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And then follow the step's below:
Download and install Windows Installer 3.1 and reboot.
If that doesn’t work then you can try to stop the Automatic Update service and clear out the previously downloaded files and cache.
Open the Services console by clicking on Start, Run and typing in services.msc and clicking Ok. Stop the Automatic Update service by right clicking on it and choosing Stop.
Open My Computer or Windows Explorer and make sure that hidden files and folders are shown.
Navigate to WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\Download and delete all the files within this folder. Then navigate to WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\EventCache and delete all the files in there as well.
In the Services console, start the Automatic Update service by right clicking on it and choosing Start. You may also want to check its properties and make sure it is set to Automatic for startup type.
Download the latest version of the Windows Update Agent and save it to your desktop.
Close your web browser and any other open programs and double click the WindowsUpdateAgent30-x86.exe file to run it.
If you get a message saying that the Update Agent is already installed, then click on Start, Run and then click the Browse button and navigate to where WindowsUpdateAgent30-x86.exe was saved on your desktop and click on it one time. Click on the Open button and in the Open line, click once on WindowsUpdateAgent30-x86.exe file so its highlighted. Click after the last quotation mark in the line and enter /wuforce after the last quotation mark so it looks something like "C:\Documents and Settings\username\Desktop\WindowsUpdateAgent30-x86.exe" /wuforce. Click Ok to install the Windows Update Agent
Close all open programs and install the update.
Restart your computer and try downloading and installing Windows updates again. If your computer already has some updates that were downloaded during the time you were performing the above steps, cancel them and download them again from scratch.
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This November update rollup also includes all previous updates since the previous image update in April 2014. This is a convenient single step to bring Windows clients and servers up to date. Unlike our April update, the November update rollup is not required to be able to continue to receive security or other updates. However, we strongly recommend that you deploy it to Windows clients and servers to benefit from these new features and improvements as well as to prevent many known issues that have been resolved since April. This update is thoroughly tested to the same quality level as our previous service packs. I count more than 60 patches in the November rollup. When released, it immediately bricked computers running Avast antivirus, and other problems appeared. Avast fixed the problem with its update 141125-1, issued near the end of November.
I can't find any reference to the change from "optional" to "important," but it appears there was no change in the patch itself to warrant the new status. At least, the official Windows Update changelog doesn't mention any change in the patch this year. The KB article doesn't mention any changes, either, although it was updated on March 2, with no explanation given. It's now up to version 11.0.
My take: If you haven't installed it, don't install it yet. There's nothing pressing in the rollup -- no threat to withhold future updates, for example.
Instead, wait for this month's Patch Tuesday release on March 10. At this point, more than 20 separate nonsecurity patches are waiting to be rolled out the Automatic Update chute. Let's see what happens when the smoke clears toward the end of this month and see if any more KB 3000850-specific complaints emerge.
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