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Suspect Windows Update Service is corrupt

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Old 01-28-2008
qrem
 

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Suspect Windows Update Service is corrupt

Back in the October time frame Windows update hung my system. From that
point on updates have not taken place. I see that the Windows Update
Service is not start. It is configures to start automatically delayed. I
have started it, change to configuration to start automatically, etc.
but no matter what configuration I will stop when I attempt to use
Windows Update.

Does anyone know of a way to recreate or reinstall the Windows Update
Services? Will it require a reinstall? Any other work aground?

Appreciate any suggestions.


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Old 10-20-2009
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Re: Suspect Windows Update Service is corrupt

I had the same issue, and tried all troubleshooting tips. To make a
long story short, a previous update pack was corrupt.

Back up your system and re-install Vista, you will save yourself alot
of grief!


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Old 10-20-2009
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Re: Suspect Windows Update Service is corrupt
To whom and what are you answering to

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