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Can't update, repair or uninstall Dell Command Update on Windows 10

Q: Can't update, repair or uninstall Dell Command Update on Windows 10

Hello,
I've noticed broken fonts in Dell Command Update on my Latitude E6440, so I can neither update software or drivers nor uninstall command update.

Could anyone help me resolve this issue?
Additionaly, I have WiDi issues, but I'd like to resolve them by driver update. Unfortunately, I can't update anything using provided utility due to broken GUI.

A: Can't update, repair or uninstall Dell Command Update on Windows 10

victor.istomin,Thank you for notifying us about this issue. I have sent an email to the drivers team to resolve the page. For me to better assist in troubleshooting, please click my DELL-Jesse L and send me a Private Message with the Dell Service Tag number and your Dell Order number.You would click my name in blue, then on the next page in the upper right corner, click the words "send private message"

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Hello,first of all I am sorry for my bad English. Now about my problem. I have Dell Latitude 3350 laptop and everytime I search for drivers updates in Dell command update, Intel chipset device software update appears. I installed it, it says "succesfully installed", I restarted the laptop and then it appears again in Dell command update. Details of update: Version 10.1.1.9, A01, release date 17 Jun 2016, filename: Chipset_Driver_320CP_WN32_10.1.1.9_A01.EXE. Filesize 10 MB.And the same problem in Dell SupportAssist..it shows again and again Intel management engine components installer, version 11.0.0.1158,A00. Filename: Chipset_Driver_78C1C_WN32_11.0.0.1158_A00.exe. Filesize: 98 MB.So can anybody help me to resolve install problems of these updates, please? Thank you in advance for you reply.

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Hey Guys

I am attempting to repair a Dell Inspiron 5520 Laptop for a friend of mine.

He's been having issues updating it for sometime and when he called me he was having a "Windows update needs your help. Windows update hasn't been able to check for new updates for 30 days" pop-up appearing every few seconds that was rendering the laptop almost unusable.

I managed to stop that by disabling automatic updates.

When I attempted a manual update I got the message

Windows could not search for new updates: Error Found Code 80070BC9

Other times it would say it needed to be restarted and would go into a restart loop that was generally
Restart one - no message
Restart two - configuring updates - 33%, 67%, 100%
Restart three - failed to configure updates - reverting - restarting
Then would go to the normal login screen

I tried SFC /Scannow which seemed to work and say a restart is needed to implement changes but then fails on restart

DISM didn't work when attempting to run it from the machine but got to 100% when I ran it from my own Win8 install disk but then failed and needed a restart to undo the changes.

I also tried a repair and a restore of the current Windows installation but got:
Error Code: 80070490 both times

I'm really not sure what to try next, the laptop didn't come with an install disk or serial so it seems restoring it from external media may be out of the question?

Any help is much appreciated!

Cheers
Brian

A:Windows 8 on Dell Laptop fails to update,repair or restore

Try this Failed Update Error Code 80070bc9 - Microsoft Community

Fix It here from that article http://support.microsoft.com/kb/971058

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Hello folks - first post, so you have my apologies if I don't quite get the format correct.I did a search for this problem and didn't find anything - my apologies again if this type of problem has already been addressed.First of all, I'm running Windows Vista Ultimate with SP1 (32 bit) on a Dell Latitude D830 with 2.20GHz processor and 4GB RAM.A short while back, a command box has been flashing every twenty or thirty seconds with a heading having something to do with Windows Update (from what I can read, the cmd box comes and goes very quickly). This came with a Windows Security alert saying that the Windows Automatic Updates were disabled. When I attempted to re-enable automatic updates, I got the message[Window Title]Windows Security Center[Main Instruction]Security Center can't change your automatic updating settings. [Content]Change settings manuallyWhen I attempt to change the settings manually, I get the error:[Window Title]::{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}\::{36EEF7DB-88AD-4E81-AD49-0E313F0C35F8}\pageSettings[Content]Windows cannot find '::{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}\::{36EEF7DB-88AD-4E81-AD49-0E313F0C35F8}\pageSettings'. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again.[OK]I looked up the error messages online and found a variety of explanations from "this is a Windows error" to "this is a backdoor trojan."My first instinct was that it was a virus, so I ran a full Symantec Sc... Read more

A:Windows Update command box flashing/Automatic Update Disabled

Forgot to mentiion that when I try to manually use Windows Update, windows explorer flashes up for a fraction of a second, closes, and nothing happens.

I have the WindowsUpdate Log file saved for the past few days - there is a -ton- of information on it, but I don't get anything terribly usseful from it - let me know if I should post any of it.

Thanks again!

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I am supporting a Windows XP SP2 PC and have the error "the installation source for this product is not available. Please verify that the source exists and that you can access it".
I am the local admin and the domain admin. This error pops up when I try to reinstall Office (Office updates fail) or update QuickBooks or Adobe or any other program on there.

What do I need to do to repair the Windows Installer associations for the sources, without using the Installer Cleanup Utility to uninstall everything and reinstall everything?

Is there anything that can be done short of that?

Thanks for any help!

J5
 

A:Unable to uninstall, update or repair ANYTHING

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Hi - my Dell Command Update keeps telling me I have an update available (for XPS 13 9343)
But everytime I say to install it, it finishes saying "update failed".  I dont know what the update is but it's 184.1 Mb...
Does anyone know how to resolve this??
Thanks in advance!

A:Dell Command Update Failed?

JIMMYBII,
Click the link bellow for information about the Dell Command Update.
A guide to the Dell Command | Update Software

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iTunes 12.5x will not install on my Windows 10 desktop. I download the latest iTunes version and then get the error below, multiple times.

I read up on the error. The recommendation to cure the problem was to go to Programs, Uninstall, but instead Repair the Apple Software Update application.

I tried that, right-clicked to Repair ASU, but then I got a message saying that ASU was already uninstalled. I cannot now find Apple Software Update application to re-install it. I've looked all over the Apple and Windows download systems. No luck.

Can anyone help me with this problem ?

Thanks,

Clark

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I've seen several posts on this subject over time and have had a problem myself. This was my solution and it could help others.

I could not update Office 2003 to SP2. So, I tried repairing and I tried uninstalling. Kept getting message about process not finding install .msi file and cabs.

Then tried reinstalling, but got same message.

Appears MS treats updates to Office 2003 as patches. When repairing or uninstalling it looks for "patches." It apparently wants to roll back these "patches" to get at the repair or uninstall process of the original install.

MS keeps "patch" information in \Program Files\OfficeUpdate11 folder.

I went to that folder and found it was empty of .msi and update information. Apparently I had deleted the information (had a crash and restored a backup).

So I went into the registry to look for patches.

IMPORTANT - ALWAYS USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN WORKING WITH THE REGISTRY. DO A SYSTEM CHECKPOINT BEFORE YOU WORK WITH IT. IF THIS PROCEDURE FAILS, YOU CAN RESTORE THE CHECKPOINT

I ran regedit and went to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE;CLASSES;INSTALLER;PRODUCTS, I looked for the product code of MS Office 2003.

Product codes are 32-character hex keys. You can find the Office 2003 guid product codes in MS Knowledge base item 832672.

Once you find the product code in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE;CLASSES;INSTALLER;PRODUCTS, click on the 32-character code and if there is a PATCHES folder, click on it and see if the data information specifies... Read more

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Hi!
I purchased a Latitude E6500 (original delivery October 2009 w/ windows vista), with an installed Windows 10 Home Edition, from a Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher.
The Dell Product Support Page generated by the Service Tag says the "Product is not tested for Windows 10 upgrade" etc., etc.  
The Device Manager shows the majority of Device Drivers as being Microsoft 2006 vintage with the following exceptions.
All are Provided By & Signed By, Microsoft
All are Dated 10-29-2015 - Win 10 public release July 2015.
 
All are Version 10.0.10586.0
 
System Device - High Definition Audio Controller
System Device - Plug and Play Software Device Enumerator
Sound, Video and Game Controllers - High Definition Audio Device
DVD / CD ROM Devices
Speakers (High Definition Audio Device)
Microphone (High Definition Audio Device)

 
Can I use the "Dell Command | Update" tool to update all Drivers?
 
http://www.dell.com/Support/Article/us/en/19/HOW10760
 
Thank you.

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Hi all,
I have a HP pavilion dv3 and I have upgraded to and downgraded from windows 10 a couple of times now because of this problem.

The problem is that windows update makes an automatic update and screws the bootup, which gives an error saying 0x0000.... Memory could not he written.

Last 2 times I restored the computer to an earlier time, but this time there is no resort point!! Now I'm stuck with the blue screen flashing where what should be the logon screen.

Can someone please help me spot and delete the update? Or undo it somehow? I really have lots of software on it and do not want it to be deleted, so can't resest PC.

What can I do? Is there a fix to this logonUi application error? Please let Me know as it I'd slowing down my work!!

(I think that according to what I've read on other sites, the problem is with switchable graphics, whose driver was probably updated. So any help? Can I install another windows on top of this, uninstall update and then try booting?)

Thanks for reading through

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Using Dell Command Update on my XPS 13 9350, the Intel 100 series chipset driver ver. 10.1.1.13 keeps coming up as a recommended update and after installing it, and then checking again for updates, it comes up again as a recommended update, so the installation is not succeeding.  Having said that, it now appears in the update history (in the Command Update app) as having been installed 3 times, so what gives, Dell?

A:XPS 13 9350 Dell Command Update: Intel 100 series chipset driver 10.1.1.13 / Installation Doesn't Take

I have the exact same problem with my XPS13 9350.  All other updates have been installed via Dell Command Update.  I am trying to get the Dell DA200 adapter to work on vga and have read that the latest Intel 100 chipset drivers are needed.  It is not clear whether the the chipset driver is installed or not.

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windows update was canceled (purposely by teen) and now computer starts in repair mode.  We selected repair and message says could not be repaired and shuts down.  In recovery tools - tried to load to last known working version and no restore point is available.  Disks did not come with this computer (Dell Inspiron 1545).  Any help would be appreciated.

A:Windows 7 update was canceled boots to repair screen can't repair

You could try going into safe mode, hit F8 during boot up.  Not real sure but I would then go to windows update, it may see the bad load.  It is worth a try!
 
Phil

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I've been having the same problem as big0 
 Windows 7 update was canceled boots to repair screen can't repair
And in your post try a windows repair from windows disk i go to part b  step 6b but  System Recovery Options does not find Windows 7 operating system What do i do now 
 
Moderator Edit: Split from another topic to prevent confusion
Roger

A:Windows 7 update was canceled boots to repair screen can't repair Too

Hi, Is this the same computer as here?
http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/524720/startup-repair-loop/
 
Thank You
Roger

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be truthful to the public. I have been reading a lot about people ditching windows and going to Linux. I wonder why. wow I used to love and trust windows. now I don't know anymore. you all have become something other than wonderful like I used to think.
too bad. maybe I should learn Linux too. windows is probably a habit lots of people will learn to break. scary. Be honest about your updates. ty.

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In Windows 7, the normal way to start Windows Update is from Control Panel.

However, is there a way to start Windows Update by command line instead, in Win 7?
If someone knows, please put the exact command in your reply.
Thanks in advance.

A:Windows Update by Command Line

You can try the free tool WuInstall (WuInstall), the command is wuInstall /install for installing all pending updates (respective /search for searching or /download) for just downloading.
With /criteria or /match, you can select certain updates.

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Need to open windows update, but it's not where it used to be and I can't use the start button.......
How can I open it?

A:Launch Windows Update from Command line?

I found it C:\Windows\System32\control.exe /name Microsoft.WindowsUpdate

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I hope someone has a solution for this. A while back I installed Windows XP KB931836-x86-enu.exe which is the daylight savings time fix on a couple hundred workstations. I have one workstation that the time did not move forward an hour. The time zone under date and time properties is correct and automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes is selected. Resetting the clock works until the next day, then it resets to an hour before the correct time. I tried reinstalling the update, but get the message that itís already installed. I went to add/remove programs to try an uninstall and itís not there! I went into the Windows folder looking to see if the uninstall file might be there, but itís not.
Any suggestions?

Comp specs: Windows XP sp2, has all Windows updates
 

A:can't uninstall Windows DST update

How about going into Date and Time Properties > Internet Time and uncheck 'Automatically synchronize with an internet time server'. That's probably how the clock is getting reset.
 

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After compiling all my drivers, I noticed that the video driver page offers to downloads as seen here Intel GMA High Definition Graphics Driver Driver Details | Dell US

Do I just need the update package or will I need to install the hard drive option below it as well?

A:Dell Video Driver update or hard drive update?

Hi ... That is just a Driver for your Graphics Installs on the Hard Drive ...

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kb:2823324

CANNOt find the wusa.exe on my lenovo even though I go through the command prompt. I need to run this to get my laptop up and running, MS windows home edition, 64 bit version, is there a specific wusa for 64 bit,

any help would be great

thanks

A:WUSA.exe on Windows 7 to uninstall MS update

Hi Verde777 and welcome to Seven Forums.

What are you trying to exactly?

Also I see you have no Anti-Virus

I would recommend putting one on there is a lot of free ones that are good out there.

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I certainly would have never installed this on purpose; but, this Windows 2000 Update Reminder is giving me hell with it's popping up all the time. And to make matters worse, it has popped up seven or eight times and there are no updates available.

How do I get rid of this thing?
 

A:How to uninstall this Windows Update Reminder?

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My screen started freaking out today. The display gets all wavy and weird and then it goes black, then after 10 seconds its back to normal then it goes haywire again. The only difference I have between yesterday and today is that I installed a windows automatic update. My computer has two different video chips, an integrated video card and a nvidia card. This problem only effects the nvidia but when I reboot using integrated video, I have no problems. I suspect something in the windows update is messing with my nvidia display drivers but I am not sure. How do I determine what the last automatic update was and remove it? Also, how do I make sure that that update never downloads again?
 

A:How do I uninstall my last Windows automatic update?

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Hello Experts,

I am trying to uninstall Windows Update which was done recently in order to fix an issue but when I uninstall it and reboot my system it always gets installed back again. I also disabled the automatic update and deferred it also, I even disconnected my PC from internet and then tried to uninstall it but every time I reboot after uninstalling, these updates always get installed back again especially the security related updates.

Any clues ?

A:Unable to uninstall windows update

Hi synny10rocz,

Welcome to the 10forums.

Try to hide the updates
Windows Updates - Hide or Show in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums

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I was trying to install Windows 10, and halfway through the process it stops, saying the following needs to be removed... "HP Client Security Manager' and 'associated programs"... so i remove the 5 or 6 programs and then last try to remove the Client Security one... and i get the following error, which stops everything:  (here's a screenshot)  (more questions after picture, scroll down)  i'm wondering if this is actually a Hewlett-Packard product that was downloaded because it says "HP Inc" instead of others that say "Hewlett-Packard Company".  How do i get rid of this so i can download the free Windows 10?  Thanks for any help! 

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Hello Experts,

I am trying to uninstall Windows Update which was done recently in order to fix an issue but when I uninstall it and reboot my system it always gets installed back again. I also disabled the automatic update and deferred it also, I even disconnected my PC from internet and then tried to uninstall it but every time I reboot after uninstalling, these updates always get installed back again especially the security related updates.

Any clues ?

A:Unable to uninstall windows update

Hi synny10rocz,

Welcome to the 10forums.

Try to hide the updates
Windows Updates - Hide or Show in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums

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Hello all.
Running windows 10 pro 64 bit.
I've updated from Version 1511 to the anniversary update, 1607.
Or at least, I thought I did.
The update went well, no hiccups, no errors. Used windows update, let it downloaded and install and rebooted. Alas, system still shows OS Version 1511.
Used update again, same thing, rebooted, 1511.
Went to the windows site, downloaded the windows10upgrade9252.exe, ran it, same exact issue, rebooted, still showing version 1511.
Error logs show no issues. Disabled all external drives, turned off anti-virus, etc, repeated, rinsed, rebooted, still version 1511.
Only think I've not done is burned an ISO to DVD and updated from that.
Any clues as to what's going on?
Thanks!
Nelson Davis

A:windows 10 update from version 1511 to 1607 anniversary update - does not update

Can you check to see what OS version you have? Check in settings > system > OS build. It should show something like 14393.5 or 14393.10

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My laptop (running Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit) has recently been failing to boot properly after updating Windows, and it always goes into startup repair after booting incorrectly. I can get my laptop to work by halting start-up repair and restoring to a point before windows updated, but I'll just encounter the same problem later when Windows updates again. Is there any way to fix this, and how would it be fixed?

A:Windows Update and Startup Repair

Are you running any antivirus or firewall software? It might be interfering with the update process. Try uninstalling it first.

You'll need to install the updates one by one until you find which update is causing the system to crash. Once you find it, just right click the update and choose hide update.

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1.  Windows 10 upgrade completed and computer worked OK until it ran automatic updates.
2.  Now system tries auto repair at startup, cannot repair, then gives option to troubleshoot.
3.  System restore not an option.
4.  Go Back to previous build will not work.
5.  Reset of PC will not work.
 
Assume I will need to reinstall to factory default, but first need to copy user files.
 
1.  When going to command prompt, users, I only see public user so I don't see user documents to copy.
 
Right now main problem is to save user files and then reimage.
 
Does anyone have ideas of how best to copy user files so that I can move on with factory recovery.

A:Windows 10 cannot auto repair after update

Download Fatdog64. Burn the iso to disk by right clicking on a Windows 7 and later computer and selecting burn disk image. You can use Rufus with the iso to create a bootable USB flash drive. Backup any data on the flash drive first. Depending on your computer, attach the flash drive and tap the key to bring up the boot menu and select the flash drive or DVD drive.
 
At the Fatdog64 desktop you will see your hard drive partitions in the lower left labeled sda1..sda2..etc. Clicking once on the sdaX icon will open a File Manager. If you do not see your Windows files close out the window and select another sdaX partition. For Windows 10 the partition may be sda3. 
 
Once you have selected the correct partition attach a USB flash or external drive to the computer. A USB icon will appear next your DVD drive if you have one. Click once on it to mount and open another File Manager Window. Drag and move both windows until they are side by side. You can resize the windows by left clicking and dragging a corner.
 
Highlight the files/folders you wish to copy by holding the Ctrl key + left clicking. You can also Left Click and Window around the files/folders. Once you have highlighted your files/folders drag them from the HDD Window to the USB external Window. A small dialog window will open. Select Copy and check the Quiet box.
 
http://distro.ibiblio.org/fatdog/web/
 
Fatdog64-702.iso
 
Edit: you only need to click once to open any folder.

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Hey all,

HP DV6700 just replaced vista and the old HDD with win 7 x 32 and a 840 evo SSD.

Runs well, much faster.

The only problem so far with the new install is windows update never finishes and the windows update "fix" from Microsoft comes up with am error, attached.

I ran the windows stand alone update and it has been running forever and never comes up with anything or shuts itself off.
Something isnt right.

The copy of 7 is 32 bit SP1. No VPN I am using a wifi router at home, nothing unusual, other computers update.
This always connects fine upon startup.

Thanks for any ideas.

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I have Dell XPS Q6600 with Windows Vista Home Premium 32 Bit.
I recently had a major startup failure, which the root cause is still unknown to me(but if I had to guess it was a virus). I tried several things to fix that issue and none of them resolved it, so I did a repair install off my Vista reinstall dvd, which installed service pack 1.
After the fresh install, I went to run windows update to catch up on the last 4 years of updates, and a few of the updates installed, but the majority did not. Each time I try to install the remaining 89 updates I get 3 errors, Code 80070570, Code FFFFFFFE and Code 8007001F.
I have tried just installing 1 update at a time and get an error each time, I get Code 80070570 when I try a single update install.

Another problem that I have(that I assume is related) A few minutes after I startup my computer I get an error message that says "Host process for windows services stopped working and was closed".
I have read online for solutions and have tried many things(but am willing to try anything and everything again). I read about trying to manually install updates, or download them off the MS website. I was able to download and install Service Pack 2 by doing that, but still have 89 updates I need to install.
Any help or solutions would be greatly appreciated. And just let me know if there is any information you need from me.
 

A:Can't use Windows Update after a repair install

If you receive Windows Update error FFFFFFFE, it means that an update can't be installed because of a problem on your computer.
This problem is usually caused by a malware (malicious software) infection. To prevent your computer from becoming unstable, Windows won't install the update.
 

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I'd been struggling with my system freezing up and occasionally throwing the BSOD. The system would boot and run fine for about 2 minutes then it would act like it was being overtaxed, taking 30 seconds or more to respond to screen input. This is a i7 (64bit) processor with 4Gb of RAM and Process Explorer showed no appreciative activity. After hours of safemode tests removing and restoring countless third party services I found a informational error in the event log stating that the Windows Modules Installer had problems starting. So I disabled the WMI service and my system stopped freezing up ran just fine; however now windows Updates won't install. Obviously there is something wrong with the Windows installation subsystem; how do I repair this? I am running Windows 7 Pro

A:How to repair the windows update service

Here's the Services console Description of Windows Modules Installer (TrustedInstaller)
" Enables installation, modification, and removal of Windows updates and optional components. If this service is disabled, install or uninstall of Windows updates might fail for this computer. "

It should actually state " ... will fail for this computer " as TrustedInstaller is the Owner of all of the system files and if it's Disabled no updates will install.

With the WMI service still Disabled, open Windows Update in Control Panel.
Click the Change settings link in the left frame.
Click the drop down window under Important updates and set it to " Never check for updates (not recommended)"
Click OK and agree to the UAC prompt.

Now go back to the WMI service and set it's Startup type: to Manual.
How is the system behaving now ?

If the system is not stable now, then do not do any of the below steps. Instead, run the System File Checker since, according to your posted system specs, Service Pack 1 has not been installed yet - How to Repair Windows 7 System Files with System File Checker

If the system is stable, then go here, download, and save the Fixit - How do I reset Windows Update components
When the download completes close all open programs and web browsers.
With the system connected to the internet, run MicrosoftFixit50202.msi and choose it's Default mode.
Whether prompted to or not, restart the system after the Fixit finishes running.

Is the system ... Read more

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Hi,

I tried updating Windows Live Mail to the latest version using the web installer, but it kept failing and rolling back the installation. I then downloaded the full offline installer, but the same issue occurred.

I decided to uninstall Windows Live Essentials so I could try and install the latest versions of Mail and Messenger. The uninstall completed (or it seemed to), but while Messenger was gone, Windows Live Mail was still on my computer and functioning normally.

I then tried running the offline installer again. It didn't recognise that Mail was installed (as usually it says "the following programs will be updated: Mail") and the installation of Mail fails every time with one of the following errors: -






Quote:
Couldn't install these programs: Mail

An unknown error occurred.
Error: 0x00000001
Source: Mail


Or sometimes it's this one: -






Quote:
Couldn't install these programs: Mail

It looks like another program is preventing the installer from working.
Error: 0x80070643
Source: Mail


What this other program could be, I have no idea. The only apps that run in the background when I boot my PC are PS3 Media Server and Virtual CloneDrive and I've tried disabling those, but it doesn't help.

So I'm now stuck. I can't uninstall Mail because the uninstaller doesn't even recognise it as being installed. I can't update it because the install fails every time. Trying System Restore didn't h... Read more

A:Can't update Windows Live Mail or uninstall it

Hi! DJSigma, welcome to 7F

Click on the Start orb, and in the open search field type "REGSVR32 WUAPI.DLL" (without quotation marks) and press Enter.When you receive the "DllRegisterServer in WUAPI.DLL succeeded" message, click OK.
Please repeat these steps for each of the following commands:
REGSVR32 WUAUENG.DLL
REGSVR32 WUAUENG1.DLL
REGSVR32 ATL.DLL
REGSVR32 WUCLTUX.DLL
REGSVR32 WUPS.DLL
REGSVR32 WUPS2.DLL
REGSVR32 WUWEB.DLL
You may copy/paste these commands. Report back on how you did.

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After turning on my computer today, I noticed that the "shut down" icon in start menu had the familiar triangle referring to updates. I closed things down and selected it to "Shutdown and install updates". I keep my Windows as up to date as i can, so this was a recent update.

The problem is that upon starting the computer, I could get to the log in screen with both the Administrator and user accounts visible, but when attempting to select either one to log in, the screen flickers black once for a half-second, then kicks me back to the user select screen. How can i undo this last update without logging in? I tried inserting the windows disk to use the system restore feature, but it claims that "No restore points have been created on your computer's system drive" yet as far as I've seen, each update has been initiated with a "creating system restore point" loading bar, so how can this be? I've attempted logging in in safe mode as well. The same black screen, it just took longer before I got kicked back.

Any tips? Or additional information I can provide?

Edit - If possible, does anyone know of a program or command that can bypass the log in screen and immediately log in? Maybe if I could do that and get into the system itself, I could undo the upgrade on my user account. I've been looking online for a solution to this, and most of the solutions require being logged in to begin with, that's why I think bypassing the log in could help fix... Read more

A:Need to uninstall latest Windows update without logging in.

Well, you can use something like Hiren's Mini XP to remote edit the registry and create auto login keys for your system. Google "Auto login windows 7" and the links should point you to the correct keys to create/edit.

This doesn't sound like a log in issue to me though. It sounds more like corruption/hard drive failure. Run a chkdsk /r in recovery console and see if that helps.

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I have a nokia lumia 650 and after an automatic update my favorite app crashes every time I try to open it. I have uninstalled the app and re-installed it with no change. I want to go back to the firmware build from before the update.

A:How do I uninstall or restore after a windows 10 phone update?

Originally Posted by Windows Central Question I have a nokia lumia 650 and after an automatic update my favorite app crashes every time I try to open it. I have uninstalled the app and re-installed it with no change. I want to go back to the firmware build from before the update. Let your phone upgrade all your apps some hours, you can check progress in Store -> Dowloads.
Keep it plugged and under wifi coverage. Which Windows build you got? check it out in Settings -> info
Let we know your Win10 build, that's important

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Hello,

Hey have a couple quick questions...In my Windows directory I have a enormous amount of Windows Update Uninstall Files "$NTUninstallKB00000$" These look like they are uninstalls for all the updates, security and so on for 4 years now. Why would I need these I have never uninstalled a single update, I only update what is needed? And can I safely delete if unneeded?

I am running Windows XP Home SP2, CPU 1.70Ghz, 512 Ram. 84% Free Space

Also I have in my Windows Directory a folder named Installers...With 450 MB approx of .MSI files amd .MSP files., are these necessary? none have been modified or accessed in 2 or more years. Anyone know?

Tks
Cleaning House In California
Bratt
 

A:Solved: Windows Update Uninstall Files?

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It seems that windows update is not working after I Uninstalled KB3035583 to get rid of the Win 10 icon.
Win 7 ultimate SP1 on a Gigabyte GA-P43T-es3g board. I can go to the control panel and click on check for updates and all it checks for a long time and finally shows "windows 10, download and install! No other updates installed since 08/09/2015. I think have it set to "download but let me install". I have Office 2007 also so it should have updates for that too.
 

A:Windows Update not working after Uninstall KB3035583

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hello friend..

I cannot update windows 10 to anniversary update. Every time I check for update, this came out

"We couldn't connect to the update service. We'll try again later, or you can check now. If it still doesn't work, make sure you're connected to the Internet."

I am connected to internet, Mozilla firefox is ok, utorrent is ok, everything is fine except windows update.
I have try disable the firewall, turn off windows defender, disable antivirus, none of it work.
I downloaded windows10 update assistant, did not work.
I don't know what is blocking windows update form connecting to internet.

Any suggestion? or perhaps solution.

Thank You.

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Now spent over 8 hours on this and still no resolution. Tried SFC online and offline, Windows Update Troubleshooter, In-place install -- these all fail. I've checked TrustedInstaller, ran half dozen anti-malware apps -- nothing. System Restore, no change.

I do not want to do a clean install because I have old programs I need that no longer have install media. Any more ideas would be greatly appreciated!

A:Sfc, windows update, inline repair all fail

  
Quote: Originally Posted by walleyek


Now spent over 8 hours on this and still no resolution. Tried SFC online and offline, Windows Update Troubleshooter, In-place install -- these all fail. I've checked TrustedInstaller, ran half dozen anti-malware apps -- nothing. System Restore, no change.

I do not want to do a clean install because I have old programs I need that no longer have install media. Any more ideas would be greatly appreciated!


Do a repair install.

Repair Install

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I did a repair install of XP, and I thought that after that I would see tons of windows updates to install (because apparently the repair install reverts you?) But I checked windows updates and I don't see any - it says the windows is totally up to date. (Well, I did see a couple drivers, but nothing beyond that.)
 
Is this ok, or do I have to manually apply some updates or something? Computer properties says SP3 even though the xp cd I used for the repair install was an sp2 cd.
 
*confused*

A:After a repair install, is it ok if windows update has no updates?

Yes, Windows XP disks are confusing. The disks are so poorly worded and put together that many accidently press R and drop to console or do a destructive install when they wanted to do a non-destructive install. Recovery console is typically used to repair things that can't be fixed any other way such as fixmbr, fixboot, edit a config file, diskpart. However, in recovery console you can initiate a system restore from a restore point through the recovery console by using the command %systemroot%\system32\restore\rstrui.exe will repair the pc from an earlier date.
 
After pressing enter and pressing F8 for the agreement you get to the window you need to be on. From there is the big decision to do a destructive install or try a R for repair install, which generally should only reinstall windows OS and leave everything intact. If there isn't a R option on that page then the disk itself doesn't have that option or, the OS is completely destroyed and it can't even detect a windows OS installed. That might be due to a MBR corruption of some sort. Which is the reason to have a recovery console to try to repair issue's like that.
 
Sometimes the disk will complain that what's installed differs from the disk. Generally you want to use the same disk that was used to originally install the OS. You can sometimes get around this using a disk that matches the OS. Since it's a non-destrcutive reinstall in theory it shouldn't touch the sp2 or the sp3. It should only replace the cor... Read more

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Windows 7 Update taking forever to find new updates? Here's how to fix it, at least until the next patchday (probably August 8).
Thanks to Jim Kim for finding this. (source)

Here's how to check whether or not you have an update already installed in Win7:
1. Open Windows Update control panel
2. Click "View update history" on the left
3. Click the link for "Installed Updates"
4. In the upper right corner of the window, the search bar should now say "Search Installed Updates". There, start typing the number of the update you want to look for, including the KB. For example, type KB3168965 - typing 3168965 will not work, you have to start with KB.

In my particular case, of all of the updates listed on that page I was only missing KB3168965 and KB3164033 on my Win7 x64 volume, and Windows Update was taking forever to find updates. Installing them fixed the issue.
 

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1.  Windows 10 upgrade completed and computer worked OK until it ran automatic updates.
2.  Now system tries auto repair at startup, cannot repair, then gives option to troubleshoot.
3.  System restore not an option.
4.  Go Back to previous build will not work.
5.  Reset of PC will not work.
 
Assume I will need to reinstall to factory default, but first need to copy user files.
 
1.  When going to command prompt, users, I only see public user so I don't see user documents to copy.
 
Right now main problem is to save user files and then reimage.
 
Does anyone have ideas of how best to copy user files so that I can move on with factory recovery.

A:Windows 7 Recovery, cannot auto repair W10 after update

Download Fatdog64. Burn the iso to disk by right clicking on a Windows 7 and later computer and selecting burn disk image. You can use Rufus with the iso to create a bootable USB flash drive. Backup any data on the flash drive first. Depending on your computer, attach the flash drive and tap the key to bring up the boot menu and select the flash drive or DVD drive.
 
At the Fatdog64 desktop you will see your hard drive partitions in the lower left labeled sda1..sda2..etc. Clicking once on the sdaX icon will open a File Manager. If you do not see your Windows files close out the window and select another sdaX partition. For Windows 10 the partition may be sda3. 
 
Once you have selected the correct partition attach a USB flash or external drive to the computer. A USB icon will appear next your DVD drive if you have one. Click once on it to mount and open another File Manager Window. Drag and move both windows until they are side by side. You can resize the windows by left clicking and dragging a corner.
 
Highlight the files/folders you wish to copy by holding the Ctrl key + left clicking. You can also Left Click and Window around the files/folders. Once you have highlighted your files/folders drag them from the HDD Window to the USB external Window. A small dialog window will open. Select Copy and check the Quiet box.
 
http://distro.ibiblio.org/fatdog/web/
 
Fatdog64-702.iso
 
Edit: you only need to click once to open any folder.

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I recently upgraded a work laptop to Win 7 Enterprise for Direct Access. I changed the two registry keys from "Professional" to "Enterprise", ran an upgrade from my new Win7 Ent SP1 disk with no problems. All my installed programs and
printers worked fine. I had to do lots of updates after the upgrade and everthing worked except the upgrade of IE 9 to 10 and 11. The offline installer of IE 10 fails too. I find no references to this problem in posts regarding the repair upgrade of Win 7
Pro to Ent. Please help!

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Hi Folks

I an really, Really, REALLY getting annoyed with this.

This thread details the history of the issues over the past few weeks ... Black Screen after Windows Update (Windows 10) See in particular posts #17 and 18 of that thread.

I finally managed to get my Windows 10 installation working and eventually get it back to something like it was before the update borked the machine.

Now, the machine has reverted to its "repaired" state of a few days ago after a restart - all of the changes I made to the start menu and getting 'My Documents' and 'My Pictures' to point to the correct locations have been reset.

Can anyone say what is going on with this machine and OS installation?

It is doing my head in!

Art

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I have a computer that seems to be infected with the "Windows XP Repair"-virus.
I started following this http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/virus-removal/remove-windows-xp-repair guide but I ran into the problem where TDSS can't remove a threat it has found and MAMD can't update it's database.
I'm posting this via my own Mac since the PC doesn't allow me acces to the internet.
I ran Rkiller which has brought back the icons on my desktop but not in startmenu or anywhere else.

After running into the problem where TDSS can't kill the threat I continued with an other guide advising me to get a DDS-log and a GMER log which I'm now posting here:

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DDS (Ver_2011-06-23.01) - NTFSx86
Internet Explorer: 7.0.5730.13
Run by Marc at 13:46:41 on 2011-06-26
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition 5.1.2600.3.1252.32.1043.18.255.45 [GMT 2:00]
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AV: AVG Anti-Virus Free *Enabled/Updated* {17DDD097-36FF-435F-9E1B-52D74245D6BF}
.
============== Running Processes ===============
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C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost -k DcomLaunch
svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs
svchost.exe
C:\Program Files\AVG\AVG9\avgchsvx.exe
C:\Program Files\AVG\AVG9\avgrsx.exe
svchost.exe
C:\Program Files\AVG\AVG9\avgcsrvx.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
svchost.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\ArcSoft\Connection Service\Bin\ACService.exe
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A:Infected with Windows XP Repair MAMD can't update

Hello Victim, Welcome to Bleeping Computer.
My name is fireman4it and I will be helping you with your Malware problem.

Please take note of some guidelines for this fix:
Refrain from making any changes to your computer including installing/uninstall programs, deleting files, modifying the registry, and running scanners or tools.
If you do not understand any step(s) provided, please do not hesitate to ask before continuing.
Even if things appear to be better, it might not mean we are finished. Please continue to follow my instructions and reply back until I give you the "all clean".
In the upper right hand corner of the topic you will see a button called Watch Topic.I suggest you click it and select Immediate E-Mail notification and click on Proceed. This way you will be advised when we respond to your topic and facilitate the cleaning of your machine.

Finally, please reply using the ADD REPLY button in the lower right hand corner of your screen. Do not start a new topic. The logs that you post should be pasted directly into the reply, unless they do not fit into the post.1. We need to remove AVG Antivirus. It will interfere with some of our tools we need to use in the process of cleaning your machine.Please download Appremover and run it to remove AVG.2. Please download a new copy of TDSSKILLERPlease download the TDSS Rootkit Removing Tool (TDSSKiller.exe) and save it to your Desktop. <-Important!!!Be sure to download TDSSKiller... Read more

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Great info at this site so I hope someone can help me out. First off: I am running Vista Home SP1 on a Toshiba Satellite A135 with 2GB Ram. About 6 months ago, the Windows Update of SP2 got stalled and did not finish. Since then Windows Update has not been (for the most part) updating. Additionally, Windows Explorer crashes at least 1 out of every 4 sessions. Another symptom is that the CPU usage unexpectedly spikes and the computer runs hot. I have ignored this as long as possible but tonite it made video playback on Netflix extremely choppy and that was the last straw.

Here is what I have googled and done over the last 6 hours to attempt to fix this (I know just barely enough about computers to be dangerous to myself). I suspected my machine needed an update:

1) Tried again to install Windows updates but failed. Got 80070017 error. Thought it might be a corrupted registry file. Stupidly, I ran a program called Error End that I found at wiki-errors.com. After the scan, I uninstalled Error End and went to CNET and found both Wise Registry Cleaner and Free Window Registry Repair. I had a ton of errors (1400 detected by Wise & 2000+ by FWRR) so I fixed them. Still no luck with Windows Update.

2) Found a post that made me suspect malware/virus which led me to a post on this forum. I then downloaded and ran rkill.exe with clean results. I updated Malwarebytes and ran full scan. Unfortunately, my ADD got the better of me and after 40 minutes running with 0 infections I st... Read more

A:Can't Windows Update; sfc /scannow can't repair files

Hi,

I too have the same issue with this t1033.ngr file.
I've tried to find a stand-a-lone speech rec. installer but can only pull up macros for it.

Thanks for any help.

The Path:
c:\Windows\Speech\Engines\SR\en-US\
c:\Windows\winsxs\amd64_microsoft-windows-s..chrecognizerenu.ale_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7600.16385_en-us_2a26b846c28f1791\

Report from SFC:
2011-12-07 13:40:14, Info CSI 000002dc [SR] Cannot repair member file [l:18{9}]"t1033.ngr" of Microsoft-Windows-SpeechRecognizerENU.ale, Version = 6.1.7600.16385, pA = PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE_AMD64 (9), Culture = [l:10{5}]"en-US", VersionScope = 1 nonSxS, PublicKeyToken = {l:8 b:31bf3856ad364e35}, Type neutral, TypeName neutral, PublicKey neutral in the store, hash mismatch

2011-12-07 13:40:15, Info CSI 000002de [SR] Cannot repair member file [l:18{9}]"t1033.ngr" of Microsoft-Windows-SpeechRecognizerENU.ale, Version = 6.1.7600.16385, pA = PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE_AMD64 (9), Culture = [l:10{5}]"en-US", VersionScope = 1 nonSxS, PublicKeyToken = {l:8 b:31bf3856ad364e35}, Type neutral, TypeName neutral, PublicKey neutral in the store, hash mismatch

2011-12-07 13:40:15, Info CSI 000002df [SR] This component was referenced by [l:288{144}]"Microsoft-Windows-Client-Features-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~en-US~6.1.7601.17514.Microsoft-Windows-SpeechRecognizer-Deployment-Lang... Read more

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A while back I installed Microsoft's FixIt for CVE-2013-3893 on my computers to protect against an active zero day exploit. Microsoft billed it as a temporary fix until they released the official solution through Windows Update, which they did. My question is, for this issue specifically, and generally, when Windows Update pushes out an update does that override Microsoft's fix it? In other words do I have to go back to each computer now and uninstall the FixIt or does the official update handle that automatically? If you know the answer can you please cite a source.

Thanks!

A:Uninstall a MS FixIt after the official windows update is released?

It's my understanding that when a permanent update is released it will automatically detect and uninstall/disable any temporary Fixits. I can't cite any specific sources other than my own personal experiences installing Fixits in the past, then installing permanent updates on top of the Fixits will no ill effects.

I guess if you'd rather not take a chance you could go back to the Fixit website and disable it yourself.

CVE-2013-3893: Fix it workaround available - Security Research & Defense - Site Home - TechNet Blogs

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Platform:  Windows 7 64 bit, SP 1
I hope I am not asking a silly question. I have booted my laptop many times since update 2823324 was installed. I realize that Microsoft is recommending that this update be uninstalled. But since my philosophy is "if it ain't broke, don't fix it", and since my laptop boots fine, should I uninstall this update anyway? Or should I leave it in place?
 
Thank you.

A:Windows update 2823324: Uninstall even if my laptop boots ok?

When quietman 7 posted that he unintalled it, and had not had a problem with the update, I uninstalled also. MS is not sure of the cause of the issue and I differed to a higher power. No issue with the uninstall or after...

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This is our 3rd attempt to update this laptop! We have done the following (3 times now) with the same failure to boot after the IE 11 install:
1) Boot with Windows 7 Pro (sp1) x64 CD and delete existing partitions. Create new partition and install Windows 7 Pro x64
2) Install DELL drivers for the PC (and reboot)
3) Perform Windows update (arduous task as there are 202 updates...takes hours to complete) (and reboot)
4) Install Acrobat / Flash / Java
5) Install Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7 x64 (and reboot)
On reboot system goes directly into repair mode!

In one attempt we just did Windows 7 Pro x64, then Dell drivers, then updates, then IE 11. Still same thing. After IE 11 finishes and reboots the system goes directly into repair mode (and fails to repair. Just wants to email Microsoft about this issue but
doesn't give a clue WHY it won't boot.)

ANY suggestions for a fix for this are appreciated. We need IE 11 on this machine as all the websites the user needs for work require IE 11 to be working.

Also, it would be nice to know what IE 11 install does that causes this fatal boot issue! If I boot into Command Prompt mode I can see the drive and all the files (shows up as D: and everything is there!)

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Hello, I've been have several issues with my laptop ever since I swapped over my faulty C drive by Ghosting it onto another HDD. My troubleshooters all fail to run when I try to start them and Windows Update will not work despite the fact that I've checked and re-checked that the service is running. I've run sfc twice now with reboots in between and I've tried to repair install windows 7 using the tutorial provided by this forum, but I keep running into errors while trying to fix the problem.

I do not want to run a clean install unless I absolutely have to, but repairing it doesn't seem to work. I have the CBS log and the error codes from the troubleshooters if you need them.

A:Windows 7 repair install failed; error when trying to run Update

Start by running a couple of Startup Repairs to make sure the boot files are in order.

Post back a screenshot of Disk Management - Post a Screen Capture Image - Windows 7 Help Forums.

Did the clone hold activation after cloning? Check at Computer>Properties activation link.

If these are okay, then let's move to addressing the UPdates. Try each of these tutorials:
reset Windows Update components
System Update Readiness Tool fixes Windows Update errors in Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 R2, and Windows Server 2008
Windows Update - Reset - Windows 7 Forums

Report back the results of each of these steps.

Is this the original Asus factory preinstall with the bloatware and duplicate utilities that have better versions built into Win7? If so this is a corrupt install to begin with that smothers Win7 native performance. So I'd stronglly consider doing the superior Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7 as you'd go from one of the worst possible installs to one of the best. Once you've done it you can preserve a backup image so you never have to do it again.

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Hi,
I'm unable to use windows update. I keep getting error 80073212 regardless of what I try. Please see Grrr.txt for all troubleshooting done on this topic.
Thank you for any help!

A:Windows Update error 80073712, Unable to repair

I've added my DISM.log, CheckSUR.log, and WindowsUpdate.log, if that helps. Any help is appreciated.

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Hello,
I play a lot of PC games, and in one particular game, I have been having a graphical glitch. This is apparently related to the Windows KB2670838 update, and many people on various forums have solved the problem by removing this update.
I first tried removing the update from 'Programs and Features -> Installed updates', but get an error 0x80073701 'referenced assembly not found'.
Instead I tried to uninstall using the command prompt 'wusu', then tried again in safe mode, and even tried uninstalling IE10, the apparent cause for this update in the first place.
None of these attempts have succeeded for one reason or another, and I wondered if anyone has any help?

A:Unable to uninstall windows update KB2670838, error 0x80073701

Rsstn welcome to SevenForums

when you ran wusa /uninstall /kb:2670838 did you run it inside an Elevated Command Prompt ?

Open up an Elevated Command Prompt. Click on in type CMD . Right click on CMD under Programs (1) choose . On the User Access Control window click on the Yes button . Command Prompt opens up to C:\Windows\System32>_

then type

wusa /uninstall /kb:2670838 and press <ENTER>

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Fast Windows update method after Fresh Install or Repair

Especially usefull for Engineers.

Try Using AutoPatcher. (download from this site www.9down.com)
and the latest is also available on Techspot

Autopatcher has monthly updates for XP, 2000, 2003 and x64.

download the updates starting with the full December 2005 through to Latest (usually last month). install each package starting with the full release but do not run autopatcher till you have installed all the downloads (autopatcher will append all the monthly updates and will install them all in one go).

Autopatcher allows you to select or deselect any update and will detect any updates you already have, it also installs updates like Java, msn messenger, macromedia flash player, aspi drivers, Latest windows media player, dotnet framework 1.1 and 2, and more.

Autopatcher also has useful tweaks and security settings, eg.. tweakui, show open with notepad on right click menu, put my computer,internet explorer,my documents, on desktop and more.

You simply select all the options you require then run autopatcher and it will do all the above and only restart one time when all operations are done.

As it is a stand alone program, you can copy the folder from program files directory and save to your USB flash drive, portable storage device, CD or DVD disk then execute the autopatcher.exe file to update any system you're working on.

Have Fun
 

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Windows update fails code 800700C1 SFC fails also
Hi,
I'm looking at a window 8.1 Sony PC , that has not been able to get an update for a year almost
140 Updates available - and they fail within 30seconds with an errorcode
800700C1

Looking into this Error I ran the SFC \scannow and it failed unable to repair files

I have attached the CBS (SR) log here

Any Advice welcome
 

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have been fighting the update errors for a month found this you tube video
very easy to follow it worked for me.
http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5r-h5CMJp_A

A:windows update not working deleting cache files and repair fix

A couple of points...

1) that fix will sometimes work - but many times, it won't

2) that is the hard way to do things (there are easier ways)

Much better to post details of your problems, and ask for assistance

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Hello,

Yesterday my laptop overheated, so I put it in a position to cool off and turned it on again 1 minute later. I went away and when I came back it was off (It clearly overheated again). I put it near my window and booted it up again and it booted into Startup Repair and ran its auto-fix (Which failed) and I went into System Recovery Options and I remembered that before it overheated the first time a Windows Update was qued. I figured it must have overheated the second time during the Windows Update. I tried 2 restore points and kept getting this error "An unspecified error occured during System Restore. (0x800700b7)".

However upon closer examination, the System Restore Options is telling me this "Operating System: Windows 7 on (D Acer". Note the D: - because I know for a fact my OS is indeed on D: (I checked using Command Prompt). The problem is System Restore is trying to restore the C: when it should be doing D:

I believe this to be the problem. I was wondering whether it is or isn't the problem, and how do I get System Restore to restore the D: and not the C:

(I have no backup disks of any kind so my personal files hang in the balance)

Thank you,

Lord Castabarus

A:Laptop keeps booting into Startup repair after failed Windows Update

Never mind, I've screwed it up even more now and it says winloaded.exe is unverified digital signature ect.

I'm just gonna buy a Windows 7 Repair Disk and hope it doesn't delete my files.

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Hello everyone

A couple days ago windows forced my computer to update the update didn't install correctly
Or is broken
When i start my computer i get a black screen with cursor
I know it is not a virus or a piece of malware or anything hardware related

Nothing works but i can access the repair thing
System repair dont work because of errors (ask and i will post them) (install disk cant repair either)
I dont want to lose my microsoft office 2010 for i dont have anymoney to buy a new copy
And its also been discontinued

Anyone know how to fix or replace the install only. so no programs or documents films or games are lost?

A:Windows 7 Wont boot and repair cant complete (Update fail)

Can you boot to Safe Mode?
What errors do you get from System Restore?
Have you tried Startup Repair? - what error messages did you get?

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I need help with the final steps for repairing missing SensLogn Registry Keys to perform Windows Updates. I have performed creating look.bat and look.bat2 see info below: What do I need to do next to resolve this issue? Thanks!

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\Notify]

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\Notify\WgaLogon]
"Logon"="WLEventLogon"
"Logoff"="WLEventLogoff"
"Startup"="WLEventStartup"
"Shutdown"="WLEventShutdown"
"StartScreenSaver"="WLEventStartScreenSaver"
"StopScreenSaver"="WLEventStopScreenSaver"
"Lock"="WLEventLock"
"Unlock"="WLEventUnlock"
"StartShell"="WLEventStartShell"
"PostShell"="WLEventPostShell"
"Disconnect"="WLEventDisconnect"
"Reconnect"="WLEventReconnect"
"Impersonate"=dword:00000001
"Asynchronous"=dword:00000000
"SafeMode"=dword:00000001
"MaxWait"=dword:ffffffff
"DllName"=hex(2):57,00,67,00,61,00,4c,00,6f,00,67,00,6f,00,6e,00,2e,00,64,00,\
6c,00,6c,00,00,00
"Event"=dword:00000000
"InstallEvent"="1.8.0031.9"

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A:How to Repair Missing "SensLogn" Registry Keys for Windows Update

Hello!Although, some of us, including me have the ability to edit the registry, I do not recommend doing this. The reason is because that editing the registry is dangerous.Using Registry Editor incorrectly can cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall your operating system. It cannot be guaranteed that problems resulting from the incorrect use of Registry Editor can be solved.

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BOOTING PROBLEMS Cannot even boot to safe mode with command prompt after failed windows vista updateCan't format laptop but couldn't even boot in command promptI installed some Windows Updates requested by Windows Vista, and when booting to terminate the installation... lights went out and now I cannot boot in:Safe modeSafe mode with networking Safe mode with command promptLast Known Good Configuration (advanced) Directory services restore modeShould I run System Restore?I DO NOT want to lose my data, or format the hard drive.When try to boot in Safe Mode what I get is the black windows "safe mode" desktop, and in the corners of the desktop "Safe mode" as usual but only mouse responds. no keyboard. No Explorer, no command promptWhat should I do???Thanks!!!

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Hi,

It all started pretty innocently. I first noticed a problem when the Windows update flag had a red marker on it. So I dug a little deeper to find out that Windows update was failing. It seems it could not do the check for updates any longer for some reason. This did happen suddenly and no recent changes were made to my system before this happened. I searched this forum and googled until the cows came home and ended up trying a few solutions that seemed reasonable - Deleting the contents of Software distribution, running CHKDSK. Neither of these helped. I tried another suggestion - sfc /scannow which could not run so I tried running it from a command prompt boot up. That did not work either. So, I kept going with the suggestions I have seen. I did find one suggestion to download the latest Windows Update readiness thingy from Microsoft which made the red splat on the windows update flag go away but still could not run windows update. Always comes back with the same error 80070002.

My last resort before contacting the forum was to try a windows upgrade from the original DVD that I got when I bought the system about 2 yrs ago. Well this did not help either as it fails after going through a bunch of preliminaries and then states 'The upgrade was canceled' 'setup can't continue'. Not sure if that spelling error on the 'canceled' is a clue to something bad?

If anyone can help me sort out this fine mess, I will really appreciate it. Of note, everything else ... Read more

A:A couple of issues - Windows Update / Repair install 'canceled' long

Have you read this thread?

troubleshooter error code 0x80070002

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Trying to repair a Windows 7 64bit Dell Laptop. Owner had bad RAM running back from February causing multiple BSOD and unstable behavior - but they kept using it. Got new RAM, it now tests rock solid with both ms ram tests and memtest. No more BSOD.
Now trying to repair corrupted files. Tried to install SP1 through Windows updates, got errors. Tried Standalone download. Fails with "An illegal character was encountered."
Tried several MS "fixits" to repair SP1 install failures - now windows updates fail entirely with 0x80070246. Tried sfc/scannow. Fails to complete.
Tried SURT. Completes successfully, but does not fix underlying problem.
Tried as a next-to-last resort a repair install. Fails after copying files, tells me to restart windows and retry setup, with "download all updates" checked. Have tried both with and without updates. No luck.
Google got me as far as reading the CHECKSUR and CBS logs, which show a handful of missing manifests and mum/cat files. Couldn't find another windows-7-lacking-sp1 pc to copy the missing files from (I assume SP1 changes the manifest file sets? Couldn't find the files on any of the win7 sp1 systems, anyway)
Google then led me to this forum, showing posts where others with similar missing files were able to post logs and get back a zip file of the missing manifests & etc. I am hoping that someone will be as kind to me. Attached are the cbs.log, checksur.log, checksur.persist.log, and ... Read more

A:Windows 7 Update/Repair error 0x80070246, missing manifests+mum files

You have some registry corruption which needs to be fixed before we can get a true picture of the situation with the files.


I need to have a look at your COMPONENTS registry hive

Please copy the C:\Windows\System32\config\COMPONENTS file (no extension) to your desktop and then compress it - upload the compressed file to your favoured fileshare site (preferably Dropbox or SkyDrive) and post a link.

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I am trying to update from Windows 10 OS Build 10586.589 to the Anniversary Update but my computer freezes at 1% progress. I have tried everything I can think of including: Unplugging all extra SATA drives except my main SSD, unplugging my wireless network adapter, unplugging all USB devices (even mouse and keyboard), removing old drivers and updating outdated ones, and installing the update through a USB flash drive. It always gets to the same part and freezes until I shutdown my computer and lose no data.

You can see pictures of the frozen screen here: http://imgur.com/a/PseoH.
Reddit thread (Took the guys advice on there): Windows 10 Anniversary Update Freeze : Windows10
Hopefully someone can give me some guidance on how to fix this as I've tried everything I can think of. Thanks!

Motherboard: Asus M5A97 R2.0
CPU: AMD FX-8320 (OC)
GPU: EVGA GTX 750 SC OS
SSD: Samsung 840 EVO 120 GB SSD

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Hi All
I'm trying to repair windows update feature in windows 8.1. I have a ton of programs installed on my new HP pc (bought 3/15) that took me months to get right. I really don't want to do a reinstall of 8.1 just to get the windows update to work.
Basically I have 11 updates dated from 9/14 to now that will not install no matter how many times I run the windows update troubleshooter. Most of the updates concern the .NET Framework for 4.5.1 and 4.5.2:
KB2934520
KB2977765
KB2978041
KB2978126
KB2979576
KB3023222
KB3032663
KB3037579
KB2894856

Then I have plain windows 8.1 updates KB2976978 and KB3000850.

I get the following error messages and I run the troubleshooter but the fixes don't stick.
800F0831
80246010
80200001

I've contacted HP and they want to do a complete reinstall of 8.1. I've stressed to them that I don't want to do this because it will wipe everything. I've done the DISM restore health before and it gets stuck on 20% for hours before it finally finishes and tells me it fixed some but can't fix everything. I'm running the windows media installation creation tool onto a usb. Right now it will be done in 10 hours or less.

By the way, I have a Samsung laptop that I bought new in March of 2014 that is running the same version of windows 8.1 64-bit. It has installed all updates with no problem and I've reserved a copy of windows 10. Is there anyway I can fix windows update on my HP desktop using the settings/files from the Samsung laptop?
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A:Using DISM to repair Windows update feature of Windows 8.1

HI All
My problem was solved through a combination of this thread and the following link:
https://www.winhelp.us/non-destructi...8-and-8-1.html

For my situation I created installation media for windows 8.1. The winhelp link has instructions for using the installation media tool with (or without) a product key. I didn't have a product key because windows 8.1 came pre-installed on my new HP. I did download a free program called BeLarc Advisor to get the product key for my version of windows. I ended up not needing the product key after all to create the windows.iso file for installation.

I used Rufus to create a bootable usb drive with the windows.iso file from the installation media step.

I downloaded and tried to use the DISM GUI. Unfortunately, there was no install.wim file in the sources folder. I did have an install.esd file (which is the same as the install.wim). The DISM GUI did not work with the install.esd file and I didn't feel comfortable converting the .esd file to a .wim file.

This is the point where I abandoned the steps from this thread on the eight forums website and started at the "Reinstalling windows 8 or 8.1 without loosing personal files, installed programs or apps" portion of the winhelp link.

Please note that I shut off my mcafee protection (spyware and virus, web protection and firewall). I unplugged my printer, external DVD R drive and external hard drive. I also shut off spyware blaster and spyware terminator before I began my ... Read more

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Hi.

I had an issue with Outlook Express. Norton Antispam wouldnt integrate with it because it didnt see it as a valid email program after an install of Office. To restore Outlook Express back to a valid email program, i had to re-install Windows XP.

I re-installed it, with no problems, logged into windows no problem. However, im trying to run Windows update to get the latest patches, the scanner finds the updates, downloads them but doesnt install the updates. It fails on every update as soon as it tries to run the install. It says that there is a problem with my computer and wont install them.

I have gone to Windows Genuine and downloaded the Genuine Windows Advantage Tool and that doesnt seem to solve the problem. I have completed numerous reboots to get it to install the updates. I have even managed to download IE7 & Media Player 11, which installed fine. IE7 said it couldnt install the latest security patches for Internet Explorer, but it installed fine, and appeared on the start menu after a re-boot as normal. Both IE7 & Media Player are functioning correctly.

I do have Norton 2007 installed, and im wondering if that has anything to do with it. I even tried turning all of Norton off, and running it then, but again no joy.

Sorry for the essay..
 

A:Solved: Re-Install/repair of Windows XP & cant run Windows Update

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Hello I have been troubleshooting my laptop computer problems for awhile now and I was searching the internet with no avail.
 
Firstly I own a HP 8710W Laptop with WIndows 7 Pro 64bit that uses the NVIDIA Quadro FX1600 M Graphics Driver.
 
My computer for some reasons unexpectedly shuts down. Sometimes my mouse disappears and I thought it had something to do with my memory, which I scanned and had no issues, neither with the hard drive. It then goes in start up repair repeatedly, finding no issues. Yet for some reason once it runs it, I am able to log into Windows, but only after the start up repair runs and finds no issues. I tried to do the start up loop registry fix, and even tried to use the Windows 7 disc to repair and nothing seems to work. Also note, SFC /scannow finds no issues as well. I then end up figuring it may have something to do with Windows Update. And I end up receiving this error shown in the screen shot. Note my brother has the same make and model and running the windows diagnostic it finds no issues. I am unable to figure out why these issues are happening. Does anyone else have any ideas and solutions for the fix? Thanks.
 
Note: I also have uploaded my error log files as well.

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Over the last several days I have been attempting to update windows to 8.1. It starts, tells me that it is installing. At this point I have been unable to stay through the length of the install to see the point that the crash actually happens.

Sorry for the lack of info, but trying to deal with this as well as a personal matter.

Thank you in advance to anyone who can assist.

A:BSOD on DELL XPS when update to Windows 8.1

Generic advice (based on your problem description):

I've seen antivirus programs interfere - so remove any antivirus/internet security programs (temporarily) and use Windows Defender and the Windows Firewall while installing 8.1

Get ALL updates form the PC manufacturer
Then get ALL Windows Updates
Then do it all again 2 or 3 times - continue until you have all updates.
Then try again.

FWIW - it took me 3-4 months to finally be able to update to 8.1 on a new, Win8 system.

Specific advice (based on the reports that you submitted):

Your BIOS dates from 2008. Please check at the manufacturer's website to see if there are any BIOS updates available for your system. Also check the readme file to see if they apply to the problems that you are having. Please be advised that flashing the BIOS is a very unforgiving process - and one mistake can physically damage your motherboard.

Due to the age of the system, it is very likely that this system may not be compatible with 8.1 (and may even have problems with Win8). I have a Lenovo tablet (x61t) that has a 2008 BIOS and it won't work reliably w/Win8. If it is incompatible, you can either live with the "quirks", or you can downgrade to Win7/Vista in order to get a stable system.

Only 120 Windows Updates installed. Most systems have 160 or more. Please visit Windows Update and get ALL available updates (it may take several trips to get them all).

You have 4 hard drives. What is the make/model/wattage and age of you... Read more

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Hi,

Just got a new Dell Mini 10V.. Win XP Home. Has SP3, and has IE6. I cannot get the Microsoft website to display/respond so I can update XP. I get the "cannot display this webpage" error. Thought it may be a problem with the MS site, so checked on another, updated machine... no problems.

Any ides on why a brand new machine would have a problem accessing the Update site? I can call Dell, but figured if i'm missing something, or there is a simple potential fix, this would be a LOT quicker than Dell Support.
THANKS!!!

A:New Dell Mini.. cant update Windows

Actually may be working fine now.... will update again if not.

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My desktop was updating the went to restart on the restart it thru a code (0x8000ffff). I tried to restore to an eariler dat but it doesnt work, I tried safe mode with the red disk it still doesnt work can anyone help
 

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I've ried using the Microsoft Media tool, but it won't recognize any of the flash drives I've tried using my work laptop. I created an ISO flash drive, but I got a black screen message that BOOTMGR (???) was missing. When I turn on the power it opens to a blue RECOVERY screen.
What else can I try?

A:My Dell Laptop won't reboot after Windows 10 update

Originally Posted by Windows Central Question I've ried using the Microsoft Media tool, but it won't recognize any of the flash drives I've tried using my work laptop. I created an ISO flash drive, but I got a black screen message that BOOTMGR (???) was missing. When I turn on the power it opens to a blue RECOVERY screen.
What else can I try? Remove the usb key, turn on you notebook pressing repatrly ctrl till a boot menu appears. With arrows select Hard Disk and press Enter.
Media Creation tool works inside Windows and it doesn't need any usb key too, it can upggrade directly as is Window Update choosing update now
If doesn0t work, complete the recovery sequence for gettin back control on laptop.
USB Media key is useful for upgrading more devices one after other

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 After  successful windows 8.1 update on my Dell Insipiron desktop, I am getting pop up ( Updating PE Enviorment,) But it is not Updating .How Long does it take to update?
what does it mean?

REgards

Tarun chopra

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New 840 EVO SSD with new windows 7 x 32 which replaces Vista and the old HDD drive. Everything runs well and connects every time upon boot up but windows update keeps running forever. I used the Microsoft windows update fix but get this error every time, attached.  I have a normal home connection via wi fi and disabled it and tried using the cable connection and still same thing.Other computers update fine. No VPN, no proxy.    I really don't know what to think at the moment, any advice will be appreciated.Thanks.    











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A:Windows 7 windows update fails to repair

Hi @thunderbird345?,Thank you for visiting the HP Forums! A great place where you can find solutions for your issues with help from the community!I came across your post about the Notebook, and wanted to assist you! I have looked into your issue about your HP Pavilion dv6700 Notebook and Windows Update error code 0x8024402C. Thank you so much for posting the error message and other details, very very helpful. Here is a link that Microsoft posts to fix the Windows Update error code 0x8024402C. Please note remove any and all USB devices. Disconnect all non-essential devices, as these could cause some issues.It recommends to disable any Antivirus software, while trying to do the updates. You can also skip the update as you might have the updated software already installed on your Notebook. Here is a link to the HP Support Assistant if you need it. Just download and run the program on your Notebook and it will help with any software and driver updates on your system.Please let me know how this goes.Thanks.

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the main thing is each and every install  windows update just searches forever and nothing happens after diagnostic tool it says Datastore.edb is corrupted and cant be repaired and each time it download the corrupted Datastore.edb
can they at leats give a proper service pack 2 for windows 7  64 bit ultimate that is then uptodate with working windows update that works after a direct standalone install of sp1 i use windows 7 ultimate 64 bit and i reinstalled the system allready
 5 times each and every time the same problame that Datastore.edb is corrupted and windows update just gets stuck!
i how you can either releasse a service pack 2 so that windows update works again after a direct install of service pack 1
or a windows update that doesnt use data store cause its yepp Not working,
i use a amd 6 core with a amd hd 6700 readon and 8 gb ram
both asus motherboard and grafic
as it is now windows update is with windows 7 service pack 1= not useable !!!!
sincierly Christian Madjari

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I purchased a new notebook with Windows 7 in October. During the first weeks I uninstalled McAfee and replaced the harddrive. Since November Windows Update fails with error messages and defender does not start anymore. I made several virus scans (complete) with multiple antivirus programs but nothing showed up.Since it took my days to install various software, I do not want to re-install W7. I also have no good backup that I could restore. I am really surprised that there is not even a single entry regarding the error code in the Microsoft Knowledge base or elsewhere.I really would appreciate help. 

A:Windows Update does not work, Windows Standalone Update Installer stops with error 0xc8000247 (Windows 7 Home Premium on Acer Aspire 1810TZ notebook)

 
Got it !!!!
If You are using notebooks with with hard drive larger than 700 GB you probably should update Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver.
Here is solution :
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c02219204&cc=nl&lc=en&dlc=en&product
Download and install it.

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Hi all,
   Just installed the Windows 10 anniversary update yesterday.Most things seem to work, however I got the following issues:
- USB 2.0 ports don't seem to work anymore (3.0 do however);- Audio card is not detected anymore (no sound)
I was wondering if others experienced the same issues and if any of you have found a solution for this. If I may believe the Dell website we might not expect an update for this? This € 2000+ laptop is not even 1,5 year old!
Thank you for your time!
Best regards

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He everyone,
A few hours ago I installed the new windows 10 anniversary update on my dell xps 15. When the installation was finished without any error the login screen showed up. After logging in a black screen show up with my mouse visable, Then out of a sudden I have to login again but then everything is scaled a lot bigger. After the login my laptop is frozen at a grey screen. I think It's a problem with the nvidea graphic card drivers. Can anyone help me fix this ? Thanks for paying time to my problem.

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Hi,
A new major update for Windows 10 has been released a few days ago, and the update included a new gesture which allow user to switch the desktops with 4 fingers placed on the touchpad and swipe between left or right to switch the desktops.
This new gesture is not working on my touchpad and I am assuming this may relate to the current version of the touchpad driver is not yet supported to this feature because the other gestures like three fingers swipe for moving any opened windows and three fingers tap for calling Cortana are still working fine for me.
I was wondering if there will be any update for the touchpad driver coming soon, or all of these were just my own issue...

Thank you!

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I have a Dell XPS 18 portable all-in-one machine that came with Windows 8, then I updated it to Windows 8.1 without any problems. It caught a nasty virus and I had to restore it to factory settings, which leaves me back at Windows 8.

I have tried multiple times to install the Windows 8.1 update through the Microsoft Store but keep getting Error Code 0xC1900101-0x40017. I have tried the following but get the same result;

Ran all of Windows Updates that would come upVerified that all drivers were up to date. Note: my video driver is NOT a Nvidia but an Intel. I've seen posts stating that this driver needs to be updated in order to fix the problem.Ran Selective Start Up

I don't know what else to do at this point because I have not been able to find anything online related to my problem. Please advise if you have any suggestions. Thanks!

FYI: Antivirus running is Avast!

A:Windows 8.1 Update Error 0xC1900101-0x40017 on Dell XPS 18

Hi, many people with your problem blame Avast for preventing Windows 8.1 installation - "Couldn&#39;t update to Windows 8.1 - 0xC1900101 - 0x40017" - Microsoft Community. You can try to uninstall Avast and run the Windows 8.1 upgrade.

Good luck, werty

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Now that the latest anniversary update has hit from MS. Will Dell be providing updated system images for current customers? It is not feasible for what ever reason if we have to reload Windows 10 from the factory image currently installed. Then turn around and go through windows update for this all new anniversary updated version. Just purchased this laptop 2-3 months ago. 

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Hi to all,
I'm new to this forum and I need some help!I believe that you would help me!
I'have used a tons of drivers update programs,but I think that I haven't found the thrue so far.I use a Dell Inspiron laptop and I have had a lots of problems with its drivers updates.I asked the Dell community forum for help for finding the best drivers update utility for my machine and I got an advice to use the Dell SupportAssist,but that program is NOT a drivers update utility!So I need an advice from you,which program should I use!I've been trying to update the drivers with DriverGenius 15 these days,but it gives me some errors like:"code 64" or "The server name or address could not be resolved" and it couldn't update my drivers!So please help me!There is no matter if the program you would point to me is free or paid!
p.s My os is Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit.
Thanks to all in advance!
Best regards!

A:Which is the best drivers update program for windows 7(Dell Inspiron)?

Hello Inspiron and welcome to Seven Forums

As you can see in my System Specs I have a DELL Inspiron Laptop and I go to DELL System Detect to find out what is good for my PC. There you can do tests as well.
But you normally don't need to update drivers all the time. Why did you do it in the first place? Did you have problems and you thought you could solve them by changing your drivers ?

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I replaced the hard drive in my Dell Dimension E521, with a new 320GB (non Dell Specific) WD unit, and loaded Windows 7 Pro (again, non Dell specific version). The old hard drive was bad.

I downloaded the 1.1.11 BIOS update (http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/04/DriverDeta...) to a bootable USB flash drive. When I boot the computer off of the flash drive, it comes up with the C: thing and does nothing else.

Am I supposed to type something in there, to get it to update the BIOS or access the file on the flash drive?

I'm kind of new to this stuff, but learning...

I want to update the BIOS, to be able to install the AMD Athlon 64 X 2 6000+ processor. The current version is 1.1.6.

Thanks in advance for any advice...

Rich

A:Dell E521 Bios Update Question with Windows 7 Professional 64-bit

i believe you are suppose to run the bios update program from within windows. So when you have windows running; try running the bios update there.

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Hi,
I have a new XPS 13 (Service tag 64K2KC2 ePSA Build 4304.07) that I have only had since the 16th of this month.
All has been fine until a couple of hours ago. A Dell message popped on the lower right hand corner to of the screen to tell me there was a Dell bios update. I selected to install the bios update and now the laptop will not boot.
I get the Dell logo and then a plain blue screen. 
Any ideas how to recover the system?

Thanks,

Richard

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Hi Guys,
Good Morning, I updated my Dell Inspiron 15R 5537 Laptop from Windows 8 Pro to Windows 8.1 Pro by using Store Application.
After Waiting for almost 6 hours, Update was done and after Windows setup, Display was black, Cursor was blinking.....I checked in Microsoft website and i found that not only me and many Dell customers are facing the same issue. i was luckily able to boot to safe mode and i uninstalled the both of my video drivers and i am back to my windows 8.1. After i update my video drivers as mentioned in the link below, still my screen blacks out. So i had no other option than resetting my pc to windows 8 pro.
Video Driver Link : http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/19/DriverDetails/Product/inspiron-15r-5537?driverId=PWTRP&osCode=W864&fileId=3287401962&languageCode=en&categoryId=VI
When i was checking for latest driver for Intel Graphics & AMD Radeon that supports windows 8.1, I am able to find a driver in dell website.
http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/sg/en/sgdhs1/DriverDetails/Product/inspiron-17r-5737?driverId=6GGGM why it's not yet updated in the corresponding product driver list.... Actually i think these are the fix. I am not sure. 
If any one has updated and i need a dell support for this

A:Black Screen after Windows 8.1 Update in Dell Inspiron 15R 5537

Hi Guys,
After so much for research, I was able to figure it out the problem is because of Intel Video Driver. There is a beta Intel video driver package which supports Windows 8.1. Try to update that package and post your results. As i have already rolled back to windows 8. It will take atleast 4-6 hours for me to update the status. The link is below for Dell Inspiron 15R 5537 Model.
http://ftp.dell.com/published/Pages/inspiron-15r-5537.html and Install Intel HD Graphics 4400 Driver ver 10.18.10.3308. You have to follow the link as this driver is not yet uploaded in Dell Drivers & Downloads (refered in Dell Post)

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Hi All,
My problem is ... no, not quite so, my PROBLEM is Windows 10 Anniversary Update gets downloaded, installed and failed again and again. When it goes through Windows Update Center everything goes well but finally after a reboot I get a notification that the system couldn't install the update. No other information or error codes provided. After that Windows Update Center finds the same Anniversary Update and everything goes in circle. I called Microsoft Support three times with different engineers but with the same final result - the problem still unsolved. I used MediaCreationTool utility as well. With this utility the whole process goes well but finally I get popup window that says "Error occurred while installing update". When I tried to reinstall Windows 10 from the image created by MediaCreationTool I got error code 0xd0000034 (finally!!! something I can use to find a solution !!!), but looking through the Internet for this code didn't help to resolve this. Any other updates are installed with no issues. The Problem only with Anniversary Update.
Some info about my laptop.
About the System:
Version 1511
10586.633
Windows 10 Home Edition Single Language (Russian)
About the hardware.
16Gb, I added extra 8Gb and I installed SSD SanDisk SD8SN8U256G1122 256Gb.
All the rest is standard configuration of 7559 laptop.
Some specifics related to what I did to my laptop. As I mentioned before I installed 8Gb extra memory (identical memory chip to the installed ... Read more

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I have a Dell Studio 540s desktop purchased in 2008 which originally had Windows Vista, 32-bit OS factory installed.  I have since upgraded to Windows 7, 32-bit and when I recently attempted to update the BIOS after an error prompt, I found that Dell only provides updated drivers for Windows 7, 64-bit OS.  Is there any way of updating my BIOS, the last version being 2009?  

A:Dell Studio 540s desktop BIOS update for Windows 7, 32-bit OS.

From the Bios file page =

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Hello and Thanks in Advance.

I am experiencing BSOD crashes and a buggy driver could be the culprit. Dell recommends updating the BIOS prior to the drivers.

http://forums.techguy.org/windows-7/982135-learned-source-problem-bsod-but.html

I checked Dell's website and the current BIOS for my machine is A08 and my system at present is A05, so maybe this should be done anyway.

The BIOS update is just a .exe file.and its description is "Dell Computer Flash BIOS Upgrade."

I am afraid to run the BIOS update in "normal mode" because of these persistent crashes. Who knows what state my computer will be in if it crashes/freezes during a BIOS update.

My computer runs fine in "Safe Mode." Would it be OK to update my BIOS through Safe Mode so that I don't have to worry about my computer crashing in the middle of the update? Does the computer care if this is done through safe or normal mode? Should I log in as an administrator to do this also?

If anyone has any advice, I am all ears. Thanks!

Chris
 

A:Is it OK to run the Dell update BIOS application in Windows Safe Mode?

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When I try to install KB3182373, a "Security Update for Microsoft Silverlight", Windows Update reports failure with the message "Code 643 Windows Update encountered an unknown error".
I ran WindowsUpdateDiagnostic.diagcab. It reported that "Troubleshooting couldn't identify the problem".
What can I do to fix this? I'm running Windows 7 Professional.

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I need to modify some records in a MySQL table. The defined field contains text. My syntax (in Perl) is as follows:

$statement = "UPDATE tblgenjnl SET printview='$prv_row' WHERE record='$row[0]' ";

tblgenjnl is the Table
printview is the field to be updated
$prv_row is the new content
record is the record number
$row[0] is the retrieved value from the table of required record.

The program runs, but there is something wrong with this command syntax. Any help woould be appreciated.

Thanks,

Malcolm3111
 

A:MySQL Using 'Update' Command

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Problem with Windows Update on Dell Vostro with Windows 7.
The error code 52F was encountered when trying to perform Windows Update. I contacted MS Windows Update Support via email.

They replied with the following:

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Step 1: Verify the relevant Windows Update services
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1. Click the "Start" Button in the "Start Search" bar, type: "services.msc" (without quotes) and press Enter. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
2. Double click the service "Windows Update".
3. Click on the "General" tab; make sure the "Startup Type" is "Automatic" or "Manual". Then please click the "Start" button under "Service Status" to start the service.
4. Please repeat the above steps with the Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS).

You can also temporarily stop these services, restart the computer, and then start these services again. If any service is missing or cannot be stopped or restarted, please let me know.

Step 2: Rename the Windows Update Softwaredistribution folder
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1. Click "Start", in "Start Search" item, type: "notepad" (without quotes) and press Enter.
2. Copy the following commands and then paste them into the opened Notepad window:

net stop wuauserv
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A:Problem with Windows Update on Dell Vostro with Windows 7.

Problem solved.

Unfortunately, suggestions from a competing tech support forum did not work as well others divined from googling. (no response from this site)

I re-applied MS's 52F fix from their knowledge base, Article ID: 903776. Apparently it was operator error in not correctly following instructions. D'oh!

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I'm not sure whether this is a hardware issue, driver issue, or possibly a windows 10's bug causes conflict with 1820A
I got this laptop exaclt a month ago, it is windows 10 preinstalled
Everthing works fine, except my wifi is giving me some trouble
Whenever there comes a windows update that requires reboot, wifi got disabled as if the wireless card is not detected from PC
It would just show a red X mark on the wifi icon
and if I click on it, there's no enable / disable option; same happens in the settings, wifi submenu is nowhere to be found
Then I head into device manager, and believe it or not there is no wireless adapter at all
At first I thought the wireless card is dead, but after some long research on the web it seems more likely to be just driver-related issue. Turns out that I would have to delete the driver (unhide devices appears wireless adapter), restart the PC, and reinstall driver manually from device manager
Wifi is temporarily functional again using this workaround, but it is also getting very frustrating that I have to repeat all these steps once in a while and I can't enjoy using it like a normal laptop.
This doesn't occur on any of my previous laptop which have windows 10 too, so I'm really suspecting it must either be broadcom not providing a proper driver, or dell using faulty hardware.
If anyone here has the same issue / knows a permanent solution, pl... Read more

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My new laptop ran Dell Updates overnight a couple of days ago and I had to power it up the next morning, only to discover it was a complete restart and the programs I had open were closed. Luckily I think I was able to recover everything from the closed applications, but is there a way to tell Dell Updates when I want to restart the computer?
Also, I was able to do this with Windows 10 before the anniversary update, but the option seems to have disappeared in the settings now.

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Auto security update seems to have created error code C0000142 and saying unable to access (?) as well as volume on computer no longer works - now what folks?  Many thanks as always.

A:windows 7 home 64 bit dell PC update failed caused error code

Please download MiniToolBox  , save it to your desktop and run it.
 Checkmark the following checkboxes:  List last 10 Event Viewer log  List Installed Programs  List Users, Partitions and Memory size.
 Click Go and paste the content into your next post.
 Also...please Publish a Snapshot using Speccy - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic323892.html/page__p__1797792#entry1797792 , taking care to post the link of the snapshot in your next post. 
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I am using Windows 7 Professional with Service Pack 1.
Windows Update has lost my update history and hangs when I tell it to check for updates. Windows Update Troubleshooter reports "Windows Update error 0x80070057(2016-07-15-T-12_59_34P) Not Fixed". How can I get Windows Update working again?


Here is a detailed account of the problem:
Earlier today, I ran Windows Update and told it to install 15 important updates. It said it was downloading them, but stalled for 30 minutes at 0% done.
I rebooted my computer and re-ran Windows Update. It reported that there were no pending important updates. I clicked "View update history" and saw that the most recent 15 important updates had failed. I clicked "Check for Updates" and,
when it finished checking, Windows Update continued to report that there were no pending important updates.
At that point, I concluded that something was wrong with Windows Update. In an attempt to fix it, I downloaded and ran the Windows Update Troubleshooter (WindowsUpdateDiagnostic.diagcab). It reported one problem found: "Windows Update error 0x80070057(2016-07-15-T-12_59_34P)
Not Fixed".
After running Windows Update Troubleshooter, I re-ran Windows Update. It reported that my most recent check for updates was "Never", and that updates were installed "Never". When I clicked "View update history" I saw an empty
list. When I clicked "Check for updates", the applicat... Read more

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I thought I cleaned up some malware that hit my computer last week, but it seems that there is still something on there. I would appreciate any help anyone could give.When trying to access McAfee update, an "Update Error" occurs saying, "An error occurred while updating. Please reinstall these programs: McAfee Virus Scan Plus."Also when trying to access Firefox update it says "Update server not found (check your internet connection)"When Adobe Flash plugin tries to update it says that I need to check my internet connection, and though I can access the internet, I cannot get the update to download.When in iTunes, I cannot access the iTunes store nor can I download any of my podcasts.When I try to use Internet Explorer, it says Internet explorer cannot display this page for any website I try to access, but Firefox seems to work.Malwarebytes and SpyBot scans run clean.It seems that I have something similar to what was posted about in: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/228041/infected-by-something-but-dont-know-what/ and http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/227207/cant-access-security-site-no-cmd-prompt-help/I have attached my hijackthis logI would appreciate any help you could provide.Thank you.

A:Can't access McAfee update, Firefox update, Flash update, iTunes store, IE, etc.

Hello and welcome to Bleeping ComputerWe apologize for the delay in responding to your request for help. Here at Bleeping Computer we get overwhelmed at times, and we are trying our best to keep up. Please note that your topic was not intentionally overlooked. Our mission is to help everyone in need, but sometimes it takes just a little longer to get to every request for help. No one is ignored here.If you have since resolved the original problem you were having, we would appreciate you letting us know. If not please perform the following steps below so we can have a look at the current condition of your machine. If you have not done so, include a clear description of the problems you're having, along with any steps you may have performed so far.Upon completing the steps below I will review and take the steps necessary with you to get your machine back in working order clean and free of malware.If you have already posted a DDS log, please do so again, as your situation may have changed.Use the 'Add Reply' and add the new log to this thread.Thanks and again sorry for the delay.We need to see some information about what is happening in your machine. Please perform the following scan:Download DDS by sUBs from one of the following links. Save it to your desktop.DDS.scrDDS.pifDouble click on the DDS icon, allow it to run.A small box will open, with an explaination about the tool. No input is needed, the scan is running.Notepad will open with the results.Follow the instructions... Read more

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