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Half hour cold boot since KB4056894


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#1 ajg617

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Posted 27 January 2018 - 12:46 PM

KB4056894 has caused my Intel based Ivy Bridge system (ASUS Sabertooth Z77) Windows 7 desktop to boot to a screeching halt.  Half hour to cold boot now.  Many service control manager timeouts for essential ASUS SW EventIDs 7000, 7009, 7011.

 

 



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Posted 27 January 2018 - 01:16 PM

Do a System Restore.  You will want to select a restore point dated prior to this update which caused your problem.


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Posted 27 January 2018 - 02:00 PM

Do a System Restore.  You will want to select a restore point dated prior to this update which caused your problem.

Tried that dc3. I created a restore point immediately prior to installing the meltdown patch (which by the way took approximately 6 hours to complete) which I really did not want to install.  Didn't solve the problem which leads me to believe that there are still some artifacts from the KB that remained after restore.  In the mean time, I've doubled the 30000 millesecond timeout by adding ServicesPipeTimeout DWORD to the registry and setting it to 60000.  We'll see if that helps at all.






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