You are also able to download updated drivers for the hardware.
Although Windows has many build-in device drivers, I prefer to install or update the device drivers with the most recent drivers from the manufacturer.
Using the switch does the trick but I wonder if there are any property that can handle this.
I've googled for some properties but they doesn't apply.
ill try it out...thanks anyway The value of this property can be modified using customization transforms or upgrades.
Changing the value of this property from custom actions has no effect. Just to share with everyone that the MSIRESTARTMANAGERCONTROL property to the MST and setting the value to Disable did the trick.
I've tried playing around with the following but didn't help MSIRESTARTMANAGERCONTROL MSIDISABLERMRESTART MSIRMSHUTDOWN Restart Manager Option=Close Restart hmm i should try again, maybe it disable interaction with RM and prompts for a reboot at the end of the installation instead//thats what the previous File In Use does....
because updating an in-use file required a reboot, and RM was designed to elevate this by closing the fileinuse before install and restart after install and prevent a reboot...
This has been happening since I installed Windows 7 64-bit edition.
On the Windows Update website, use one of the above options and install all the High priority updates.
After you installed the high priority critical updates, restart Windows and visit the Windows Update website again.
Here is what you need to know to safely upgrade your hackintosh and what change you should make to take advantage of 10.12.6 if you have a Kabylake processor. To get graphics acceleration after installing 10.12.6 if using an Nvidia graphics card then you will need to install the latest version of Nvidia Web Drivers available here: Now that Kabylake CPU’s are natively supported along with HD 630 we can clean up are EFI partition by removing things we no longer need.
If you are using a Kabylake i3/i5/i7 follow these steps a Pentium processor like the G4560 don’t follow this.
However, if I shut down my computer and then start it up, everything loads fine.