Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1: Windows
I GET AN ERROR CODE : 8000FFFF WHEN I TRY TO GET WINDOWS
UPDATES FOR VISTA . AUTOMATIC UPDATE FUNCTION DOES NOT WORK. I HAVE WINDOWS VISTA HOME PREMIUM ON MY TOSHIBA
Why struggle like this when you can download and install version COMPLETE with all service packs and current updates. Then just make an Acronis copy of it just in case your system crashes.
Download a copy of Windows whatever your version. Just make sure it already had all the service packs and current updates included. I have found that best results and easiest downloads come with first carefully perusing associated comments on the appropriate entry, then downloading such a file through reputable torrent sites.
Better this than jumping through hoops and running the gauntlet with Microsoft just to get the download to work and if you are lucky to keep your connection running through the hours it takes for the download.
The problem here can come up in an instant again and it becomes a nightmare of days to correct.
I see no ethic problem here if you have already purchased and installed a genuine copy from Microsoft if they continue introducing instabilities in their updates like this.
Posted on May 29, 2015
Hey try to do this now
1: Open up "Control Panel" and navigate your way to "Programs and Features".
2: Click "View installed updates" on the left hand side.
3: Find the update KB929777 and uninstall it.
4: Attempt to install the update again in Windows Update
5: Once successful, restart your PC.
and if it works thats good but if it ddnt let me know plz
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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To resolve Windows Update error 8000FFFF, try the following steps:
1) Launch REGEDIT
2) Go into HKLM\COMPONENTS, and check if these three values exist under the COMPONENTS key:
3) Providing they do exist, back up the Components key, then delete the three above values.
4) Restart the computer, and Windows Update should now be working fine.
Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions
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