Windows 10: Removed last update. Got the results I wanted. Now there's an update. Is it the same one?

Discus and support Removed last update. Got the results I wanted. Now there's an update. Is it the same one? in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade to solve the problem; Well it's there in the Subject. I had a program, mysms, that stopped running correctly pretty much the same day the update was installed. I... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade' started by MulberryJack, Apr 16, 2019.

  1. Removed last update. Got the results I wanted. Now there's an update. Is it the same one?


    Well it's there in the Subject. I had a program, mysms, that stopped running correctly pretty much the same day the update was installed.

    I uninstalled the last update and it seemed to resolve this mysms issue.

    Now, just a day later there is a notification of an update. Are they asking me to reinstall the update I un-installed? That's just going to bring my problem back.

    Is there a difinitive way to checked which one I uninstalled, and see if this new update is in fact the same or another update?

    Thanks very much for your time. jack ":-\\

    :)
     
    MulberryJack, Apr 16, 2019
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  2. Mark Ole Win User

    Windows 10: Remove this update

    Hi,

    To address your concern, we suggest that your manually remove or delete you want to stop from installing.

    Please follow these steps:

    • In the Search box, type Check for Updates. Click on it.
    • Click Advanced options.
    • Click View you update history, then Uninstall updates
    • Form the list, choose the update you want to uninstall.

    Tell us how it goes.
     
    Mark Ole, Apr 16, 2019
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  3. btarunr Win User
    Intel Readies P55 Chipset B3 Stepping Update

    Intel's is readying a hardware update for its P55 Express chipset, currently the only core-logic for the company's brand new socket LGA-1156 processor platform. The new B3 stepping of the P55 PCH will bring with it a little more than new MM number and S-spec numbers. A list of changes is as follows:
    • New MM number and S-spec numbers for the converted products;
    • Firmware and minor BIOS updates are required with the conversion;
    • Processor MRC/microcode update required to enable future processors;
    • Recommended storage driver upgrade from Intel MSM 8.9 to Intel RST 9.5.
    Although it is listed that the MRC update enables 'future processors', Intel, in a statement issued to X-bit labs assured that the current B2 stepping of the chipset (found on current socket LGA-1156 motherboards) does not leave out support for any of Intel's new LGA-1156 processors that are slated for release in the very near future. The dual-core "Clarkale" 32 nm processor will be supported by both B2 and B3 steppings of the chipset.

    P55 B3 stepping is pin-identical to P55 B2, and hence motherboard vendors will not have to come up with new designs. Sampling of the new stepping began as early as on October 02, 2009, and it is scheduled for shipment to manufacturers by the 7th of December, 2009. P55 is the performance core-logic for the LGA-1156 platform. It supports Core i5 and Core i7 "Lynnfield" processors with discrete graphics.

    Source: X-bit labs
     
    btarunr, Apr 16, 2019
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  4. btarunr Win User

    Removed last update. Got the results I wanted. Now there's an update. Is it the same one?

    Intel E5200 Gets Updated, R0 Stepping Coming Up

    Intel's Pentium Dual-Core E5200 processor is getting on course for a specifications update. The chip will feature in a new, improved Wolfdale-2M core, spec'd out as the R0 stepping, from its current M0 stepping. The new stepping is intended to add new instructions, power-management features, and bring about changes in the chip-package. A short list of known changes is as follows:
    • CPUID changed from 10677 to 1067A
    • Power State Indicator (PSI) support with Intel 4 series chipsets
    • New instructions - XSAVE and XRSTOR
    • New S-spec and MM numbers
    • New halide-free chip package
    Due to the changed CPUID, users may require BIOS updates to detect the CPU. According to the company, E5200 R0 should be out by April 13.

    Source: TechConnect Magazine
     
    btarunr, Apr 16, 2019
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