Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
I would agree with Solution 1. If you can't get HIS way working, go to Microsoft Online Downloads.
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
I wondered the same until I had loaded all available updates, including optional ones (but I don't know if that last was necessary). Then "voila" SP1 was shown as an available update! You can manually download the SP1 from the update site, but this is a 400+ Mb download. Give it a try. Download and install all available updates (this may take several inspections and installs [each probably requiring a reboot in between] so persevere). Don't think that because you have installed all the (visually) available updates that you have in fact installed ALL the updates, some require a previous update be installed before the next update is identified. This is probably what happens with SP1. Good luck
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
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