Window vista updating

16-Jul-2018 13:26

They told me that it was a software problem and that was not covered, that it would cost 200 to 300 bucks to fix.Well I did not think that was right, pulled my computer and took it to other cumputer store The best solution is to turn off automatic updates.

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I do of course run Windows Update manually regularly to keep updated but I prefer to do it manually so I have Automatic Updates turned off and thus want to keep Security Center from warning me all the time that Automatic Updates are turned off. I was looking up for this solution too and found it at Microsoft Support site (How to configure automatic updates by using Group Policy or registry settings). Locate and then click the following key in the registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Windows Update\AU (You may have to create the keys Windows Update and AU) 2.

You can also set Vista to automatically install recommended updates, which can address non-critical problems and help enhance your computing experience.

Optional updates are not downloaded or installed automatically.

Then do your updates and when you are done, change it back. My experience with this problem is that the Microsoft article linked above was utterly useless.

System Restore only works if you have restore points saved on your computer.

I do of course run Windows Update manually regularly to keep updated but I prefer to do it manually so I have Automatic Updates turned off and thus want to keep Security Center from warning me all the time that Automatic Updates are turned off. I was looking up for this solution too and found it at Microsoft Support site (How to configure automatic updates by using Group Policy or registry settings). Locate and then click the following key in the registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Windows Update\AU (You may have to create the keys Windows Update and AU) 2.

You can also set Vista to automatically install recommended updates, which can address non-critical problems and help enhance your computing experience.

Optional updates are not downloaded or installed automatically.

Then do your updates and when you are done, change it back. My experience with this problem is that the Microsoft article linked above was utterly useless.

System Restore only works if you have restore points saved on your computer.

My repair was to reinstall from scratch, a pain,as all know so well.