Re: Windows Update not working in the least

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Installation' started by TheDuck, Jan 16, 2010.

  1. TheDuck

    TheDuck Guest

    It would help if you gave us all the failure indications. Also download and
    run Belarc Advisor and it will list the status of all fixes.

    "lordcomp4623" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    >
    > Hi.
    >
    > I need help with this. I haven't update my computer since I got it
    > which was in 2007. I have the updates on automatic, and the system
    > itself looks for updates every morning at 9:00 AM. For the past weeks
    > everyday I've gone to Windows Updates and clicked "Install Updates" but
    > every time it gives me an error saying "Some updates were not installed"
    > And out of 30 recommended updates and 2 optional, only the two optional
    > ones installed. I went to Microsoft.com and I tried several things.
    >
    > I tried downloading the Service Pack 1 for Windows Vista. I did that
    > and it says that it doesn't work because of an internal error. It then
    > provides a link which sends me to here:
    >
    > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/947366
    >
    > There is a list of things to do. I did number one, which is to download
    > the Service Pack manually and install it. This gave me the same problem
    > and sent me back to the same page. I tried the second option which was
    > to download the System Update Readiness Tool.
    >
    > http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...4b-8d12-4028-9cb0-b2903257f1fd&displaylang=en
    >
    > I followed what it said and all. When I finished installing the System
    > Update Readiness Tool, I ran it and restarted my computer. The
    > installation completed succesfully and then I restarted my computer. I
    > then tried again to install the Service Pack 1 manually. The same error
    > ocurred.
    >
    > The other directions are to take off the firewalls and let the computer
    > open up to the web. Is there ANY other solutions? So i can finally get
    > all the updates I need, all the Service Packs available, and get my
    > computer up to date?
    >
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    TheDuck, Jan 16, 2010
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