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Windows Updates


Dickptwo

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WINDOWS7 IS UPDATING EVERY DAY.

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rdave13

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I thought it would be dot net problems. Horrible issue. Try a manual install from here. Reboot after installation.

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Nontek

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Duplicate post in Win7 Help

Diskptwo

Please mark your other thread with a Green-tick, then stick to this thread. Only causes confusion if there is more than one thread per subject. Also please note that all Capitals is considered as shouting!

As I said, stick with this one Thread, someone will come to your aid!

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rdave13

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As I said, stick with this one Thread, someone will come to your aid!

I'm trying to help Nontek, honest. Try easiest solutions first before going to the dot net removal and reinstall as that carries risks.

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rdave13

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This worked for XP, link.

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Dickptwo

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Sorry, I did'nt understand the post protocol. I am in my eighties and I am a little slow. I am going to follow the last advice and delete .NET4 Thanks

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onthelimit1

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Have a look at the update history and ensure that the updates are successful. If not, it may be trying to install the same update over and over again. In that case, you could bar that particular update (unlikely to make any difference to the way the PC runs).

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Nontek

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Dickptwo

From your comments, I guess you are new to these Forums - so Welcome, always good to meet newcomers!

In your eighties eh, well you are in good company, many more like us behind these screens - though I am only 77yrs young!

I hope your little problem is solved!

Another bit of advice - in order to mark your Thread as Resolved (that is with a Green tick), simply click on any of the large Grey ticks in your Thread and then click on the Post button below this text box.

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