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Julsie

updates not required

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I have "hidden" HP updates that are not required and have been trying to install repeatedly but failing [not required].

However, in spite of hiding them, windows 10 update keeps trying to install the files. Is there no way to remove apdates that are not only, not required ,but fail to install anyway??

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Hi Julise ! You might give this link a look! Sometimes you may have an issue with Windows Update such as not being able to download or install updates, error messages, not being able to search for new updates, etc. These kind of issues can occur when the Windows Update database or components are corrupted, one or more services related to Windows Update are not running, etc.

Resetting the Windows Update components and history can usually solve these types of issues.
http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/24742-windows-update-reset-windows-10-a.html

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