If the error persists then try to follow some other methods given below. I'm not techie enough to check all of the back-door logs that you checked, but I've had a very similar problem for about a month, and trouble installing many of the updates you were having trouble with. Windows updates are provided to improvise the overall performance and security of the entire system. After your system restarts, you can try these methods. It has been 10 days since my last post.
I really appreciate all your efforts in trying to fix this issue. Check the boxes before the updates you want to install, click on Install and click again on Install in the next window and the process of installing starts. Restore your system to the last restore point. Method 2: Install the system updates in a clean boot state There may be some service or functionality that causes the error. I certainly understand your concern and will try my best to help you.
He's just probably too busy counting all of his money though. Select Start, All Programs, Windows Update, Change Settings. They all installed successfully except for one, which I had to install separately. Since there are some errors that are just a matter of bad timing. I tried to decifer the answers provided on a Microsoft Forum with no success. So I cut that remaining installation in half again.
You should let the process proceed without interruption. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. It will lead you through to fix the error. For any queries, doubts or suggestions regarding the topic, feel free to comment down in the Comments section below. Will update when I have a fix. Follow these steps in order to clear the cache and solve the problem: Step-1: Press the Windows logo key + R key simultaneously to trigger the Run dialog box.
Please upload to your OneDrive formerly Sky Drive , share with everyone and post a link here. If issue persists, you can write to us and we will be glad to assist you further. If the error still persists then try some other methods given below. I'm not sure what else to do. This error occurs while trying to update the system. Many thanks for any ideas on where to go next. Thanks for your listening ear.
I followed all kinds of procedures on even more forums but no solution. In this case, you can restore your Windows to a restore point or reinstall your operating system. Many Windows users are reporting this. None that I can remember. Now is your updates really needed or you may ignore it. Hope this helps, Gerry Hi, Based on my research, please try the following: 1. Also, it was not even marked as Important under Windows Updates but as Recommended.
Step-2: Now select Selective startup and un-tick Load startup items. While some error codes are easy to troubleshoot, others require more intricate steps. Hi, I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit I've not been able to install updates for about 3 weeks. To do so, select Normal startup on the General tab, and enable all the services listed on the Services tab. Use System Restore If none of the above methods helped you enough, you should try this one.
How should I resolve this issue? Or maybe just hold out on any updates and upgrade to Windows 10? However, even if I go into safe mode after resetting from the switch, the message comes up. Considering how long multi-tasking has been around, however, your suggestion that we avoid it during downloads suggests that Win 7 consists of a large scoop of vaporware. If the issue persists, follow method 2 Method 2: Please refer to the article given below and check if that helps. Try to follow this article till the end to overcome this issue quickly. Therefore, it is essential to regularly update your Windows. Hi , If you have tested the Hard Drive as suggested by ejn63 and confirmed that there is no issue, more likely the installed updates are causing problems during configuration at the start up.
Under Important Updates is a box showing the current setting. To do so: 1 Press Windows key and R key on your keyboard at the same time to invoke Run dialog. It restarted, and now always restarts to a screen saying 'Failure configuring windows updates, reverting Changes', and stays there permanently. Julian Hi, Regarding the issue, I recommend that you may try to download the update manually from the. I am experiencing the same problem attempting to perform multiple updates at a time.