One or More files has failed verification

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patcher2019
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One or More files has failed verification

Post by patcher2019 » Thu Apr 11, 2019 7:12 am

Run Autopatcher after clean install of Windows 7 and worked OK. Tried to run again and get "One or More files has failed verification" Can you tell me how to solve this problem please. Have included Log file.
Autopatcher v6.2.26 Has Started at 11/04/2019 08:02:25

Starting Autopatcher From C:\Users\John\Downloads\AutoPatcher-v6_2_26

Checking if OCX Files are registered.


Checking if an update is already running.
Detected OS: English (1033) Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium X86 Home Premium Service Pack 1
Current Locale: English / Non-Unicode Default: English

checking for obsolete files...
***Downloading/Processing Release List***



***Release list Processed: Waiting for User Input***


Searching For Existing Releases Installed...
Found: AutoPatcher Engine 6.2.26(Restart After Download)
Found: AutoPatcher for Windows 7 SP1 (x86)
Search Complete

The Following Releases have been Picked:
apengine/apengine_6226.script
seven/autopatcher_seven_x86_sp1_20170509.script

***Running Any Pre-Cleanup Routines***

Download queue processed. Proceeding to next phase.

***Starting Detection Routine Phase***

Missing file Windows6.1-KB3177467-x86.msu
--Adding https://download.microsoft.com/download ... -x86.msu--

***Downloading Releases***

Files to be Downloaded: 1

Autopatcher Failed To Download https://download.microsoft.com/download ... 67-x86.msu
Return code: 22. Description: HTTP file not retrieved. The requested url was not found or returned another error with the HTTP error code being 400 or above.

Download queue processed. Proceeding to next phase.

Download error: C:\Users\John\Downloads\AutoPatcher-v6_2_26\modules\Windows_Seven_x86\NonCritical\NonCritical_files\Windows6.1-KB3177467-x86.msu
File does not exist!!!

***Processing Cleanup Routines***

andy2004
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Re: One or More files has failed verification

Post by andy2004 » Thu Sep 19, 2019 1:31 pm

you could manually download the file and put it in the folder..

http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msd ... d6ae57.msu renaming it to the same as the file they requested.

ChrisJ
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Re: One or More files has failed verification

Post by ChrisJ » Mon Sep 23, 2019 8:14 am

The file will need to pass the size and hash requirements. If the original file was v1 and the link provided by Andy is v2 I doubt the file will pass. Andy's idea is a good one though, if you can find the correct file that passes the size & hash numbers and rename to match exactly what the script asks for you should be good to go.

I believe this is what the script shows:

Item=Windows6.1-KB3177467-x86.msu
ExpectedSize=4212488
ExpectedHash=901F4F00D81C50CED58D1667FE27BE2E

You'll need to drop it in the correct folder:
\modules\Windows_Seven_x86\NonCritical\NonCritical_files\Windows6.1-KB3177467-x86.msu

It would be nice to have an Official release which means all files are accounted for as per the script, but it's not really the end of the world if you're missing something, in this case a non critical file. I would move out the associated .apm file (or hide it if the feature works properly) so you don't check the update for install.

Again, seeing Windows 7 is the past, if you're going to keep using the OS it would be nice to have some level of patching, I suppose May of 2017 is better than a completely unpatched OS, though it is very risky regardless.

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