Event Id 4374 Microsoft-windows-servicing
Join the IT Network or Login. Don't really know where to look after this. I never received any warning about the mismatch. If the applicability attribute is not 4, then the package does not apply to this computer. http://0pacity.com/event-id/event-id-4374-source-ntservicepack.html
Faucet Brand? [HomeImprovement] by thestealth© DSLReports · Est.1999feedback · terms · Mobile mode Log in or Sign up Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Any help will be greatly appreciated. If you want to install this update, please make sure Desktop Experience was enabled. I appreciate you're letting me know this.Sincerely, Libra · actions · 2009-Aug-28 9:26 am · bangarooPremium Memberjoin:2000-08-13
Look at the last error in the Component-Based Servicing (CBS) log (located at %windir%\logs\cbs\cbs.log) and ensure that Applicability:4 is specified in the message. If you determine that the package is applicable to the computer, but you continue to receive this error, then you have encountered a more complex issue. Login here! Verify that the item is either listed or unlisted.
Learn More. Install any dependencies that the computer is missing, or obtain a valid package. Yes No Do you like the page design? I am just trying to understand how these things work.
A check of the installed updates shows the same warnings for every update that I installed since I purchased the machine in January. See example of private comment Links: T756288, ME2024245 Search: Google - Bing - Microsoft - Yahoo - EventID.Net Queue (0) - More links... Install any dependencies that the computer is missing, or obtain a valid package. Download the correct package manually.
Not a member? If you do not want to diagnose the logs, you should call CSS and provide the following logs to them. In the case of WU, if an update is installed that requires a reboot before another update can be installed, you will receive messages similar to what you found in the Package Manager Component-Based Servicing Package Installations or Removals Package Installations or Removals Event ID 4374 Event ID 4374 Event ID 4374 Event ID 4371 Event ID 4372 Event ID 4373 Event
If so that would probably explain the mismatch, or my naivete about the OS. Verify that the component is listed or not listed. Did the page load quickly? If you were uninstalling, check that your package is not listed, or that it is listed and the value for the CurrentState key is 0 (absent) or 5 (removal is pending
Event Details Product: Windows Operating System ID: 4374 Source: Microsoft-Windows-Servicing Version: 6.0 Symbolic Name: CbsPackageNotApplicable Message: Windows Servicing identified that package %1(%2) is not applicable for this computer. his comment is here I know KB955430 is a pre-requisite of SP2.Some updates will not complete until other updates are already in place. I usually get similar warnings if I pick and manually download updates picking one that is needed on my config.Cudni · actions · 2009-Aug-26 2:58 pm · LibraPremium Memberjoin:2003-08-06USA Libra Premium I didn't think it would be that easy to find the answer to this problem.
Title: How to troubleshoot Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 service pack installation issues Link: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/947366 Best Regards, Aiden Marked as answer by Aiden_CaoModerator Friday, October 21, 2011 12:56 Manage Your Profile | Site Feedback Site Feedback x Tell us about your experience... Method 3 Open Event Viewer and verify that Component-Based Servicing (CBS) raised one of the following events. this contact form Your cache administrator is webmaster.
No, amd64 is the x86-64 specification, as opposed to the IA-64 or Intel Itanium specification. If that particular hotfix installation completed successfully, these events can be disregarded. TheEventId.Net for Splunk Add-onassumes thatSplunkis collecting information from Windows servers and workstation via the Splunk Universal Forwarder.
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Thank you for your continuing effort. I notice in the package release number "amd64 ". Cable Modem + Switch = Multiple DHCP IPs? [ComcastXFINITY] by Samir244. If you were installing, check that your package is listed and that the value for the CurrentState key is one of the following: 7 (installed), 6 (installation is pending a reboot),
If you do not use DST in your environment, you can uninstall this update directly. To resolve this problem, do the following: To determine whether this computer supports the package: First search online for information about any dependencies and architecture requirements. Thank you. http://0pacity.com/event-id/microsoft-windows-diagnostics-performance-operational-event-100.html Verify if this is the right operating system, service pack, platform etc..., even small details may count against the compatibility of the update with that particular computer.
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You can often find the Knowledge Base number in the .mum file of the package (search for KB), or in the error message.Look at the last error in the Component-Based Servicing These are the errors from the last set of auto updates. The interesting part is in event viewer WMI is logged an an error in administrative events with the following messsage: Log Name: Application Source: Microsoft-Windows-WMI Date: 11/21/2008 7:40:24 AM (Setup date Thank you Win 10 [Microsoft] by David3941309.
Package Manager Component-Based Servicing Package Installations or Removals Package Installations or Removals Event ID 4374 Event ID 4374 Event ID 4374 Event ID 4371 Event ID 4372 Event ID 4373 Event Stay logged in Sign up now! It seems you checked them out pretty good and they don't appear to be correct.I haven't looked at the Event Viewer for a few days, but I did install SP2 from Event Viewer shows 107 instances of error 4734 "Windows Servicing identified that package KB970653(Update) is not applicable for this system"A cursory review of the CBS.log and Windowsupdate.log looks like the install
What I find interesting is the root of Chris' problem.