Automatic updates keeps updating same patch
If you're experiencing issues with the Alpha client (namely a screen similar to [**this**]( B), found in this [**reddit thread**](https:// here are some steps to work around the issue.1- Delete your **<install path>\RADS\solutions\league_client_sln** folder if one exists in your League install 2- Delete **all but your "installer" folder** in **<install path>\RADS\projects\league_client\releases** directory 3- Run **<install path>\RADS\projects\league_client\releases\installer\deploy\League Client.exe** 4- A progress window should pop up.After following both procedures (on a virtualbox I reset back to the same snapshot) I still had the hung update search. I have no idea what update got everything sorted out but using this sledge hammer I was able to get a bunch downloaded and installed.Then did a normal windows update and it had another ~30 and I was all up to date again :)I'm just duplicating my comment I posted in thread for similar question here for the benefit of others struggling with this: I just spent couple of days in company of old laptop with 2GB of RAM and can confirm that issue seems to be x64 poor hardware/insufficient RAM specific.It is an update for the Windows Root Certificate Program which speeds up the updating of root certificates from once per week to once every 24 hours.
The Lineage UPDATER states that it will reboot to the device's recovery to install the update, but that doesn't guarantee anything.Attempts to fix the problem seems to have made the problem worse. and it fixed a couple of things but didn't fix error code 0X80070057 4. Having the same problem and pursuing similar solutions with out success, I tried downloading the recommended update for my Vista Home Premium SP2 64 bit OS.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.I recently had the same problem and solved it by shutting down windows and then restarting it. Only at shutdown it started installing updates and then the next boot it found the next set up updates.Neither magicandre1981 nor Moab's answers assisted me.