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Update problem

Sir I have a Desktop its features are
4GB Ram
2GB graphics card
500GB Hard disk
64bit operating system windows 7
Processor Intel Pentium G2030
Sir problem is that windows is searching updates forever first time it found the updates and I updated the recommended updates and after few days when I wanted to update optional updates it got started but was not downloading. Next day again I tried but also it was not downloading. After sometime the check for updates also got struck. I tried a lots lf updates but none could fix it Plzzzzzzz help.........
Windows 7

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Shaun Vermaak

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Is SP1 installed for Windows 7?
If not it is best to install this manually by first downloading locally
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Shaun Vermaak

Windows Update, WSUS etc. are mostly meant to keep systems operational patched. That is why you need to build images and periodically update it so that computers do not need to install 100s of patches.

It is also a valid solution to first get computer to the most recent service pack level manually if Windows Update, WSUS etc. fails
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