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How to clear Vista Update Catch using CMD

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Hello Guys I forgot, can someone tell me the CMD commands for deleting vista update catch?
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How-to Clear the Windows Update Cache  
 
Open the Command Prompt.
·          Click Start, click All Programs, and click Accessories.
·          Right-click Command Prompt, and select Run as administrator.
·          Click Continue if prompted to do so.
 
Rename the cache folder.  
·          Type the following, and press Enter after each line:
        net stop wuauserv  
        ren %systemroot%\SoftwareDistribution SoftwareDistribution.OLD  
        net start wuauserv  
        exit  
 
Check for Windows Update.
·          Click Start, click All Programs, and select Windows Update.
·          Click on Check for updates.
·          Once the search is complete click on View available updates.
·          Locate the update for the Windows Update Agent, and install only that update.
·          If it installs successfully proceed with installing the other updates as usual.
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