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A 4-step approach to update “Windows 7 SP1 Convenience Rollup” package
Generally, PC or desktop owners have to go through a tedious procedure of downloading updates
and rebooting frequently when it comes installing Windows 7 on a new system. Now such users
can take sigh of relief as there is an update package called “Windows 7 SP1 Convenience
Rollup” that allows you to install hundreds of updates with a single download. But there’s a
dilemma as the package is not found or available in Windows Update. When you start installing
Windows 7 system from beginning, you have to download and install the update regularly. Now,
the new pac kage makes Windows Update download and install the updates automatically. So,
first you have to download and install the package. For the same, you can take help from
Microsoft professionals who offer customer support for Windows 7 update. Moreover, it also
functions as Windows 7 Service Pack 2.
Following are most used steps that can help you download and install the update in the most
Service Pack installation:
First of all, install Service Pack 1 if it is not existed in already. To update, it is essential that you
should have Windows 7 Service Pack 1. If Windows 7 is installed from beginning, then you have
two ways for doing the same: Either you can install it from a Disc or ISO having Service Pack 1
or Download and Install SP1 Separately
For the former one, Microsoft gives Windows 7 ISO images with an integrated Service Pack 1
that you can download. So you get Service Pack 1 after installing the update package. The latter
one is meant for installing the same from an older Windows 7 disc having no SP1 integration.
Here, you need to install the same separately. If you have no idea if Windows 7 Service Pack 1 is
installed or not, then simply open the Start menu>write “winver” into the search box> press
Enter. Then, you will find “Service Pack 1” there. If it is not there, then you have to install
Service Pack 1.
Is 32-bit or 64-bit Version of Windows 7 in use?
To know the fact, in the Start menu, all you need to do is to tap on the “Start” button and
“Computer.” Then, choose “Properties” to find information in the “System type.”
Download and Install the April 2015 “Servicing Stack” Update
First, install the update first, and then you will be able to install the update package. Go to the
April 2015 Servicing Stack Update download page and tap on the appropriate links to download
the update for (32-bit) or (64-bit version) of Windows 7. You can also take help from technical
support phone number for Windows 7 to successful update Windows 7.
Windows 7 SP1 Convenience Rollup download and installation
If the clicking of the link is not helpful, then download the update in (32-bit) or (64-bit version)
from authentic Microsoft websites. It is likely that there can be an issue of web browser and
Active X. With Microsoft’s update catalog, you will find the following update packages: Update
for Windows 7 (KB3125574), update for Windows Server 2008 R2 x64 Edition (KB3125574),
and Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB3125574).