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Hello, My computer will not allow me to turn on the windows automatic updates.
Part of the issue was that I found out that I had a virus so I was able to run full scan and got rid of the virus atleast I hope so. I then tried your magical solution and now Windows update is automatic and, so far, none of the other problems have returned. I am repairing a friends computer and this was the final step in resolving her PC issues. I copied all of the files, with the exception of one that would not allow me to move it or delete it, and once I rebooted the PC, I went to the update site and started downloading and installing the updates.
Arun's little trick has very noticeably speeded up my Windows Explorer opening and other tasks on my computer. Steps I had to take: Install IE8 Turn off Automatic Updates Restart to Safe Mode (F8) Rename Software Distribution to Software Distribution 2 Restart normally.
Turn on Automatic Updates In about 10 minutes the little yellow shield appeared in the lower right corner of the screen, notifying of updates available.
Time Required: Changing how Windows updates are downloaded and installed should only take you a few minutes at most.
Note: Microsoft made changes to the location and wording of Windows Update and its settings almost every time a new version of Windows was released. Beginning in Windows 10, Microsoft simplified the options available to you regarding the Windows Update process but also removed some of the finer control you may have enjoyed in earlier versions.
screen is for: Give me updates for other Microsoft products when I update Windows: This is pretty self-explanatory.After following both procedures (on a virtualbox I reset back to the same snapshot) I still had the hung update search. I have no idea what update got everything sorted out but using this sledge hammer I was able to get a bunch downloaded and installed.Then did a normal windows update and it had another ~30 and I was all up to date again :)I'm just duplicating my comment I posted in thread for similar question here for the benefit of others struggling with this: I just spent couple of days in company of old laptop with 2GB of RAM and can confirm that issue seems to be x64 poor hardware/insufficient RAM specific.easy depends on how Windows Update is configured to download and apply updates.When you first turned on your new computer or were finishing your Windows operating system install, you told Windows Update how you wanted it to act - a little more automatic or a little more manual.