Publication date: 2018-04-21 13:24
Well, clearly you guys didn’t buy one for yourself and take that apart (because I happened to have a fan occupying such place)
manually tried to install 69 updates, 67 succeeded 7 failed (Code 85575995): Security Update KB7755769 Update for Win & KB7697758 (tried to download "roll-up". Validation tool could not run
What caused the issue?
The issue is caused when Gadgets running in Windows Sidebar contain vulnerabilities that can be leveraged by an attacker.
Because I am not especially tekkie and support seems to be via these threads only, I may well have to take my laptop into a repair workshop and let them sort it.
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With a little heat as you carefully will get it off very nicely. Use a soft cloth with MGchemicals 99% isopropyl to clean off what a plastic spudger and slight heat couldnt, and the isopropyl will give a better clean surface to adhere new adhesive. If you have to use metallic objects to clean try not to dig into the aluminum, while it won't show after repair, it will cause pits & craters (under the scope you can see em!) and will not let your adhesive have bite on the aluminum side and potentially leaves you open for a return or redo because of lifting.
Wonderful detail on the teardown. Any ideas on how the Marvel Avastar is tied to external antennas and the purpose of the precarious wire which seems to reappear in the various incarnations of the Surface. Is that wire tied to anything under the black tape in Step 69?