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Windows 7: manually install updates

01 Aug 2011   #11
furydeath

Windows 7 Pro. x64
 
 

Yep the scan find a few things but can't ever get them fixed.


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01 Aug 2011   #12
marsmimar

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by furydeath View Post
Yep the scan find a few things but can't ever get them fixed.
Under the circumstances, you might consider a Repair Install to fix Windows 7. A Repair Install should fix all your damaged/corrupt files while saving your user accounts, data, programs, system drivers, etc.

Repair Install
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01 Aug 2011   #13
furydeath

Windows 7 Pro. x64
 
 

Tried it wont work say the V. drive is not there or something like that.
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03 Aug 2011   #14
furydeath

Windows 7 Pro. x64
 
 

THink i got it to update another way probably wont ever do it again tho cause it sent the computer into an endless reboot loop but i think it's up to date now
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07 Aug 2011   #15
furydeath

Windows 7 Pro. x64
 
 

We'll if only i could reinstall windows that would do it to bad it wont work.
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