Re: HELP! Windows can't update
Thanks for the suggestions. It turned out that the Windows updater lookedtoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
for anything to do with WE. There were uninstalled WE setup files in my
download folder. Deleted them and cleared my recycle bin, and the install
ran without a hitch.
Dr. Rick Ely
TVI, Vision Consultant
451 Rocky Hill Road
Florence, MA 01062
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Subject: Re: [nvda] HELP! Windows can't update
Hmm what I would do, and assuming this program will work is this. Windows 10
is presumably the 64 bit version. What was on the machine previously?
Can you still get back?
If yes then do so, put back window Eyes, and use Revo the old version to do
a maximum scanned uninstall, where it can take away loose registry entries.
if avast has ever been on the system get rid of it with the avast cleaner
program. Do your upgrade to windows 10. Now things should work.
I had both these issues on my now long dead desktop that ran Windows 7 when
I upgraded it to 10. However it failed when it tried to install the first
updates straight after the initial update to 10, so rolling it back was
easy, if a little long winded.
Otherwise you could try removing window eyes and avast if its there in
windows 10 with revo, but I don't know if it can run. Because windw eyes is
32 bit the free old version has no issues removing it.
Avast is still the cleaner program.
Are you definitely sure the problem is the window eyes software? In my case
it was the freeby Microsoft gave away with Office for a while and so I was
surprised Microsoft had not figured out how to remove it properly!
I expect others will be along to suggest other things though.
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