Windows 10: User OOBE Broker process running in background

Discus and support User OOBE Broker process running in background in Windows 10 Updates and Activation to solve the problem; Hey Folks, I hope this is in the correct location. For the past little while I have noticed that the User OOBE Broker process has been... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Updates and Activation' started by KingFirebeard, Jun 30, 2020 at 4:53 AM.

  1. User OOBE Broker process running in background


    Hey Folks,


    I hope this is in the correct location.


    For the past little while I have noticed that the User OOBE Broker process has been running in the background. My understanding is that OOBE is tied the blue box that asks you set up Windows and guide through various configurations. However, I have been using Windows 10 for sometime now question why this process is continuing to run after I have already installed Windows.


    If the OOBE is in fact linked to the installation setup screens, then could someone please guide me as to how call up the aforementioned screens so I can do what is necessary in order to finish this process and close it. It may or may not be relevant but I do have the May 2004 Update installed.



    Thank you,

    D.

    :)
     
    KingFirebeard, Jun 30, 2020 at 4:53 AM
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  2. Davidk03 Win User

    Program running a background process?

    I'm running Corel Video Studio 2018, and it's updates function shows characteristics of a background process:

    - the program has an auto check daily plus a manual option for updates

    - manually checked, presented with an option of downloading an update and Ok'd, evidence of any activity vanishes from the program workspace, yet the connected internet modem activity light begins running hot as the download happens

    - it's repeatable over several up-date cycles

    The evidence seems to suggest a background activity - whilst the program/PC is free to use for other things. Several software packages do this.

    However, a check in task manager/processes, show all, does not display any info of a related background process for any Corel or Video Studio program. If a background process is being used by the software, MUST it be listed in the task manager/processes
    list?

    Platform is windows 7 home sp1 64bit plus the important patches.
     
  3. Windows OOBE Background Pink

    OK so here are the steps I'm taking.

    1. Download en_windows_10_multiple_editions_x86_dvd_6848465.iso
    2. Install the OS
    3. Press CTRL + SHIFT + F3 on the "Get going fast" screen
    4. Enter audit mode and see sysprep dialog
    5. Select OOBE and check generalize
    6. System Restarts
    7. Going through the OOBE the background is pink.


    User OOBE Broker process running in background whv3j.jpg


    Anyone know how I can override this really odd experience? I've tried it on two different machines (one with UEFI and one with old BIOS) and both have the pink background.
     
    Bobby Cannon, Jun 30, 2020 at 4:55 AM
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  4. Davidk03 Win User

    User OOBE Broker process running in background

    Program running a background process?

    There's no updating "process" (using that term for both a process and a service that runs background) for video studio showing using

    - Task Manager/processes

    - msconfig/services

    - msconfig/startup

    So I guess there isn't one.

    The question tho wasn't "is there one running" (I'd already checked that for task manager at least and reported so in the 1st post), but whether by specification if a vendor was to run one, it must appear in the list.

    Ergo, not listed = not being run.

    Next stop on my diagnosis path is to check scheduling.
     
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