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Windows 7: Office updates installled several times, with same KB

13 Nov 2015   #1
zandaam

Windows 7 entreprise x64
 
 
Office updates installled several times, with same KB

Hello,

Something strange happening :

I run Windows 7 entreprise_x64, when i install Office standard 2010 or 2016, when i check for updates, MicrosoftUpdate provide me some updates( for example after installing the 2010version, i 've got 52 updates, when the insatalltions is finished, i check in control panel, programes and features, installed updates is 79, with twice or more same KB, if i uninstall the double or more for remain to 52, next time i check for update, these same kb are here again.

More details :
Office 2016 standard 32 bits
Office 2010 standard SP1 32 bits
Each installled with and without the MSOCACHE folders (delete after install for gain space), same results.

Windows 7 SP1 up to date, occured on two desktop computer (same OS).

Maybe it's just related to entreprise edition, i don't know.

sorry for my poor english.

zandaam.




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14 Nov 2015   #2
wben353

Win 7 Home Premium x64/Linux Lite 2.6 x64
 
 

Hi zandaam & welcome to sevenforums.

You can hide the updates that reappear & are already installed.

right-click update choose>hide update.
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