A user mentioned it here but no info.
Who knows... the poster didn't state the folder appeared immediately after the today's Windows update.
He mentioned appeared today in program files, etc... And his post was created today.Who knows... the poster didn't state the folder appeared immediately after the today's Windows update.
He\she could have gotten in any of thousands of different ways - but Windows Update is extremely unlikely.
I had no errors. Most commonly there are errors while working with different programs on the desktop while the update is downloading or installing.hjlbx & Umbra,
Did your update gave error or was successful the first time?
I had a error the first time but retry went successful so could the first time failure be the reason of the CMAK folders creation?
Just a slim chance that it will work, but try uninstalling in Safe Mode.It seems i am alone with this failing updates each time a cumulative appears. FML.
Stuck at 10586.318. Issue it's KB3156421 which doesn't seem to be able to uninstall. I tried but got error and it said rolling back. If anyone has an idea how to get rid of it i am open to suggestions. Rolling back to an image before that it's not an option though.
i tried in safe mode. Doesn't work. Something is messed up with my hardware i believe. If i clean install i will be able to update to latest but next time a cumulative will appear it will fail again. Tried the MS help but with no result. Probably will have to skip all such updates and update only when they release something like the Anniversary update.Just a slim chance that it will work, but try uninstalling in Safe Mode.
If it does work, then disable Windows Update service.