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If I am not mistaken, you can do a clean install using the MSDN DVD.I kept getting a similar error when I tried to update from Vista 32 to Win 7 32. The files currently on your primary partition will be saved under a folder The first message says to me "You currently have 64 bit Windows, you are trying to use a 32 bit disk.Cancel the upgrade, complete each task, and then restart the upgrade to continue. According to social.technet.nobody was able to use it for update.No - You have a MSDN subscription which gives you access to both disks, but you must of downloaded the incorrect one.Most users posting in that thread only see WU hang at "Checking for updates..." when it detects a large number of available updates so it's difficult to determine if any changes you've made to your system actually solve the problem until you run your next Patch Tuesday update. checking for updates was close to immediate and 20 updates were indicated ... The only thing that made me nervous was that the first part of the installation (before restart) of the Malicious Software Removal Tool was on the long side ... but that sometimes happens in the update process so I figure it's normal. Check for Updates took maybe 7 hours and still was not finished.Ken B Some of us have been through the experience of check for updates never finishing. The next day, a notification soon cameup in task tray that Updates were avaialbe; so downloading of the updates took more than about 3 or 4 hours. I didn't install any new updates in last days except Windows Defender definitions. After installing KB3145739, it was always finished in 5-10 minutes. (WU is set to This time it was the security patch KB3153199. id=52217 (Stop WU service, install the update, restart.Regardless, my humble gratitude for your assistance!
Alternatively, you can go online to find out how to do a fresh install and transfer all your settings and documents across." The second message says to me "You have 32 bit Windows, you cannot upgrade to 64 bit Windows. They do seem to contradict each other in the fact that it isn't clear if you have 32 bit or 64 bit at the moment, however the thing that they do have in common is that the DVD you are using is the opposite to what you are needing - either you have x64/64 bit and are trying to use a x86/32 bit disk or you have x86/32 bit installed and trying to use a x64/64 bit disk.Before attempted fixes 13 updates were detected and I selected 11 to install ... https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/947821 "Fix Windows Update errors by using the DISM or System Update Readiness Tool" This is listed as the fix for error code 0X80070057. Although my system is 64 bits the listed requirements did not specify 32 bits.