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Win 10 update glitch...why?


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Plutox

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I got the message "Canon - Printers - Canon iP7200 series update failed".
 
I don't have any Canon products in my house!  How come this message has come? Never happened before. And how not to have this happen again? Any ideas please - thanks.
 

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Frankly, if it is not affecting the function of the computer, i would not worry about it.  Often Windows Updates include drivers to things that you may not have, it is really just to keep itself up to date on some drivers so that if you connect that device, it works quickly and easily without having to download and install the driver.  If you do not have the device, then I would not worry in the least about the driver update failing and move on.


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Thanks for that.

 

As I was reading your post a pop up came saying. 'We couldn't finish your update..... etc.!  There must be thousands of applications for which I don't have drivers so must I expect them to pop up? Another MS glitch it seems.

 

Oh well  it's not a big glitch.(as yet?)


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