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I suffered a few days after Black Tuesday when I came home from vacation and attempted to update my Vista Laptop.
Ran for like 4 hours - "checking" and I gave up - made up my mind I was going to let it run until it did something.
Hopefully next Patch Tuesdays will go equally smoothly..... " was stuck for 4 hours before finding 16 available updates.
If you have a problem with your June 2016 updates just wait for a few days after the Patch Tuesday updates are posted to the MS servers on 14-Jun-2016 and then check Dalai's webpage to see if a new Windows kernel-mode driver (Win32k.sys) update is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center.
As to KB3145739 I have it installed on April 18 and KB3153199 is one of those offered in May and which I installed on May 14, when, as said in my post above, for the very first time after many months the updates were downloaded and installed without taking that long time they used to. I usually wait a few days before downloading/installing the Windows 7 updates.
As to KB3145739 I have it installed on April 18 and KB3153199 is one of those offered in May and which I installed on May 14, when, as said in my post above, for the very first time after many months the updates were downloaded and installed without taking that long time they used to.
As of June 2016 there are currently five Win32updates listed on Dalai's webpage [KB3078601 (18-Aug-2015); KB3087039 (08-Sep-2015); KB3109094 (07-Dec-2015); KB3145739 (12-Apr-2016); KB3161664 (14-Jun-2016)] that must be pre-installed before you run Windows Update if any are missing from your system.
The standalone update packages (files) for any missing updates should be installed in order, from oldest (lowest KB) to newest (highest KB).
Rainbow_2: I did the same with May updates but could notice they (updates) were downloaded and installed without that usual delay so that I could restart and then switch off my system without waiting for the morning!On the VM, I went from starting Setup to a fully updated W7 in around 90-120 minutes using the rollup.Three passes on Windows Update to bring things current - the first took 35 min or so to find updates, the other's were quite rapid..." hang on my Vista machine since Aug 2015 so the upcoming change to combine non-security updates for Win 7 SP1 into a single monthly update might be a significant development for Win 7 SP1 users who also suffer from these slow Patch Tuesday updates.I don't have a Win 7 computer at home so I'm not the best person to ask about slipstreaming the OS image (which isn't the topic of this thread), but the Microsoft Tech Net article And since this update can be injected into Windows 7 SP1 media, it’s fully supported to mount a Windows 7 SP1 image (WIM file), then inject this update into it.
I always wait a few days (or even weeks) before I run a Windows Update to install the Patch Tuesday updates on my Vista machine and it doesn't help.