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However, I had a problem when I tried to install the updates, it seemed to hang creating a restore point.At that point I reran the microsoft fixit tool i think i got from Troubleshoot problems with installing updates - Windows Help windows update then worked fine. Please let me know if your issue does -OR- doesn't get resolved.I once had success when I left the computer on standby all day, and returned to see it updating. As Windows Update never used to have any issues, before this mass "lets get everyone onto W10" mindset.

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I spent 2 days trying about 20 different fixes from many different websites.

I tried MS fixit, manual updates, deleting the Software Distribution files, sfc /scannow, checking for malware, and fixing fix BITS all to no avail.

After installing all the updates the windows update started working properly.

The download link to the offline windows update tool I used is WSUS Offline Update - Update Microsoft Windows and Office without an Internet connection I found a very comprehensive step by step tutorial for using this tool here Checking for updates stuck [Solved] [Windows 7 SP 1, 8.1 &10] - How I Solve I hope this information would save others some time...

And in the morning it was still showing checking for updates...

After searching the web for hours and trying many solutions posted here and other forums.

Now this Method doesn't necessarily fix Windows Update right away (does after updates are done) but rather than a bypass or a workaround. Both are failing to do anything in regards to windows update. uses up 25% of CPU all of the time, with WUAUSERV (Windows Update service) being the culprit.

I will provide images with this Method sense it's a little tricky. I recall that updates are usually released every Tuesday; however this happens every day.

Computer type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number HP 15-ac153sa OS Windows 7 Professional, 64 bit CPU Intel Core i7-4510U @ 2.00GHZ Memory 8GB DDR3 Graphics Card Intel HD 4400 (integrated) Screen Resolution 1366x768 (built in laptop); 1024x768 (external monitor) Keyboard Asus 2.4GHz Wireless Keyboard Mouse Asus 2.4GHz Wireless Mouse Cooling 1x built in laptop fan Hard Drives 2TB HDD, partitioned as 1TB (Windows 7) and 1TB (Windows 10) 2TB external HDD (portable) Internet Speed Virgin Media "70Mbps"; EE 4G Mobile up to 30Mbps Antivirus Mc Afee Total Protection Browser Slim Jet (Chromium), Pale Moon (Firefox), Chrome, Firefox Other Info Laptop is set up as dual boot with Windows 7 Professional and Windows 10 Home. This has worked for me every time: The solution: Stop the Windows Update Service (wuauserv).

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