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Sorry, but it if WU is disabled, then it ought not to be checking for updates. That is why I originally suggested not only changing it to "never check for updates", but also disabling it and stopping it from

Let's try this: The concept is that you are going to install them from the standalone installers that you have downloaded locally to your computer, NOT via Windows Update.

Windows Update is meant to operate quietly inside the background.I really don't understand why I can't even get this update to run; this is starting to get frustrating!Shoot, the first file still hangs at searching for Windows updates when attempting to install it.HTH, MM Edited by Moxie Momma, 04 November 2016 - PM. Unfortunately, after following your advice and attempting to install the first fixpack, it refuses to run, and displays an error prompt. If it's a new Windows install, install 3125574 and reboot. (NOTE: for most folks for whom this approach did work (myself included), there were no Windows error messages.It says the following: "Installer encountered an error: 0x80070422 The service cannot be started, either because it is disabled or because it has no enabled devices associated with it." Edited by hamluis, 08 November 2016 - AM. Then install 3020369 and reboot, if not already done. It was just a question of perpetual "checking for updates".) HTH, MM Hey guys, so unless I'm misunderstanding your most recent advice, I essentially tried again what I initially did; that being having the Windows Update service running, but having Windows set to "Never check for updates", and then attempting to install the recommended files.

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