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 Als de updates niet meer willen terwijl wel nodig


*Open an elevated command prompt. (Go to Start -> Programs -> Accessories,
right-click on Command Prompt, and choose "Run as administrator".)
*In the command prompt window, run the following two commands:
net stop wuauserv
rmdir /s C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\DataStore
Don't close the command prompt window yet.
*Rename the C:\Windows\WindowsUpdate.log file to some other name. (This
isn't actually necessary, but will make it much easier to distinguish the
post-reset activity from the pre-reset activity.)
*Run the Registry Editor. (Go to Start -> Run, type "regedit" and press
Enter.) Warning: Incorrect registry changes can damage your Windows
installation and require reinstalling Windows or other software; be very
careful when following these steps.
*In the Registry Editor tree, find
Right-click on WindowsUpdate in the tree and choose Delete.
*Back in the command prompt window, run this command:
net start wuauserv
*You can now close the command prompt window and the Registry Editor window.
*Now run the Windows Update control panel. You'll be prompted to opt back
into Microsoft Update and to reset your automatic-updates settings. The first
store needs to be rebuilt. Any previously-hidden updates (such as language
packs) will be shown again and will need to be re-hidden.

If the problem was indeed a corrupted datastore, then you should find that
updates are now successfully detected. If not, then you should at least be no
worse off than you were.
Software Development Engineer, Microsoft Corp.
This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
Nothing I say should be taken as Microsoft policy. I am a noob.
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