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Hey i am also facing the same issue but i resolved the issue with the help of this link http://www.microsoftliveassist.com/windows-update-error-800b0100-wsus/


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I find Process Hacker 2 useful for exactly that. It allows you to alter process priorities (including those of TrustedInstaller.exe) and save the CPU priority setting so it is always used so long as the Process Hacker program is running.


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I am currently experiencing the same feeling. Since we share a common goal (be able to work), I suggest you do the same as I did: 1 - Install and run Microsoft's Process Explorer (which I love because it shows historical responsabilities) using elevated privileges 2 - Right click under TiWorker.exe and set its priority to Background or, temporarily, ...


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Im guessing this is your work computer. Looking at your screenshots, I believe I see where your issue is coming from. Look at the second screenshot you posted. "You receive updates: Managed by your system administrator" There is a group policy set to manage your updates for you. You need to contact your system administrator and see if you should even ...


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The WSUS Offline Update program is what you need: http://download.wsusoffline.net/ It will download all updates for your selected operating system from Microsoft servers and compile them into an ISO, which you can then burn to disk and run on your machine to install them all. The best part is it has an auto reboot and login option which means you can leave ...


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Many of the answers have correctly pointed out that a flaw in the windows update process was used by the Flame Malware, but some of the important details have been generalized. This post on a Microsoft technet 'Security Research and Defense Blog' titled : Flame Malware collision attack explained ... by default the attacker’s certificate would not work ...


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Yes, it's true. The Flame malware attacked user via flaw in the Windows updating process. It's creators found a security hole in the Windows updating system that allowed them to fool victims into thinking that their patch with contains malware is an authentic windows update. What could the targets of the malware do to defend themselves? Not much. Flame ...


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Your problem is that Chrome crashes, this probably has nothing to do with internet connectivity. Did you try resetting Chrome? If resetting Chrome does not help, it will be difficult for anyone to help you without extensive knowledge of your computer setup.


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It is nearly impossible for an ordinary hacker to send you something through the Windows Update system. What you heard is different though. It's spyware that looks like it's Windows Update and tells you to install it. If you then click install a UAC prompt pops up asking for administrative privileges. If you accept that, it can install spyware. Do note that ...


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Only ever use the Windows Update control panel to update Windows software. Never click-through on any site you cannot fully trust.


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If it's just one PC, for one time, I would go with the manual update. You can do that while you're using the PC. Just a few clicks and restarts, and you're done. If you don't have a domain and multiple PCs, it's still possible to create images with all updates installed for rolling out on multiple PCs with DISM, ImageX, WinPE and so. If you're just looking ...


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For me, it wasn't working because by default the locale for everyone in MSDN downloads is UK, no matter where you live. If you search "Windows 8.1" by default the first result that shows up is the UK Edition, If your locale is the U.S., make sure to search for "Windows 8.1 (multiple editions) (English)" in your MSDN product keys. Note: If you're running ...


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This is not a matter of using programs like CCleaner, nor worrying about jitter. Windows itself is certainly able to handle the situation - as long as you get some packets fine, you'll eventually get everything. As Ramhound said in the comment, basic networking drivers handle packet loss or corruption automatically. But even if the connection is THAT bad, ...


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You have got Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. It might depend on your Anti Virus and your Firewall which don't allow Windows Update to instal the Service Pack 1. First up, download and run the SUR tool, which can fix problems that might prevent Windows updates from instaling. You can download the 'Windows 7 64-bit (x64)' here - ...


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Samual got me on the right track. I found Windows Update Downloader http://www.windowsupdatesdownloader.com/ this allows you to download all the updates. and to integrate them into the windows 7 installation cd i used this guide http://4sysops.com/archives/use-dism-to-slipstream-updates/ which shows how to integrate updates into the cd. i hope this helps ...


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There are no ISOs containing cumulative updates to my knowledge. That being said, you can try downloading the updates manually via Microsoft Security Bulletin.


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If you have a Windows Server 2008 R2, then you can use WSUS. If you really need a iso use: WSUS Offline


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You have several issues. some metadata are missing/corrupted: 2014-07-29 15:49:15, Info CSI 00000229 Couldn't find the hash of component: Microsoft-Windows-ieframe, Version = 11.2.9600.17207, pA = PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE_IA32_ON_WIN64 (10), Culture neutral, VersionScope = 1 nonSxS, PublicKeyToken = {l:8 b:31bf3856ad364e35}, Type ...



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