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Hpsudelpacks.exe stopped working

When my computer downloads automatic updates, they will not download.
A "hpudelpacks.exe has stopped working" will pop up. I cannot find out what it is, where it is and/or how to fix it.

can you help me?

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  • Anonymous Apr 22, 2008

    When attempting to load hp updates - errors out with this msg. Problem started after power glitch on download.

  • angelmomwnic Aug 21, 2008

    im my hp total care advisor says that i need to update something and then it trys and tells me that my hpsudelpacks.exe has stopped working and i need to fix it and dont know how please someone help.. thank you

  • Anonymous Aug 28, 2008

    hpsudelpacks.exe is malware... and so far have not been able to find anyone who can take it off...it won't let me put a new version of norton on the machine...adware can't deal with it...it started degrading the machine when I lost my desktop background....

  • Anonymous Sep 27, 2008

    when I turn on hp total care advisior I get the message about hpsudelpacks.exe has stopped working

  • Anonymous Oct 18, 2008

    When trying to update it gives me a message that windows cannot acces the program hpsudelpacks.exe.

    How can I fix it? please.

  • hope it work Nov 06, 2008

    i havent updated my computer for updates since like almost a year thats probably y it is getting to be slowing down

  • eagee34 Nov 10, 2008

    I do have the same problem and cannot update the critical updates???Please help!

  • Anonymous Nov 13, 2008

    UGHHHHH!!!! I HATE MY COMPUTER

  • Housecoatman Dec 04, 2008

    I keep getting hpsudelpacks.com not working message

    I'm new to this... can you help me.



    New computer, first time with HP



    Thanks

  • Anonymous Mar 07, 2009

    when i try to download updates. I get noice that hpsudelpacks.exe stopped working.

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I had the same problem. When I finally reached HP about this they said that it could be my firewall. You can turn off the firewall then download.

I opted for the second solution, which worked just fine: uninstall, then reinstall the HP update program.
Click START, then CONTROL PANEL, then PROGRAMS AND FEATURES. Select HP Update program from the list, then click uninstall.

When this is finished, then reinstall from Recovery Manager. Go to this website:
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&cc=us&docname=c00834921&dlc=en

It is called “HP and Compaq Desktop PCs - Performing a Software Application or Driver Recover in Windows Vista” if you wish to search it.
Follow the instructions at this site.

You can access Recovery Manager on the menu when you click START.

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When my computer downloads automatic updates, they will not download. A "hpudelpacks.exe has stopped working" will pop up. I cannot find out what it is, where it is and/or how to fix it. can you help me?

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I work for hp tech support to be honest i got a cx who had the same problem and its really a problem with total care advisor to resolve it u need to get onto hp.com and try to install all the critical updates for hp software and active support library update ....to fix it.......................... suyog

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

I work for hp tech support to be honest i got a cx who had the same problem and its really a problem with total care advisor to resolve it u need to get onto hp.com and try to install all the critical updates for hp software and active support library update ....to fix it..........................osel

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I've got a new Compaq with Vista and had this problem out the box ...This is some type of software glitch in the "Total Care Advisor" and on HP's behalf (Vista is known to screw up, so my money is it's the culprit)... it's NOT spyware or adware and if it were Norton and/or McAfee would or will eventually be the industry giants to resolve a way to kill it ... NOT spybot (that's funny).

Posted on May 02, 2008

It's HP's Total Care Advisor software that comes pre-installed on HP machines. It's the update portion of the software and I have the same problem. It's not spyware. It just told me that there were 4 updates available. I chose to install them one at a time. The first two installed then after that I keep getting the error.

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I would run a spyware scanner program to scan the PC for any nasties you may have.
Spybot Search and Destroy is also good and free.
Adaware is good from Lavasoft.

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