Windows 7 KB4457144, KB4457145 security updates and fixes
Microsoft released on 11 September 2018 the monthly roll-up and a security-only update for Windows 7 users as part of the cumulative updates.
KB4457145 for Windows 7 includes security updates to Windows media, Windows Shell, Windows Hyper-V, Windows kernel, Windows datacenter networking, Windows virtualization and kernel, Microsoft JET Database Engine, Windows MSXML, and Windows Server.
There were no reported issues with this update. If you encounter any problems, leave us a comment in the box below the article.
This monthly roll-up that includes improvements and fixes as part of update KB4343894 (released August 30, 2018) and addresses issues related to security updates for:
- Windows media
- Windows Shell
- Windows Hyper-V
- Windows kernel
- Windows datacenter networking
- Windows virtualization and kernel
- Microsoft JET Database Engine
- Windows MSXML and Windows Server.
In the released notes, Microsoft team mentioned that the following software also benefits from security updates:
- Internet Explorer
- Microsoft Edge
- Microsoft Windows
- Microsoft Office and Microsoft Office Services and Web Apps
- Adobe Flash Player
- .NET Framework
Microsoft warns about the known issues that may occur when applying this update. The network interface controller (NIC) could stop working on some configurations. The exact problematic configurations are currently unknown, but aparently is related to a missing file, oem<number>.inf.
If you encounter this issue, try the suggested workaround and manually locate the network device.
- Open Device Manager and locate devmgmt.msc
How to get KB4457144 security update
Windows Update service will automatically download and install this update. However, you can also download the standalone package for this update form the Microsoft Update Catalog.
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- Fixed: Microsoft Store Apps are Not Updated Automatically in Windows
- FIX: Windows Update Service registration is missing or corrupt
- Windows 7 KB4343900 causes BSOD for many users
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