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Windows Update Corrupt Help! (win7)

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Getting rid of the need for the update should resolve the issue unless the updater itself is the problem. I don't see that being the case since other updates were done on the 6th after the MSE update failed. That tells me the issue is the update and not the updater.

Shaffer looks like your advice worked again! I re installed MSE 4 and now the update that was failing is gone off the updater! Looks like the problem is solved, thank you my friend! Posted Image

Edited by sour11, 06 December 2013 - 02:52 PM.

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You are very welcome. This should work for any program like this that is not a core program for Windows. Congratulations. :rockon: for a successful resolution for your issue.

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