Windows 10: Removing an Update That Won't Load?

  1.    06 Jan 2018 #1

    Removing an Update That Won't Load?


    So this Android Update keeps trying to load and fails. Is there a way for me to remove this from the update list? I know you can remove Updates that "have" loaded, but what about ones that sit in the load stage? Thanks.

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  2.    07 Jan 2018 #2

    See Hide or Show Windows Updates in Windows 10 to block selected updates
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  3.    07 Jan 2018 #3

    Thank you Steve. I appreciate the info and outline link. I'm not sure I want to download a program to do something that should be in windows already, but I do understand its probably the only thing that will achieve what I'm trying to do.
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  4.    08 Jan 2018 #4

    BuzWeaver said: View Post
    Thank you Steve. I appreciate the info and outline link. I'm not sure I want to download a program to do something that should be in windows already, but I do understand its probably the only thing that will achieve what I'm trying to do.
    The fix is direct from Microsoft. I've used it on several PCs and it works fine.
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  5.    10 Jan 2018 #5

    I ran the WushowHide and selected the Android Load. A reboot was required since I still saw the Android load on the update screen. After rebooting, then returning to the Update Screen, doing a check for update, the Android load was gone.
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