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Reply dragonmouth August 20, 2014 at 11:31 pm You're repeating yourself, Bob P. As pointed out by MVP James F above, it would have included in your backup which you restored. I then restored Win 7 HP 64-bit using the Lenovo restore DVD’s (factory install) which was not SP1. Read More can be easy to resolve, but an infinite reboot loop How To Fix A Windows 7 Infinite Reboot Loop How To Fix A Windows 7 Infinite Reboot Loop Have weblink

I then booted up again with the TI2011 disk and restored the MBR separately. Uninstall Windows Updates In Windows Uninstalling updates from within Windows is very simple. And a bunch of other combinations of above.So I think there is an issue with system restore. My point being is that not every backup needs to be a disk backup but if you are restoring to a new disk, then the best backup to have is the

After days of fighting with this and following all the useless "solutions" microsoft gives in all the sundry places it gives them by all the incompetent people they employ and utilize, Please see the mitigations for known issue 3 for details. I now have a combination of your problem & ziggyboy’s problem. Reply Guy August 20, 2014 at 1:48 am I don't see where I'm referring to "all" people.

Downloaded and ran "iata_cd.exe" (multiple Language as my W7 64-bit Home Premium SP1 is running in Norwegian) from: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&ProdId=2101&DwnldID=22194&ProductFamily=Software+Products&ProductLine=Chipset+Software&ProductProduct=Intel%c2%ae+Rapid+Storage+Technology+(Intel%c2%ae+RST)&lang=eng Rebooted and everything worked perfectly without update issues at all!! Reply Alan T August 21, 2014 at 3:07 am Sorry for the typos in the first post, here corrected, may make more sense. Reply rika August 20, 2014 at 5:12 pm Has anyone out there have a solution for the dreaded BSOD on Windows Vista? All you need to fix Windows 8 is a recovery disk, either on CD/DVD, a USB or an external hard disk drive.

Like I said, I'm not having any problems due to these updates so far; but if they start acting up sometime in the future, I'm out of options! I restored the image from Saturday and all is well. Reply Bob P August 20, 2014 at 3:38 pm Dear Dragon, Tell us a little about your perfect self. I used Zach's input and downgraded to the MS built-in driver(2006) which allowed the HD to report it's FS geometry correctly to the OS (you do take a performance hit though)

Reply robw says: 2012/09/11 at 12:48 pm Many thanks for this post! It's still puzzling why the auto update seems to have corrected itself - I can now run the "Windows Update" function without problems. Now I still have the icon in my task bar but whenever I place my cursor over it it says I have new updates available. Of course that may cost money should increased resource be needed but as you move to systems that rely on you more and more (say Office 365) is this not the

I tried STOR_F6_32_10.1.0.1008_PV.exe, but still getting "This program might not have installed correctly". It really seems to be something that should be addressed by Symantec. The update does not do what it should, it effectively breaks your system and the solution is "fix it yourself". Reply Tina February 8, 2015 at 9:19 pm What happens when you try to uninstall from Safe Mode?

Reply MIDAS says: 2014/03/14 at 5:57 pm So glad I came across this post! http://powerglobaldesigns.com/windows-update/windows-update-not-working-after-fix-it.html I have 2 identical ST9750420AS drives. Obviously I have no qualms about using Windows, but as with all other operating systems, it has drawbacks, yes, but it also has advantages. Then use the following command: dism /image:C:\ /remove-package/PackageName:Package_for_insert_exact_package_name_here Example: dism /image:C:\ /remove-package/PackageName:Package_for_KB2976897~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~ After removing the update, try to reboot and fingers crossed all will be well.

I also ran into this issue after "cloning" a WD HDD to a Crucial SSD on a 64-bit Win 7 Acer Aspire 5738ZG laptop - the "Check for Updates" button did This looping is an example of very poor workmanship Reply Bearworf November 29, 2014 at 3:37 pm Once I get rid of this Microsoft BS, I am purchasing a different OS. Previously, the box to enable formatting of the disk was greyed out; after loading the drivers, this was enabled and I dutifully ticked it. http://powerglobaldesigns.com/windows-update/windows-update-update-not-working.html So I bought another drive (same size) and restored my image!

Went to install while on it and it gets stuck installing at creating a restore point. U bet! After restoration, I discovered that Windows Update refused to fetch any updates, even though the corresponding service appeared to be running without any trouble.

My fix was to manually install the latest Intel driver: Intel® Rapid Storage Technology  (link may be stale - see update below) That installs a lot more than necessary - AFAICS

  • Macrium runs weekly so I will always have a recent backup when (not if) it happens again.Thanks,Steve GandalfFeb 13, 2010, 4:40 AM Sounds like a plan.
  • Reply Simon says: 2013/06/26 at 10:03 am Odd… Apparently my computer does not meet the minimum requirements to install this product.
  • The WU issue was discovered after the fact (but made it easier to confirm whether the issue was fixed or not).
  • Read More , here’s a quick list of troubleshooting steps that will help you restore Windows to a functional state.
  • Reply JADsHome August 18, 2014 at 10:54 am I'm glad you posted this - it's confirmed my suspicions that the august update had introduced a gremin !
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Anyone else experience this? After removing the offending updates (see below), you can restore the registry file, the support page explains how this is done. The 500 GB HDD has been running fine for months, but it’s been filling up, hence my wish to upgrade to 750 GB. I got continuous error messages telling me to click such-and-such an error code to find out what to do.

Well, that file errored out. Flores on Windows Update Broken After Cloning Hard drivePeter on Windows Update Broken After Cloning Hard drivejohn on Phantom NumLockArchives November 2016 October 2016 September 2016 June 2016 December 2015 November After the driver install and reboot the fsutil reported bytes per physical sector as 4096 instead of unsupported. http://powerglobaldesigns.com/windows-update/windows-update-not-working-after-update.html Chances are it got stuck and has no way out.

Reply moi August 19, 2014 at 7:44 pm Yes, because all other operating systems are perfect.