Re: Java Updates??
On 11/12/2018 9:21 PM On a whim, Daniel pounded out on the keyboard
Terry wrote on 13/11/2018 12:02 PM:
On 9/19/2018 5:32 AM On a whim, Daniel pounded out on the keyboard
Over the last couple of months, I've received several notifications
but, when I click on the notification, I quickly get told that the
Update could not be installed.
If I go to Start->Control Panel->Java (32bit) Control Panel and select
"About" on the General tab, it shows "Version 8 Update 161 (build
If I then select the "Update" tab and click the "Update Now" button, I
told there is a Java Update Available (Java 8 Update 181) but, when I
then click the "Update>" button, I rapidly get a "Error - Java Update"
window which tells me "Failed to download required installation files".
Again .... and again ... and again!!
Is it just me?? Is there a problem with my Win7 system??
Anyone got a valid suggestion??
I've seen that on just about every Win7 machine. I don't even bother
waiting for it to fail any more, and download the file manually when I
see an update is available.
Hope all is well,
Terry, been a looonnngg time since I've seen you around these parts!!
I woke up this morning, so things are at least O.K.!!
How are things with you??
Yep, if we open our eyes in the morning, it's a blessing!
Doing well. Looking forward to the holidays for our family. I feel in
good health, and everyone in our family appears to be also, and we
weren't near any of the fires, so I have nothing to complain about.
Except of course the Java Updater failing all the time...
But I did resolve an issue with the Windows Monthly Rollups on a lot of
Win7 machines failing since August. I found the problem was an update
(KB3177467) that didn't get installed on a lot of machines over a YEAR
ago causes the Rollups to fail! Go figure. I patched all the machines
that I knew were failing and each one of them completed the Rollup this
month. I don't pay too much attention if a Rollup fails once in a while,
but when it had occurred on so many machines, I realized it wasn't
normal. It had been bothering me after September's also failed, and
again last month, so I set out to figure it out!
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