Windows 7 - error Code 80200053 Update

I received an AUTOMATIC Windows Update, but had a Windows Update error Code 80200053. The update failed to install.

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    CHKDSK
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    Reset.

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    Get and install the hardware device last drivers for your system hardware/system manufacturers support and/or download web site.

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