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Windows 7: Strange behavior windows 7 home premium

22 Sep 2015   #1
ceesdk

windows 7 home premium 32/64 bits
 
 
Strange behavior windows 7 home premium

Hai, members,

I have a Belinea B.Book 2.1, I installed windows 7 home premium 32 bits, started windows update and
set it to automatic download and install updates.
Wel, there's the problem, it won't download any update. Driver booster to update the drivers for the system
works OK! Installing google chrome OK! AVG Free installed OK! Checked all the services that need to be running or are in the state mamual and started.

Question though, does anybody have a clou what's going on here ??

To try out if the problem exists with windows 7 home premium 64 bits, I installed it and bingo after the installation started windows update and the updates keep coming in about 200 of them !

regards,

ceesdk


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22 Sep 2015   #2
CamileWin

Win 7 Ult Prem x64, WinXP Pro, Linux, iOS, Android, Windows Server2008 2003
 
 

No I didn't have an issue with updates on the 32bit version. Do you have errors in checksur.log? Did you install Service Pack 1 okay? Try running Microsofts system Update Readiness Tool & that may fix it.
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24 Sep 2015   #3
NoelDP

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Win 7 x64 Home Premium (and x86 VirtualBox VM)/Win10
 
 

Driver Booster is NOT a program I would recommend for any purpose whatever!

It may be that your install of 32-bit was simply corrupted somehow.
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