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04-15-18 06:11 PM
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failure configuring Windows updates reverting changes
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05-06-18 10:44 AM
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Failure configuring
updates. Reverting
changes. Do not  turn off
your computer If you are facing this issue, your computer will normally take 20-30 minutes to revert the changes. Here are a few steps you may want to try and see if it helps resolve your problem.

1] First, you should try and restart your Windows computer and then try to install Windows Updates again. See if this helps.


2] If it does not, then run the Windows Update Troubleshooter. Although Windows includes a built-in troubleshooter, download one from there as it includes more fixes.

3] Perform a System Restore operation and then try again.

4] Run msconfig.exe, select the Services tab, select Hide all Microsoft services and Disable all and Exit. Now restart your computer and run Windows Update.

5] Start your computer in Clean Boot State and see if you can now install the Windows Updates. Installing Windows updates in a clean boot state prevents them being blocked by some Windows Services and software including security software.

6] Navigate to C:\Windows \WinSxS\ folder, search for a pending.xml file and rename it. You may even delete it. This will allow Windows Update to delete pending tasks and build a fresh new update check. See if this helps.

7] Navigate to C:\Windows \SoftwareDistribution\Download
folder and delete the contents of Software Distribution folder. Restart your computer and try now.

8] Run System File Checker.
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05-23-18 03:37 AM
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your windows operating system is corrupted so you need to re install new windows for that, or repair it using your windows disk
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