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    New Problem in upgrade to build 10049

    New problem in upgrade to build 10049

    I installed build 10041 on an old Dell Optiplex 380 using a fresh disk so the install was new & clean.
    I did not install any additional software on the system.
    After 2 days I set the upgrade mode to fast and checked for updates it found build 10049 and installed it.
    After the install I found 2 new ICONS on the desktop.
    (Korea Media Player Center) and (Korea Messenger Center)
    If you open them the language seems to be Korean at least it's not English.
    I'm unable to uninstall them.

    Anyone have any thoughts?

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    Known bug. From http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/i...8-ebd7b7312de5 :

    We have a bug, which in some cases is causing setup to download all available language packs during the installation of Builds 10041 and 10049. We believe this is the cause of both of these issues. It may also result in a few unexpected folders appearing on your desktop or in File Explorer.

    If you’re blocked from installing the latest build because you don’t have enough disk space, you’ll want to free up 2.5 GB of space to resolve the issue.
    If you want to reclaim the extra disk space from the language packs after installing the latest build:
    Open a command prompt as an administrator
    Bring up the interface for uninstalling language packs by typing the following command and press Enter:
    Lpksetup /u
    3. Select the language packs you want to uninstall.

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    Woody got the same: Korean Messenger Center icon appears in Windows 10 build 10049 upgrade

    Uninstalling extra language packs as advised above appears to be the answer.

    Bruce

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    Ron,

    Solution (for now) to this Know Issue is Rt Clk on them > Open File Location & delete (from) THERE. These are not something that can be Uninstalled, just delete them. This is all you need to do in regard to those 2 items.

    Cheers,
    Drew
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    Thanks for the replies. Yes I had more language packs then just English, took almost an hour to remove them.

    This is most likely the reason that the upgrade from 10041 to 10049 took about 3 hours

    Have a great day all,

    Ron

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    I think there's more to it than that Ron.

    The first time I did the Windows update to 10049 it took 3 hours and I only had the EN-GB language pack afterwards.

    I had occasion to do the same update today and it took 35 minutes!

    Link

    Good day to you as well sir!

    Ian

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