Really? Windows being stupid? what a shock!
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I'd be careful with sfc. If you do ask it to restore and register all the dlls as default this can, and does screw up any program installed that used its own version of a known dll, usually meaning it has to be repaired or reinstalled.
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From: "Shaun Everiss" <sm.everiss@...>
Sent: Monday, September 04, 2017 6:53 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Update Problem
Well have you run the windows update troubleshooter?
Failing this the windows update readyness tool.
there is sfc/scannow as well as the dism/online/cleanupimage/restorehealth.
If neither of these work, windows is being stupid.
Does it happen on other systems.
If it doesn't you maybe need to reformat and reinstall windows.
If it does or you have no other thing to test this with then it could be a net issue.
I had the same issue with ms once on old win7 x86 some of this solution may still be valid I kept it about.
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Action: Tried to download Windows Updates
Result: Failed, error 0x084402f
Cause: Possible connectivity issues, manual updates needed.
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In that there is something to do with dns settings, fiddle with those and maybe it works maybe it doesn't then put them back.
You may also want to get your lines tested though to be honest I have no idea what one can do with newer wireless and voip and other services.
If you ring your isp they may refresh your connection and usually it works but if it doesn't they may send someone to look at the connections.
Win10 should be fine, however I had issues with my uncle's server, his security software and a wireless card.
The system got a lot of what it thought was malware and other things some was junk and I cleared it but the security software got to good for itself and mangled the account and the system.
After recreating the mangled account and a few other reinstalls of some things, I traced the issue to faulty hardware and replaced it.
On 4/09/2017 10:16 a.m., Andrea Sherry wrote:
I have an update problem with Windows 10 pro 64 bit and would like suggestions for a list I could consult please.