My Update Failed and reverted to 9926, now I cant update.

So My first update crashed and my system reverted to 9926. Now When I click Check for Updates it will see the new build and instantly go to 100% then disappear without any windows popping up. The screen says "Updates Installed" though. It seems to think I already have the latest build but i am still on 9926. I have tried restarting but to no avail.
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Option 1: Credit - Carey Frisch, MVP:

1. Open a Command Prompt (Run as Administrator)
2. Type: cd %windir% and press the Enter key.
3. Type: net stop wuaserv and press the Enter key
4. Type: ren softwaredistribution softwaredistribution.old and press the Enter key.
5. [ Note: if you get an error message, ignore and type the above again and press Enter ]
6. Type: net start wuauserv and press the Enter key.
7. Type: Exit and press Enter, then go back and check for Windows Updates again.

Option 2: Download the .ISO:

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/insider/forum/insider_wintp-insider_install/instructions-create-a-bootable-iso-file-using-esd/d2768b51-221a-436e-af4e-d3b9118a8864

Best,
Andre
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MVP-Windows and Devices for IT
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This worked perfectly for me.

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You are welcome! Keep us updated with your progress.
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Thank you for the tip, I will keep updated for results ;)
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3. Type: net stop wuaserv and press the Enter key

Please fix point 3 ;) wuauserv

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Option 1: Credit - Carey Frisch, MVP:

1. Open a Command Prompt (Run as Administrator)
2. Type: cd %windir% and press the Enter key.
3. Type: net stop wuaserv and press the Enter key
4. Type: ren softwaredistribution softwaredistribution.old and press the Enter key.
5. [ Note: if you get an error message, ignore and type the above again and press Enter ]
6. Type: net start wuauserv and press the Enter key.
7. Type: Exit and press Enter, then go back and check for Windows Updates again.

Hi Andre,

these steps doesn't work for all users. Suggests?

Vito

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Option 1: Credit - Carey Frisch, MVP:

1. Open a Command Prompt (Run as Administrator)
2. Type: cd %windir% and press the Enter key.
3. Type: net stop wuaserv and press the Enter key
4. Type: ren softwaredistribution softwaredistribution.old and press the Enter key.
5. [ Note: if you get an error message, ignore and type the above again and press Enter ]
6. Type: net start wuauserv and press the Enter key.
7. Type: Exit and press Enter, then go back and check for Windows Updates again.

Option 2: Download the .ISO:

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/insider/forum/insider_wintp-insider_install/instructions-create-a-bootable-iso-file-using-esd/d2768b51-221a-436e-af4e-d3b9118a8864

Hi Andre, my computer was crashed again when update, i did again these steps, but now it not working anymore. It said the file already exit when i finished step 4. What can i do now?

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Hi MrLTT,

now you can Download official ISO, use it for an update or a fresh install (suggested)

Bye,

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