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Fresh Install Windows update issue

Q: Fresh Install Windows update issue

Hey people,
So recently I've had a lot of trouble, had a bad hard drive, now it's been replaced and I have reinstalled Vista Home Premium x64. On first start up it says there are 72 updates for my computer. When I okay installation it installs them all except about 5, then it restarts and shows a screen saying that it's installing the updates. Then the wait begins, I fell asleep waiting for it last night, 2 hours down and still no movement.
Is there a way I can just install them a few at a time?
I think it's hanging out cos it can't take that long to apply the changes, can it?


Preferred Solution: Fresh Install Windows update issue

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A: Fresh Install Windows update issue


I recently had similar troubles with updates. Your computer is set to update automatically. If you change this setting to just inform you that there are available updates, then when you view those available you can uncheck and/or check the updates you want to install at any one time.

Once I did that and now only update a handful at a time, I have not had any problems since. Also, I have found out quickly on this forum that other people periodically have problems with a patricular update so it is usually worth your while to investigate the individual updates before you install them. It could save you some headaches.

Hope this helps a bit.

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I'm currently running the initial version of Windows 10 and i'm planning to do the november upgrade release soon. However, anybody has an idea if your system will be faster when you do a clean install with the november update instead of an upgrade? (similar to the speed difference when installing the clean initial version instead of upgrading from W7)?

A:Windows 10 November update, fresh install or update

Originally Posted by moorken

I'm currently running the initial version of Windows 10 and i'm planning to do the november upgrade release soon. However, anybody has an idea if your system will be faster when you do a clean install with the november update instead of an upgrade? (similar to the speed difference when installing the clean initial version instead of upgrading from W7)?

The difference of W7 > W10 upgrade vs. W10 clean install is substantial.
The difference of W10 10240 > W10 1511 upgrade vs. clean install is pretty negligible, IMO.

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Hello I am trying to reinstall Windows 10 from offical microsoft website and using rufus to make a bootable USB stick. I tried to do a fresh install of windows 10 but no matter how many times i try installing windows it either get stuck at 69% or at 1% or i get a error saying "Windows cannot install required files. Make sure all files required for installation are available, and restart the installation. Error code: 0x80070022"I have also tried reseting the bios to deafult and that did not work eitherDo anyone else have the same problem?another problem is i dont have USB 2.0 soo :/  EDIT: Solved by allocationg 60mb more space for a empty partition. I let windows do autoallocation but idk. Im confused

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I installed a fresh Windows 7 SP1 64-bit on my Dell Precision M6400 yesterday from a Dell OEM disk I've used before without any problems. At 2PM the disk was installed and I went to Update knowing there will be hundreds of Updates. All afternoon and evening it was "Checking for Updates. I left it on and went to sleep at 10PM, which is 8 hours of checking. I figured overnight it would finish.
I was wrong. Checked it at 7AM and it had turned off. Don't know why? So I put it back in the Update mode and hope it will finish today...this morning. The only change I can see after all those hours is Windows does say Activated.
This seems like a very long time. Should I reinstall Windows 7 if it doesn't update today? 
Lately on other laptops with Windows 7 the Updates have been slow, very slow. 

A:Windows 7 Fresh Install Won't Update? Help

Download the April 2016 rollup package as shown on this page. You need IE to download from the catalog. This will get you all updates and improvements since SP1. After the install make sure you have IE11 and .NET 4.61. If not you can get IE11 here and .NET 4.61 here. 
Download and install the June 2016 rollup. Make sure you have the prerequisite KB3020369 as shown on the page. 
Reboot after each and install. Then check again for any upadates.

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Hi, I installed WIndows 7 x64 fresh on my laptop (not from the recovery disk).  After installation, I ran HP's following driver package files, which I already had on my laptop.  sp53796 and sp56282.  My video and audio drivers are installed ok.  But I still don't get wifi and USB.  Therefore, I cannot connect to the Internet and download drivers.  Can someone please direct me to the driver for wifi and USB?  Or a driver package, that would install all essential drivers?   Imran.  

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A:Drivers Issue on Fresh Windows 7 x64 Install on HP Probook 4...

Hi, Imran: You need this wireless card driver for that device... This package contains the drivers for the supported Atheros Wireless LAN Adapters in the supported notebook models running a supported operating system. ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp54501-55000/sp54972.exe

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Hi - this is my first post and I've left this as long as I could stand before needing to turn to someone (anyone!) for help.

I don't know very much about the technical side of computers so please bear with me if I have to question any instructions I don't understand!

My laptop is 3 years old (Toshiba Satellite P200-1FC) and has been having a problem with system freezes and BSOD's. It started about 2 months ago when I was uploading photos from my camera's SD card onto my laptop. I had a lot of photos from my wedding from different family members so was using all different memory cards to get all photos on my laptop. Suddenly the folder I was viewing photos in froze - BSOD then came along swiftly.
Didn't think too much of it the first time so tried again and it happened everytime I reached a particular section of photos in a folder.

Around this same time I had thought that the Norton 360 I was running had picked up some viruses as it was behaving a little strangely (turning itself off and telling me a full scan had completed in seconds!)
After trying a few things I decided to wipe the hard drive using DBAN and start over with Windows 7.
My laptop had originally been installed with Vista - which I wasn't so fond of so Windows 7 seemed a good idea.

So I started right from scratch about a month ago and installed Windows 7 Enterprise (32bit)and got my Norton 360 back on the system but removed MBAM at the request of Norton as they said it could interfere with Norton produ... Read more

A:BSOD Issue after DBAN and fresh Windows 7 Install

but removed MBAM at the request of Norton as they said it could interfere with Norton products.

MBAM has no conflicts with Norton at all.
Download Malwarebytes and run a full scan, your system seems to be infected
The symantec engine used by N360 caused your BSODs, I'd recommend completely removing Norton and reinstalling from scratch, your N360 has corrupt install

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Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.

BugCheck 7A, {c0501af0, c0000185, 261ae8c0, a035e830}

Unable to load image \??\C:\ProgramData\Norton\{0C55C096-0F1D-4F28-AAA2-85EF591126E7}\N360_5.1.0.29\Definitions\VirusDefs\20110722.040\NAVEX15.SYS, Win32 error 0n2
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for NAVEX15.SYS
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for NAVEX15.SYS
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for SRTSP.SYS
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for SRTSP.SYS
Probably caused by : NAVEX15.SYS ( NAVEX15+5b8af )

Followup: MachineOwner

1: kd> !analyze -v
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Hi all, I freshly installed Windows 8.1 Pro x64 in an SSD. I'm still using Windows 7 x64 until I can sort out some issues. In Windows 7 Device Manager under "Bluetooth Radios" I see a single line labeled "Bluetooth module" (Broadcom driver version In Windows 8.1 under "Bluetooth Radios" I see 3 lines listed, "Bluetooth module" as with Win7 (Broadcom) plus two Microsoft items (Bluetooth Enumerator and I forgot the other one). Is it fine for the Microsoft and Broadcom driver to coexist or should I keep only one? If so which one? I tried disabling/uninstalling the Microsoft one but it keeps coming back. Thanks

P.D.: In Windows 7 if I want to turn On/Off the Bluetooth Adapter, there's a bluetooth icon in system tray that I can right click to do this. In Windows 8.1 that same icon also shows in system tray but when I right click on it the option to turn it on/off does not show up. I guess the only way to do so is to go to NEtowrking/Change Adapter Settings and disable it from there. Weird.

A:Bluetooth driver issue in Windows 8.1 fresh install

No there is no problem - just leave them like that. If you have a special key combination (e.g. FN+F2) you can enable/disable like this.

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Ok recently I've encountered an issue from upgrading from Win XP to Win 7 about

4 days ago. Prior to that i haven't had this issue i'm about to explain for about 3 weeks

after upgrading.. So this issue is fairly new and unresolved with my knowledge. Ok so the

issue at hand here is that about 4 days ago when playing my online game DCUO i

encountered skipping and crashing which at first i thought was just an over exertion of

computer use.
So I'm going to just sorta cut to the chase and run down the list of things I

tried, after realizing it was a system issue. So I've tried Re installing windows 7 or

repairing it. which always did nothing I've gone through turning off unnecessary

services I've tried using Xperf and finding the stack traces of the system which

brought up a **** load of functions or threads or what ever there called which had

massive weight (Process) being used up and one of them would be like usbport.sys or

just a bunch of DLL's, so i'm left with a big question mark, and i would like this fixed so

i'm asking the experts to please help me because i can not find anything on this matter

to help me resolve this matter

A:Fresh Install Windows 7 Ult x64 (NT Kernel & System 50% CPU Issue)

Use Process Explorer, when these events occur. On the problematic process right click and go to "Properties" then "Threads" tab. Providing screen shots will help us greatly.

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The error code is CODE 800B0100
Two different updates have failed

A:Windows update fail fresh install

CheckSUR shows these problems...

Unavailable repair files:
servicing\packages\Packag... Read more

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My PC:
Mobo: MSI A75MA-G55
CPU/GPU: AMD A8-3850  (an APU)
OS: W7 SP1 Home Premium X64 OEM
HDD: 1 TB spinning rust
Computer is self built, i.e., I put it together from parts several years ago, (shortly after the APU came out)
I recently put together a new PC for myself, and my wife wants the PC described above. I reinstalled W7, from the OEM disk, used the mobo driver CD to get the drivers. Works fine; Graphics, NIC, etc.I'm using it now. Downloaded Avira Free AV, installed the Palemoon web browser.
Went the Windows updates in the control panel, said I needed to update the updater, so I did. rebooted the computer, and went back to WU it showed checked for updates: Never, last updated Never.  Looking at installed updates shows that the updater was indeed updated.  Seemed odd, but I click check for updates, and it was still checking after 2 hours.  This isn't normal W7 behaviour. I closed the update window and rebooted.
Tried a MS W7 fix for Windows update. Said it fixed a problem. Tried to update the OS again, but again it never finishes checking for available updates.
Any help to get this fixed would be much appreciated, as I don't want to run an unpatched, internet connected PC.

A:Fresh install of W7 SP1, Windows update hangs

Are you getting any Windows Update errors? If you check Event Viewer, System logs, and filter for WindowsUpdateClient, are there any error, warning or critical logs?

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I am rebuilding a workstation here and I am wonder "when" (In terms of order) do you guy run Windows Update during a bare metal reinstall of Windows 7?

I currently do ALL my drivers first (and confirm all devices are working) and then move over to Windows Update. But I see some folks go to WU right after the Windows 7 installer is done and you are placed on the desktop for the first time?




A:When is the best time to do Windows Update in a fresh install?

Personally I would do as you said and install the up to date drivers first then apply the updates. That way you wouldn't install any outdated drivers windows update may throw up. After all updates create a system image and store it somewhere safe, that way you never have to go through the process again, you can just recover from your image and save yourself hours of time.


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Hey guys, I've had my computer running flawlessly for a year now. Recently I bought a external hard drive for school (computer repair class). In class, we installed windows 7 and ubuntu as partitons on the external hard drive. I brought it home yesterday and unplugged the esata cord from my Primary SSD into my external hard drive with ubuntu on it, and tried to boot from the external instead of my primary SSD. I went into the bios also to make sure the computer was reading the new hard drive as the primary, and was #1 in priority.

The boot manager came up asking which version of Ubunto i would like to load, this is all normal. It started doing the postcheck (I think this is what its called). Its where the list of drivers are being collected before ubunto loads, kind of like running windows 7 in safemode and watching the devices load before windows boots up.

After the list of drivers were loaded, my screen goes completly black, and my monitor comes up saying no input signal. I figured this was a driver problem as ubuntu was installed on my external hard drive using my school computer. So I tried to restart the computer in windows again, to get on the internet to troubleshoot.

I turned the computer off and plugged the esata cord into my SSD, changed the bios settings back so that the SSD was primary and in priority, then sure enough i get the error "Please insert a boot device blah blah blah". The error you get when no operating system is installed. I fooled ar... Read more

A:BSOD after fresh install and windows update! HELP

Windows has recovered from an unexpected shutdown

problem details:

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7600.
Locale ID: 4105
Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 1e
BCP1: 0000000000000000
BCP2: 0000000000000000
BCP3: 0000000000000000
BCP4: 0000000000000000
OS Version: 6_1_7600
Service Pack: 0_0
Product: 256_1
Files that help describe the problem:
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Hello everyone. Some background: I wanted to redo a fresh install of Windows 7 onto a Samsung 850 EVO SSD. After using DISKPART to set up the SSD the installation went flawlessly. Of note, I have the Users folder on a separate Toshiba 1TB HDD using Audit Mode instructions I found here. I installed my monitor drivers, mobo drivers, wifi adapter, webcam, HP printer drivers and Google Chrome.

I then proceeded to do the Windows Update. It updated to SP1 fine. I continued Windows Update and it was in the process of installing more critical updates when my BSOD occurred. The necessary files are attached. Thanks for taking time to review my case.

A:BSOD during Windows Update after fresh SSD install

So I just experienced a second BSOD, also while performing Windows Update. Latest log files are attached. I've also been experiencing errors with some Windows Update files.

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Anybody doing fresh install of Windows 7 these days, its a pain to install windows 7 updates. My Windows update uses close to 5 GB of RAM in my 6GB system. Granted, I was able to fix it with the Memory Leak Fix update available online. It just get old if you are trying to install windows 7 in a few systems.

Also, you can never know what happens with the Windows 7 Updates, it ends up sometimes checking for updates or installing takes forever and i have to resort to multiple manual fixes posted online to correct this.

I thought i would just write here lol, its frusturating.

A:Windows 7 fresh install update nightmare

That is probably because you have an Iso with Windows 7 that was last updated in 2009 xD
Try to get an Iso with major of updates included. For example I have one with all updates till September this year.
Sorry Horrible english

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Have an Inspiron 3268, and just wondering how the licencing works. Currently has Win10 Home, and would like to update to the Creator version - will I need a key, or will it just recognise that it has had Windows 10 on it? For both the upgrade /and/or a full reinstall...

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So I installed Windows 7 yesterday. Now when I turn the system off, it downloads something like 70+ updates. When I switch my system back on, I think it tries to install them, but it stays at 0% for 3/4 minutes, then says something about 'reverting' and then goes to the log in screen. The same thing happens everytime I turn it off and back on, it can't seem to install the updates, or whatever it's trying to do when I turn the system on.

Any ideas?

Thanks for any replies.

A:Fresh Windows 7 install, having update problem.

Don't attempt to install such a large batch of updates.

It's more time consuming I know, but try installing them in batches of half-a-dozen or so at a time.

You might also want to change your update settings vis: Start>All Programs>Windows Update>Change Settings>Check for Updates but let me choose whether to download and install them.

By trying to install such a large batch you risk having a load of them fail.

Also, try and install SP1 as soon as you can as a lot of the updates you mention will be included in it.

[SP1] Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1) Download Available

The reverting message can occur when you try and install an update before one in being hasn't finished, but if updates are being installed Windows can and does appear inactive for some time, so give the system time to finish its task.

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I've built a new system and after about a week of it operating it has decided to be a complete douche to me for some unknown reason. Everything was okay until I installed the SSD (so I was aware of anyway, the computer belongs to my sister and she never told me when the system used to crash, so it could have crashed before the SSD). Anyways, when I was made aware of the computer issue I checked the Event Viewer logs to see what was wrong and tehre was loads of Kernal Power issues. So I could only assume that maybe the old PSU was not good enough for all the cool new hardware, so I bought a new PSU; although the problem still persisted.

I've had more chance to observe the system today and determine what is going on. I've removed 2 HDDs from the system and kept the SSD in (I ran a health check of the SSD on my own system, and it reported it to be perfectly fine). Anyways, reformatted the SSD and everything was going well after installation. After give the OS a lovely 150 updates it BSOD on me. I read a log which suggested there was bad drivers, so I just assumed the ethernet drivers I had to manually install were incorrect (even though they worked fine before SSD upgrade). So I went to a wireless connection for the time being, did everything all over again and got the same result. At this point I determine Windows Update must be giving me grief. I installed security updates only at first, and everything was going fine. Then installed SP1, and after maybe the odd 3 more updates... Read more

A:BSOD even after fresh install (Windows Update may be the cause)

Hello Mattster.

Scan the system for possible virus infection. It is needed, despite of it being a clean reinstall.
Anti-rootkit utility TDSSKiller
Windows Defender Offline
Roll back to your display driver to an earlier one.
Download and install Driver Fusion.
Reboot the computer in Advanced Boot Options, safe mode. Search Driver Fusion in your start menu, and remove all components of your Intel Graphics Driver.
Download an immediate older version form Intel Download Center and install it.
Install Service pack 1.

Windows 7 Kernel Version 7600 MP (4 procs) Free x64
Product: WinNt, suite: TerminalServer SingleUserTS
Built by: 7600.16385.amd64fre.win7_rtm.090713-1255
Learn how to install Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1)
Service Pack Center - Microsoft Windows

Let us know the results. And, next time upload your MSINFO32.nfo file.
Click on the start button
Type "msinfo32" (without quotes) in the search bar of the start menu, click the resulting link. It will open the System Information window.
File>Save. In the "File Name" filed, put "MSINFO32" (without Quote), give the save location to desktop, and click the "save" button.
Give the time for processing, it will save a .nfo file on your desktop.
Zip it, and upload it following the instruction.

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I am having continuous issues with a BSOD. Here is a little basic info:
Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit (one week old install)
version of windows is a OEM upgrade (installed fresh from formatted hard drive)
Computer is about 2.5 years old.
Hard drive is 3 months old
RAM is one month old.

I am attempting to update windows via Windows Update. I have also tried to update drivers using Raxco software's Perfect Updater. I can't seem to keep the computer running long enough to get anything updated. Attached is the requested files. Thanks in advance for your assistance.

A:BSOD while trying to update drivers and windows on fresh install

Test your RAM using Memtest86+. Let it run until 6-8 passes have completed or errors have been found.
RAM - Test with Memtest86+

Run an sfc/scannow command in an elevated command prompt at boot. If errors are found, run it twice more with each scan followed by a reboot.
SFC /SCANNOW : Run in Command Prompt at Boot

Run a chkdsk on the system partition to check for bad sectors or system errors.
Disk Check

This may be some sort of hardware issue hence the Memtest & chkdsk.

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Hello all,

Installed a new motherboard and everything went well with that untill I start updating windows. Windows downlaods all the updates then does a restart and on the restart I get the blue screen of death. Please help. Many Thanks in advance.

A:Fresh Install - Large Windows Update Crash

Hello powerade,

► This is one, VIRTU LucidInterop WDDM Driver by LucidLogix

fffff880`04a12090 fffff880`03fd6900Unable to load image \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\VirtuWDDM.sys, Win32 error 0n2
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for VirtuWDDM.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for VirtuWDDM.sys
Try to upload the driver from lucidlogix with GPU Solution.

► Intel HD Graphics Driver

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* Bugcheck Analysis *
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Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.

BugCheck A, {fffffa7fffffffe0, 2, 1, fffff8000316c99c}

Unable to load image \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\igdkmd64.sys, Win32 error 0n2
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for igdkmd64.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for igdkmd64.sys
Probably caused by : igdkmd64.sys ( igdkmd64+a376f )

Followup: MachineOwner
Update it from http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Default.aspx.

Do the changes and let us know.

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After a fresh install of Windows 7 I am now getting the 800B0100 error whenever I try to install updates. I've also tried installing service pack 1 from disc and it's telling me that installation was not successful.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

A:Windows 7 fresh install - 800B0100 update error


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BSOD c5 - while doing Windows Update after fresh Win7 install

It was while configuring updates after system restart.

A:BSOD c5 - while doing Windows Update after fresh Win7 install

Hi Vesparion.

Update internet explorer manually .... http://windows.microsoft.com/en-IN/i...r/download-ie/

Get rid of intel rapid storage. First uninstall it from Control Panel > Programs and Features. Then Uninstall the driver from device manager.
Right click on "my computer" icon and click "manage" on the context menu.
It will open the "computer management" window.
Select "Device Manager" in the left pane, It will list all the existing devices up.
Expand "IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers" by clicking on the triangle in front of it.
Select one Intel device item under it, right click, uninstall.
Continue the process for all Intel items under "IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers"
Now restart the computer. At restart, windows will auto configure the appropriate native system driver.
Let us know the results.


Log Name: System
Source: Service Control Manager
Date: 2013-11-16T01:43:44.794
Event ID: 7000
Task: N/A
Level: Error
Opcode: N/A
Keyword: Classic
User: N/A
User Name: N/A
Computer: i7-PC
The Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology service failed to start due to the following error:
The pipe has been ended.

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Hi guys,

Slight problem I'm having with Vista Ultimate x64. After a fresh install (including format), Windows Update refuses to cooperate. Specifically, it either hangs (downloading of updates either stops at 0% indefinitely, or progresses a bit, then hangs) or crashes (trustedinstaller.exe experiences a crash). I've tried deselecting every update except one to see if it's a certain one that's causing the problem (and further to this, tried this method with different updates), with no joy.

After a format or two, the problem's still around.

System specs:

Core 2 Duo E6850 (3GHz)
EVGA e-GeForce 8800GTX video card
Sound Blaster X-Fi XtremeGamer sound card
Vista Ultimate x64, SP1

Really irritating problem - - any and all help is certainly appreciated


A:Windows Update Hangs/Crashes on Fresh Install

hi one of these may be of help http://support.microsoft.com/kb/906602

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This is my 1st BSOD after I did a Bios update on my laptop, followed by a fresh install of Windows 8 Pro. It occurred during my installation of drivers. The BSOD Error message was: Driver Power State Failure. The dump file is attached if anyone can help take a look at it, as its got me worried. The main reason I did a bios update was due to the multiple BSOD I had on my previous Bios.

I did try to open up the Dump file, but have no idea on how to read it. However it did mention the file name ntoskrnl.exe. From online searches, the file is related to my kernel? Does this means I installed the Bios wrongly?

If it matters, during Bios installation, I had to update the EC 1st followed by Bios update which had 2 executable files to run.

-Bios updated myself, obtained form laptop manufacturer

Edit: Uploaded Files as according to posting instructions. (Running the SF Debug Tool)

If it's I would like to learn how to read these files to solve problems myself if possible. I used WinDbg to open the dumb file, but got lost after that. Possibly tell my how you found the cause of the problem?

A:BSOD after Bios update, and fresh install of Windows 8

Get all available Windows updates, update your chipset driver and your Bluetooth filter driver.

btfilter.sys Fri Jun 29 09:00:07 2012 (4FED5277)
Atheros Bluetooth Driver

HECIx64.sys Tue Jul 3 00:14:58 2012 (4FF21D62)
Intel Management Engine Interface

AMPPAL.sys Tue Jul 17 09:35:22 2012 (500515BA)
Intel? Centrino? Bluetooth 3.0 + High Speed Virtual Adapter driver

intelppm.sys Thu Jul 26 04:26:48 2012 (5010AAE8)
Intel Processor driver

dump_storahci.sys Thu Jul 26 04:30:35 2012 (5010ABCB)
driver created to provide disk access during crash dump file generation

RtkBtfilter.sys Thu Jul 26 05:16:50 2012 (5010B6A2)
Filter Driver for the Realtek Bluetooth Chip[br]lenovo: Realtek Bluetooth 4.0 driver for Windows 8 (64-bit)

btmaux.sys Mon Aug 27 06:21:13 2012 (503AF5B9)
Intel Bluetooth Auxiliary Service

btath_bus.sys Mon Jan 21 10:18:42 2013 (50FD07F2)
Atheros BlueTooth driver

bwcW8x64.sys Wed Feb 13 18:25:48 2013 (511BCC9C)
Killer Bandwidth Control Filter Driver
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Model: LX0W-C-104

So, I have installed a fresh copy of Windows 10 on my Click 10, which I have come to regret.

I have been unable to install sound and wireless drivers

I'm downloading drivers from the Toshiba driver website, putting it on the laptop and running the install. First the driver extracts, then a windows message appears asking if I want to run program, I click yes, then nothing happens.


Even if someone could use Double Driver (a program that allows the backup of drivers) to backup the drivers and email them to me, I would owe you a massive favour.

I've also tried install Windows 8.1, but the exact same thing happens

Appreciate any help you can provide.

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The other day i discovered that my keyboard stopped working but my mouse and touch pad still work.After searching the web for answers, i thought a fresh install would fix my problem.....wrong!! Now I cant get windows to update!! Can anyone help me? I have to use the on screen keyboard for now until it is confirmed that my keyboard is bad. My 8 yr old was the last one on said laptop before the keyboard stopped working.

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Starter, Service Pack 1, 32 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU N2600 @ 1.60GHz, x64 Family 6 Model 54 Stepping 1
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 1012 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) Graphics Media Accelerator 3600 Series, 0 Mb
Hard Drives: C: 284 GB (267 GB Free);
Motherboard: Acer, JE01_CT
Antivirus: McAfee Anti-Virus and Anti-Spyware, Enabled and Updated

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I have been able to download the updates with WSUS, however, I am stuck on 'Listing IDs of missing updates'.
Malwarebytes and Spybot are the only programs on here at this time that are even close to seeing something viral. Cryptoprevent was not causing a problem to my knowledge.

I stopped giving windows and WSUS time after 14 hours of no discernible improvement. I even made the automated ISO and tried installing from there.
The Internet works with everything else that's stock in Windows. I updated to IE 11. Lenovo needed .NET framework 4.0 and their driver updater worked great.

I don't have the original Lenovo Discs. They think I am going to buy them again. M$, of course, won't give me a clean ISO due to OEM status. I found the ISO another way.

Is there a specific KB that can update Windows Update?
I can't even get the .msu to install from this thread windows 7 update stuck at "checking for updates..."

3050265 was the KB... Thanks Everyone!

A:7 Pro Fresh Install - Windows Update fails - WSUS hangs

Hi and welcome to SevenForums,
You can get installation media with this for free and yes it does get the iso from Micro... servers

It's a lot easier to clean install these days with the unofficial sp2
There are essentially 3 updates needed for a clean install of windows that will get you updated through April of 2016

KB3020369 & KB3125574 & KB3172605 all can be downloaded from the catalog using internet explorer
Microsoft Update Catalog

When manually installing updates you need to switch your update settings to Never check for updates and restart the machine first.

After restart you will need to ensure the built in windows update service is stopped and set to manual first too or it will conflict with the stand alone installer.

Afterwards reset the windows updates service to what it was before and update settings to your preference and check for updates
Should be only 50 or so updates left to install.

Or you can get all three updates off my OneDrive

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Hi, I'm completely stumped. I have an HP tm2t-1000 tablet pc running Windows 7 professional x64. A couple of weeks ago, the hard drive died on me. It was a 500GB 7200rpm SATA drive, but I thought I'd splurge and order a 750GB to replace it. I received the drive, dropped it in and reinstalled Windows from the HP supplied recovery CD. Everything seemed fine until I had some problems installing a piece of software, then I had problems installing another piece of software, then another. I figured it was just a bad install so I wiped the drive and installed windows again. unfortunately, this had no effect, and the same problems persisted.

Seems like the deeper I dig, the more problems I find. The main installer I've been having a problem with is mixed in key 5. the installer quits halfway through every time, no error or anything, just disappears. through the support forums, I determined that this is an issue with Microsoft dot net framework, and it was recommended that I install it through Microsoft's standalone installer. However, when I try to do this, the installer gets to the point where it finishes verifying the installer package and then just sits there and doesn't install. I figured maybe it would work better if I updated windows, so I went to the windows update section of the control panels, and the window hangs whenever I open it. Eventually I am able to get it to load the window (I still don't know how), but when I click "Check for upd... Read more

A:Windows 7 fresh install, twice in a row, myriad installer and update problemspersist.

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Fast Windows update method after Fresh Install or Repair

Especially usefull for Engineers.

Try Using AutoPatcher. (download from this site www.9down.com)
and the latest is also available on Techspot

Autopatcher has monthly updates for XP, 2000, 2003 and x64.

download the updates starting with the full December 2005 through to Latest (usually last month). install each package starting with the full release but do not run autopatcher till you have installed all the downloads (autopatcher will append all the monthly updates and will install them all in one go).

Autopatcher allows you to select or deselect any update and will detect any updates you already have, it also installs updates like Java, msn messenger, macromedia flash player, aspi drivers, Latest windows media player, dotnet framework 1.1 and 2, and more.

Autopatcher also has useful tweaks and security settings, eg.. tweakui, show open with notepad on right click menu, put my computer,internet explorer,my documents, on desktop and more.

You simply select all the options you require then run autopatcher and it will do all the above and only restart one time when all operations are done.

As it is a stand alone program, you can copy the folder from program files directory and save to your USB flash drive, portable storage device, CD or DVD disk then execute the autopatcher.exe file to update any system you're working on.

Have Fun

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FYI, I know there are a million "solutions", problems and situations regarding delays while performing Windows Updates, but this worked well for me.

Fresh install of Windows 7 x64, installed update package KB3135445, then I was able to check for updates in under 2 minutes. I did it over and over again, it never failed. Got all updating done in a little over an hour.

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Just installed a fresh copy of Windows 7 64-bit SP1 on my Acer Aspire 6920 laptop by removing all partitions on the hard drive via the windows install disc and hitting next and letting it go from there. Once completed I logged in and both the WiFi and the 10/100 ethernet LAN works fine for internet...hence I'm posting here. I can also access everything else on my home network like TVs, other computers, etc. So I then activated Windows. Then I went to windows update and went to bed. Woke up the next morning and it was still just sitting there...the green bar just scrolling left to right without doing anything.

I've run the SURT tool and it's been going for 3 hours doing the same thing. Just scrolling.

10 minutes ago I ran sfc /scannow and it came back 100% complete with no errors.

I don't have any windows update errors as nothing has ever happened.

I've attached the CBS zip file.

Please help...and thanks.


A:Fresh Win7 install windows update checks forever

'Forever' is a long time!
Just in case...
Please follow this tutorial and post an MGADiag report - then we can see what the problem is.

Windows Genuine and Activation Issue Posting Instructions

Ignore errors produced when clicking on the Copy button - they simply mean that the tool could not create the backup files for some reason. The data is still copied to the clipboard for pasting to your response.

Please also state the Version and Edition of Windows quoted on your COA sticker (if you have one) on the case of your machine (or inside the battery compartment), but do NOT quote the Key on the sticker!

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Hello and good day to everyone on the Forum,

I was hoping I could get some help, with regards to my HP Pavilion Media Center Desktop..I recently had to perform a clean/fresh install of Windows XP, using the system recovery disks that came with my computer..Once everything has been re-installed, my computer is equipped with Windows XP Media Center Edition and Internet Explorer 6 with Service Pack 2..The problem I'm having, is once I go into Windows Update to re-install all the necessary updates..I receive the message: The website has encountered a problem and cannot display the page you are trying to view - Error Number: 0x8024400A ..No updates are shown or given to me..Also not sure if it helps, but my recovery disks come with Norton Internet Security 2006, which is outdated..So, I'm not sure if this is causing some kind of conflict..Or maybe I'm doing something wrong when I'm performing the clean/fresh install of Windows XP.

Any help would be greatly appreciated..Also, please keep in mind that my computer skills are average at best..Thanking everyone in advance for their time and patience.

A:I did a fresh install of Windows XP and I can't access windows update: Error 0x8024400A

Check to make sure the clock and date are set right first. Windows Update doesn't like messed up times.Otherwise use UVK and go to system repair, and repair windows update. Very useful tool I use all the time with the computers I see.

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It has been very frustrating to rebuilding a Windows 7 desktops last year or so.  After the installation of Windows7 Home or Pro SP1 disks click on Check Updates and it could run for 2 days before it lists the 240 updates to install.  Anyway
to speed this up?  I know Microsoft wants us to use Windows 10 but some businesses and older home hardware have to have Windows 7.  I wish and hope this torcher will stop soon and Microsoft comes up with a fix.  Any help is appreciated!!! 

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So here is my problem, I reinstalled my windows 7 ultimate x64 using the fresh backup I did the day I bought my laptop.

So the installation was done without any issue and everything seems to be working fine apart of Windows Update. When I launch the update, Windows Update just keep looking for updates withtout finding nothing and then after a long time, it show an error msg, I got two different for the moment : 8024400a and 8024402F
I have attached the CBS logs if someone can have a look.

Thank you in advance.

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Basically my old HDD died from bad sectors and I had to format and install Windows 7 Enterprise on a back up hdd that was flooded with useless documents from the past.

Went ahead done what I had to do and left Windows to check for updates, Steam install some games and League of Legends update.

However everything finished but Windows was still checking for updates and I noticed the svchost.exe (netsvcs one) uses about 1.5 GB out of 4 RAM. Immediately knew that this was caused by the Windows Update service that's under it.

However turning Windows Update off is never a smart thing to do and I don't have the kind of time to manually download updates.

I know that it will probably blast me with 200+ updates (has happened in the past but never used up so much RAM and finished way faster than 6 hours with all my usual post installation stuff.

Anyways some info you should probably know:
-I'm using a Wireless adapter (TP-LINK TL-WN722N) and I have read threads here that Windows Update would sometimes fail to do what it should with Wireless adapters, unfortunatelly that isn't an option at the moment.
-Resetting Windows Update manually and through Fix It doesn't work.

So first thing I'm looking at is updating the Windows Update client, please do tell if you think otherwise, or if not link me to the newest Windows update client or probbably any hotfixes that could fix the problem (never done this before and wouldn't want to mess up, so I decided to ask you guys )

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A:Windows Update stuck on checking updates (on fresh and clean install)

Hi Qualtrox,
might be due to fact that Enterprise and Ultimate, are different versions.
If you using the Ultimate key on an Enterprise install, or visa versa, then it will hang as its failing validation.
We can check if you run this too, copy/paste the output


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Hi all
Done a fresh install of Vista Home Premium SP2 on an old Sony Vaio laptop.  After activation I just can't get Windows Update to download anything apart from the latest Windows Update Client There's no error message, just "checking for updates" constantly.   It's been running for over 24 hours now with no progress.
Considering this is a fresh install - any ideas?

A:Windows Update not working on fresh Vista Home Premium install

For anyone that's interested the updates have now arrived after almost three full days of checking for updates.  It appears my new ISP gives piss poor connection speeds.

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Hey guys, I am new here so also please let me know if I am posting in the wrong section or I need to provide more/different info to my post - thanks!

Here is the situation. I had some pesky malware on my PC, and at the same time, was going to add a new 3TB hard drive to my PC (as a 2nd drive). Since the new 2nd drive was going to have me making a lot of changes to my systems setup anyways, and since I had the malware, I decided I would just reformat and start fresh. My system setup is pretty simple anyways - just Windows, Steam, Origin, and a bunch of games.

But now, after formatting my hard drive, and installing Windows 7 Home x64 from the disc, I am getting these error messages when I attempt to update -


I tried Googling the error code but there is not much information as of now on the web about it. Can anybody help me? I have no idea why it's not working on a clean install...

here are some more screenshots

A:Windows Update failing - fresh install on formatted hard drive

Please follow the Windows Update Posting Instructions and post the requested data

If the file is too large (8MB compressed), remove the older CBSPersist cab files until the final file is below the limit - you can always post them separately after zipping them. (the forum doesn't allow the upload of bare CAB files, for a number of reasons)

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Hi all
Done a fresh install of Vista Home Premium SP2 on an old Sony Vaio laptop.  After activation I just can't get Windows Update to download anything apart from the latest Windows Update Client There's no error message, just "checking for updates" constantly.   It's been running for over 24 hours now with no progress.
Considering this is a fresh install - any ideas?

A:Windows Update not working on fresh Vista Home Premium install

For anyone that's interested the updates have now arrived after almost three full days of checking for updates.  It appears my new ISP gives piss poor connection speeds.

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Just did a fresh install of Window XP. Went to Windows Update to get current and scan came back clean- nothing needed, not even sp2- NO WAY! I must need a ton of updates, patches, etc- how do I determine what I need in order to get current when MS's own scan says I don't need anything?

Any help would be appreciated!

A:Solved: Windows Update shows no updates needed on a fresh install of XP- no way!

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I was up to windows 10 and everything was good but had trouble making a Microsoft account and dealing with a kernel security failure.  I couldn't login to battlenet. Memory check was good. Hard drive was tested good.  I followed all kinds of help finally gave up and reverted back to windows 7 had issues with the updater so decided to format reinstall. Windows 7 sp1 is the operating system now and at my wits end trying to get updates to work.  It just hangs at checking for updates hours and hours all night long. I have only actually received one error the rest I have seen in logs. There are several errors first one was with the standalone installer 0x08024001e it actally popped up with that error.  The others are in the windows update log:
0x8024001B and 0x8024001b lower case not sure is that means something different
Things I have tried sfc scannow no problems found and cleared the windows software distribution folder.  Restart the windows update service. Run the readiness tool. Standalone installer for manual install. some updates may be needed before others not sure. I think even a few other things i cant remember.
Windows 10 updates were working fine just saying lol.

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I picked up a E6400 (x2 qty) from ebay and a product key from another site.  Used my 64 bit home premium disc  to install win 7.  Something went wrong and I changed hard drive to WD 250 install and got endless update problem

A:Fresh Install-Endless Windows Update problem latitude E6400 laptop

I have used Google and Bing to search about this problem.   I have tried numerous fixes including MS fix-it tool.  I have an error code which will be included in next post.  
Thanks in advance

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Hey, I'm installing windows XP onto a 500 g SATA hard disk that I just installed into a Dell Dimension 9100.

I have an .iso file that I need to place onto a DVD to serve as the OS boot disc. My DVD-R is in my Mac. So i need to burn this .iso file on the mac but have it boot the PC..

What is the proper file extension for the dvd file? is there anything I need to do that I'm missing?

A:Fresh Windows XP Install on a Fresh Hard Drive using a Burned DVD OS install - PLZ HL


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I downloaded the ISO from our volume licencing site Windows 7 Enterprise 32 bit with sp1 32 bit.  The machine will not run updates it sits at Checking For Updates and never progresses. I downloaded a new ISO with out SP1 and everything is fine until
I install SP1 then it just sits at checking for updates. The hardware is an HP 6510b with 2 gigs ram so 64x bit out of question.

I have tried updating bios things was hardware issue.
I have tried Microsoft fixit
I have tried clearing out software distribution folder.
I have reloaded the OS on 2 different machines same hardware and the same issue persists.
Here is the link to the updatelog I posted in google drive since its 7 pages and the forums here on technet did not like it.

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so what do I do if im member of insiders build 10 was  trying to help with bugs, then got a update which messed up rolling back to 8.1 so had to do fresh install. now I cannot access my previous version on the same serial key I used from before please
fix this issue for those already signed up as windows 10 insiders not fair to those who actually have been apart of helping to find bugs and then update screws it all up. 

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Hi hopeing someone here can help out.
built a new PC and installed Win 8.1 and updated it all.
had the BSOD clock watchdog time out since system 1st built
here is speccy link
minidump file zip
could only get access to 1/2 of the files ?
also attached is output of last 10 errors from mini tool box.
I am going to run 10 Pass memory test overnight to see if there are any errors with the memory.
Did speak to guy where i bought the components and his idea was to do full wipe and reinstall of windows.
I do try and leave this to last ditch attempt.
Thanks for all and any help or advice.

A:Clock watchdog timeout win 8.1 fresh build pc and fresh windows install

A wee update.
ran mem test over night. did 10 passes and no errors with the memory.

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My music computer started having problems with Windows 98 locking up at irregular intervals, and after a while the thing simply wouldn't boot up all the time. The lockups had been getting worse, so naturally I thought I had been vicitimized by some spyware/adware/virus infection and took measures. After countless hours, I finally gave up and bought a new hard drive, installed it, and put on a fresh copy of Windows 98 SE from my recovery CD.

It worked fine - for a while.

Now the computer is exhibiting the same symptoms with the new drive as it did with the old drive. I tried running the Seagate SeaTools to see if I could find any abmormalities and it checked out fine. What is odd is that the computer locks up at no particular place, with no particular interval of time. Quite often I can't even get it past the Windows splash screen.

My uneducated opinion is that this has to be a hardware issue, and I'm feeling frustrated by my inability to isolate the problem. If anyone can make suggestions as how I should proceed, I would be very grateful, indeed.

The computer has an AMD Athlon processor with 512 MB of RAM installed on an Azza 366X AS motherboard by the manufacturer, CyberPower Inc... It clocks around 1.4 ghz... The computer has a CD-R/RW, a Toshiba DVD-ROM, a 1.44 floppy drive, a Creative Labs SoundBlaster Live 5.1, GeForce 64 meg video adaptor, a 56k modem, a Turbolink switching power supply (375atx) and extra cooling fans. The original drive is an IBM Des... Read more

A:Fresh drive, fresh Windows 98 install, same old lockups!

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Hi everyone, I think I've got a fairly tricky problem here.
I just finished installing Windows 7 Pro (SP1 included) x64 on my laptop. Pretty much the first thing I did was go to check for updates. This was taking forever, and upon looking at the resource monitor, it appears that svchost (you can just which services
it's hosting) was hung at %50, or one CPU core. No HDD activity to speak of, just a process spinning its wheels.
I've tried multiple troubleshooting steps, from running the Update readiness tool (Which didn't find anything wrong), resetting windows update using multiple tools, running an SFC (which said the system was in perfect condition), and of course rebooting
several times in between.
Checking the CBS log file, there are many lines reading "Failed to internally open package. [HRESULT = 0x800F0805 - CBS_E_INVALID_PACKAGE]". Windows Update appears to soldier on past that however, where it apparently reads out its last cached package
(successfully it would seem) then stop dead. When I net stop wuauserv, the log seems to mention TrustedInstaller a few times, then that's about all the interesting information I can gather.
The WindowsUpdate.log file is not terribly helpful either; just before the hang it says "PT: Synchronizing extended update info", then it lists off a ServiceId and Server URL. Nothing after that!
Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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