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Windows 7: failure configuring windows updates

03 Sep 2014   #1
help me please

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failure configuring windows updates

i did a system restore to factory setting and i try to install updates but it fail.i had 146 updates after the install part i got 96 updates 50 updates were succesful but 96 were failed all of them are about windows 7 i am going to install 8 at a time to see if that work wish me luck. see you on the other side also error 800F0826


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04 Sep 2014   #2
NoelDP

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If you're going to install Windows 8 anyhow - why ask for support for Windows 7?
If you actually want to fix Win7...


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08 Sep 2014   #3
jb3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Apparently NoelDP misread your post. The OP never mentioned Windows 8.

The OP was saying that they would try to install 8 updates at a time instead of the full 146 updates. I must have waited a good 20 minutes for the 146 update download and install and then try to configure after I restarted.

I also had 146 updates available and had the same issues as the OP.

I would install any of the .NET framework stuff separately. Install the Internet Explorer 9 separate from the IE11 update.

Good luck! It's too bad there isn't a cumulative patch for all these tiny little updates.
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08 Sep 2014   #4
NoelDP

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by help me please View Post
i am going to install 8 at a time to see if that work wish me luck. see you on the other side also error 800F0826
No mention of Win8?
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08 Sep 2014   #5
help me please

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jb3 View Post
Apparently NoelDP misread your post. The OP never mentioned Windows 8.

The OP was saying that they would try to install 8 updates at a time instead of the full 146 updates. I must have waited a good 20 minutes for the 146 update download and install and then try to configure after I restarted.

I also had 146 updates available and had the same issues as the OP.

I would install any of the .NET framework stuff separately. Install the Internet Explorer 9 separate from the IE11 update.

Good luck! It's too bad there isn't a cumulative patch for all these tiny little updates.
i already have it done thanks for the help
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08 Sep 2014   #6
jb3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Nope. No mention of Win8.

OP had 146 updates. 50 were successful and 96 failed.

One or more updates seem to be creating a loop of failed installs so the OP said they will try doing "8 at a time" to see if it works.

I chose about 22-24 at a time, and separated out security updates from the others, until I got all updates installed.

Feel free to assume what you want, but I don't want others to dismiss the issue due to your comment. His comment about installing a smaller number of updates helped me out.
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