And I have temporarily disable my anti-virus programs as well, no help. We manually downloaded the update and also the Sept update which is a workaround but it doesn't help us as the deployments for 2016 continually increase. In order to delete the remaining files, I restarted and went into Safe Mode. I started by stopping the Windows Update service in my case the service proved to be frozen so I restarted my computer and disabled the service before it starts and the Application Experience service. In October 2016, Microsoft that it was making changes to the way Windows 7 and 8. I will see in due time.
Then you would see the download jump up to a high percentage. But sometimes it breaks and stops working. Dave Boro wrote: 10G Not sure if you are subscribed to other replies so thought I would reply directly to your comment sorry if this wasn't needed. Things you need to know: It hasn't been updated since 2014, it has over 250 updates though I have selected 30 updates to download , it is windows 8. Hello Guys, I don't think this subject is uncommon.
I just disabled the windows. I've tried downloading one at a time but it makes no difference, just stuck on downloading 0%. I have looked through many of the threads on this problem to see if there is a pattern to the failures or a solution that works for many people. It has been downloading and stuck at 0% for nearly 4 hours now. I know these are ancient systems.
This is already a very long post so I'll stop here, but I still need to gather more data. It must be for the same version you have currently running. I suspect it will work on Server 2016 as opposed to just Windows 10, but that's not a use case for my folks as of yet. That's why i'm saying you are wasting your time. Of course, if you want, you could also take some time to to make it easier in the future. It seems that I am not the only one who has those problems.
I can occasionally download some of them by doing them 1 at a time, other times they don't work. Categories, , , Tags, , ,. The only sense of progress i see is that the Software Distribution folder is slowly growing Thanks for your fix — it worked. . Things you need to know: It hasn't been updated since 2014, it has over 250 updates though I have selected 30 updates to download , it is windows 8.
If you find a useful solution not mentioned in this post, welcome to share it here. I am not a fan of applying updates then restarting a day later on a production server, but maybe I have to get over that and apply all the updates a day before the planned outage? When Windows Update starts again it rebuilds the cache repopulating it with up-to-date versions of the files and chewing up a ton of harddisk space again. Is there anything I could do? But clicking on Check for Updates it now wants 4051033 again. I'm not beeing passive agressive man, just tryin to help, in my opinionated sort of way. Almost down to the letter.
Delete all the files in the folder. I would like to know if you have any suggestions on the things I could try to get windows updates working. I've had a different experience with it on laptops. I was checking the log every so often, no errors, and continuous activity. Windows update is stuck at downloading 0kb 0% and after trying many Windows update downloading solutions, I still cant fix it.
It has been downloading and stuck at 0% for nearly 4 hours now. There are several reasons attributed to the appearance of the errors that would force you to find the updates not downloading. After restarting the computer and trying Win updates again, I got quite a few updates All of which installed fine except the November Win 10 major update version 1511, which keeps installing and reverting back the changes. I have Windows 10 on my home desktop and it is decent but for business use it is whack. I'm still looking for the remainder of the delay. A couple of things: 1.
Tips: If you cannot to delete some of the files, reboot your computer. Use the following commands for the purpose. Thanks, Hasn't been updated since 2014. I have just selected 19 updates now after a reboot as it appeared stuck and its now installing them so that could be it. To make matter worse, the issue happens every time even if you try to re-open Windows Update, or stop and restart the download of updates or builds. Solution 4: Use Anti-virus Software to Scan Your Computer The problem could be of Trojans. I will upgrade to Windows 10 when I feel I need to, I will before July but I have no real need to.