BSoD after exiting Thief. Memory Management Error

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  1. imjustademo

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    Hey Kemical. Just upgraded and went back to win7 for now. I have a fresh install and my "looking for updates" is stuck. Currently the updates I do have are these http://puu.sh/ohUcG/10739824e3.png I think it grabbed some but it's stuck. I tried a couple things but I feel like you'd give me a better answer.
     
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    I thought I ran something similar. I'll try it out.
     
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    I thought I'd let you know i've followed steps 1 and 2 on this if it has any impact. Windows Update - Reset - Windows 7 Help Forums I tried it before I posted. I also downloaded the newest version of IE And did the netsh commands, reset the proxy server and no good.
     
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    I tried the third option on that link I gave you and it seems like It might have worked. It shows another update and gives me 1 option in the update history so at least I'm getting somewhere.
    Nvm it still gets stuck on the checking for updates.
     
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    Hey sorry to put you through the trouble. I talked to a Microsoft agent and just went back to windows 10. They had troubles too. I didn't try that service pack, I wonder if it would of helped. Thanks though man, you're a king.
     
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    Hey no problem glad to help.. :)
     

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