For starters, manually set a System Restore point -just to be safe- and then go here to run the Windows Update Fix It for Win 7/Win 8.
Make note of any error messages, if it fails to fix the problem(s)...
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Dell use the Downloadable Skylake .iso as the basis of the factory image which incorporates 192 updates more than Microsoft's official 2011 .iso.
Microsoft have been at fault here. Windows 7 has not been able to update from a clean installation for some time.... In the past I recommended users to use the WSUS Offline Update which resolved the issues:
Recently however Microsoft have been making some moves to address the updating issues releasing a Convenience Rollup which is really another name for Service Pack 2 and monthly security rollups.
Dell's Skylake .iso was released 3 months before this Convenience Rollup/Service Pack.
Installing the following with a restart between each.
Windows 7 SP2 Perquisite Update:
Windows 7 SP2 (April 2016):
Monthly Security Rollup (Install latest Only each Rollup is cumulative):