Started by BenYeeHua, August 14, 2013, 04:35:32 AM
QuoteI just wanted to give a heads up to some recent issues that we are seeing across Office Deployment. Security Fixes MS13-072 and MS13-073 MS13-074Two security updates released yesterday MS13-072, MS13-073 and MS13-074, These are installing fine but if you scan the machine again for updates, show up again and again and again. Currently there is no fix available for these other than to say that the update is applied but it is not getting properly detected. The product group is aware of the issues and are working on it.We appreciate your patience and understand on this.Thank you.
QuoteLately between MS and Nvidia not sure whats going on .
Quoteintel has big leg up here and hopefully they won't drop the ball increasing there HD graphics with next/newer chips .
QuoteThe second extension, InstantAccess is simply Intel's implementation of zero copy. Although Intel's processor graphics have supported unified memory for a while (CPU + GPU share the same physical memory), the two processors don't get direct access to each others memory space. Instead, if the GPU needs to work on something the CPU has in memory, it needs to make its own copy of it first. The copy process is time consuming and wasteful. As we march towards true heterogeneous computing, we need ways of allowing both processors to work on the same data in memory. With InstantAccess, Intel's graphics driver can deliver a pointer to a location in GPU memory that the CPU can then access directly. The CPU can work on that GPU address without a copy and then release it back to the GPU. AMD introduced support for something similar back with Llano.
QuoteThis update package resolves the following issues:â€¢Resolves an issue that could cause quality degradation when you stream specific video formats to Xbox 360 consoles. â€¢Resolves an issue that could cause a 0x80073cf9 error when you download Windows Store apps.â€¢Resolves an issue that could cause the decoding of multi-scan JPEG files to fail.
QuotePush-button reset and boot experience: Stabilizes the boot experience. Fits and finishes changes in push-button reset (PBR) and refresh. (Client and Server)â€¢ In-box apps: Provides reliability and stabilization fixes for inbox apps, including Camera, Photo, and Video Viewer. Stabilizes OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive) integration with inbox apps. (Client)â€¢ Graphics and multimedia platform: Improves graphics and multimedia reliability and performance, including stabilized visuals across power states. Improves 3D performance. Improves the handling of PlayTo. (Client)â€¢ File server and clustering: Improves Enterprise Client Sync experience. Resolves reliability issues in continuous availability (CA) and backup scenarios involving failover clustering, Hyper-V, iSCSI and DedDup. (Server) â€¢Hyper-V: Provides general virtualization reliability fixes in Hyper-V, Network Virtualization, and Remote Desktop Virtualization for large deployments. (Server)
Quoteâ€¢2888929 "KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED" Stop error when a driver tries to close static streams for USB 3.0 devices in Windows RT 8.1, Windows 8.1, or Windows Server 2012 R2 â€¢2890783 Incompatibility between Windows 8.1 roaming user profiles and other earlier versions of Windows roaming user profiles â€¢2897632 Logon screen turns black in Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2 â€¢2901095 Error message when you try to search for apps in the Windows Store in Windows RT 8.1, Windows 8.1, or Windows Server 2012 R2 â€¢2901388 Update enables you to run the 32-bit version of Windows Store apps for Windows 8 in the 64-bit version of Windows RT 8.1, Windows 8.1, and Windows Server 2012 R2 â€¢2902864 Update removes the "Windows 8.1 SecureBoot isn't configured correctly" watermark in Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 â€¢2896349 USB 3.0 Bluetooth device still drains power when computer is in sleep mode in Windows â€¢2891709 Windows Store video or camera apps freeze after you reopen the lid of a Windows 8, Windows RT, Windows 8.1, or Windows RT 8.1-based laptop
Quoteâ€¢2905029 Lumia 2520 camera app crashes when you stop a video recording in Windows RT 8.1â€¢2906900 Error "0x80090004 (NTE_BAD_LEN)" occurs when you try to sign in to Windows Live Messenger in Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2 â€¢2908279 Mouse pointer stutters or freezes when you play certain games in Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2â€¢2905627 Update that prevents zombie processes when process snapshotting or process cloning is used in Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2â€¢2906824 Input devices do not work after you resume a Windows 8.1-based computer from the Connected Standby power stateâ€¢2903926 Update that improves battery life when you play music through a Bluetooth device in Windows RT 8.1, Windows 8.1, and Windows Server 2012 R2 â€¢2906036 Windows 8.1-based computer freezes when you try to start the computer or resume the computer from hibernate mode
QuoteIssue 2After you install a driver update from Windows Update for a device that uses third-party drivers, only some files for the device are updated.
Quoteâ€¢2870467 Memory leak in Oleaut32.dll on a Windows 7 SP1, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2-based COM server â€¢2891804 Files or folders are removed unexpectedly when you perform a cut-and-paste operation on a Windows FTP client that is connected to an FTP site â€¢2897602 FIX: TCP connections that use ephemeral loopback addresses are dropped suddenly in Windows â€¢2910642 Video playback in Windows Media Player stutters or stops in Windows 8.1 or Windows RT 8.1 â€¢2908931 Camera image orientation on viewfinder of display screens are rotated 90 degree on a Windows 8.1-based Portrait-First device â€¢2911039 Scheduled task in Windows restarts unexpectedly after computer restarts â€¢2913317 Autocorrection feature does not remember user decisions in Windows 8.1 â€¢2913765 Certain cameras cannot be used as removable drives in Windows RT 8.1, Windows 8.1, or Windows Server 2012 R2 â€¢2914211 Internet Explorer tab freezes when it makes a COM call to a suspended tab â€¢2914217 Duplicate files in a symbolic link folder after you upgrade from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 â€¢2914219 USB storage device does not work correctly in Windows 8.1 and in Windows Server 2012 R2
QuoteWhen you use Windows Store apps in Windows 8.1, you may encounter one of the following issues.Issue 1When an app displays some images, the CPU usage of the app is high. This issue occurs even when the app is in an idle state.Issue 2When you use an app that uses a WebView control to display data, the app may crash.Issue 3When you open a video file from Microsoft OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive), you may receive the following error message:Itâ€™s likely that the file is in an unsupported format.
QuoteThis update package includes the following improvements: â€¢Faster Windows Store launch time on Surface RT.â€¢Fixes an issue in which the fresh apps in the Windows Store Live Tile do not match the apps in the Spotlight.â€¢Fixes an access violation in Windows Store.â€¢Fixes an issue in which Windows Store crashes when you change the text or font size from default to larger, or from larger to default.â€¢Fixes an "Access Denied" error when you try to access Windows Store.â€¢Fixes an issue in which Windows Store crashes when you change the background color.â€¢Fixes an issue in which Developer license acquisition fails with a 0xC03F1014 error code.
QuoteAfter you perform the push-button reset features on a Windows 8.1-based device, you cannot update drivers and firmware.
Quoteâ€¢2918245 "Landscape (flipped)" orientation is changed to "Landscape" when you sign out of Windows 8.1â€¢2919827 Gridview items are blurry when you zoom in or zoom out in Windows 8.1â€¢2920136 Netflix users encounter error H7353 when resuming movie playback from a previously saved bookmark in Windows 8.1â€¢2921066 Computer never goes to sleep even if the timer is set in Windows 8.1â€¢2921101 Video frame rate is low in remote sessions to a Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2 virtual machineâ€¢2922809 First letter of an autocorrect suggestion is not capitalized in Windows 8.1â€¢2922812 Shutdown time is longer when shutting down from the Start hint context menu in Windows 8.1â€¢2922850 Stop error 0x9F in the Usbhub.sys driver in Windows 8.1â€¢2923551 You cannot obtain a developer license by using only the keyboard in Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2â€¢2924014 0xD1 Stop error occurs when running tests in 3DMark on a Windows 8.1-based computerâ€¢2922514 White line appears when printing an image by using an XPS printer driver in Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2012
QuoteAssume that you have a Windows 8.1-based device that is connected to an authenticated proxy. In this situation, Windows Location Provider fails the geolocation lookup for IP addresses or Wi-Fi location sources. Therefore, no location information is available for the device unless it has GPS. For example, the Bing Maps app cannot place your location on a map, and the Bing Weather app cannot determine your city.
QuoteAssume that a Windows 8.1-based computer has the fast startup feature enabled. When you right-click the Start hint and then select the Shut down option to shut down the computer, the shutdown time is longer than when you shut down the computer by using the new Windows UI. Additionally, the system will take much longer to start the next time that you start the computer.CauseWhen you select the Shut down option from the right-click context menu on the Start hint, the system will do a complete shutdown even though the fast startup feature is enabled. However, when you shut down the computer by using the new Windows UI, the system will enter a hybrid sleep state.
QuoteWhen you have a computer that has the High Precision Event Timer (HPET) hardware timer and Windows 8.1 installed, you encounter a 0x9F Stop error from the Usbhub.sys driver.CauseThis issue occurs because both the HPET hardware timer and the hardware itself update certain registers at the same time, and this leads to a race condition.
QuoteConsider the following scenario:â€¢You have a computer that is running Windows RT 8.1, Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2.â€¢You hold down the Windows logo key and then you press the Period key (.) three or more times in succession.In this situation, you can now only access the Start screen, and a blank screen appears if you try to access the desktop or any running apps.This issue also occurs if you press a function key three times that simulates the Windows logo key+Period keyboard shortcut.
QuoteConsider the following scenario:â€¢You install an application in Windows 8 or Windows Server 2012.â€¢You upgrade the operating system to Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2.â€¢You start the application by clicking the desktop shortcut. â€¢A Program Compatibility Assistant dialog box appears that indicates that you should reinstall the application. Then, you select the Don't show this message again and run the app anyway check box to dismiss the dialog box.â€¢You exit the application.â€¢You try to start the application again by clicking the desktop shortcut.In this scenario, the application is not started, and you receive no UI indication.
Quoteâ€¢2918550 DNS server runs out of nonpaged pool memory when IPsec is used and there's a large volume of UDP traffic â€¢2921501 Sppsvc.exe crashes when you activate Windows 8.1 in offline scenariosâ€¢2921502 Token activation cannot activate Windows 8.1 when multiple certificates are availableâ€¢2923763 Improvements to crash dump file handling in WER in Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2â€¢2926970 Play To freezes when you play videos from a Windows RT 8.1 Qualcomm device to a DMR deviceâ€¢2929447 Other monitors are not clipped when you limit sharing to one monitor in Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2â€¢2929546 4K/UHD video content may not be correctly played back through Media foundation in Windows
QuoteWhen you play native 4k/UHD video content through Media foundation in Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012, playback may freeze at some point during the video.(A.K.A. Performance improve )
QuoteWindows RT 8.1, Windows 8.1, and Windows Server 2012 R2 Update is a cumulative update that includes all previous released security updates and nonsecurity updates. In addition to previous updates, it includes improvements such as improved Internet Explorer 11 compatibility for enterprise applications, usability improvements, extended mobile device management and improved hardware support. Important All future security and nonsecurity updates for Windows RT 8.1, Windows 8.1, and Windows Server 2012 R2 require this update to be installed. We recommend that you install this update on your Windows RT 8.1, Windows 8.1, or Windows Server 2012 R2-based computer in order to receive continued future updates.ImprovementsThis update includes the following new features and improvements:â€¢Enables a more familiar mouse and keyboard functionality for modern apps and controls.â€¢Improves the web application compatibility of the Internet Explorer 8 emulation mode in Internet Explorer 11 F12 Developer Tools.â€¢Increases performance and reliability when you use multi-display configurations for portrait-first device experiences.(A.K.A Windows 8.1 Update 1 )
Quoteâ—¾Create 64 bit plugin so the product can run IE 11 with Enhanced Protected Mode on in Win 7.â—¾Improved scrolling speed in PDFs.â—¾Increased the speed of page drawing/rendering.â—¾Decreased energy consumption.
QuoteThis issue occurs because of a multiple-CPU race condition when you send the video packets at the same time.
QuoteThis issue occurs because when the impersonated user calls SetDefaultPrinter to set a default printer, some registry values may be set in the wrong user profile. These values will be set in the service account's profile rather than in the impersonated user's profile.
Quoteâ€¢You use a remove-dfsnfoldertarget script command together with a -whatif parameter in PowerShell to remove folders from DFS namespace.
QuoteThis issue occurs because the video synchronization object may encounter a race condition upon stopping the video stream under a stress condition. If this happens, the Modern Camera app cannot start a new video session, and therefore it cannot start the video recording operation.
Quote from: edkiefer on May 14, 2014, 07:19:33 AMOn net framework 4.5.2 wonder why win updater doesn't update it from 4.5.1 .Did you use the web installer ?
Quote from: edkiefer on May 17, 2014, 06:34:42 PMThe net web installer seemed to go good, I like it installs only whats needed according to whats on your system .
QuoteAfter this update is installed, parents have more flexibility to filter out unsuitable web content and a complete view of the search terms their children use on search engines.Family Safety provides activity reports that show parents the search terms their children enter when they use a search engine. Family Safety also enforces the "safe search" feature by communicating this setting to search engine sites every time a child performs a search. The "safe search" setting causes search engines to filter adult material out of all search results. Currently, some search engine sites require that web browser connections to their sites use encryption, and this impedes our ability to implement these search engine safety features. The Family Safety update can continue to provide these search engine safety features to Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1 users.
QuoteIf there is a C:\users\<Username>\OneDrive folder, Explorer tries to check the MSA information. However, if your account is not connected to a MSA, the SkyDriveShell.dll module freezes for 30 seconds during the initialization.Note As soon as you connect your account to a MSA, the C:\Users\<Username>\Onedrive folder is created. Preinstalled Microsoft Office 2013 Service Pack 1 also creates the C:\Users\<Username>\Onedrive folder.
QuoteThis update contains the following improvements:â€¢Apps that you have installed will not be advertised on the live tile.â€¢Microsoft Narrator will not read an invisible error dialog box.â€¢After you install an app, the Install button will not offer to reinstall.â€¢Other reliability improvements.