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Windows 7 Update KB3110329 Fails to Install with Error Code 800705B4

One on the updates released by Microsoft as part on the initially Patch Tuesday cycle in 2016 fails to install on Windows 7 computers, and as much as this point, no workaround has been located to assist impacted users deploy it.

Posts on Microsoft’s Neighborhood forums reveal that safety update KB3110329 fails in the course of the set up process with error code 800705B4, which, undoubtedly, doesn’t inform us too much at first glance.

Searching the web for workarounds delivers zero solutions to acquire previous the error message and install the update, and Microsoft itself is but to acknowledge the issue, so this may be an isolated problem seasoned by only a little quantity of Windows 7 PCs.

“I am possessing this similar challenge. I have tried several issues but this one update won’t install. It sticks on 12% everytime then the update is, sooner or later, rolled back,” 1 user whose pc is affected by exactly the same update issue explains on the forums.

KB3110329 is definitely an update released by microsoft office 2010 on January 12, 2016, as aspect of the first Patch Tuesday rollout from the year and comes to patch security holes in a quantity of Windows versions, which includes Windows 7 Service Pack 1 and Windows 8.1. The aforementioned issues, nevertheless, are only skilled on Windows 7.

“This safety update resolves vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows. One of the most extreme of the vulnerabilities could enable remote code execution if an attacker is in a position to log on to a target technique and run a specially crafted application,” the bulletin description reads.

Running Windows Troubleshooter doesn’t assistance, the majority of users claim, so the only strategy to handle the challenge right now is always to hide the update and wait till a repair is supplied. But provided the fact that it’s a security fix, Microsoft should really definitely look into this 1.

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