Windows 10: Catalog entry for KB4338825 for X64

Discus and support Catalog entry for KB4338825 for X64 in AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security to solve the problem; The catalog entry for "2018-07 Delta Update for Windows 10 Version 1709 for x64-based Systems (KB4338825)" is downloading the x86 version of the... Discussion in 'AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security' started by Scifidude, Jul 12, 2018.

  1. Scifidude Win User

    Catalog entry for KB4338825 for X64

    The catalog entry for "2018-07 Delta Update for Windows 10 Version 1709 for x64-based Systems (KB4338825)" is downloading the x86 version of the update, not the x64 version.

    Please correct it.


    Scifidude, Jul 12, 2018

  2. Windows Update Catalog / Search Options

    Hello ANoTest,

    Windows Update Catalog is a website that offers updates for computers. Through this, you can download Windows Updates manually. Here are the steps on how to download Update from Window Update Catalog manually:

    • OpenWindows Update Catalog.
    • In the search text box, type your search terms. (Example: Windows 10 1607 X64)
    • Click Search.
    • Browse the list that is displayed to select the updates that you want to download.
    • Click Add for each selection to add it to the download basket.
    • Click view basket under the Search box to view the download basket.
    • Verify your list of updates, and then click Download.
    • Note If you are prompted, click Accept to accept the license agreement.
    • Select the location where you want to save the updates. You can either type the full path of the folder, or you can click Browse to locate the folder.
    • Click Continue to start the download.
    • When the download is complete, click Close to close the Download Window.
    • Close the Windows Update Catalog Window.
    • Find the location that you specified in step 9.
      Note: If you have downloaded device drivers for installation, go to
      Installing Drivers.
    • Double-click each update, and then follow the instructions to install the update. If the updates are intended for another computer, copy the updates to that computer, and then double-click the updates to install them.

    Should you need further assistance, feel free to get back to us.

    If you think this was useful, feel free to "mark it as an answer" to help those who are facing the same problem.
    Antoneth Ber, Jul 12, 2018
  3. bgw2go Win User
    Cumulative Update for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB3081444)

    Navneet Anand,

    I ended up having to use the nuclear option and restore my computer using a System Image Backup. I downloaded the updates from the catalog as suggested and tried installing them one
    at a time. Installing the updates manually, I have determined that the Update for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB3081441) is my issue as the Cumulative Update for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB3081444) installed correctly.

    So I am officially stuck. I have tried the steps you suggested to resolve this issue without success. Further assistance would be greatly appreciated.
    bgw2go, Jul 12, 2018
  4. Catalog entry for KB4338825 for X64

    Catalogs empty


    I'm in China at the moment, and it seems like the Catalogs application is empty.

    Selecting 'options/refresh list' makes it connect and display an 'updating' dialogue, but it then simply says "No catalogs. Select 'refresh list' in options menu to retrieve.", which I do but the same thing happens.

    Does this happen to anyone else, anywhere else?

    davidmaxwaterma, Jul 12, 2018

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