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Fixed. Thought I was faced with a complete reinstall as my laptop not provided with Windows disks - only recovery disks to revert to factory condition. Anyway all good now thamks to both you guys. Sorry to sound surprised but have spent a long time on this Microsoft weakness. http://gsdclb.org/unable-to/unable-to-install-windows.php

Richard November 25, 2016 Reply Thank you so much for this article. Thank you very much !!! Products, services, websites - we're here to help with technical issues, not market for others. You rock!!

Stan Chmelyk December 8, 2016 Reply Literally days wasted over the course of several months, I had tried every solution I could find online. It works every time for me (so far). I am at my ropes end and ready to load the shotgun. 22 answers Last reply Mar 31, 2016 Best Answer Mar 31, 2016 More about install win sp1 update mcnumpty23Mar What's impeding it from working now?

It worked!!!! He gave it to me to remove malware and viruses but there were so many that I chose to do a clean install of Windows 7. Prahlad says: 5 years ago You are a geek indeed. That helped me a lot.

Only thing I can figure is I may have installed an earlier update out of order or I installed something that changed it enough for the SP1 update to fail. Since a new install is less likely to have any of those problems, but definitely has problems with updating, these steps assume a new install without those other issues being present How easy is that? Julian Evetts November 28, 2016 Reply Thanks so much for the detailed instructions and links to files.Crap, Win 7 is just as buggy as Win 3.0, Win 95 etc When will

David January 10, 2017 Reply Thank you it worked perfectly, thanks for taking the time to help us old timers!! After performing the procedure below, you should be able to save time and do the Win7 SP1 Convenience Rollup (KB3125574) instead of letting Windows Update download 200+ updates if you want. Followed your procedure and Windows Update started right up as though nothing had happened. They give you stickers!

There was a driver update count: 62. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3016572/install-win-sp1-update.html Here's What to Do” Albie August 6, 2016 Reply Thank you for a very helpful post, it worked for me, I really needed those extra files, and the stop windows update And even a non computer nerd as me, has a chance to go through all the steps! After few times switching on/off monitor while having DirectX game open, there are huge memory corruptions.

My drive had bad sectors so I put a 1tb drive in and updated from a backup. my review here a way to know all the .inf files which need fix ????? Matty says: 6 years ago That is brilliant. Bobcat bobcat5536, Jul 30, 2015 #2 flavallee Frank Trusted Advisor Joined: May 12, 2002 Messages: 72,550 I have tried on several occasions over the last two years to install sp1

This situation reminded my why I switched to Linux a few years ago. I fixed that, ran again, now it errored on the 60th and so on… I hope nobody has the same error with it dying on the 5th or so driver update… I'm really pleased to have found this. http://gsdclb.org/unable-to/unable-to-install-any-windows-in-hp-notebook.php JJ says: 5 years ago Just had this issue.

Roman Iakoubtchik Solid fix! Thank you so much! Want to pay it forward?

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Windows 7 Update solution: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/wind ... That’s just the first round. Worked 100% Don't know what we would do without people like you that figure things out and share. Nemanja the very first time error ever happened the very first how-to post I tried the very best solution guess I was lucky today; will hang around --- explore other stuff

This worked for me as well. Bless you! Hi I had this same problem but it can e fixed easy, fist you need to dl this update https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?i... navigate to this website as a duel boot for most of my computer needs, alifonline says: 5 years ago Great solution.

permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]gharryg 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)Did Windows activate properly? I was working on fresh install of Windows 7 Home Premium replacing Vista. Be sure to choose the correct version for your operating system and system type.

Restart your PC.Run Windows Update again.This may take a couple of hours to complete!This should resolve most issues Took 6 times of redoing steps 3 and 4 with a new attempt to update between each, but it worked.

Click to Run Tom’s guide in the world Germany France Italy Ireland UK About Us | Contact Us | Legal | Terms Of Use | Privacy | Copyright Policy | Purch Other posts I have found give the same or similar advice as found here. Click OK and try Windows Update. Open up a command prompt (cmd) as administrator and run sfc /scannow This will run for a while and produce a file called CBS.log which you can find in %WINDIR%\Logs\CBS (usually

James says: 5 years ago +1000! Marian January 3, 2017 Reply Thank you! If I put the old Seagate drive back in I am able to update my system with no problems. Alan1955Lion says: 5 years ago I am running Windows7 on a Dell Inspiron laptop.

I clean installed Windows 7 32 bit on it and found that I could not install any Windows updates. Every time I choose the "advanced" options and format the drive. John January 5, 2017 Reply You are a star ! - this worked like a dream, thank you Matt January 5, 2017 Reply Fantastic! Again, I thank you sincerely, Joe in Minnesota Joe Nechanicky December 27, 2016 Reply Just to clarify,This is the second computer I installed W7 on this week, your fix worked on

There's a beer waiting for you in Framingham, MA. 🙂 Steph It worked! All is well in the world now and the people are rejoicing. if you are stuck at searching for updates on this computer, stop the windows update servcies and restart the kb install Pyc January 8, 2017 Reply i just changed DNS settings But didn't created recovery disk.

fabio January 4, 2017 Reply Thank you for detailed solution.