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I am running Win10 on a Dell Inspiron 13 with 7th Gen Core I7 64 bit. I have had failures to download or install a recent update. I finally thought to turn off all the Malwarebytes protections and the update installed correctly. I then turned everything back on.
Running Windows 7 Professional 64x in an HP Probook 4530s, Explorer 9, Microsoft Security Essentials, Malwarebytes, SpyBot. Have been prompted often to upgrade to Explorer 11 after getting 'your browser is out of date' messages. Attempts to download Explorer 11: 'you need Win 7 SP1 or Server 2008 R2 SP1 to install Exp 11'. Followed directions given for this question in Microsoft Community. Attempted download of 'System Update Readiness Tool for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB947821)' Message: 'Initializing Installation: done!' 'Installing Hotfix for Windows (KB947821): (1 of 1)', however, after more than ~ 60 mins, the installation bar indicated nothing, no progress. Cancelled 'installation'. Attempts at installing 'Windows 7 Service Pack 1 for x64-based Systems (KB976932)': download appeared successful, automatically restarting twice after 'preparing to configure windows', BUT: 'configuring windows updates' STOPS at the 35% mark. Check of Update list indicates: 'FAILED'. This has happened every time I have attempted an installation. Windows Community forums suggest turning off ALL AV programs prior to installation attempts. I know how to do this for Security Essentials, but not sure how to do this with Malwarebytes (installation licence code?). Any advice from anyone who has had a similar problem, and found a solution, would be very much appreciated!
Hello, Malwarebytes, Windows updates, and Microsoft Security Essentials will not update. Also, i'm getting an ERR_CONNECTION_TIMES_OUT error in Google Chrome. I am running on Windows 7 and have run all updates till the updating service stopped working. After Installing Malwarebytes to check for malware I notice that its updating service is not working either. As for Internet browsing I get an ERR_CONNECTION_TIMES_OUT error on Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Firefox for certain websites. Especially websites that deal with removing malware hint hint lol. I just cant figure out how to remove this stuff. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Hello, I was wondering if any other forum users have tips and or tricks for keeping thier WSUS server clean and getting those update windows to display 100%? For some reason information on this task is tough to find. Sometimes it seams like it is extreamly technicle or far too generic, so I decided to see what others recommend. Thanks!