Here we go again, when I checked settings for updates, there was KB4507453 , took cloned external drive containing windows 10 via usb and and installed and ran that update file on Drive D. Knowing what to expect, booted into safe mode and ran chkdsk, took about 10 minutes and that fixed Disk D. Once that was done rebooted into windows and into settings and checked about which showed the info you see above. Disconnected the usb drive and rebooted with only Drive C and again that is what you see above. Again with my ASUS G751J , installing the above update, NO Problems
First I updated Bios to 1.12 and intel management. Got a notice that KB4505903 was available for Windows Version 1903. Reconnected SSD that was a duplicate to this drive. Copied KB4505903 to the replicate drive and installed from that drive. Rebooted and noticed updating 1,8 15 30% and rebooted into Safe mode where updating was completed. The image below show the latest update for version 1903.
Ready for another cumulative update from MS KB4512508. Took cloned drive SSD and installed from the SSD drive. Once done rebooted into windows showing 18362.295. However another problem came up. when I went into updates I noticed that KB4512508 failed to intstall but the update history showed that it did.
How does one remove the erroneous statement that it failed.
Command Prompt as Administrator
net stop wuauserv
Ren %/systemroot%\SoftwareDistribution SoftwareDistribution.old
net start wuauserv
Restarted laptop and failed message was gone, however no update history
Installed Updates and it showed the KB4512508 was installed
Why did it fail but also showed that it did install? Manual (ME) vs Automatic Download
2 installs uneventful KB451155 netframework Cumulative update for Version 1903 KB4512941
cumulative update version 1903 to 18362.329
Actually installed kb4511555 "FIRST"
If you are using acronis 2019 like I am go into BIOS F2 and disable "acronis functions, make like easier if you do this.
Then installed KB4512941 cumulative update first picture ->18362.329
2nd picture in Control Panel-> Program & Features->View Installed updates
3rd picture in Settings-> Update History
Installations UNEVENTFUL for ONCE
Forgot to mention if you are doing a system restore point, check to make sure no programs are deleted by creating another restore point so when you check to see if program and this is what I mean