This type of problem occurs due to a corrupted Windows update file. It is usually caused by poorly configured system files that cause registry errors in your operating system. Registration errors usually occur when new programs are installed on old programs without completely uninstalling the old programs. This can cause stacks in the register and error messages.
Another possible cause of these error messages can be malicious software such as adware, spyware and viruses. Try scanning and repairing missing or damaged Windows registry files. Once registry problems are resolved, we recommend that you optimize your computer by removing spyware, adware and viruses.