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My windows 7 ultimate 64bit is always configuring updates every time i reboot. I tried using windows update and it found some updates and intalled them. One update always fail it says it needs reboot. So i did and it configured again...then did another update and found the same update again and same thing happens reboot and configure. Every time i reboot or start the computer it does the configuring. Can someone help me please. Thanks

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Is your OS at the latest service pack (SP1)? If not, I would service pack it, then apply any remaining updates.

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Ok, so what you have is an update that is "stuck". I still don't know why this happens, but there is a fix for it in the Microsoft database, here somewhere:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/949358

there's heaps more helpout there, too, but this is a good start. Get back to us and we shall see if we can help

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Yup i always get the latest updates only this last one was stuck its so time consuming. Thanks hotmatrixx il give the fix a try.

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Hotmatrixx hats off to you man,thanks....that thing fixed it right away. I hope it stays that way. I knew i can count on peeps here. Again many thanks to all. =)

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now its downloading an update, prolly its re doing the last one. Hope this wont get stuck this time. Update ya guys. Thanks

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Unfortunately its still doin the same thing after downloading the update. I think its having and error on one of them. Please help. Thanks

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If you do not want your computer to download updates then go to control panel and change the settings for Windows Update.

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Unfortunately its still doin the same thing after downloading the update. I think its having and error on one of them. Please help. Thanks

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johhny-marshal - sorry ya just stating the obvious, thats no help at all.

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