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    Run -> msconfig -> services -> (if needed, untick 'hide all microsoft services' ->) tick 'windows updates'.


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    thx for the fast reply snow but it still wont work is there anyway to freshly install windows update? without a restore?

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    So much different fixes for this on google. :/
    From straight out simple ones to the mindf*cking ones from microsoft.

    Try this one:
    http://helpdeskgeek.com/windows-7/ca...-windows-7-pc/


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    gahh thank you soo much snow i did try to search google but i guess i wasent looking hard enough

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    Just as Snowbunzz said, there are a lot different solutions on the internet. The one that I found working for me was:
    https://www.technomayhem.com/2017/12...e-not-running/

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