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Windows xp servicepack 3 update fals to download to computer.i get error code:ox80070003
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Download and run the LiveUpdate fix tool from Symantec HERE
After you run the fix tool, open Norton 360, click on the "Scans" link at the top of the window, choose "Comprehensive Scan" and then click the "Go" button This will take some time, but will thoroughly inspect your computer for infections
To address your other question regarding the LiveUpdate settings, you can change the configuration to use an HTTP proxy. To do so, please follow these steps.
1. Open the "Symantec LiveUpdate" Control Panel.
2. In the LiveUpdate Configuration window, click on the "HTTP" tab.
3. Click on the radio button that says "I want to customize my HTTP settings for LiveUpdate." Enter the information for your HTTP Proxy server, click the "Apply" button, and then click the "OK" button.
Please let me know if this process resolves the issue you are having with LiveUpdate. Also, if the scan finds any infections, please let me know what is found.
Posted on May 04, 2008
SOURCE: BIOS update
1. Check your PC or motherboard manufacture for BIOS upgrade and upgrade BIOS firmware.
2. Try to start your PC in a safe mode by pressing F8 before windows starts. Then select a safe mode with or without network support.
3. If your computer starts in the safe mode, check if your hard drive is not full or close to full. If it is close to full you need to remove some data from your disk. Try to remove temporary files and clear your Recycle Bin. Restart your computer.
4. You might run low on your memory. If your PC doesn't have enough physical memory, windows is creating virtual memory by using space from your hard drive.
5. If neither solution works, try to run a "CHKDSK C: /R" from recovery console.
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
Does windows always have this problem? I think it can be fixed through a <a href="http://www.pcaholic.com"> computer check up</a>. Might want to have a good look at the website <a href="http://www.pcaholic.com"> http://www.pcaholic.com</a>.
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
SOURCE: Bios update failed *flash*
You are in deep trouble
A problem with refreshing the Bios is that you can corrupt the old one and then the new one does not load leaving you stuck in limbo land
I would contact Acer support and hope that they offer a pre-programmed Bios chip to replace your corrupt one.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
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Min System Requirements for Tom Tom Navigator are as below:-
Windows 2000, XP, Vista, or Windows 7 (newest servicepacks required)
Pentium III or higher
256 MB RAM, 512 recommended
Internet connection (Broadband - DSL/cable/LAN) for downloading updates, maps or services
The TomTom HOME software is a 20MB download requiring 50MB of disk space when installed
For NAVIGATOR 6 devices, the system requirements for Windows are:
Windows XP, 2000, Vista or Windows 7 (newest servicepacks required)
500 MHz processor or better
128 MB RAM
Internet connection (preferably broadband - DSL/Cable/LAN) for downloading updates maps or services
Internet Explorer version 5.0 or higher
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