Updates 7.1.2722 and 7.1.2722 Ended with Error "Cannot delete target file mrigflt.sys"


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Don't think the update took because I can retry the update and get error each time.
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Title should read Updates 7.1.2718 and 7.1.2722 ....
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Works for me

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GTK48 - 21 November 2017 2:16 PM
Works for me

I deleted the .sys file and reran the update. It completed with "success."
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That's a MIG driver file.  There have been a few reports of errors about updating MIG-related files when installing patches (usually MIGService.exe, I believe), but no determination of common underlying cause yet. Glad you're sorted though.

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Thanks for all of your help.

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I had this same issue. I booted in safe mode with networking and re-ran it and it worked fine. It might be related to me not having installed MIG. 

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Tried that the latest update fixed it for me

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I repeated the install attempt on 2 more machines that also did not have the MIG installed (I deselected it as an install option in the original install on all my machines) and got the same error. So perhaps the new installer just presumes that MIG is installed and is tripping over itself on machines where it is not

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So just to confirm:

- Before you even tried to install the update, MIG was not installed on your system, correct? Or did you have it installed and try to remove it as part of installing the update by unchecking it there?

- Did you see this error when updating using the full installer where you unchecked MIG? Or did you see this error when updating using the patch routine that gets initiated from within Reflect and does not offer any options to customize the installed components?
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