Download KB4043961 CU to Update Windows 10 v.1709 to Build 16299.19

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Microsoft has released the first CU (Cumulative Updates) for RTM version of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update v.1709, which the RTM version has the build number of 16299.15. The KB4043961 updates the build version of Windows 10 v.1709 to build 16299.19.

The Cumulative Update Build 16299.20 (KB4043961) is rolled out to Windows Insiders running Build 16299.15 on Release Preview and Slow rings (Windows Insiders on Fast ring are getting Windows 10 RS4 (Redstone 4) Build 17017 instead). This update only includes quality improvements and no new OS features. Key improvements include:

  • Addressed issue where, after removing apps, they’re reinstalled on every restart, logoff, and login.
  • Addressed issue where localization of the error output from a JET database is broken. Only English error strings are reported.
  • Security updates to Windows kernel-mode drivers, Microsoft Graphics Component, Internet Explorer, Windows kernel, Microsoft Windows Search Component, Windows TPM, Windows NTLM, Device Guard, Microsoft Scripting Engine, Windows Wireless Networking, Microsoft Windows DNS, Windows Server, Microsoft JET Database Engine, and the Windows SMB Server.

If for some reasons, you’re not offered the KB4043961 Cumulative Updates even though you’re an Windows Insider, or you installed Windows 10 Fall Creators Update via Windows 10 v.1709 Media Creation Tool and are not joining Windows Insider program, or have opted out of Windows Insider program, the following tutorial guides you on how to install the KB4043961 CU manually.

Update
Microsoft has published the MSU version of KB4043961, which could be executed directly by simply double-clicking on it, without the need to use DISM command.

Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1709 for x64-based Systems (KB4043961): windows10.0-kb4043961-x64_5fb7d7bf32e79ea9debe8fb51af2a0c2e296e935.msu

Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1709 for x86-based Systems (KB4043961): windows10.0-kb4043961-x86_9d19c05727dd3960a4a64f58fe81c6a5d276af01.msu

Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1709 for ARM64-based Systems (KB4043961): windows10.0-kb4043961-arm64_a48d09f78669648b42444c64c1d426a556c6039a.msu

  1. Download the KB4043961 from Windows Update:

    64-bit: http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/software/secu/2017/10/windows10.0-kb4043961-x64_80d0155096f809a4f4b4092cfec8341f9d8e0cb4.cab
    32-bit: http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/software/secu/2017/10/windows10.0-kb4043961-x86_9de406dd008f8950dc953bab45ae75e2a3c32d00.cab
    ARM64: http://download.windowsupdate.com/c/msdownload/update/software/secu/2017/10/windows10.0-kb4043961-arm64_5eb9a0b6198ca42427e232d92b74024f50ec8aa3.cab

  2. Open an Admin Command Prompt.
  3. Run the following command to manually install the update:
    DISM /Online /Add-Package /PackagePath:"X:\path\filename"

    Replace X:\path\filename with actual path and file name for the KB4043961 Cumulative Updates. For example,

    DISM /Online /Add-Package /PackagePath:"C:\Updates\windows10.0-kb4043961-x64_80d0155096f809a4f4b4092cfec8341f9d8e0cb4.cab"
  4. Restart the computer when installation is done.

Windows 10 CU Build 16299.19

And that’s it. Welcome to the more reliable and lesser bug build of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update v.1709.

By | 2017-10-18T01:18:52+00:00 October 18th, 2017|Categories: Windows|Tags: , |10 Comments

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  • DoT

    Where is the final stable…

    • Rockstarrocks

      read the article again. lol

      • DoT

        Ok…

  • DardaniaLion

    I would not recommend people to use Windows 10. It’s still beta and is being changed with every patch. A windows is stable only when there is no changes to it anymore. I can see windows 8.1 or 7 are X times better than windows 10. Stability is 100% on Windows 7 or 8.1. With Windows 10, my 8 month old laptop is playing crazy. Reinstalled Windows 8.1 and perfect. Microsoft should stop changing windows 10 and just release updates.

    • OziCash

      it’s been stable since 10586TH2, there is always security patches and new apps added all the time.. works very well and fast..

    • OziCash

      have you tried version 1709? (OS build 16299.15)

      • DardaniaLion

        Yes, I have Tried 1709 and new problems came. For example, when I installed 1709, I could not open startup menu. I wasted 4 hours with Microsoft and my antivirus costumer support. I was sitting next to my pc and was checking why it happened. When I did a full scan on my own, I found out that new update (1709) does not disable windows defender automatically when you install a antivirus. The older update did not recognize my firewall. I disabled windows firewall, installed my private firewall but Windows could not see it and was always giving me messages that I was at risk. No matter what you say, Windows 10 is BETA and this means full of bugs and issues.

        • OziCash

          you need to let the Antivirus company know about it, Windows 10 from the fast ring is BETA, the Slow ring is final and should be stable, i use Eset for antivirus, it disables windows software and takes it’s place.. I know about the start up problem, it happened to me with a version after 15063, i think it was 1704 that was causing the problem.. I usually have an Acronis clone of my hard drive and do upgrades from 10586TH2, i skipped from that to 1709.. solved the problem.. I understand most people don’t play around with software like i do, but they should stay on the slow ring releases.. otherwise Windows 10 is the best… there is also a “test mode” you can go into to install unsigned drivers (not Safe mode), but it is not legal to continuously stay in that mode and use Windows.. not many people know about Test Mode

          • DardaniaLion

            I’m actually done with Windows 10. Will not use again till something new comes. I don’t understand why Microsoft adds so many useless apps to it.

            I wish it was like Windows 7 and should you as a user want to install all those extra apps you’re free to do so but from installation, windows should be clean from all those apps.

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