Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
1)Go to control panel 2)Click Security Settings 3)Then turn on your Automatic updates. If this dont solve ur problem then go for this: 1) remove all the temporary files from pc. By going to Start->Run->%Temp% delete all files. Then remove the software by searching its name in 'regedit' and then resintall it. to go 'regedit': Start->Run->regedit
Posted on Sep 23, 2007
Disable your firewall and than try to run the updates. McAfee is bad for this.
Posted on Oct 05, 2007
You need to make sure your pc is free of viruses and spyware. Update your virus scan and run complete scan. A good free virus scan can be found at www.free.grisoft.com AVG Anti Virus A good spyware removal tool "Adware 2007 www.lavasoft.com After you clean up your pc see if the updates run. Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 17, 2007
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