WU repeatedly installs the same two updates. KB2686828 and KB2656839.

I am repeatedly offered the same two updates that are installed automatically. When I try to install any other optional updates, they are downloaded but do not install. When I check the update history, there is no failure message or any indication the downloaded updates tried to install. I tried to install in the clean boot state that didn't work and I tried to fork to install. The two who installed do not add and remove programs. I also tried the update fix - it who said that had changed the location data. Is there anything else I can do? Thank you.

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Hi Kathleen,.

Did you change your computer before this problem?

This problem occurs when one of the following conditions is true:

(a) an error has occurred during installation. The update has not been installed.

(b) the update has been installed. However, a file was not updated to restart the computer.

You can follow this link & check if the isuse persists:

Troubleshooting Windows Update or Microsoft Update when you are repeatedly offered an update


Reference:
How to troubleshoot Windows Update, Microsoft Update and Windows Server Update Services installation issues?

Hope the helps of information.

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