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21 Mar 2019   #11
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

This is my openhardwaremonitor configuration file.
openhardwaremonitor configuration file
Rename the openhardwaremonitor.config.txt to openhardwaremonitor.config
Shut down openhardwaremonitor and replace the openhardwaremonitor.config on the folder by this one.

Restart openhardwaremonitor


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21 Mar 2019   #12
bobesin

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Megahertz07 View Post
This is my openhardwaremoniton configuration file.
openhardwaremoniton configuration file
Rename the openhardwaremonitor.config.txt to openhardwaremonitor.config
Shut down openhardwaremonitor and replace the openhardwaremonitor.config on the folder by this one.

Restart openhardwaremonitor
Uhh I think I did it...


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23 Mar 2019   #13
bobesin

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So you guys just gave up? At least just say "I have no idea what's wrong" instead of just stopping replying.
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23 Mar 2019   #14
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

Did you uninstall Malwarebytes as I suggested on post #6?
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23 Mar 2019   #15
bobesin

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Megahertz07 View Post
Did you uninstall Malwarebytes as I suggested on post #6?
I answered that question. Yes I did uninstall both Malwarebytes and Avira.
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23 Mar 2019   #16
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bobesin View Post
I answered that question. Yes I did uninstall both Malwarebytes and Avira.
Yes you did.

Open services (%windir%\system32\services.msc) and set Win update to Manual.
Open Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Windows Update\Change settings and set Never check for updates and un mark Give me recommended updates.

Then manually Check for updates. Does it run forever?
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23 Mar 2019   #17
bobesin

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Yeah bro it searches forever, I did everything that you said. What's next?
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23 Mar 2019   #18
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

WU bugs and fixes aren't my specialty
Try this:
On a recent installation, you must have first to install KB3020369.
Windows update fix KB3172605

My recommendation to avoid telemetry and other trash, leave Services - Windows Update - Manual. On WU page set it to Never check and monthly install the Security ONLY updates. Run WU manually to find updates for Office etc and decide witch one to install.

Monthly install the SECURITY ONLY updates. Windows 7 SP1 update history

Read my post MS releases SP2 for Windows 7

Updates SHA-2 support kB4474419, KB4490628
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23 Mar 2019   #19
bobesin

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Megahertz07 View Post
WU bugs and fixes aren't my specialty
Try this:
On a recent installation, you must have first to install KB3020369.
Windows update fix KB3172605

My recommendation to avoid telemetry and other trash, leave Services - Windows Update - Manual. On WU page set it to Never check and monthly install the Security ONLY updates. Run WU manually to find updates for Office etc and decide witch one to install.

Monthly install the SECURITY ONLY updates. Windows 7 SP1 update history

Read my post MS releases SP2 for Windows 7

Updates SHA-2 support kB4474419, KB4490628
Hey man, I did and when I tried to install "Windows6.1-KB3020369-x64" it says this. What should I do?


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23 Mar 2019   #20
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

Install Windows update fix KB3172605

On the sequence: (edited)
kb3179573
KB947821
KB2813347

Updates SHA-2 support kB4474419, KB4490628
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