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I would like to get windows updates to autodownload and install ??? on command ????? :whistle::):lol:

PLEASE HELP!

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I would like to get windows updates to autodownload and install ??? on command ????? :whistle::):lol:

PLEASE HELP!

Where do you need help with? What have you tried? ... Blah etc... Edited by SmOke_N

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I would like to get windows updates to autodownload and install ??? on command ????? :whistle::):lol:

PLEASE HELP!

Turn on automatic updates for windows in windows. No script required...

...by the way, it's pronounced: "JIF"... Bob Berry --- inventor of the GIF format

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I would like to get windows updates to autodownload and install ??? on command ????? :whistle::):lol:

PLEASE HELP!

Can't you do this from control panel? What Windows Version are you using?

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I wrote a script to do what you're requesting (download and install windows updates on command):

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=35158

I hope it works for you.

It's useful for fixing machines that didn't have auto updates on for some reason.


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I don't want to use the normal automatic updates .. I want it to run when I say and download everything and install it...

I have tried something like wuauclt /detectnow <--- This would work if I could get it to open the main window so I can send alt-U for custom then alt - n for next then alt-i for install

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all your updates are done then.....

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Yeah that would be great ....

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Have you considered AutoPatcher - a third party Windows Update tool that can save a lot of time and futzing?

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