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Downloading updates stuck at 0%

Q: Downloading updates stuck at 0%

Hello everyone, Windows Update has been stuck at 0% every time I've tried in the last couple of days (see screenshot). These are the two updates available:
Security Update for Internet Explorer Flash Player for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB3103688).

Cumulative Update for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB3105213).

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A: Downloading updates stuck at 0%

Originally Posted by TomStrong


Hello everyone, Windows Update has been stuck at 0% every time I've tried in the last couple of days (see screenshot). These are the two updates available:
Security Update for Internet Explorer Flash Player for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB3103688).

Cumulative Update for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB3105213).





Please run the Windows Update Troubleshooter:
http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9830262
Please provide the exact details of any problem it reports as not fixed.

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Hey
So had to format my system yesterday,it usually takes around 2-3 hours for WU on"Checking for Updates" but this time it toke more than 12 hours to find them,when checked to start downloading them it wont download,it's been an hour now just " Downloading 246 updates(0 KB total,0% Complete)" is there any way to avoid this ? or is Microsoft that desperate ?

A:Downloading updates stuck at 0%

You are correct, MS is desperate, let it run overnight.

Roy

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My Windows 10 version 1511 is set to download and install updates automatically but this morning, the updates download got stuck at 0% for a long time. Even after a reboot, it would not budge.
Do you guys have the same problem here?

Maybe during the downloading of the updates, I had turned off my notebook, so would that have a negative effect on the way the updates are downloaded or in process of downloading?
So for example, next time if there is a Windows Update and the downloads are in progress, is it OK to turn off my machine while Windows 10 is downloading the patches or security updates?

The only way I could recover from this mess, is that I read these steps from the below link.
?www.thewindowsclub.com/w ??? -updates

But overall in general, the way Win10 handles these updates is a PURE MESS, and I hope in Redstone, this will be fixed.
I never had these issues in Win7...

A:Win10 Updates stuck downloading

I had a hard time updating my 10586 (1511) Version so I let it update and download over night. DON'T !! it also downloaded the "Feature update", meaning the anniversary update and tried to install that. I interrupted the update so Windows will be forced to go back to the 1511 Version.
Whenever a new cumulative update is available, I made it a habit to download it from the catalog:
Microsoft Update Catalog

that way I do not rely on the Windows update and can do that even disconnected from the web.. Has always worked for me...

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I have been struggling thru this Win 7 update hassle on my two Dell PCs both running Win 7 , 64 bit, SP1, Windows firewall, and Avast Free. In the past, updates just took a while, but eventually, they went thru OK.

Suddenly, after this week's updates, one of my PCs got stuck at 0% downloading 5 selected updates since Tuesday. The other PC updated properly with no problem.

I have left the system on for hours on end, but it is still 0%.

Any help or advise would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

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This has never happened before but I can't download the latest batch of updates! I've tried downloading one at a time but it makes no difference, just stuck on downloading 0%. I've tried to go into services.msc to switch off windows updates but it says 'stopping' with the options to stop/re-start greyed out.

I've tried the windows trouble shooter which detects problems and then says resolving but again after 20 minutes or so it still says the same thing. Does it take a long time (perhaps I'm being impatient)?

I've run out of time tonight but will try the windows update system readiness tool tomorrow.

In the meantime, does anyone have ideas I could try? As I say, I've never had problems downloading updates before.

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A:Latest windows updates stuck on downloading at 0%

You mean, it's searching for updates, takes a while, finds the updates, but when you select to install, it takes forever to download?

If that's the case, how long did you wait for it to start downloading before cancelling?

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I went online to try again tonight and it appears that the Updates are working. I don't know how or why but I'm now thinking it was more of an overloaded server than anything else.

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A:Windows update stuck at downloading updates screen

The problem has been resolved automatically. Thank you.

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Hi shawn What version of Windows are you using?

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There are 80 important updates that need to be installed. They all seem okay.

However, they've been downloading for over 90 minutes now, and the progress bar is still stuck at 0%. "Downloading 80 Updates (0 KB Total, 0% Complete)".

I thought these updates might solve my "slow PC issue" (referred to in my other thread), but the inability to download updates, makes me think there might be something seriously wrong with my computer.

Can it still be just a visual issue if nothing has happened after waiting for 90 minutes?
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This has been posted twice (?) I don't know how that has happened. Sorry. If you can tell me how to delete it, I will.

A:Downloading Windows Updates, Stuck at 0%; or a False Alarm (?)

You can Shut Down your computer and install updates.
Or you can download the Windows 7 Update Convenience rollup. Microsoft Update Catalog
As for your Slow computer, you did not paste a link to your other post, and your post history does not show anything about a slow computer.
Click on the link in my signature for PC Running Slow? and try those things.

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G'day mate!

Have a look here.

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Update has finally downloaded and installed.

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Hi,

what type of connection do you use to access the Internet - mobile broadband (cellular), WiFi or Ethernet?

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Originally Posted by Steve C


Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3124200) has been stuck at downloading updates 52% for over a day. Does anyone else have this issue? How do you kill the update and try again?



Steve, if the updates are stuck, resetting should help:
Do the steps as indicated here:
Windows Update - Reset in Windows 10
Let us know how it goes.

http://www.tenforums.com/windows-updates-activation/35491-update-kb3124200-stuck-downloading-52-a.html
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free up some resources, (stop unnec. services, not needed startup programs, not too many apps running at once), add more ram, faster internet connection
sounds like your pc is using a lot of processes at one time and causing the pc to do too many things at one time for what it can handle
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/audio-sounds-like-it-keeps-getting-stuck-when-downloading.681790/
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Try disconnecting your PC from the internet>close Windows Update>reopen windows update and see if an install (not download) button is showing and click it. Then reboot and start downloading the next batch. Sometimes Windows needs to install what it has before it can download and install the rest. You might have to do this a couple of times. Windows also (like recently) has to update Windows Update before it can further download.

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Hi John,
The simple answer is MS doesn't want users on W7 any more.
We just have to put up with this situation.
However they say, IF you you want to believe them, that they are in the process of addressing the slow D/L and install of updates for us.

we just have to live with it

note the comp you have with 2Gb ram will allways suffer, thats the min for W7.

Must admit having looked at an awfull lot of windows update logs cant remember seeing those entries

Roy

http://www.sevenforums.com/windows-updates-activation/394502-another-thread-about-windows-update-stuck-downloading-0-a.html
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Fml

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Hi mirjam,

Might be worth doing a scan with the free

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Turn off automatic updates...or stick only to Windows updates.

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Louis

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/279289/win-xp-downloading-updates-over-over-again/
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Hi Buck,
Follow this link, Thrashzones instructions.

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A:Help With Downloading Updates

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What is the full path where you are saving?
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Hello and welcome to TSF

Alot of the time it is allot slower to downland the updates using the Windows Automatic updates. Click on the link below, and try doing the updates form the Microsoft website.

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I had the same problem and went to the Microsoft Online Support, they gave me the following instructions quoted directly from their e-mail back to me:

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Eventho you choose to use another browser,the updates will be be installed via IE because we cannot remove IE from our OS.I prefer to choose which update I install,so I don't have the auto updating configured.

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/downloading-and-saving-updates.402589/
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Two things come to my mind -- first, are you getting your updates from a reliable source, i.e. from Microsoft itself, and not from some 3rd party internet source. Second, is your MS Office closed while you are trying to do the downloads?

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If you don't have a nasty malware, then try this:
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can you post the error code or minidump files this would help someone here help you

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/downloading-updates-manually.1162043/
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Sounds like you are on dialup. go to administative tools/services in control panel and stop automatic updates/right click/properties and disable. go to update an do a couple at a time.

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A:Order for downloading Win updates?

Do only the "critical" ones and then do SP1. The critical ones may need to be done in groups of about 6-8 at a time, starting with the oldest or the Top of the listing.

The others are based on different hardware and software that MAY be on the machine.
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/order-for-downloading-win-updates.716422/
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Error message specifics, please?

There is no known cure for every variation of an error message...that we can point you to.

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A:Downloading and installing all updates at once

Hello Harlem and welcome to the forums

Some updates are cumulative (most security updates for example) and the components from the previous update have to exist before the newer update can be installed. So you won't be able to install all of these at once.

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WSUS Offline Update - Update Microsoft Windows and Office without an Internet connection

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MS hates us,
Let it run overnight

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I don't know how I have never done it before. My thoughts are go to M/S website find their search box and type in the MSxxxxx and hit search.

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A:Issue with windows updates not downloading

If you do not have IE11 then install it. Install .NET 4.6.1
 
Download and install all updates and latest Update Client on this page.
 
http://wu.krelay.de/en/
 
You may find that the updates do not install. This is because the Windows Update Service has already started. You can either disable the service before installing the updates or reboot and immediately install the updates as the Update Service has a delayed start.
 
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Two ways, one automatic, the other manual. Automatic is the preferred method because it will only download those parts of each cumulative update that are new since the last update. The manual method downloads the whole of the cumulative update each time. With your slow connection that's probably going to be no less painful for you.

Automatic

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Wireless Network Metered Connection - Set in Windows 10
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-vista-not-downloading-updates.890715/
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A:Automatic Updates, Issues Downloading, Etc...

hi i suggest you read this previous thread and use the links within it hopefully it will help http://www.techsupportforum.com/f10/...xe-287233.html

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Sometimes, on some computers, when there are a lot of updates, they fail. Often though, if you deselect all, then select and install a few at a time, it will work fine.

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Hi everyone I just noticed that it has almost been a year since the last time my Windows Vista updated itself I had been constantly trying to update it and checking the Not Downloading Or Help! Updates Vista Installing!!! Please Microsoft site for new updates but with no luck Vista Updates Not Downloading Or Installing!!! Please Help! as they failed everytime I also tried to download those updates that allow you to download future updates how stupid is that but for some weird reason it just won t install them As far as I am concerned update KB is the one responsible for future updates I downloaded it straight from the Microsoft site since my Windows Update doesn t seem to work When I try to install KB it fails and I get this message The following updates were not installed quot Update for Windows KB quot Obviously I cannot install any updates until the quot future updates quot update is installed on my computer But since I can t do that Does that mean I am stuck with a non-updating and insecure Windows Vista I am begging for your help nbsp

A:Vista Updates Not Downloading Or Installing!!! Please Help!

I believe that particular update has been pulled by Microsoft due to problems some were having with it.

http://forums.techguy.org/windows-vista/683606-vista-sp1-auto-install-problem-4.html

Regarding the problem generally with downloading and installing updates, if I understand you correctly, you have your computer set to automatically download and install updates, and they are sometimes downloading but not installing? Or do they only download when you go to the site and do it yourself?

If you haven't looked already,there are a number of trouble shooting tips in Windows Help and Support. Just type in something like 'troubleshooting problems with installing updates', and see if there's anything there to help. I believe too, that sometimes antivirus programmes can prevent these from being installed, so you may want to try disabling yours temporarily to see if it makes a difference. You can also do a search on the error number you see when you right click on the failed update, and sometimes there's a link to follow.

Hopefully someone else will have some more suggestions for you, but if all else fails, you can always ring Microsoft for help. It's free (other than your call charges of course) for help with updates.

Let us know how you get on anyway. Good luck.
 

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Adobe Updates Downloading OK ? But NOT Installing ?
I am in the process of doing a completely fresh install of the operating system and everything else. All has been going OK and I have installed Photoshop CS55 from the CD, but when I try to get the latest updates it all goes wrong. My Bandwidth Monitor confirms the size of the down load and it?s speed. Then just at the end when it should then install the update, I get this error message to say that the update could not be downloaded, when I know full well it is sitting on my hard drive ??



Attached is the error message that is popping up ?
Any ideas ?

A:Adobe Updates Downloading OK - But NOT installing ?

  
Quote: Originally Posted by FredM8


Adobe Updates Downloading OK – But NOT Installing ?
I am in the process of doing a completely fresh install of the operating system and everything else. All has been going OK and I have installed Photoshop CS55 from the CD, but when I try to get the latest updates it all goes wrong. My Bandwidth Monitor confirms the size of the down load and it’s speed. Then just at the end when it should then install the update, I get this error message to say that the update could not be downloaded, when I know full well it is sitting on my hard drive ??

Attached is the error message that is popping up ?
Any ideas ?


What happens when you "Contact customer support for further assistance" as noted in the message? If you haven't contacted them, simply click the "Blue Text" in the message.

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Sometimes I have 2 updates downloading at the same time, ( Windows XP and Norton ). I do have a DSL internet connection running XP Media Center with a 2006 Gateway desktop PC. So my question is how does the system handle more than one application downloading of any updates at once, is it first come first serve, so the other download just waits it's turn ? Or is it possible for the data to get corrupted from this ?
 

A:Solved: 2 updates downloading at the same time ?

It really is no problem for the OS to deal with this, and no it does not corrupt data doing this, I have had over 10 downloads going at one time, it takes longer but its no problem for the OS to do it.

All the data packets have headers, this is the info that directs the packets to the proper place according to the software that is downloading. Kind of like a built in traffic director, works pretty flawlessly no matter how many downloads are going on.

There are restrictions in Internet Explorer on how many silmultaneous downloads you can have going at one time, it used to be 2, but you can increase it if you want. This does not apply to programs downloading updates, or windows updates, no restrictions for these.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/282402

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-2-updates-downloading-at-the-same-time.880198/
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Hi There
We deploy images or special builds for new or used PC to clients and in the past couple of months the Windows update services are taking for ever to download or even pickup on updates.
Can anybody else confirm this?
I believe MS are pushing us towards Windows 10 as we have tested a number of the same Windows 7 images and done the upgrade to Windows 10 without any issues
Something is not right.
Regards
Warren

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I noticed last night that Windows Update had 55 updates to download.  Upon further inspection, it said updates were last downloaded sometime in November.
 
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Following the advice on other threads, I selected only 2 of the updates, then let it run overnight.  I woke up this morning to ZERO percent complete.  Ugh.
 
I'm able to view pages on Internet Explorer and Chrome without issue, and MalwareBytes was able to update just fine.  What next?

A:Windows Update not downloading updates

Download the Windows Update Readiness Tool and run it.

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/612719/windows-update-not-downloading-updates/
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A:Problem downloading program updates

Hello AU_Tygrz,

I would have preferred some other troubleshooting to have been done before referrring you here. I'm not seeing any malware in your logs. See if you can get this online scan done to search for any remnants. It can take some time, so please be patient and allow it to run it's full course:

**Vista users - right click on the IE icon and run as administrator

Using Internet Explorer or Firefox, visit http://www.kaspersky.com/kos/eng/par...avwebscan.html

1. Click Accept, when prompted to download and install the program files and database of malware definitions.


2. To optimize scanning time and produce a more sensible report for review:Close any open programs
Turn off the real time scanner of any existing antivirus program while performing the online scan

3. Click Run at the Security prompt. The program will then begin downloading and installing and will also update the database. Please be patient as this can take several minutes.Once the update is complete, click on My Computer under the green Scan bar to the left to start the scan.
Once the scan is complete, it will display if your system has been infected. It does not provide an option to clean/disinfect. We only require a report from it.
Do NOT be alarmed by what you see in the report. Many of the finds have likely been quarantined.
Click View scan report at the bottom.



Click the Save as Text button to save the file to your desktop so that you may post it in your next reply

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When I try downloading updates from Toshiba for my Satellite Pro C870-1E2 running Windows 7 Pro. it either ends up in "Programs and Features" or just vanishes.Anybody know how it is done?because Toshiba just passes the buck.

A:Downloading Driver Updates from Toshiba

Hi there .. Where are your Downloads saved to .. Toshiba Setup Utility probably deals with all your Updates . If every thing seems to be in order You do not have much to worry about

http://www.sevenforums.com/drivers/302341-downloading-driver-updates-toshiba.html
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Like a number of people a few weeks back, I could not open Windows after downloading that ginormous 13-update patch. I have Windows XP Professional, an IBM R32 Thinkpad, and got the infamous BSOD with the following error codes:

"STOP: 0X000000E3"

"A thread tried to release a source it did not own."

"0X80558BEO"
"0X82FFFFCA548"
"0X00000000"
"0X00000002"

Windows will not start in safe mode or return to last settings, etc. I remember reading here somebody had found a fix, but I can't find it now (I was too sick to deal with it at the time). Can anybody here point me in the right direction? Thanks!