers can “press Ctrl+Alt+Delete, then choose the Energy button within the decrease proper nook of the display and choose Restart,” with the gadget restarting usually afterwards.
Microsoft says that’s at the moment engaged on resolutions for each these recognized points, to be made out there with an upcoming Home windows 10 launch.