Question about Computers & Internet
Log in with administrator.
1) Disable UAC (Control Panel -> User Accounts)
2) Restart your computer
3) Download Windows update agent (Save it dont run it) even if its already there on your computer
Right click and Run it as administrator.
After install, restart. Turn back UAC
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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