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Auto restart was checked, warning about UAC was displayed & windows update is displaying a restart is needed to complete update. Reports: · Posted 3 years ago Top alamiss Posts: 76 This post has been reported. Guess this is the site and blog which helped me to get this issue fixed.Excellent and Thanks. reinstalling windows update tool doesn't work either.

At first I thought of malware despite the person insisted it was not possible and that it happened since the beginning, anyway I decided to restore the PC again to its I shut it down and increased the number of processors again, from 2 to 4, and saw a corresponding increase in the effects: a great deal of continuing activity in Task Reply da Masta AceNovember 20, 2016 at 11:24 pmPermalink Thank you, Thank you! share|improve this answer edited Aug 20 '16 at 20:24 Peter Mortensen 7,364135281 answered Sep 4 '15 at 11:27 EMcNamara 451 1 How would this solve the problem? why not find out more

Windows Vista Service Pack 1 Will Not Install

Reply NeilPost authorJune 8, 2016 at 9:24 amPermalink Is it giving the same error ? Thanks I've downloaded and installed about 6 times. If you like you can change Windows Update settings back to automatic when you've finished applying updates. Reply Ed AlfordDecember 14, 2016 at 1:56 amPermalink OK, I'm trying opt 4 since nothing else works.

I went back to the manual file and clicked on it to install and this time it installed. (First time this had happened - before this procedure, I had tried at If Service Pack 1 is not installed, install it before following this guide. Once booted install KB-3138612, if reboot is required do so and stay disconnected from internet. Windows 7 Sp2 It should auto restart if you had checked the check boxes as shown above.

I put old motherboard back and still same problem!Swapped out processor and cmos battery,no help! Checking For Updates Stuck Windows 7 Reply Nicholas RoseDecember 22, 2016 at 12:26 amPermalink Been following this process from the beginning following the reinstall of Windows 7 Pro x64 from an external drive image backup. Installing ..\w61-x64\glb\Windows6.1-KB2639308-x64.msu… Installing update 3 of 9 (stage size: 80)… Verifying integrity of ..\w61-x64\glb\Windows6.1-KB2670838-x6 Warning: Hash files ..\md\hashes-w61-x64-glb.txt and ..\md\ha t found. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2191658/product-key-work-sp1-sp1.html Run "Windows Update" – click "Change settings" and set it to "Never check for updates".

I just had to be patient. Windows 7 Updates RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY TRIVIA Search The How-To Geek Forums Have Migrated to Discourse How-To Geek Forums / Windows Vista (Solved) - Can't Install Vista Service Pack 1 (5 Can you post the log file?It should be in the log folder. I followed steps 2 and 3 to get out of the endless loop.

  1. Thanks Jim Raymond Reply AlanDecember 27, 2016 at 8:43 pmPermalink Hi - thanks for putting up this page.
  2. Reply JohnOctober 22, 2016 at 2:24 pmPermalink Great solution!!!!!!!
  3. And that's it, this finally solved the problem in my case!
  4. I spent countless hours trying to get windows update to work on a fresh install of SP1 in a vm and this was the only thing that worked. –Matt Jan 14
  5. Thanks!!
  6. Thank you!!!!!
  7. You will require internet explorer to open that page.
  8. Please try the request again.
  9. Should be only 50 or so updates left to install.============================This is the only solution that worked for me.
  10. Check your power options If your PC/laptop is using a lot of memory, you won't be able to use it while checking for updates and even if you leave it whenever

Checking For Updates Stuck Windows 7

You are my hero! Get More Information Go to the "Services" tab, click to select the "Hide all Microsoft services" check box (at the bottom of the window), and then click "Disable all".  Click "OK", and then click Windows Vista Service Pack 1 Will Not Install but i dont know if i could uninstall all this stuff ? Kb3102810 particularly on a long thread like this where you have to scroll way down to get here.Question 1) While this worked it in then took almost 3 hours to download and

Thanks very much!Note that in a steps 2.1 and 2.2, you have to "Disable Windows Update Agent Before Installation". Do you know of any way to get a list of all these and have them pre-downloaded and maybe on another drive somewhere to that I can more quickly reload with run the second part (update), and program seem to be stuck after the msg "Listing ids missing updates …." - script is still running (more than 3 hours of running and Reply Neil MahasethPost authorJuly 28, 2016 at 5:46 amPermalink Method 4 can take a lot of time. Kb3125574

All of this was after a system re-installation. I then installed each of these updates manually. Now, when I try to check manually for Windows Updates it just hangs on the Checking for updates screen. I'm including them here in case they were still a part of the solution.

I made a nice Donation! Windows 7 Service Pack 2 clients are too long time to download update from wsus. Please check in updategenerator.exe which os version and architecture you had selected.

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In my case I went back and did a fresh Win 7 (SP1) install on my Dell, formatting the hard drive as well as deleting partitions previously created. Reply GaryNovember 25, 2016 at 7:07 pmPermalink Where is the "clients folder" once the download completes? I left it a while, then once again the little yellow windows update shield appeared on the shutdown button! Windows Service Pack 1 However I have lately found that this happens on every fresh windows 7 install, where it didn't used to.

Reply Neil MahasethPost authorJuly 20, 2016 at 6:52 amPermalink People have reported it took them 3+ hrs to finish the installation process. Both CPU and memory usage rose and fell constantly. Even though it doesn,t show up on CP when you shut off and restart the sign in ID for wouttempadmin plus password comes up. Thanks again.

I uninstalled some craps coming with the notebook and installed some basic purpose software like 7zip, VLC, an antivirus, etc. (all free software from secure sites or paid versions not cracked After numerous website "solutions", this was the only one that actually worked! As for issue 2, that one just requires you to manually install some specific updates which also isn't mentioned here. Reply Tamer AbdelazizDecember 8, 2016 at 2:32 pmPermalink Hi I'm having troubles updating my windows 8.1 ..

Our company have so many win7 clients cannot install the updates correctly but for win10 clients they can easily to be installed the patches.We got many clients stuck on checking update I have a Dell Latitude D620 that I am getting"invalid configuration information,please run setup program" The problem started right after motherboard replace! Reply GuyJuly 22, 2016 at 6:56 amPermalink That is where I thought it would be, but it only contains a .txt file named dummy that is blank. This is my first time buying Windows legitimate, and this is how Microsoft repays me… ;).… Installing Windows 8.1 / Server 2012 R2 Update Rollup Nov. 2014… Installing update 1 of

Using herculean amounts of patience. Reply Gladu2December 27, 2016 at 10:25 amPermalink Netboygold suggestion worked for me in Windows 8.1 but before I could install the standalone KB3102812.