How do I prevent KB5036893 from installing without disabling updates


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In another thread about this you mentioned changing the registry to add a driver into the safeboot settings in the registry which I could not figure out how to do.
Yes, it was this post: safe boot with network - no network

You just have to update registry subkey with the name of the driver's service and then it should load in Safe Mode with Networking. You can find the associated service by checking that driver's .inf file or by searching the registry for that driver name using something like FRST with the DRIVERS hive loaded.
 

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I downloaded the tool to hide updates, but it does not find KB5036893. So, that is no good either.

What can I do?

Which method / tool was used?
 

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    IDT High Definition Audio CODEC; PNP Device ID HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_111D&DEV_76E0
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I wrote a post about a Kernel Critical Error that occurred after KB5036893. I tried clean installs, removing drivers and software, but the error persisted. This error was also related to power and fast boot issues. After all unsuccessful attempts to find a solution and fix this error, I finally downgraded the BIOS, and everything worked fine.

This is the strangest update I have received so far.
 

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by checking that driver's .inf file
I have no .inf file. This may be the key as to why some folks wi-fi adapters will work in safe boot and some won't. All of us do not have an .inf file.
I'm gonna try to force the driver from Dell to see if it makes a difference....after I make an image.
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An updated BIOS seldom causes a Windows kernel panic.

The obvious solution would have been to roll back the buggy update until Microsoft issued a fix.

Keeping it can make Windows worse.
 

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    Asus Prime H510M-K
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The best option is to make free or pay backup images.

(Acronis, Aoemi, EaseUS, Macrium, Paragon, etc.)


Another option is to use multiple third party software to block all updates.
 

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    NVIDIA Quadro K3100M; Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600
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    IDT High Definition Audio CODEC; PNP Device ID HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_111D&DEV_76E0
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    Model Hitachi HTS727575A9E364
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    Microsoft Defender
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Which version of Malwarebytes? MB4 or MB5? I can assist once I have that info.
Paid or free?
MB 4..6.2 Premium, paid.
 

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MB 4..6.2 Premium, paid.
First, if this is not a typo, your software is way out of date. 4.6.13 is current.

Turn off start with Windows and restart. Do your Windows upgrade/updates, then reopen MB and toggle it back on.
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First, if this is not a typo, your software is way out of date. 4.6.13 is current.

Turn off start with Windows and restart. Do your Windows upgrade/updates, then reopen MB and toggle it back on.
View attachment 93985
Thanks. It updated to .13 after I posted the message.
And I'll do this when it next tries to install the patches. (Now scheduled for 1 May).
 

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    Asus Prime H510M-K
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And I'll do this when it next tries to install the patches. (Now scheduled for 1 May).
I have never personally had to disable Malwarebytes to install any Windows update.
And neither has any of my paid clients.
 

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I have never personally had to disable Malwarebytes to install any Windows update.
And neither has any of my paid clients.
Thus far, neither have I.
 

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    Asus Prime H510M-K
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    8GB
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    NVIDIA
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    -
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    Samsung & Dell
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    1600*900 (for both)
@Porthos I never had to either until last fall. I had 3 cumulatives in a row fail until I turned it off. Don't know why unless it's something machine specific. It became part of my 'pre-update Tuesday' routine which is SFC, image, disable MWB. Maybe I'll try the next one with MWB on to see if whatever it was might have worked itself out.
 

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I use Norton 360 and Malwarebytes.
trying to boot into safe mode didn't work either, nor the option to bypass boot ... software. (I don't remember the exact phrasing. It was option 8). In both cases, it doesn't get to the login screen.

Don't install Norton on you PC EVER .. it's a POS you will experience no end of problems.
 

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Microsoft investigating VPN issues with latest Windows 11​

Do you have VPN?

As you have more than one computer, don't you have drive images as a backup?
To restore from a drive image takes only some minutes.
 

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