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    Re: Windows 10 upgrade - 0x80070057

    Hi,

    It seems the service is set as boot service and can't be stopped.

    Make sure you create a System Restore Point

    On a test machine try to disable the service using:
    Code:
    sc  config  cbfltfs4  start= disabled
    them you have to restart the machine to stop the service but I don't know if this will result in a BSOD or not! is better to test this in a VM or in some machine that you can try to recover using System Restore...

    to restore the service use the command:
    Code:
    sc  config  cbfltfs4  start= boot
    After the command above its possible that the service accepts to start using sc start cbfltfs4 if not you have to Restart the computer.

    Note: Make sure you Copy & Paste the commands because sc config is picky with the spaces and arguments passed.


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    Re: Windows 10 upgrade - 0x80070057

    Hi Dinci5,

    Any news about this?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Windows 10 upgrade - 0x80070057

    Not really,

    It only works when completely uninstall the software.
    If I disable that filter with CMD it breaks the sync and the IMG archives becomes useless. It gets corrupted I guess.
    So afterwards everything needs to be synced completely again.


    I have opened a case with the vendor and they were aware of the issue apparently.
    I had to send them my installation files (which is a simple ISO from the volume licensing portal) so they can test themselves.
    Awaiting feedback at the moment.

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    Re: Windows 10 upgrade - 0x80070057

    Hi,

    Thanks for the update.

    Just like I suspected the way the software works its very dangerous!

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    Re: Windows 10 upgrade - 0x80070057

    dinci5 -

    I wanted to provide some information that another member dirkli has suggested as a potential solution. Obviously use this at your own risk.
    My solution was:
    - Export from Registry the key (and all of it's subkeys) HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\cbfltfs4 to a file (*.reg)

    - Delete the key and all of it's subkeys.

    - Deactivate Nomadesk in taskmanager from autostart

    - reboot

    - do your windows updates. Worked perfect for me, installed to 1709 without any problems.

    - after all restarts from the update, import the exported registry file from above into the registry.

    - activate Nomadesk in taskmanager for autostart.

    - reboot

    After all, Nomadesk started as usual and all data was still as before the update.
    I am not sure if the next major Windows Update will cause the same error, maybe yes. But my machine is now on an actual release and i am satisfied.
    Maybe that helps you.

    Best regards
    Dirk

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