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    Hang back with optional update KB2647753

    Re: Microsoft Security Bulletin(s) for August 14, 2012 - Security |
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    Getting multiple reports of it being installed over and over again

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    Susan, It appears the link does not open properly without being a member of DSL Reports.
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    Thank you Tinto. That link did open.
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    Hi All,

    They may have gotten this fixed already.
    Eariler today I tried the fix and sure enough it was offered again. I then downloaded the fix as suggested and ran it and it says it was not for my machine but also when I ran WU again it did not show up!

    I just ran updates on the other side of my dual boot laptop and it offered the update along with others. I installed all, rebooted and it no longer shows as any thing to update.
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    It does indeed seem to be fixed now although it shows up as installed twice on my system. I didn't use the fix mentioned earlier.

    First of all, it got installed along with the rest of the normal updates and after a reboot it was still showing. I allowed it to install again and now there is no sign of it waiting to be installed.

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    Detection is now fixed, but I like to hold back on these non security updates until the end of the month.

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    Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB2732500) failed installation

    I had been having problems all week with Windows Update repeatedly trying and failing to install a set of updates. Each time it would reboot, fail and retry again. I found a solution here:
    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...0-d67d2105a991

    Garry recommends manually installing updates one at a time with this one last:
    Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB2647753)

    That worked for me. I had to reboot my system after each update but eventually all were installed successfully.

    David Salahi

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidSalahi View Post
    I had been having problems all week with Windows Update repeatedly trying and failing to install a set of updates. Each time it would reboot, fail and retry again. I found a solution here:
    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...0-d67d2105a991

    Garry recommends manually installing updates one at a time with this one last:
    Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB2647753)

    That worked for me. I had to reboot my system after each update but eventually all were installed successfully.

    David Salahi
    Actually all you need is to apply KB2647753 separately from the others. As long as this one is kept separate, installation should proceed without issues.

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    David,

    That's almost exactly what I did; I installed the 4 Important updates together, rebooted, then installed the 4 Recommended updates one at a time, rebooting between each, with KB2647753 last.

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    I installed a wad of updates on 8-14. On reboot, I had a "new" update, KB2647753. All the other updates installed without problems. I ticked KB2647753 and clicked install, the screen blinked, and it said installation was successful.

    A few minutes later I had a "new" update, KB2647753. My settings are notify, but do not install. This time I let it sit awhile, then installed it again, with the same result, the screen blinked, and it said installation was successful. We played this game off and on until 8-16, and it finally stopped showing up as a "new" update. Update history shows that it successfully installed 9 times, with no failures.

    Installed Updates only shows it one time.

    It was kind of like "kick the can" there for a couple of days. My Windows 7 installation is nowhere near standard, and I always install all updates except for anything "Bing", and this is the first time I've had a hiccup on anything. And this wasn't much, just "Deja vu all over again!"
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    And that worked for me when I went to update my wife's computer. I applied KB2647753 first and then all the others en masse afterward. It worked just fine.

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    Thanks to everyone who posted, I followed Susan's advise, and everything else has installed like a charm

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