|22 Jan 2013||#3|
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I agree with Pauly. It's nothing but a log.
If you really must remove it, then you could use OPTION ONE in the tutorial below to reset and clear all Windows Update history. It doesn't uninstall the update, but only removes the history logs. Personally, it's not worth doing for one entry.
Windows Update - Reset
Hope this helps,
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