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You can change the settings to allow updates to be installed automatically or manually.You can also download Windows updates from Safe Mode. Restart your computer and press "F8" repeatedly during the booting process.The following screen will show you a list of booting options.Select "Safe Mode with Networking" and press "Enter." This article was written by the It Still Works team, copy edited and fact checked through a multi-point auditing system, in efforts to ensure our readers only receive the best information.Please be as detailed as possible when submitting a solution or suggestion. As this is a Windows Update issue, you are entitled to free technical support from Microsoft, regardless of current warranty status. The MS support person in India had me report several things to him then reinstall Vista, which solved the problem.Given their abilities to better troubleshoot such issues using their own diagnostic tools and non-public reference databases, I recommend you to begin a new support incident. My other symtoms were Vista would not recognize my virus protection program nor let me run MS Defender. I wondered you been caught by Vista update problem for a week, which never occur for me.It is set to notify me when updates are available but lets me decide when to download and install them.
First - check the error code windows update will generate when it fails - most likely it some device driver which conflicts with the update.
There are simply too many possibilities and too much data in the resulting log files to adequately address in a forum setting, though others are more than welcome to provide their own suggestions. John I had a similar issue and got an error code that didn't make sense and there was nothing on-line. It turned out that I shouldn't have left the old Office 2003 software installed when I upgraded to Office 2007, this caused all Windows office updates to fail. I format first HDD and re-install Vista every 3 ~ 6month, and it take you 1~2 hours at most.
So don't be hesitant to do reintall when you find any problem in Windows. If Vista Required a reinstall every 3-6 months there is no way I would ever reccomend it to anyone.
I have three different systems (plus another I'll mention later), so let me describe them - one appears to have similar symptoms to you, if you are using Automatic updates. I run a consultancy and they reflect what my clients are doing.
One uses the Yellow Shield Automatic Update feature.
It is very important to keep your computer updated.