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I tried all sort of suggested solution and nothing worked until I stumbled on this thread.I should have known better than searching somewhere else to find solutions for any windows related problem. @Usenameissues, I had the same problem after a "Clean install." Installed a few updates, then installed SP1. This time it downloaded Windows Update Agent 7.6.760.320.The computer might be useless for any other task for 24 hours.You can skip installing that old WU Agent and manually install the latest WU Client instead.I started by using these search terms in Google: "Windows Update Client" "March 2016" "Windows 7" As this post ages, replace "March 2016" with the current month/year.If that does not find the desired KB, try the previous month.I let it run for 2 hours, "Searching for Updates" but never seemed to stop looking. My Windows 7 x64 pre-SP1, will this give me update problems? install following two updates/rollups 3020369 3172605 2.At this point, I then searched for the latest version of "Window Update Client." Downloaded it, ran Windows Update. After scanning for only a few minutes, it found 233 Updates (998.9 MB) which I'm currently installing. update the WU agent (as I thought and then landed back here) Which one is better? I need a working WU to get updates through Update manager, But also afraid the latest of the latest means trouble in the near future.
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Reading around, it seems the state of things at Microsoft has changed drastically since W10 was announced.
Most frighteningly they changed the name of the updater and left this article to depreciate https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/949104 "Note The latest version of the Windows Update...
Like there's support for anything that's not new these days...
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That lead me to this link for March 2016: KB3138612.