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Having a bit of problem with windows update. My download is stuck at 100% for 3 hours now. I've tried restarting to redownload the update. But it got stuck again at Downloading - 100%. Can anyone tell me how to fix this problem?1179136148_Screenshot2022-12-07211923.thumb.png.4c4728d83b456b8a699fe573b344560c.png

 

Also, in my windows update screen "Some settings are managed by your organization" this message is being shown. When I click "View configured update policies" it says 'Exclude drivers from Windows quality updates'. I don't know why this is showing. Can anyone tell me how can I fix it? Or is there any need to fix this? Since I don't want windows to update my drivers.

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Is this a company owned machine? A lot of times you can download things but not install them based of IT Dept setings.

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Check in with your IT department  and ask them. If your PC is locked by company-wide settings then we won't be able to help you. The same applies when it's a school-provided device.

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8 minutes ago, mike_seps said:

Is this a company owned machine? A lot of times you can download things but not install them based of IT Dept setings.

No. It's my personal computer. This message is showing right from the start. I've also checked the Group Policy. It's set as "Not configured"

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1 minute ago, Stahlmann said:

Check in with your IT department  and ask them. If your PC is locked by company-wide settings then we won't be able to help you. The same applies when it's a school-provided device.

It's my personal computer at home.

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Just now, Albarona said:

No. It's my personal computer. This message is showing right from the start. I've also checked the Group Policy. It's set as "Not configured"

Are you the admin on the machine? Or is a parent or someone you bought it from?

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Just now, Dedayog said:

Are you the admin on the machine? Or is a parent or someone you bought it from?

I'm the admin.

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you will get that notice if youve messed about in gpedit for most windows settings. if anything in gpedit under windows updates or power management is set away from default, you will get that. it's probably nothing related.

 

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2 minutes ago, OhYou_ said:

you will get that notice if youve messed about in gpedit for most windows settings. if anything in gpedit under windows updates or power management is set away from default, you will get that. it's probably nothing related.

 

I've checked both in Group Policy. It's all set to default.

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You can get this message from viruses as well as if you hacktivated Windows with an enterprise key or method that gave you one. 

Did you build and activate this computer yourself? If so did you use a legitimate copy of Windows? Or did you buy it prebuilt from someone or a retailer?

 

If you did use a legitimate key and install then you most likely have a virus or something that you installed onto the PC is causing the issues, I would recommend running a Malwarebytes scan and seeing if it finds anything, you can also try creating a new user profile on the computer and seeing if the new one is also controlled by the organization.

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My main problem isn't the "managed by your organization" notice. 

My windows update is stuck at downloaded 100%. It's not moving forward. I'd really appreciate the help to fix this first.

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10 minutes ago, SpookyCitrus said:

You can get this message from viruses as well as if you hacktivated Windows with an enterprise key or method that gave you one. 

Did you build and activate this computer yourself? If so did you use a legitimate copy of Windows? Or did you buy it prebuilt from someone or a retailer?

 

If you did use a legitimate key and install then you most likely have a virus or something that you installed onto the PC is causing the issues, I would recommend running a Malwarebytes scan and seeing if it finds anything, you can also try creating a new user profile on the computer and seeing if the new one is also controlled by the organization.

I don't think that it's virus. I'm using an anti-virus software. As for windows activation, I didn't activate it myself. The retailer installed and activated the windows.

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run windows media creation tool (for windows 10) and select upgrade this pc
idk

tbh it will install when it installs. why do you need it installed asap?

I would honestly just ignore it and it will sort itself out. Microsoft is pretty good these days at forcing things after a while 

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I don't need it installed asap. It just bugs me to have the update stuck in one place for over 3 hours. But if it's nothing to worry about I can just leave it as is.

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You can also get that message if you run something like Shutup10 or Spybot ANti-Beacon, just an FYI

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1 minute ago, Radium_Angel said:

You can also get that message if you run something like Shutup10 or Spybot ANti-Beacon, just an FYI

I am using Shutup10.

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5 minutes ago, Radium_Angel said:

You can also get that message if you run something like Shutup10 or Spybot ANti-Beacon, just an FYI

Thanks a lot. That message was being shown because of a toggle I had turned on. That message just went away after I turned the toggle off and rebooted. Though I'll turn the toggle back on. i don't need microsoft to update my graphics or chipset driver.

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Now hopefully my windows update moves on from downloading - 100% to installing.

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6 hours ago, Albarona said:

Now hopefully my windows update moves on from downloading - 100% to installing.

Let us know, otherwise we'll keep troubleshooting

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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Windows update finally moved one from downloading - 100% to installing and finished installing. Thanks everyone for helping.

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