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Well, it's true that 7's Windows Update Agent should be working with Vista too.
I use Vista without updating it for 7 months (on my brother's laptop, for who has read my thread when I was asking for Virus help) and it's fine. There is no point of upgrading to a new OS, as I said. 1.5% is nothing but it's still a few million in absolute terms.
Very very frustrating and has been like that for the last few months and seems to be getting worse.
Usually everything gets updated eventually, but this month it has been a week and it's still like that.
So I don't mind having a newer system, but I don't want to lose this system as well because of all the old programs and games I still use. Guess I'll just have to go the long winded workaround.
I would've abandoned MS completely if the alternatives don't suck even more.
Has there been any indication that Microsoft is aware of this problem? Anyway, maybe someone WILL be able to find a way to install the version of the latest WU agent that 7 supports. There are 2 options: we find a way to install 7's Windows Update or we keep finding KBs like idiots, no offense for the guys that find them, they help us. Is there a reason why Win 7 WU cannot be used on Vista? Can't we make them aware of this bug and let them spend an afternoon to fix it? In less than a year we will have no chance anymore of getting it fixed.
Vista is no different than 7, only the UI just a bit, but some users don't even notice those ones. I've searched everywhere on the internet and this thread seems to be the most up to date and one that actually presents a solution.My machine is Vista Home Basic and with only 2 GB of RAM I get high memory usage (up to 500 MB RAM 1 GB already in use when idle) and high CPU load (completely maxxed out one of my dual cores).Now from this thread I gather you just need to follow the instructions here ( and that will fix it for this month? And the guys at Microsoft can't do anything, because the problem is in the version of Windows Update that Vista uses, which is outdated.But then next month you need to go through the whole process again which is a massive pain. Has anybody actually figured out the bug that's causing the problem? There are 2 options: we find a way to install 7's Windows Update or we keep finding KBs like idiots, no offense for the guys that find them, they help us. And the guys at Microsoft can't do anything, because the problem is in the version of Windows Update that Vista uses, which is outdated. If the problem is with Windows Update on Vista they can update it to the latest version, or patch whatever bug and keep current version. Clearly they have a skeleton crew over at Microsoft HQ pushing out these Vista patches monthly.
The Windows Update Agent (wuaueng.dll) v7.6.7600.256 for Vista that seems to be causing these "" hangs hasn't been updated since June 2012, and I suspect that there won't be a permanent fix for this problem unless Microsoft releases a patch for this WUA before extended support for Vista ends on 11-Apr-2017. ------------ Cheers, I figured out the steps from reading the thread. Turns out I'm only missing the latest KB so it's not that painful to upgrade.