Posted 05 July 2012 - 06:42 AM
Yes, I have heard of CCleaner and do use it fairly regularly. I typically avoid using the registry cleaner feature that's built into it. In your case, I don't believe utilizing this feature will fix the issue you're experiencing with Windows Updates.
In your case, I think the best case maybe to just back-up the essential files you need and reformat and re-install.
Windows Updates is an essential part of Windows, and with the issues you're experiencing, it's probably for the best to reformat and re-install.
Let me know.
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