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Re: KB2647753 - Problems installing it
After reading this thread, I waited to do the updates. It's not being offered to my Win 7 x64 Home Premium laptop. I just updated it.
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from triple helix post:
Microsoft has resolved the problem with KB2647753. There is a newer (rev 101) version on the release channel now. If you have the "failed" install, all you need to do is check for updates and the new version will be provided. If you haven't updated yet, you'll receive the new version. »support.microsoft.com/kb/2647753
»Re: KB2647753 - Problems installing it
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Aw you caught me LOL Corrine asked me if I would like to update the Microsoft Answers thread since I already posted there! »answers.microsoft.com/en-us/wind···e?page=1 and »answers.microsoft.com/en-us/wind···e?page=4
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It did not solve it for me.
I'm not Microsoft, but I have it on reliable authority from someone who works at Microsoft that as of 4pm yesterday detection was fixed. I'm guessing those on this thread still seeing issues may have had "download but do not install" as your WU settings? If so you'll need to muck out the software distribution folder as the v1 of the patch with the faulty detection is stuck in there.
And when you say "it did not solve it" ..what exactly do you mean by "it"? What steps did you do?
said by SusanBradley:Out of simple curiosity... what time zone are we talking about?
I'm not Microsoft, but I have it on reliable authority from someone who works at Microsoft that as of 4pm yesterday detection was fixed.
Eastern Standard Time? I ask because the issue resolved itself on my end at 6:00PM Eastern Standard Time. No earlier... no later.
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said by Dustyn:Well since Microsoft is the center of the computing universe that'd be MST (Microsoft Standard Time). I think that's also called PST (Pacific Standard Time)
... what time zone are we talking about?
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Sorry my bad. Pacific. I'm in California and the same time zone as Redmond.
And that's 4p.m-ish and not exact. So if yours got fixed 3p.m-ish pacific, you may be more accurate to the exact moment of fix of detection than I.