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    New July 2016 rollup update

    New update optional in WU, KB3172605. This update replaces the previously released update KB3161608. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3172605. Cannot find a description of the individual fixes, but a whole pile of files are being updated. Here is a list readable in MS Excel or any csv file reader:
    http://download.microsoft.com/downlo...A1/3172605.csv

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    Quote Originally Posted by ldb View Post
    New update optional in WU, KB3172605. This update replaces the previously released update KB3161608. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3172605. Cannot find a description of the individual fixes, but a whole pile of files are being updated. Here is a list readable in MS Excel or any csv file reader:
    http://download.microsoft.com/downlo...A1/3172605.csv
    Method 3 at the July Rollup page is the only one that seems to work.

    Thanks for the help, everyone.

    EDIT: My difficulties: http://windowssecrets.com/forums/sho...=1#post1061326
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    This new Roll-up screwed up my Bluetooth same as KB 3161608. After installing this update, my event viewer was inundated with errors all related to Bluetooth Device Monitor, Bluetooth Media Service and Bluetooth OBEX Service. I uninstalled the update and now Bluetooth is working fine again. I was able to uninstall and then hide this "optional" update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dclausse View Post
    This new Roll-up screwed up my Bluetooth same as KB 3161608. After installing this update, my event viewer was inundated with errors all related to Bluetooth Device Monitor, Bluetooth Media Service and Bluetooth OBEX Service. I uninstalled the update and now Bluetooth is working fine again. I was able to uninstall and then hide this "optional" update.
    This is a known issue with the patch and is documented in the KB article. The only work around is to uninstall the patch and wait for an update to the Intel Bluetooth software.
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    Nothing is needed from that KB to help speed up Windows Updates, just as the previous month's Rollup wasn't needed. The Bluetooth problem was noted in the KB within a couple of hours of the release, perhaps when it was first posted.

    So, if your primary reason for installing that Rollup was to enable quick access to Windows Update, you'd be better using the method here: http://wu.krelay.de/en/2016-07.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by satrow View Post
    ...So, if your primary reason for installing that Rollup was to enable quick access to Windows Update, you'd be better using the method here: http://wu.krelay.de/en/2016-07.htm
    I have started a new thread Another Slow Updates Fix for Windows 7 after getting a couple of ideas after reading the method you linked. You might find it interesting.
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    New Intel Bluetooth drivers & software were made available on August 9 to resolve the problems caused by either the KB3161608 or the KB3172605 update. Get them here:
    https://communities.intel.com/thread/104851

    Also the KB3172605 July 2016 Rollup Update has been re-released on September 12, 2016 on Windows Update and was classified as a Recommended update instead of an Optional one.

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    Also the KB3172605 July 2016 Rollup Update has been re-released on September 12, 2016 on Windows Update and was classified as a Recommended update instead of an Optional one
    It showed up as Optional on my W7 computers.

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    It installed on 9/15 without my interaction.

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