Windows 7 Update Failure Issues
Windows will automatically inform the user to shutdown the PC and restart once the windows update is being installed. If the updates are not done, then there is a warning message next to the ‘Shutdown’ indicating the failure of the recent updates. Sometimes the update happens silently when you have shut down the PC or even rebooted it. The Service Pack 1 must be installed in Windows 7 devices to continue receiving updates and security fixes. You can either fix the Windows 7 Update Failure Issues yourself or contact Windows 7 support to regulate the problem for you.
When windows 7 updates fails to install follow any of these steps:
- Clear internet cache and temporary files – for cleaning the cache and temp files you can use C Cleaner or Disk Cleanup Utility applications
- Reboot the computer and try again
- Remove the anti-virus software and disable the firewall
- You can also download the Windows update troubleshooter and follow on-screen prompts to resolve the issue – the windows update troubleshooter will rest the windows update settings to default.
- At any point in time you can also contact the Windows 7 support to correct the problem
- Windows update may also fail to install in the first instance but may update in subsequent tries
- Search for the patch on Microsoft using Update KB number. Apply the patch manually with the stand-alone installer
- Another option would be to fix the problems that do not allow the windows update and installation to occur. For this run the System Update Readiness Tool
Windows 7 is one of the most reliable and steadfast platforms ever created by Microsoft. There are many users still who are reluctant to upgrade to higher versions. For those loyal users who are still plagued with ‘recent updates’ issues, contact Windows support team via the toll-free number 1-855-559-2230 or visit us at microsoft-help-desk.com to resolve it quickly.