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I have found the easiet and best way to speed up updates is to integrate the updates into an ISO. I used my list to implement the ones I want and leave out the ones I don't want. I installed on VMWare to test then reinstalled Windows 7 on mums computer. It worked perfectly. 12 minutes for the initial search which left me 55 odd updates. I hid 45 odd updates. I then installed the ones I want and it was almost instant download then install for the others. Once finished I checked again which took 2 minutes. Once everything was completed I then ran DWS Lite and GWX to turn off telemetry and privacy stuff. Then tested to see if any packets going in or out and there were none. I can upload the ISO to Mediafire but I'm not sure if I'm allowed to post link here.
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post #12 of 24
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I just want to understand what happened, I could update before the re-install all the time without any problems. And even after first re-install I could download everything till the SP1, including it.
I'm starting to think it might be my ISP's problem somehow, what do you think?!
    
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I think it's a Win 7 problem although I can't back that up technically. Just based off having the exact same experience as you and using the workaround.
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But lucky for you you've fixed it using OldMX method)
    
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post #15 of 24
Be patient, it literally may takes hours to find updates.

It shouldn't be like this but blame it on MS for making it as hard as possible to stay on Windows 7.
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More than 2 hours?
    
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post #17 of 24
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Well what you know, I left that loop for 2 or 3 hours, and that gave the updates a start biggrin.gif
I've got the update list, chose what i need, then it showed that 0% is being downloaded all the way, but I knew that something was downloading in the background because of the 8 year old HDD, which makes "crackling/dying" noises during almost every file writing/reading activity biggrin.gif
And now the updates are being installed right in this moment. I'm still waiting for the whole process to be finished)
(P.S.- btw I've removed that update - KB3135445 before trying. So everything is by default)
    
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post #18 of 24
Ya it should never take this long but it's MS trying to force people onto Windows 10. They're probably crippling their server for Windows 7 updates on purpose.
post #19 of 24
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Should I leave BITS service to Automatic Delayed or Manual mode?
And should both services BITS and Windows Update be "Started" all the time by default? Or I should stop them whenever I don't use Windows update?
    
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Originally Posted by rututu View Post

Should I leave BITS service to Automatic Delayed or Manual mode?
And should both services BITS and Windows Update be "Started" all the time by default? Or I should stop them whenever I don't use Windows update?

Microsoft Knowledge Base KB3102810 Article fixed it for me-
Edited by cr1 - 2/26/16 at 6:35am
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