Error updating keys from internet
A temporary fix is to delete all temporary internet files and restart IE.
You may also need to un-mount the newly installed hardware to see if it is responsible for causing the error.
This troubleshooting guide contains detailed instructions on how to resolve the Code 9C59 received during Windows Update.
Uncheck and re-check the Name checkbox to select all Optional Updates and click OK. So, another solution to bypass the error 9C59 during Windows Update, is to delete (or rename) that folder* and restart your computer. In the “Programs and Features” window, click on “View installed updates” on the left pane. From the list of installed programs, locate Internet Explorer and click “Uninstall”. When uninstallation is completed, restart your computer for changes to take effect and revert back to Internet Explorer 9. Reset Windows Updates Components by running the Fix It tool from this link. Make sure that you have installed the following prerequisite updates for Internet Explorer: If this article was useful for you, please consider supporting us by making a donation.
I updated it to the latest version (Adobe Reader X point something-or-other as of the writing of this post). No one seems to agree which version solves the problem because it seems that any version of IE going back to version 6 has experience this issue.
That leads me to believe that the problem is rooted in something fundamental to IE and/or the Windows OS in a way that IE relies upon.