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#1 TxTrapper

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Posted 26 February 2018 - 08:31 AM

Ran Secunia PSI on Toshiba Satellite C655 with Windows 10 Home 32-bit x64-based processor.

All programs up-to-date.
Yellow exclamation at the bottom right click on it says;  "Microsoft Update is not installed"
A window pops up "Install Microsoft Update"  when I click on it it says open Internet Explorer to update. OK or Cancel.  I clicked OK
 

Start-Internet Explorer- get a popup "This site is not secure".   More Information; The websites Security Certificate has a weak signature and is
not secure..
 

ERROR CODE_DEL_FLAGS_WEAK_SIGNATURE
 

Red Shield with X - Go to the website (not recommended)'
 

I go to File Explorer - This PC - search for Microsoft Update - Not found.
I choose "C:" search for Microsoft Update - it's there!

 

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Posted 26 February 2018 - 08:55 PM

The issue has been resolved by a Moderator at Microsoft Community (see below).

J.....J..... replied on February 26, 2018
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Hello D.Shepherd,

 

 

Since you are using a third-party program to check for updates, we cannot assure that the updates are coming from the Windows server. The only way for you to check if the Windows update had failed is to verify it in the View you update history.

 

For more information regarding Windows update, you can refer to this article.

 





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