Microsoft reissues botched Windows 8.1 Update KB 2919355

Last updated on September 8th, 2018

Microsoft announced, moments ago, that it has re-released Windows 8.1 Update — note the capital “U” — and the new version should avoid the error 80073712 plaguing so many customers. In one of the most polarizing missteps in recent Windows history, Microsoft released a faulty Windows 8.1 patch in the April Black Tuesday crop, then declared that Windows 8.1 users must install the patch before they would receive any additional Windows 8.1 patches. On top of a plethora of problems installing Windows 8.1 Update on Windows 8.1 machines, there were more problems specific to corporate installations running WSUS, Intune, and System Center Configuration Manager to keep client PCs patched.
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