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  •             RA:   did you uninstall that one in order to "reinstall" it?  What happened with that step?  E.g. what module versions did it revert to?  And what showed in Help About? the only thing it has change about my IE is updated version is 9.0.24 (KB2909921)

    That's good.  That's up to last month's maintenance at least.  In fact, it looks as if that is now current.

    Check.SUR.Persist-notpad ================================= Checking System Update Readiness. Binary Version 6.1.7601.21645 Package Version 16.0 2012-10-27 07:54 Checking Windows Servicing Packages Checking Package Manifests and Catalogs (f) CBS MUM Corrupt 0x800F0900 servicing\Packages\Package_2_for_KB2719177~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~9.4.1.0.mum  Line 1: INDX( Checking Package Watchlist Checking Component Watchlist Checking Packages Checking Component Store Summary: Seconds executed: 818  Found 1 errors   CBS MUM Corrupt Total count: 1 Unavailable repair files:  servicing\packages\Package_2_for_KB2719177~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~9.4.1.0.mum  servicing\packages\Package_2_for_KB2719177~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~9.4.1.0.cat   ================================= Checking System Update Readiness. Binary Version 6.1.7601.21645 Package Version 17.0 2012-11-27 04:15 Checking Windows Servicing Packages Checking Package Manifests and Catalogs (f) CBS MUM Corrupt 0x80070026 servicing\Packages\Package_2_for_KB2719177~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~9.4.1.0.mum  Line 1: X´ Checking Package Watchlist Checking Component Watchlist Checking Packages Checking Component Store Summary: Seconds executed: 400  Found 1 errors   CBS MUM Corrupt Total count: 1 Unavailable repair files:  servicing\packages\Package_2_for_KB2719177~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~9.4.1.0.mum  servicing\packages\Package_2_for_KB2719177~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~9.4.1.0.cat 

    I don't really know how to read that report but I suspect "Unavailable repair files" is significant. Let's see if we can try to infer something from what else is there.  E.g. KB2719177.  What's that change? Oh.  The July 2013 Cumulative update.  Well, presumably if you now have IE9 up to the February 2014 one.  I imagine that that error may not matter too much.  After all, won't "cumulative" updates completely supersede each other?   ; )

    So, now I imagine you could either stay at IE9 with current maintenance or optionally try going to a higher level of IE.  I'm not even sure you need to go to IE10 first; e.g. you could probably go straight to IE11 if you wanted to.  For example, I recently installed W7sp1 Pro from an ISO and even with that it still required 153 updates and still didn't go to IE10 or IE11; they just magically appeared soon after with messages which said something like "Introducing your new browser".  Perhaps you should just remove the "declined" mark you have on those but just let them come in later when they decide to show up?

     

    Good luck

    Robert
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    C.f.

    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie11-windows_7/internet-explorer-11-windows-7-for-64-wont-install/5209598b-ac87-4ee5-a8f4-cbb7b624dda8?page=4 

    WTH?



    Robert Aldwinckle
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    Friday, March 14, 2014 4:37 PM

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