Windows Update restart Notification keeps coming
I have a user who keeps having notified it needs to restart his PC because updates have been applied and they need of a reboot. The only thing that is good when the window comes up to him "restart now" is grayed out and only "restart later" is clickable. then he clicks that and the small icons of automatic update remains at the bottom of the clock.
I made sure that the user has restarted and there. But the guest always to return. We have automatically updated authorized through the policy and I can not change these settings.
· This computer is on a domain?
You may need to log on as an administrator to complete the installation.
If the computer is on the field then I suggest you to ask your question on the Microsoft TechNet Forums.
After that Windows update restarted as requested, by getting only now white screen.
Unable to set up windows
I was able to boot in safe mode and restore that updated windows. Then found that the monitor is released. Again, everything is good
When I go to download the windows updates, it just keeps popping up "Try Again".
How to ask a question:
How to reset the Windows Update settings?
Diagnose and automatically fix common problems with Windows Update
I have windows update set to automatic update, but with the update of security for windows vista (KB2491683) and now windows update (KB 8970158) keep for lack of update
1. you receive messages or error codes?
You can read the following article to reset the Windows Update components and check.
You can try to download the update of security manually from the Microsoft Download Center and see if it helps.
Hope this information is useful.
I have a laptop hp envy x 2 convertible. I just did a refresh with erasure of data for preparation of the laptop for sale. I'm trying to upgrade to 8.1 Windows so I can get the opinion of Windows 10 reserve (already booked before wiping, but I want to make sure it stuck) and I have a problem with the Windows updates.
I did the first round of Windows updates and rebooted. Now whenever I go to check the additional updates, it tells me to restart. I restarted my computer 5 times Yes and I still get the same message. It does not seem to do anything with the updates on reboot. How can I fix?
Hi, thanks for the response. This problem is actually solved to him alone this weekend. When I went the power options, there is an option "to update and restart." Once I chose this option instead of "restart now" from the screen of Windows updates, it installed updates and I have not had any more problems.
Whenever I try to load the Windows updates, that it goes through a process at length check and then refuses to load. It then goes through another process at length:
Failure of Windows dates
Restoration of the changes
Do not turn off your computer
How fix us this problem? I would like to upgrade to Windows 8 to 8.1, but the system keeps refusing the upgrade process. Do I need new drivers Windows installed? I do a lot of graphic work. Would be the removal of the player above: AMD driver miniport multi-vendor affects the use of my graphics card? Just bought the 23 inch want all-in-one model: 23-d203d with intel i7 - 3770 s processor 3.10 GHz with 4 GB 64-Bit system
Thank you for your help and suggestion. I used the format of trouble shooter. He made a few corrections and some updates have been installed in the difficulty but also said there are 2 corrupt files do not set. Do not understand how this can be in a whole new system. Anyway I still can't upgrade windows 8.1 store. Have any suggestions or should I just leave him alone, as is?
even since a recent update (2-3 weeks ago?) my computer would restart on its own investigation, I discovered this automatic update seemed to cause reboot... I turned to THE and it seemed ok for a few days, but he's back... this happens about twice a day... Here's the log to THE most recent, to reset...
2010-05-24 21:57:08:015 808 ff4 Misc = logging initialized (build: 7.4.7600.226, tz:-0500) =.
2010-05-24 21:57:08:046 808 ff4 Misc = process: C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe
2010-05-24 21:57:08:046 808 ff4 Misc = Module: C:\WINDOWS\system32\wuaueng.dll
2010-05-24 21:57:07:968 808 ff4 Service *.
2010-05-24 21:57:08:046 808 ff4 Service * START * Service: Service startup
2010-05-24 21:57:08:046 808 ff4 Service *.
2010-05-24 21:57:10:890 808 ff4 Agent * WU version 7.4.7600.226 customer
2010-05-24 21:57:10:890 808 ff4 Agent * Base Directory: C:\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution
2010-05-24 21:57:10:968 808 ff4 Agent * access type: no proxy
2010-05-24 21:57:11:031 808 ff4 Agent * network state: connected
2010-05-24 21:58:06:156 808 ff4 Agent * Agent: initialization of Windows Update Agent *.
2010-05-24 21:58:06:203 808 ff4 Agent * Agent: initialization of the global parameters cache *.
2010-05-24 21:58:06:203 808 ff4 Agent * WSUS server:
2010-05-24 21:58:06:203 808 ff4 Agent * state WSUS server:
2010-05-24 21:58:06:203 808 ff4 Agent * target group: (Unassigned Computers)
2010-05-24 21:58:06:203 808 ff4 Agent * Windows Update access disabled: No.
2010-05-24 21:58:06:343 808 ff4 DnldMgr Download manager restoring 0 downloads
2010-05-24 21:58:24:593 808 ff4 to THE # to THE: initialization of automatic updates.
2010-05-24 21:58:24:609 808 ff4 to THE setting according to sqm report timeout at 2010-05-25 02:58:24
2010-05-24 21:58:24:640 808 ff4 to THE # to THE disabled through the user preference
2010-05-24 21:58:24:687 808 ff4 to THE initialization feature updates
2010-05-24 21:58:24:750 808 ff4 to THE Found set 0 cached updates featured
2010-05-24 21:58:24:750 808 ff4 to THE delayed finish to initialize
2010-05-24 21:58:27:703 808 ff4 report * report: initialization of static data to report *.
2010-05-24 21:58:27:703 808 ff4 report * OS Version = 5.1.2600.3.0.66304
2010-05-24 21:58:28:296 808 ff4 report * computer brand = INTEL_
2010-05-24 21:58:28:296 808 ff4 report * computer model = D945PVS_
2010-05-24 21:58:28:296 808 ff4 report * Bios revision = SN94510J.86A.0065.2006.0116.1603
2010-05-24 21:58:28:296 808 ff4 report * the Bios name = default system BIOS
2010-05-24 21:58:28:296 808 ff4 report * the Bios Release Date = 2006-01 - 16 T 00: 00:00
2010-05-24 21:58:28:296 808 ff4 report * locale 1033 = ID
No update won't download/install on your computer from WinXP SP3 until you have re-enabled the automatic updates; CF.http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306525
That being said, if THE is disabled (and your newspaper says it's), to THE is not causing restarts it.
What application or antivirus security suite is installed and your current subscription? What anti-spyware (other than Defender) applications? What third-party firewall (if applicable)?
A (another) Norton or McAfee application has already been installed on the computer (for example, a free trial version which is preinstalled when you bought it)?
Open Internet Explorer on this page & run the difficulty: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/980966 what do you get?
~ Robear Dyer (PA Bear) ~ MS MVP (that is to say, mail, security, Windows & Update Services) since 2002 ~ WARNING: MS MVPs represent or work for Microsoft
I have recently bought a new laptop and immediately started my Windows Update. At some point to complete the installation, I was required to restart, I did. When Windows is booting (before it shows me the logon screen), there was a message that says something like 'install updates x x (somefilename)', so I let him
But when I come back a little later, I saw a message that says that the updates have failed and it is changes in recovery, after which it restarts again. When I finally get into Windows, I checked update history and saw that there were only 2 updates failed (others have done), so I manually downloaded those updates that has installed then fine.
My question would be, so my laptop updated correctly? Should I believe what is said in the history of the update or should I study why my updates failed, and what were the changes came back?
I am fairly new to Windows 7, after using Windows XP for quite a long time. Any help is appreciated
If Windows Update (in Control Panel) now says that no other updates are required, everything is OK.
On my laptop and PC (both vista), whenever he does occasionally after the download and installation, windows update, it automatically restarts without warning or permission. How can I do seek approval to restart.
I don't mind my pc auto update, but I don't want to reboot without warning me, because it stops while I am in the middle of a program and I lose my job.
The next option in settings should automatically download but if you need to install. Y at - it an option to download, install, but does not restart until I'm ready?
Change your settings:
Vista features explained: the automatic updates
Updates are not installed until the reboot process was undertaken therefore that your system isn't patched.
If you want more control, change your settings, perhaps only inform. TaurArian [MVP] 2005-2010 - Update Services
Update Windows (W7) asks to reboot all the time. I am up to date with all updates. There are usually deferred until 4 am, but sometimes not, and is called a reboot scheduled for 10 minutes. How can this be stopped? I tried to go back to a restore point, and then update again.
The manual installation of updates that you have to change your update settings to never check the updates and restart the machine first.
Before you try to install manually the updating of double control and make sure that the windows update service does not work after restarting
If so, stop the service and at least switch to manual.
If it is to stop the service and apply
These links will prompt you to download as soon as you click on them just for you give a heads up :)
Then manually install page article detailed KB3172605 with all versions.
Win - 7 32-bit
Win - 7 64-bit
After your windows update settings back to what you had before, and manually check the updates and the rest should appear shortly.
If you need Visual AIDS to refer to this
I wanted to switch to Windows 10 but got stuck on the "start download" page, as have other users.
Looking through the other questions on this site, I have seen that Windows update may need to complete before you start with Windows 10.
I had not run windows update for a long time I thought that would mean Windows 10 would install and I wasn't ready for this, but now I am.
Then I ran windows update and more than 150 updates have been installed.
However, he now says:
"Restart your computer to install important updates
Windows cannot update services and important files while the system uses them. Save... "
I rebooted, shut down, rebooted several times, but this message continues to appear in the Windows Update window.
Still, the update of Windows 10 stuck initially download.
I ran disk cleanup in safe mode, as well as normal and tried to restart, but it did not help. I tried the troubleshooting windows update option, but this did not help.
I used two tools, the Microsoft FixIt who did not help and a WindowsUpdateDiagnostic.diagcab file which allows to find the two errors and saying: he fixed them, but this still does not work, IE always ask me to restart and Windows 10 gets stuck to download from.
The two problems it finds are listed as:
"Windows Update error 0 x 80070005(2016-05-30-T-08_49_44P)" and is listed as fixed
"Problems install the latest updates" and is considered to be fixed.
I am at my wits end and would be really grateful for the help.
If this becomes technical, please help me in using a step by step method or referring to one for me.
I have a laptop of Toshiba Windows 7 64-bit.
Thanks in advance
EDIT: I ran the above diagnostic tool and the error was fixed progresses over time, that is to say it is correct to say 09:03 now... Also, to revise accordingly the so-called updates installed, many of them, but not all, have the status of a failed.
What to do about all this?
I suggest you to download the tool for creating Windows Media 10 ISO and make a place in upgrade.
Download the update of Windows Media Player 10 tool creation build 10586:
How to download an ISO using media tool:
How to make a upgrade in Place using method 1:
If this does not work please restart your computer and wait 20 minutes for the system to operate before you download the information needed to help me investigate your problem. When the review much, not Event Viewer log files all problems show in the period immediately after the computer has booted.
Please provide a copy of your system information file. Type the system information in the search box above the Start button and press the ENTER key (alternative is select Start, all programs, accessories, System Tools, system information). Select file, Export and give the file a name noting where it is located. Not to place the cursor in the body of the report before exporting the file. The system creates a new information file system each time system information is available. You must allow a minute or two before the file is completely filled before exporting a copy. Please download the file to your OneDrive, to share with everyone and post a link here. If the report is in one language other than English, please indicate the language.
Please download and share with everyone a new copy of your log System of your event viewer on your disc one and post a link here. It allows to avoid confusion if you delete all previous copies of the log files of your OneDrive.
To access the system, log, select Start, Control Panel, administrative tools, Event Viewer, in the list on the left of the window, expand Windows logs and select System. Place the cursor on the system, select the Action in the Menu and record all events like (the evtx default file type) and give a name to the file. Do not offer not filtered files. Do not place the cursor in the list of reports before selecting the Action from the menu. Do not clear the logs so that you have a persistent problem.
For assistance OneDrive see paragraph 9.3:
My last installed windows updates have been on 09/03/2016. I tried the DISM and system analysis tool. I tried to restore to an earlier date. I tried Microsoft FixIt and Windows Update tool.
Nothing has worked.
The windows update doesn't install restart or stop.
Running Windows 7 Home Premium on SSD
Dropbox and box are installed. I read that this area could be a problem for someone, so I uninstalled (but does not change).
I never had problems before.
Reset windows update.
I have a pretty annoying problem with trying to upgrade to windows 10 and windows update.
I reserved my copy for Windows 10 and on some occasions, it prompted me to start the upgrade. Then it returns me to my Windows Update program and the message reads.
Restart your computer to install important updates
Windows cannot update services and important files while the system uses them. Save all the files and restart the computer, and then try to check for the updates.
Restart the PC does nothing and the same message applies.
I tried to stop the update of Windows and the BITS service and the deleted software distribution folder, and then by restarting the services. Which does nothing and I'm back to the same situation.
Any ideas? I am tech savvy but not extremely.
Please remove Advanced System Care. Select the hotkey Windows key + R, type Appwiz.cpl and press ENTER . Place the cursor on Advanced System Care, right click and select Uninstall from the menu drop down. Restart your computer.
Select Start, all programs, accessories, right-click right-click command prompt and click run as administrator on the menu drop-down... Type cd\ and press ENTER.
Type net stop wuauserv , then press the ENTER key
Type net stop cryptSvc and press the ENTER key
Type net stop bits , then press the ENTER key
Type net stop msiserver , then press the ENTER key
Type ren C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution SoftwareDistribution.old , and then press the ENTER key
Type ren C:\Windows\System32\catroot2 Catroot2.old and press the ENTER key
Type net start wuauserv , and then press the ENTER key
Type net start cryptSvc , and then press the ENTER key
Type net start bits , and then press the ENTER key
Type net start msiserver , and then press the ENTER key
Type exit , and then press the ENTER key
Please provide a copy of your system information file. Type the system information in the search box above the Start button and press the ENTER key (alternative is select Start, all programs, accessories, System Tools, system information). Select file, Export and give the file a name noting where it is located. Not to place the cursor in the body of the report before exporting the file. The system creates a new information file system each time system information is available. You must allow a minute or two before the file is completely filled before exporting a copy. Please download the file to your OneDrive, to share with everyone and post a link here. Normal mode preferred report. Please say if the report was obtained in safe mode.
Please restart your computer, wait 30 minutes for the system to operate before downloading more information so that the impact of the changes can become apparent.
Please download and share with everybody fresh copies of your System log and journal of the Application (two files) of your event viewer on your disc one and post a link here. You can delete any previous copies of your OneDrive records.
To access the system, log, select Start, Control Panel, administrative tools, Event Viewer, in the list on the left of the window, expand Windows logs and select System. Place the cursor on the system, select the Action in the Menu and record all events like (the evtx default file type) and give a name to the file. Do the same for the application log. Do not offer not filtered files. Do not place the cursor in the list of reports before selecting the Action from the menu. Do not clear the logs so that you have a persistent problem.
While I don't mind Windows Update automatically updates from my PC, view it force a reboot when I am connected causes a problem. I currently have WU configured to perform updates to 03:00, and when it's over, if to do a reboot, I'm not here to tell him to wait. I'd rather leave time settings as they are and simply disable the auto restart, opting instead for WU to let me know that he needs to restart the PC. I found ways to do this on XP and Vista, including registry changes and changes to group policy. However, the registry is obviously a little different, so the keys do not exist compared to what I found, and since I am running Home Premium I have no gpedit.
Where in the registry can I make a change so I do not data lost when WU resets my computer at night?
Another way to do it without hacking the registry, which can be scary for some users), is to follow the instructions on the following Web site:
I stuck in the main rooms, in the cases where the link is dead (but not nice photo well):
- Click Start-> Run (or Vista and 7 just press the windows ORB)
- Type: gpedit.msc
- Expand Local computer policy / Computer Configuration / Administrative Templates / Windows Components / Windows Update
- Double-click on "to demand no auto restart for automatic updates installations".
- Select 'Active', then OK. Close the group policy configuration program.
This should stop it autorestarting.
Ive tried to do a Windows Update. 11 updates fail.
I also tried to update Adobe Reader and it says that Windows Installer service could not be accessed. This can happen if windows install is not properly installed. I went through some forums support and found that the Windows Installer is not on my computer. I can't find the exact link to add it to my computer. I do not know why he is no longer on here. I've updated just find since I got the computer two years ago.
I have Windows Vista Home Premium Service Pack 2.
Any Suggestions for help?
I suggest you follow the steps in the link below and check if it helps:
How to resolve problems connecting to Windows Update or Microsoft Update
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