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The update that caused the issue this time is KB3004394.It is an update for the Windows Root Certificate Program which speeds up the updating of root certificates from once per week to once every 24 hours.Sometimes updates will error out, or sometimes Windows Update may just get stuck “searching for updates” forever. If you turn automatic updates off, you are leaving yourself vulnerable to new attacks.Windows includes a built-in troubleshooter that may be able to help fix a stuck update.The troubleshooter works through its process and then lets you know whether it could identify and fix the problem.Most of the time, the troubleshooter can successfully remove a stuck update from the queue. Even if the troubleshooter says it couldn’t identify the problem, it’s possible that the actions of starting and stopping the service and clearing out the cache did the trick.
The update history shows a security update, KB3069762, which has been showing as "pending" for the whole of this period despite numerous restarts, but never shows as "successful" or "failed". PS - I've tried uninstalling security update KB3069762 and then reinstalling manually via Microsoft Security Bulletins (MS15-067) but it still shows as pending after restarting. Delete Software Distribution where all downloaded updates are cached.
Microsoft also has the very powerful Fix It Tool 50202 that completely reinstalls Windows Update components.
This one is especially helpful in cases where Windows Update is not able to check for updates (for example, error 800700C1) or installs the same updates all over again (several cases with infinite loops of . Because Microsoft just loves to move the tool randomly around (and its site search is not helpful either), I now provide direct download link to Fix It Tool 50202. After downloading is complete, run the program (named Thanks a lot condobloke.
Users on Windows 7 started to notice that Windows Defender would not start up anymore for example, and that the Diagnostic Tool of the operating system was not working correctly as well.
Some users reported that Windows would not start at all anymore and several other issues such as that the Microsoft Management Console would ask for admin credentials while logged in as an admin or that the installation of Microsoft Security Essentials failed.
Uninstall a Windows Update The way you do that works similar in all recent versions of Windows.