fit=259,194" data-large-file="https://i1com/windowsreport.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/descărcare.jpg? If Microsoft Update or Windows Update keeps offering or installing the same update over and over in in Windows 10/8/7, then this post suggest a few things you could try to fix the issue.Quickly fix PC issues and prevent others from happening with this software: Update reminders could be annoying sometimes, but how annoying is when you constantly get the reminder about one same update, even if you’ve installed that update before?
After the fourth or fifth time I told it to hide the update, it finally has stayed hidden.
I have tried the microsoftfixit tool and also tried repairing the file and then re downloading the updates after.
Renaming is probably the best way to see if you’ll have any problems the folder, because it’s still here, only under the other name.
When you make sure that there are no problems after you rename the folder, you can delete it.
In order to solve that problem try to delete the Software Distribution folder and see if there are any changes.
But before you delete this folder you have to rename it first, and determine if it’s safe to delete it.This usually happens if some update has not installed properly, and your Windows operating system is unable to detect the installed or partially installed update.In this scenario, it feels that your system requires the update and so keeps installing it over and over again.Windows Update exists to keep Windows and other Microsoft software updated, usually with little intervention from us.This includes security updates that are pushed out on Patch Tuesday.Once you're fairly certain that your issue is directly related to the installation of one or more Windows updates, the second thing to do is decide which set of troubleshooting steps to follow, either To summarize, read the section immediately below this paragraph first and then scroll down and follow the correct set of troubleshooting steps for your problem, determined by how much access to Windows you have right now. Don't scroll down past this section because you're beyond sure that these Microsoft updates crashed or broke your computer somehow.