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Can't load MS update (Solved)

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Best Answer brycrip , 12 May 2017 - 01:47 PM

Thanks guys... the instructions from iammykyl got me into Admin... and then followed your lead FreeBooter. Things back to normal. Again, big thank you.... Bry Go to the full post »


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I downloaded the Reset Windows Update Components tool to my desktop but when I right click, I don’t get the option to open as Administrator.

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Did you unzip the batch script and right click the batch script. 


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Thanks. Unzipped and ran twice as Administrator.

Computer rebooted.

Ran Win Updater manually.

It found one and downloaded one important update.

Created restore point.

Installation started but failed.

Was trying to install something called Quality Roll Up, etc. etc.

 

Any ideas?

Bry


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Would you like to repair install Windows 7.

 

 

"How to Do a Repair Install to Fix Windows 7"

https://www.sevenfor...ir-install.html


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You know more than me, of course. I'm starting to worry that turning off my computer with the power button is going to cause harm. I wish there was a way to just cancel out the download. I probably doesn't do anything anyway. I'm getting real tired of Bill Gates...

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You can hide the update but that i don't advice you can also use WSUS Offline Update to install all Windows 7 updates.


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Thanks, Freebooter... but you are confusing me. Please tell me exactly what you want me to do next.

Much thanks,

Bry


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Are you having trouble using WSUS Offline Update program?


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Don't know what that is. Sorry.

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WSUS Offline Update program allows you to download all available Windows updates and install them without using Windows Update.


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I'll do anything to get rid of the update. Kill it or install it. Just tell me what to do. If I sound frustrated, I'm sorry. But this thing is crazy!


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Download the WSUS Offline Update and extract the content of the wsusoffline1092.zip  archive.  Use the "\wsusoffline1092\wsusoffline\UpdateGenerator.exe" program to download Windows 7 updates.  After you have downloaded all available updates right click  the "\wsusoffline1092\wsusoffline\client\Update.cmd"  batch script and select "Run as administrator" to install all downloaded Windows updates.


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Crash! Crash! Crash....

Start up repair doesn't work... Restore points don't work

Help...

Bry


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Have you performed repair install of Windows 7?


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Hard to do when the computer crashes every two minutes.

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