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Windows 7: Multiple Win7 updates fail to install

4 Days Ago   #11

Windows 7 Professional 64bit

Torchwood: I reset the time zone (it was correct to begin with) and the time. Even set the time to NIST. Ran update again and KB3185330 and KB3192403 as well as KB3197868 failed to install again. The other updates installed normally. I looked at the original results of running MGADiag.exe and when I reran it after changing the clock and the event time stamp under the activation technologies did not change. The correct time is displayed a few lines above this under 'Trusted Time'. This issue started just after the first of the year and I have been trying to resolve it since then. Some of the updates - important and optional - would install with no issues. A few of the important - including the newly condensed ones that MS is issuing - are failing.

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3 Days Ago   #12

W7 home premium 32bit/W7HP 64bit/w10 tp insider ring

Hi Neal,
couple more things to try.

Please run KB971033, this is part of Windows Activation technologies, where the time is incorrect.
Check BIOS time settings
Reboot x2, rerun Mgadiag, any change??

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3 Days Ago   #13

Windows 7 Professional 64bit


KB971033 was already installed. I checked the BIOS time and date and it is correct. I rebooted twice afterwards and reran Mgadiag and the trusted time shows the current time and date and the event time stamp still shows the 2096 time stamp. I did a search for 2096 in the registry but after the 80th entry I decided to put that off until later. I tried to do a search for Event but came up empty.

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