Windows update issue

#1
Win 7 64 bit. When I put the computer to sleep Windows wants to shutdown to load the Office 2007 updates. I let Windows do this a few times, but the message continues to appear for the same set of updates every time I want to use sleep. The update history shows the updates have been installed.
 


#2
Have you rebooted the PC?
 


#3
yes. I've rebooted several times.
 


#4
Are you manually putting the computer to sleep or letting it happen at the desired set time? It could be that the Office program itself is corrupted, you have 2 options. 1st, load the Office dvd and click repair. 2nd, uninstall and reinstall office.

Personally I don't use sleep/hybernate as it tends to create issues...but that's just me.
 


davidhk129

Senior Member
#5
Win 7 64 bit. When I put the computer to sleep Windows wants to shutdown to load the Office 2007 updates. I let Windows do this a few times, but the message continues to appear for the same set of updates every time I want to use sleep. The update history shows the updates have been installed.

You are not the only one.
This apparently is an issue affecting countless numbers of users, me including, of course.
Apparently MS is aware of the glitch. They are, supposedly, working on it.
Meanwhile, just ' hide" them if they appear again and want to be installed. That was what I did.
If you don't know how to hide an update so that it won't appear again, please post back.




 


davidhk129

Senior Member
#6
adding .....
the issue mentioned above happens to both Win 8 and Win 7 OS
 


davidhk129

Senior Member
#7
Editing..............

The issue ( updates keep appearing for install ) mentioned in this thread have been resolved by MS.
You shouldn't have this problem any more.

If you had them "hidden", "unhide" them, install them and they won't reappear again.

Strangely, I went to unhide them and they were no where to be found.

http://blogs.technet.com/b/office_s...eting-for-microsoft-update-wsus-and-sccm.aspx
 


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