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Windows Upgrades in a loop HELP

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by The Villan, Feb 10, 2013.

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  1. The Villan

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    Grrr getting so angry. Every time I shutdown I get the same updates occurring. It seems to have got in a loop. Can anybody help me to stop this please.

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  2. Lance1

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    In the control panel under Windows updates, how do you have it set? Try disabling the windows update in services, restart the system and then re-enable it.
     
  3. The Villan

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    Thanks Lance. I tried that but it came back with the same updates
     
  4. Lance1

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    Take a look at this; MS Community It has a few options to try.
     
  5. The Villan

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    That link doesn't work for me Lance.
     
  6. Lance1

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    Have you gone into Windows Updates and set it to Never Check for Updates and un-check the two boxes under Recommended Updates and Who Can Install Updates. Have you tried System Restore?
     
  7. The Villan

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    System Restore! What will that do?
     
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    Do you mean that the link doesn't open?
    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...date-fix/1de18ead-185f-4466-8bee-4f307a214abb

    When did the problem begin? Sometimes an exact date is important.


    Have you had any other recent computer issues? When did the computer last work well? What changed? An update to a program [ anti virus; Adobe, Java, etc ]? Any recent hardware or software installs or removals? Any drivers updated?

    Please run this forum's system info utility & post the results. Knowing your system might be useful.
    ;)
    http://library.techguy.org/wiki/TSG_Valuable_links

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  11. The Villan

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    I do know exactly what retsore system mean. Howveer does this wipe data?
     
  12. The Villan

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    Running |Windows 7 |Home Premium 64 bit

    Acer X1440 PC witht AMD E2 1800 processor, AMD Radeon HD 7340 Graphics, 500 gig HD, 4gb DDR3 memory, Wireless LAN card in PC
     
  13. Lance1

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    No! System Restore will bring you computer back to a point prior to this issue and no date lost.
     
  14. The Villan

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    OK that's what I thought, but am very tired and do not want to make blunders.
     
  15. The Villan

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    Your links Rainforest do not work.
     
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