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Post by Pro Bot on Sun Feb 07, 2016 7:40 pm

Hello guys,


If you have same problem,follow below tutorial.


Fix Windows updates stuck at zero percent




Step 1:




Press Windows+R. This will prompt run dialogue box. In here, type services.msc:

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Step 2:




Now it brings us to all the services installed in Windows. These services are listed in alphabetical order. Scroll down and look for Windows Update Service. Right click on it and stop it.

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Step 3:




Now go in C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution and delete all of its contents. Actually, this is the folder where downloaded installation files were stored. But since Windows update suck, they somehow have problem with partially downloaded update files.

Step 4:




Go back to services again (as mentioned in Step 1) and this time start the Windows Update Service, by right clicking on it. Try to update Windows again. It should be working this time.
So once you have got the updates working, perhaps you will find plenty of updates to install at next reboot. And that moment calls for a meme:
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I hope now problem is solved. Thanks guys.


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