WebDoc121 wrote: ↑
Fri Jan 10, 2020 6:06 am
This method is very much complicated. Is there any simple way around to solve the issue.
I think EA117 explained a) a possible cause and b) a solution quite well.
The bottom line is that there is a problem and in order to fix that you'll either have to retry the update (with the risk that the problem persists) or follow EA117's advice and risk
identifying the "origin" of the cause and being able to solving it permanently.
The method described is not complicated at all, in fact I had a different method in mind, involving a different (perhaps slightly more thorough) comparison method which would probably yield the same results but take 20x longer.
And if you think EA117's method is complicated, then you certainly don't want to try my alternative
(which is a lot more intrusive).