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Windows 7: Please HELP - Failure configuring Windows Updates Reverting changes

30 Jul 2015   #1
Dsykes7724

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 
Please HELP - Failure configuring Windows Updates Reverting changes

I recently tried updating to windows 10 but got update errors, I ran sfc /scannow and found I had corrupted files, however it couldn't fix them. I tried everything and had to resort to upgrading windows 7 again to repair all windows files. This required me to install updates again. I downloaded and installed all 201 updates then when I booted my computer this earlier it got to the stage where it said Failure configuring windows updates reverting. Does anyone know how long this is going to take I've already been waiting 30 mins and need my PC ASAP . Also is there any work around to this?

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30 Jul 2015   #2
blo0ody

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Try downloading/installing like 10 or 20 updates at a time and install the updates you can install for now.
Go to updates history and check which one is failings, uncheck it so you can minimize the loop here, then try to solve the failing update after that.
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