Windows 10: KB5003637

Discus and support KB5003637 in Windows 10 Customization to solve the problem; Following the install of KB5003637 - the June 2021 Windows update, and the appearance of News and Interests feature, and switching off the feature from... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Customization' started by AlexC25, Jun 10, 2021 at 9:07 AM.

  1. AlexC25 Win User

    KB5003637


    Following the install of KB5003637 - the June 2021 Windows update, and the appearance of News and Interests feature, and switching off the feature from the Task Bar settings menu, it results in an instability of the Task Bar Notification area. It corrupts and randomly double displays icons and icons get superimposed on each other. Switching back on the feature resolves the problem. Is this a known bub with KB5003637 ??

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  2. Mcd73165 Win User

    Kb5003637

    @rdwray:
    I just installed KB5003637 also and no issues. Are you referring to the Classic Start Menu by using Classic Shell? I use that too. and no issues.
     
  3. 10.0.19043.1023 Getting 0x800f0922 with KB5003637 Update, Even Offline

    My C: drive is now a WD Black WD2003FZEX-00SRLA0, replacing the original WD2002FAEX-007BA0 which died of old age (failed to spin up one evening; SMART data was perfect). The other WD2002FAEX-007BA0 remains as a data disk.
    For some time now I've had problems with about half the Windows Updates. They download and install fine, but on reboot the running progress number hangs at 100%. Rebooting allows undoing the update and recovery, and the Windows Update screen tells me that I have error 0x800f0922.
    Until the KB5003637 update, my workaround was to download the update file and run it manually. Now, with build [Version 10.0.19043.1023], even that fails with the same error. Things I have done up to now:
    1. Download and run KB5003637 update manually.
    2. Check my partition sizes. My Recovery Partition is 529 MB and my EFI partition is 100 MB. On the Disk Management screen, the Recovery Partition is first, the EFI partition is second, and the rest of the 2 TB HD is the system partition with the Disk Management screen listing Boot, Page File, Crash Dump, Basic Data Partition for it.
    3. Checked my App Readiness Service. It was OK, but stopped and restarted it anyway.
    4. Rebuilt the Performance Counter settings with "lodctr /R" in ...\System32 and ...\SysWOW64, then resynced the counters with WMI using "winmgmt.exe /resyncperf"
    5. Delete the fonts from my Recovery Partition (mount it as Y: using "mountvol Y: /s" and deleting all the fonts in EFI\Microsoft\Boot\Fonts from the command line).
    My next step is to boot to GPARTED LIVE and expand my Recovery Partition to 700 MB. Before I do that, I thought that I would come here and look around, having had really great tech support here in the past with Windows 7 and Windows 10.

    - - - Updated - - -

    After posting the message above, I was running the offline update again. It did appear to install OK this time, and the Update History shows that it did install successfully, but the Windows Update screen has an error message:There were some problems installing updates, but we'll try again later. If you keep seeing this and want to search the web or contact support for information, this may help: (0x800f0922)
    There is a "Retry" button. If I do retry, I'll use the downloaded version. That file name is windows10.0-kb5003637-x64_fd175a387e2f07586d85899a75d0bf10120a3c2c.msu (for checking to ensure that I'm using the right one).
     
    Motorfingers, Jun 10, 2021 at 9:09 AM
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  4. rdwray Win User

    KB5003637

    Kb5003637

    I just installed KB5003637 and it destroyed my taskbar; I am running Classic Start Menu and I don't know if that was an issue or not, but I uninstalled the update and things are working now.

    Update: I disabled Classic Shell and still had problems with the taskbar.
     
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