Have you tried to restart the Windows Update service but it’s just not there?
As you may know, Windows Update or “wuauserv” is a service that is available to keep your PC up to date. Sometimes programs that do Registry cleaning may delete the service from your system mistakenly, one of those programs is the older version of CCleaner.
So if you run into this problem luckily there is a command that adds the Windows Update service back.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to repair Windows Update service using the Command Prompt.
Missing Windows Update Service: Ultimate Fix Solution
As I told you we are going to execute a command in order to add the Windows Update service back to the
First, launch the Command Prompt as administrator.
Copy and paste the following commands and right-click to execute them, hit Enter on the last command.
sc delete wuauserv Dism.exe /Online /Cleanup-Image /Restorehealth sfc /scannow
After you execute
sfc /scannow restart your PC.
Download this Registry Backup for the Windows Update Service
As I told you at the beginning of this tutorial, this problem occurs when you do Registry cleaning most of the time.
So this service is located in the Registry Editor under this path:
You can download the registry hack to recover the Windows Update service from here.
There you have it, dear friend, if you have any questions about Windows Update don’t forget to leave a comment below.
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