why KB4054518 and KB4457144 can't be in stalled.

its impossible to install these two rollups, it keeps telling me every day that they should be installed but the installation failed all time.

does anybody have an idea, how I can solve that problem

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Security only works for me, just not the full quality rollup (Windows 2008 R2)

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Please try installing KB3177467, the last Servicing Stack Update for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, BEFORE installing the latest (September 11) update. This should resolve the issue. 
Melissa Martin
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Hi Melissa,

I had the same problem that I resolved after on-line searching for a solution (as indicated in the thread I opened entitled 'Windows Update September 2018 NOW RESOLVED').  It seems my solution did in fact do as you have advised once Windows Update had been cleaned and reset after my original problematic update attempts.

Is there no way, that when the monthly updates are released, should it be necessary that the updates need to be installed in a specific order then this is indicated.  If this could be done then much frustration and, indeed, stress could be avoided.

Thanks and regards.


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I have the same problem. Update KB4457144, error 8024200D. Update KB3177467 is already installed.

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Here is what error 8024200D means:

0x8024200D The update handler did not install the update because it needs to be downloaded again.

Go to the Microsoft download catalog and download/install the update manually being sure to choose the one that is right for your system:

http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/home.aspx

If nothing seems to work out abandon ship (quit messing around trying things) and take up your issue here:

https://www.sysnative.com/forums/windows-update/

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Tried - did not help.

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Hi Mykola,

You may find these links useful, they helped me resolve the issue on my Windows 7 system:

i)   The Windows Update Troubleshooter at

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4027322/windows-update-troubleshooter

ii)   The Windows Update Reset Tool at

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-update/how-toreset-windows-update-components-in-windows/14b86efd-1420-4916-9832-829125b1e8a3

If you download, extract and run the batch file 'WuReset For Windows 7 and 8.bat' as an admininistrator (i.e. right click the file and choose 'Run as administrator' from the menu that appears), among other cleanup processing, your Windows Update files will be re-registered eliminating and replacing corrupted items. You will notice that your Windows Update History will have been emptied and any updates you did not want and so hid, will become available once more. It may be worth noting the hidden updates before running the batch file so that you can easily identify the unwanted updates when they appear with future updates afterwards. 

The batch file takes a little while to complete but once it does, try running Windows Update again. Check the list of update files that appears and hide those you do not want. Then download and install KB3177467 first as advised by Melissa from Microsoft earlier in the thread and then download and install the rest.

I hope this resolves your issue.

 

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Please try installing KB3177467, the last Servicing Stack Update for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, BEFORE installing the latest (September 11) update. This should resolve the issue. 
Thank you for your help.  Installing the KB file you suggested worked for me.  jeff

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