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That being said, given the history of this issue, I would not be surprised if we see the problem re-emerge when the next Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer is released.
Additionally, for several years now Ive been heavily involved in setting up computers with Windows XP running in a virtual machine, whether it is for new Macintosh users who still need to run a particular Windows-only software, or Windows 7 or 8 users who need.
Apparently, this problem has been in existence in various forms for many years.MS13-080/KB 2879017, which was released in October 2013.It seemed to me like running the several rounds of updates after the initial Windows XP installation was taking forever significantly longer than the usual lengthy process.The simple explanation is that Microsoft believes that the amount of old updates in the automatic update chain has gotten to the point where it is overwhelming the wuauclt.Likely we have been experiencing this issue for a long time and simply chalked it up to Windows Updates being slow in general.I will update the article if/when this problem returns and/or if Microsoft finally fixes the root cause of the issue on their end.A lot of my clients still run Windows XP, especially those who bought PCs after 2007 and did their best to avoid Windows Vista.EXE process in Task Manager which will then free up the computers CPU so that you can quickly manually download and install the update.
At the time of this writing, MS13-097/KB 2898785 seems to be the magic bullet for most situations.
On a fresh install I would run windows dvd burner for windows 7 64 bit updates it would check for updates and under 30 seconds it would ask for the WGA update and then would proceed to show me the other 100 updates.
What I observed, however, was that the problem really only manifested itself noticeably during the initial rounds of updates after the Windows XP install.
MS13-097/KB 2898785 Windows XP SP3 Internet Explorer.It seemed that there were new Cumulative Security Updates for Internet Explorer.Obviously there is a problem with the Windows Update Automatic Update Client.Ironically this patch is described as a Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer and does not mention fixing Windows Update Automatic Update Client.Parallels, who doesnt seem to be interested in supporting OVF even after years of customer requests).This did seem to fix the issues I was working on at the time.I began to see this problem a lot as I was setting up brand new Windows XP SP3 installations under virtual machine software, whether that software was VirtualBox, Parallels, Virtual PC, Hyper-V, or others on either Macintosh or Windows host computers.