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Windows 7 64-bit update FAILS

post #1 of 20
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I recently changed motherboards.

When I try to install the updates and service pack 1, some of them fail to install properly.

Is there a fix for this?

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post #2 of 20
Go to Windows update and try again but this time make sure to accept all license agreements. No offence but 99% of the time it's user error.
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post #4 of 20
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Originally Posted by Xenthos View Post

Go to Windows update and try again but this time make sure to accept all license agreements. No offence but 99% of the time it's user error.

I have done 15+ Win 7 installs & updates and never had this problem before. I have tried installing the updates at least 10 times on this computer and it fails every time. The only thing that requires a license agreement is the malware tool and I don't want to install that anyways.
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Originally Posted by KEX View Post

You could try this = http://www.troublefixers.com/how-to-remove-downloaded-but-not-yet-installed-windows-update-files/
& then try updating again.

Deleting the files in C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download did allow a few of the updates to install, but the service pack along with a few other updates will not install.

Anyone else know of any other possible fixes?

BTW, I did try the readiness tool that windows suggested in the first screenshot, and it doesn't work.
post #5 of 20
Sounds like a corrupted index file. You may need to do a windows repair.
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This only happened after the mobo was installed right? What about the windows 7 dvd, can you start it up at boot and try to "repair" so as to maybe identify the new mobo a little better?
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This only happened after the mobo was installed right? What about the windows 7 dvd, can you start it up at boot and try to "repair" so as to maybe identify the new mobo a little better?

Ok I will give this a try. I did a fresh OS isntall when I swapped the motherboard so I dont think it has anything to do with the hardware changing.
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Booted off the win7 DVD and tried to run windows repair and that also fails.
post #9 of 20
happened to me before, i solved this by unplugging then replugging my usb network adapter. try reinstalling the driver too.
post #10 of 20
I know this might take some time,but why don't you try installing them seperate,instead of all updates at once,just a thought.
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