C csg Well-known member Joined Feb 7, 2019 Posts 85 Feb 11, 2019 #1 Our company manages Windows Updates for around 100 computers from a WSUS server, and recently one of the Windows 7 Pro machines has been having trouble successfully installing updates. We will select only the important updates to install, install them, reboot the computer, then when the computer boots back up and goes to the "Configuring Windows" screen it sits at 32% for several minutes, before eventually saying "Reverting Changes." It usually takes upwards of an hour for it to finish that process and finally go back to the login screen, where Windows Update shows that all of the updates failed. We decided to turn off Auto Update and disregard installing the updates from the WSUS server, opting to try the "Check online for updates" option instead. When those updates showed up, and we attempted to install the important ones again, the same event occurred, and we waited upwards of an hour to log back in and see that they all failed. We noticed that running a repair on the .NET framework helped only those updates install normally, so those are no longer a concern. We had some luck for a while with doing only one update at a time, rebooting after each one, but we are left with about 5 updates that will still not install properly. We have run the System Readiness Tool, done SFC /scannow, used the SFC Fix tool, but this handful of updates still fails. Our CBS log folder can be found here: https://we.tl/t-wgvE5rUM7d We truly appreciate the assistance, and will gladly answer any questions that may help.