Windows 10: No updates can be installed from HP support
No updates can be installed from HP support
I got new HP model HP 250 G5, Product: W4N09EA#ABV with Windows 10 Pro x64
To stop Windows from downloaded updates without my permission I followed instructions found in the follow link before connecting my PC to internet:
Set an Ethernet Connection as Metered by Editing the Registry
Then I connected to internet and downloaded updates from HP support.
I found I can download any updates, however all installations failed afterwards.
I also tried to download Google tool bar and Chrome, however installation failed.
Would you please advise how to fix this problem.
Source: Updates to Silicon Support Policy for Windows | Windows For Your Business
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