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windows 7 update problem - as UN-usual

Posted on 2016-10-13
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well - i installed windows 7 ultimate fresh 64 bit + SP1 + IE11 without problems
i installed the update agent fine
but when i tried to install the other update :kb/3102810, it starts searchin for updates - and continues to do so for already 6 hrs???

what should i do - or did i do something wrong?
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1) Cancel Update installation.
2)Restart your PC
3) Boot PC
4) Disable your network card/remove the cable or stop wifi.
5) Try to install your update again
6) Is it Working?
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it says this update is not for this pc??? i downloaded the 64 bit version as is hould, and even did a second download of it
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after a minute, it says : pc needs to be restarted
i restart it, and t asks for installing the KB -  and does so without problem

it is searching now for updates
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So i guess my solution worked ?

BTW there is a bunch of updates that i installed last time on a new Windows 7 Sp1 PC before the update started to work as it should dont have the info right now but there where like 5-7 KBs to fix the windows updater...
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yes john - it is working now - 177 updates available for install
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