Microsoft has released Windows 7 Service Pack 1 a few days back. Service Pack 1 mostly consists of earlier released security update and hotfixes for Windows 7. As it is supposed to work correctly for majority of users. Some users may face some problem as new setting might not work correctly. For those users the only option is to uninstall the service pack 1. The easiest way to do so is via control panel provided win windows operating system.
But what if service pack installation in corrupted and user is not able to uninstall the service pack via control panel. The the only option left is to try uninstalling the service pack via command line utility using the command prompt.
To get there, users need to click on the start orb, then All Programs > Accessories, and right-click on the Command Prompt entry there and select Run as administrator.
Then run the following command :-
wusa.exe /uninstall /kb:976932
A confirmation is required before the service pack is uninstalled by Windows Operating system.