net start wuauserv
net start cryptSvc
net start bits
net start msiserver
3. Check for Corrupted System Files: - Run `sfc /scannow` in Command Prompt to look for and fix any corrupted system files.
4. Manually Install the Problematic Update: - Find the update causing the issue, download it from the Microsoft Update Catalog, and install it manually.
5. Check Disk Utility: - To ensure your hard drive is in good shape, run a disk check by opening Command Prompt with admin rights and typing `chkdsk /f`. Restart your computer to complete the check.
6. Perform a Repair Upgrade: - If nothing else works, you might consider doing a repair upgrade of Windows, which reinstalls Windows while keeping your files and apps. You'll need a Windows installation USB or DVD for this.
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