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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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This all looks very familiar... haven't we been through this already?

Bry


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Yes we have we are doing it again because you said Windows update wont let you shutdown your computer.
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I have turned off Automatic Updates. What a relief.

Okay, more info for you: I had three important updates the other day. Downloaded and installed two, but that RollOver thing refuses to install.

The computer shutsdown just fine: I push and hold the power button. Or if I wait long enough, it closes on it's own but doesn't install the download.

Bry 


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Hi brycrip,

Is sounds like you have give up by disabling Windows Update aren't you going to try other two options?
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Okay, that didn't work again.

What's the last option?

And what's up with the Geek site... get 

Error 522

and can't post normally. Have to go to "More Reply Options"

...Bry


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Last option is repair install of Windows 7.


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Which option should I use? Looks like three choices, Bry


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I don't understand repair installing Windows 7 is the only one last option.
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When I open "Repair Install of Windows 7" there are three options. Which do you want me to use?

Thanks,

Bry


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Do you mean from repair install Windows 7 instructions at SevenForums?
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Yes.


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There is one option on that site i don't see three options sorry.
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Do either step 4, step 5, or step 6 below depending if your retail Windows 7 installation ISO/DVD/USB has SP1 or not, and if your currently installed Windows 7 has SP1 installed or not.

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What does all this mean?


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If you don't have Windows Setup Media you can download Windows 7 ISO from below link. If Service Pack 1 installed and Windows 7 Setup Media does not include Service Pack 1 you will need to uninstall Service Pack 1 before you can do repair install of Windows 7.



"Download Windows 7 Disc Images (ISO Files)"
https://www.microsof...wnload/windows7
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