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Windowsupdate 80070216 wont let me download any updates and this error code comes up...anything I can do to fix this.

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How to fix windows update 80070216


Machine is infected with a rootkit or a virus.
Windows errors can occur for a number of reasons, including programs not installing or uninstalling properly, malware, system conflicts, Active X errors, and the most common, registry errors. PC registry errors occur over time due to the constant writing, editing and deleting of information from your computer's registry over time as programs are installed, modified and removed.

Many malware and spyware programs can also cause unwanted changes to your PC registry, which leads to the errors and reduced PC performance you are likely experiencing. In some cases, registry errors can be occurring without you noticing. They are still harmful and should be fixed regularly.

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Found this solution, may apply to you:

Thanks to a gentleman by the name of Igor Franchuk, he has found the
fix to this problem, and it so easy, it makes me mad.

Here is what we sent to me:

" I've encountered the same problem as you did today. When searching
the
Internet for the same error in hope for a ready solution in
some discussion forum I surfed over quite a few responses and none
of them were solutions.

After giving up I came up with a solution of our problem. It seems
like there was actually a mistake in the previous versions of
windows update.

After disassembling wuweb.dll that is responsible for webControl
update ActiveX object that is actually handling web based updates
I discovered the place where reboot required message is generated.
After looking in around the code I found that the condition
the message is generated is the presence or absence of

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate\Auto
Update\RebootRequired

key.

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update and it fails to work further causing [Error number:
0x8DDD0007].

I assume this key was set up in my registry long ago by the when the
old automatic
update (taskbar version) was uploading a new software and failing to
install it.

The solution then is simple remove the key
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate\Auto
Update\RebootRequired

so there would be only

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate\Auto
Update

key without RebootRequired entry.

REGEDIT4
[-HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdate\Auto
Update\RebootRequired]

After I removed the key RebootRequired v5 update started to work
happily, and installed a new version of wuauclt.exe
"

It worked for me wonderfully, and I feel a lot better about sp2. Hope
this helps those in need!

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