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I suggest you reboot your PC after the installation of Internet Explorer 8.Update for Windows XP (KB927891) This is the update to fix or prevent the 99% CPU usage issue.I have an MSI Wind U100 Netbook that I reset back to factory defaults, and I'm trying to run Windows Update. A search for this issue shows a number of other people having trouble with Windows Update, but it seems that everyone else is able to resolve by performing one or more of the above items. As indicated above, however, I've tried updating to IE 8 and letting it sit for hours. I created a blog post on my website with detailed instructions and links to the updates you'll need to download.
If you attempt to run windows Updates again you’ll be prompted to install the latest addition of Windows Update. The update will install successfully but you may notice that Windows Update will continue to loop while searching for updates.Currently downloading and installing them at the moment.So it appears that this is really a microsoft issue: At some point in time i read, (forgot to get those links) that microsoft changed the way that their update servers were working and somehow for older versions of windows that weren't patched before a particular month last year, caused them to get stuck in the same way as i did.So, if Windows Update is partially or fully enabled when you try this, you will probably get stuck "checking for updates". Rebooted again, the updates were installed I then had to re-install (uninstall and reinstall) the 2015 C redistributable files both for the 32 and 64-bit versions, rebooted again and i can run the programs that use those now.Now i tested the windows update to see if it will still stall at "Checking for updates..." Ran it at the background while i was doing other things, it worked this time after 20 or so minutes and showed me the list of updates.
First thing you need to do is make sure your Automatic Updates is set to off..