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    I've a problem with my Laptop. My Windows 10 professional stopped updating a few days ago. I can no longer update. I tried all the automatic windows troubleshooting. I did the advanced options-unchecked the update other Microsoft products box as I was advised from the bulk of google searches. I restored to an earlier time. I restored to a back up. I still can't get Windows 10 to update. It updates to 5% then gives me update error 0x800705b4.
    Please help!

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    I've a problem with my Laptop. My Windows 10 professional stopped updating a few days ago. I can no longer update. I tried all the automatic windows troubleshooting. I did the advanced options-unchecked the update other Microsoft products box as I was advised from the bulk of google searches. I restored to an earlier time. I restored to a back up. I still can't get Windows 10 to update. It updates to 5% then gives me update error 0x800705b4.
    Please help!
    Do you have anything plugged into it? Like a flash drive? Or is there a CD/DVD in the tray?

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    🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆 ElNono's Avatar
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    Try disabling your anti-virus temporarily
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    http://download.wsusoffline.net/

    This is a very useful tool you can download and use to install windows updates offline. Very user friendly interface and fairly straight forward.

    Lets you choose to install updates manually or you can install them in bulk.

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    Please follow Windows Update troubleshooting tools.
    Download and run the Windows Update Troubleshooter.
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...troubleshooter
    Or follow this step-
    https://appuals.com/windows-update-error-0x800705b4/

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    did you try turning it off and turning it back on?

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    LMAO koriwhat's Avatar
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    throw it in the trash where it belongs. problem solved!
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