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windows can't install a specific update

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It's been almost 2 months since this started.Windows try to install it.It restarts ats 17% then restart again and says it failed.One thing i noticed is that the code of the update changed.At start i had KB3200970 then KB3201845 and now i have KB3206632.Even though they are different codes it's the same update cause the new code takes the place of the old one.I tried to explain it as much as i can if you need further info let me know.

 

This is the update.

Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for systems based on x64 (KB3206632)

 

Thank you for your time.


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Try a standalone version.

KB3200970 is at www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=KB3200970

 

KB3201845 replaces KB3200970 as you saw. There isn't a standalone file that I could find.

 

KB3206632 has pre-requisite of needing (KB3199986). 

The standalone is at www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=KB3206632


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Nothing still does the same thing.I had tried that like a month ago and still didnt do anything.I had KB3199986 installed by the way.


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It couldn't delete anything cause it said they were used by another process.


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It deleted the file i restarted.Installed the standalone.When it told me to restart i restarted and then did the same thing.Went to 17% and failed.


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The first troubleshooter found 5 problems and fixed them but it would find them again after and fix them again.

 

The 2nd troubleshooter when the update wanted a restart it found one problem saying "service registration is missing or corrupt" not fixed.After i tried to restart so it would install the update it failed and after i checked with it again it found 3 things that it fixed and one not fixed  "saying potential windows update database error detected".

 

Sfc scannow found no problem


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Seems to be fixed thank you.You can close it.I'll reopen it if anything happens.


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