Latest Windows 10 Update KB3194798 – Another Installation Fail for Microsoft

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Microsoft’s troubles with Windows 10 update issues seems to be persistent, with the new build KB3194798 once again showing installation problems for many users. The previous Windows 10 Update KB3194496 (Sep 29 update) wasn’t installing properly for several users, and Microsoft at the time said that it would soon release a fix. But now the new update seems to be having installation problems as well.

The new cumulative build for this latest Windows 10 update doesn’t have any fancy new features or anything. It was supposed to be a regular maintenance upgrade with some security patches and performance improvements, but now it’s getting to be a habit with Microsoft – releasing build after build with installation problems.

It’s only been a day or so since the update was released to users who are already on the Windows 10 Anniversary Update (version 1607), so it’s too early to say how widespread the problem is, but the complaints so far show that this error is displayed before the system rolls back to the previous build:

Failed to complete installing updates! Undoing changes”

Microsoft is aware of the problem and they’re reportedly looking into it, but we won’t know the full extent of the problem and how many users were affected this early after the release.

One said that it could have been a problem with a conflicting NVIDIA registry entry, but another tried to remove the entry and it still wasn’t working.

Obviously, this isn’t a system-wide issue and only a few people seem to be having this problem. If you’re one of them and you’ve found a workaround solution to the installation problem with the latest Windows 10 update build KB3194798, please do let us know so our readers can try it and see if it works for them.

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