First, I will openly admit that I am being lazy by asking here without doing my web research first, so if that offends [and it legitimately might] please just skip this message.
On my Windows 10 Pro 32-bit machine I have had an update related to Canon MP250 printer, which says it has installed successfully, installing itself on each and every Windows Update cycle for several months now. What's even more fun is that I have not had that printer since long before my upgrade and I do not believe that it's still listed in Devices and Printers, so what's triggering this I do not know.
If I ever knew how to tell Windows Update under Windows 10 to, "Stop it, Stop it, Stop IT!!" for a given update I've long ago forgotten how.
If someone knows the quick way to just tell Windows to stop fetching and installing this update I'd appreciate knowing what it is.
Edited by britechguy, 26 May 2017 - 02:04 PM.