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Bill Peace But this is an upgrade through windows updates, no chance for a fresh install I assume. According to Microsoft, this should have fixed your problems and Windows Update should now work normally without any long delays. Though he's mostly a Windows and gadget guy, he has a fondness for anything tech. Shoot me.

I'm just now getting some update dialog boxes, after well more than an hour. Edited by HasQuestions Tuesday, May 06, 2014 7:16 PM Tuesday, May 06, 2014 6:42 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Ok, Major update here, guys. I'll let you know the results of this change, Lawrence. C:\Users\ED\Downloads\Microsoft\WSUS Offline Update\wsusoffline\client\cmd> Any ideas what the problem is and how to correct it?Thanks.

October 29, 2016 I used the WSUS, 3rd party program (that the article referred to) and it

I read this article and the posts, and merely put in my two cents worth, based my own experiences, and again MY needs re; a personal computer. It goes to the ISP as "update.microsoft.com.nsatc.net." And it comes back as "update.microsoft.com.nsatc.net......!.......o...admin.!.fixme.example.com." I referenced this in my OP when I mentioned the packet analysis I performed. I understand this is what you believe, and it's probably a reasonable assumption, but that's the problem: It's an assumption. This is not a good product and they deserve ridicule for this abomination.

If so, then you're not someone who can actually engage in a discussion, and you really should just blog your infinite wisdom. It restarts the Windows Update Services. I enabled it because I experienced system slow down and for security reasons. I've always had mine on manual update and just went to check if there was anything available.

Then click on the Resource Monitor tab. Get our InfoWorld Daily Newsletter: Go Windows 10 upgrade stuck at 99 percent? Patrick Proctor EULAs can get away with just about anything since it's contract law. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/971058 I just don't want them forcing me to upgrade ALL of my machines.

The company's opt-out for Windows 10 installation is unlikely to be much better. I also confirmed that my clients are set to resolve requests from my internal DNS servers with any external addresses being resolved via forwarding. look for how my update is delivered. Sure enough a list of Win 8.1 & Silverlight updates came up under the IMPORTANT tab.

Chrome, thank you. https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/10164/fix-windows-update-errors I always have better luck doing fresh installs. I am no discouraging anyone. It was just what I needed since the Microsoftian Evil Empire never offers to do anything to help its long-suffering customers.

What makes this funny is people saying that Win10 must be that bad if MS is giving it away for free ignoring the fact that after 25 years of being free KB2803821 Breaks WMV Support, Steam Games Update KB2803821 for Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP caused problems in a wide variety of applications using Microsoft's Windows Media Video support. Do you have any ideas? It was.

Some people will find it user friendly and some will not. Even though the compatibility checker said all was fine, it turns out Intel does not make a W10 driver for 3rd gen processors. Stop procrastinating and put your best intentions to work with this handy priority... Go 1.8 goes for efficiency and convenience The latest release candidate for Go features HTTP2 Push support and an updated compiler back end for...

Try and do something on your pc a little more advanced than facebook, candy crush or freecell. Apparently a compatibility issue. The first step is to diagnose the issue and determine where it's broken.

I reverted and was very much relieved for more reasons than that.

But I am glad to see someone who likes it. Just because someone likes it doesn't mean they are shrill. Even worse, this process could run in the background and cause high CPU usage for no apparent reason Microsoft's recommendation is to use the DISM /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth command if you're There should be a very clear statement that this is different than the average update users have been installing.

ResetWUAgent v2.0 Stops Windows Update, BITS, Application Identity, Cryptographic Services and SMS Host Agent (SCCM client) services Cleans up AU cache folder and log file Re-registers *.dll files Removes WSUS Client Whiteowl Not sure to whom you are writing, but I for one am no "troll". Alhanalem Windows 10 has more security than any previous edition to date, and while it does have flaws, it is far from a "substandard product." It is very user friendly to That's how DNS works.

Are you so arrogant to blithely belittle anyone who has a differing opinion from yours? NineCatsz Sorry, dude, but if you purchase it, you own it. But there is nothing I can do about it. I am also still able to receive automatic updates.

First I want to state the fact that I appreciate you guys replying to this. We did this on purpose, as none of us is entirely confident that Windows 10 will meet our current needs…. Aye I purchased Windows 7 and as I paid for it, it is my choice whether or not to upgrade. EnormousHeart87 I have Windows 10 on my laptop but I'm not putting it on both of my daughter's laptops mainly because I might need to use them for work from home

This is why I used the word "most". For background, this might help: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Example.com ... windows 8? Even though the DNS queries appear to be timing out, my workstations are STILL picking up automatic updates.

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