Problems updating microsoft security essentials
Navigate to here -- -- and download the Windows Repair All-In-One. I also recommend running a scan with with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and your Anti-Virus, to see if anything comes up.When you run it, check all the boxes even though your problem is just Windows Update. - Here is a more thorough explanation on removing infections from your computer.It also fixed the firewall program which had also been removed apparently. Is there anything else I should be running to do additional checks? I have also been using Win Patrol Explorer as recommended by another member here.Widnows update is currently installing 45 updates and a quick scan with Microsoft Security Essentials found "Exploit: HTML/Iframe Ref. That's really basic without checking for rootkits which I would do if problems continued.It's just to check for suspicious files, and you can check anything you don't know with the database here at BC.One last thing is I like to check my connections after a clean Restart.
I ran across your post on a search for this exact same issue, and I am happy to say that the "windows-repair-all-in-one" did the trick!! Navigate to here -- -- and download the Windows Repair All-In-One. I also recommend running a scan with with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and your Anti-Virus, to see if anything comes up.I would begin by typing "netstat -n" which will show all your computers connections, and if I see a lot of questionable connections, I will type "netstat -b" which will show which programs are causing me to have all those connections.You can further take whatever file you think could be a virus and upload it to You can do this by going to the Start menu and click Run type "command".In the command prompt "netstat" lets you see your internet connections.