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I think i turn the update on for automatic update but i don't see it updating anymore i use to see it update.
Windows 7 may still be updating but anything before win 7 will be too old to update win xp is no longer updating and is no longer supported
the system is now win 10
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Latest BIOS and Chipset update would be very helpful to resolve the issue. Especially BIOS update contains very important fixes and enhanced functions. Latest release is 4/2/2007 dated. If yours older than this you can update. After BIOS update you can also update the chipset if issue persists. Here is the link for all drivers you need.
Posted on Jan 15, 2008
SOURCE: configuring updates
If it is windows xp OS plz do the following these step.
start the pc in safe mode and select the administrator login then
go to start programme go to acssories select the system tool- selcet the restore option, turn on windows in previous back day and resloved the porblem,.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
SOURCE: Windows updates
What you should do, is simply reset the auto update program. Basically, turn all automatic updating off and then reboot the computer. After that, reactivate the updater and see if it works correctly. If it still will not work correctly; I'd go about updating with the online updater.
Using that url, you should be able to access the online update system. It all depends on what version of windows you're using.
Now, if you're running windows Vista; there have been a LOT of updates recently. Such as daily windows defender updates, security patches, and yes, quite a bit of performance patches. It could be that you're just seeing the same names on some updates.
Also, if you switch it to notify you but don't download you can manually download and install each update at a time. This could help you find a possible fix if microsoft has already fixed that problem.
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
Try starting in safe mode. If it does boot in safe mode then go to HELP, THEN SYSTEM RESTORE, pick a date before you had these problems. Good luck. You start in safe mode by pressing F8 then selecting SAFE MODE from the menu.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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