Hi, Did you try to install these updates manually? Step 1: Check the update history Let me know if the description of the updates that have failed status. This message is different on different makes and models. Do not turn off your computer. We do use Kaseya to do patch management and I have blocked this update in it. I think I went into shock when I saw my log on on the screen. When it came back up it was doing the thing about please wait while.
Waiting it out should be your first course of action. Reset the Windows Update Components, please refer the following link. Or am I being led down an incorrect path for resolution?. It said there that there were updates waited to be downloaded so I clicked on that and then selected the updates clicked down the bottom. A few last resort items to try in order and from the Recovery Console. I did a chkdsk from the command prompt, some corrupted system files were found and repaired. We've had no reported failures to here in the five years since Win7 was released, after helping tens of thousands of users do them.
You'll not even experience Win7 native performance until you do what most tech enthusiasts do and Everything needed is in the blue link to get and keep a perfect install. If it still can't work, please help us collect the cbs. There's a world of difference here! You can also check that key with these and this if these two show up the same key then it has to be right and I would contact Microsoft by phone to sort things out and unless you get someone who is really pedantic then they are usually obliging. And please try to refer to following link to reset the Windows Update Components. Since there are only around 50,000 files in the Winsxs folder excluding manifest files this means that 35% of your system files are either damaged or missing.
If yes, please unplug all the removable media. If you're able to get 2 to run without error, then just skip the 3 step entirely. I tapped the mouse and the monitor came to life. Click the Download button, and save the update to your desktop. I checked the update history and there were a few that had failed to update. But do try Brinks tutorial first.
Tried going into windows update to 'uncheck' the update but it won't list all these updates that fail. I had been doing some cleaning and updating of drivers and software, windows updates were not included in this, and everything was fine, until one of my. I am running a Dell OptiPlex 745 with windows 7 pro 64bit. If all methods can't work, please help us collect the cbs. I tried the readiness tool in safe mode too but it didn't like that either. Be sure to not apply any Windows Updates via the Windows Update process until this is complete. It tries to install on start and fails and ends up rebooting 3 times before I get into Windows.
So I unchecked it and hid it from future updating. If you have feedback for TechNet Subscriber Support, contact. After I get this message I do boot correctly into Windows and my system runs ok. I was about to start preparing for the re-install, when I heard a familiar sound coming from my pc. How do I reset Windows Update components? I shut it down and decided to just do a restore. I tried the scan sfc only to get yet another error There is a system repair pending which requires reboot to complete.
Installed the updates and rebooted and it got through 100%. I'd like to start with some background information. This required me to install updates again. Warning: Ensure spaces are in the command and the forward and back slashes are just as typed. Do not turn off your computer. Step 3: Run Windows Update Troubleshooter Step 4: The update is not installed successfully, you receive a message, and the computer restarts when you try to install an update in Windows Vista and Windows 7 Regards, Thanks that worked for me although I did not need to go to the Microsoft download website. .
I followed all kinds of procedures on even more forums but no solution. Once this file is renamed, then a new file will be created on the next Windows Update attempt but if you have to run this option to fix the issue, it may be best to do 5 before applying any new Windows Updates. Thanks in advance Hi, As a first step of troubleshooting, I would suggest you to check the updates history to see if there are any updates that have a failed status and let me know the description of those updates. Here are some ways may help you solve the problem. A total of 8 fail to install every night. You can do this by holding the power button for 5 to 8 seconds until the screen goes black, and then pressing the power button again.
If you still have trouble getting 2 to run from the Recovery Console, then try running the below command when logged onto Windows normally from the command prompt run as administrator. I tried every suggestion I found out there. Just found a potential solution here. You can fix this by installing each update one by one until you find the culprit. Now two options either ask Dell to what i would do first is reply in the clean install tutorial the authour Brink is a top bloke and if he doesn't know what to do then no one would give that a shot first.